By Mark Paulette Even before Gordon Hayward’s shocking and sickening fractured ankle suffered just five minutes, 15 seconds into the NBA season, the fate of the Celtics was written. It was written before either team took the court Tuesday night in Cleveland. How exactly does this relate to Tom Brady? And why on earth is […]
Check out audio from The Drive as former New York Jets and Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan reunited with his former pupil Mike DeVito to talk about the Patriots/Jets rivalry.
Every week, games you think will be lopsided are close, and teams you think will be dominant are not.
By Mike DeVito A battle for 1st place in the AFC East…I’m sure most of us didn’t think that’s what we’d be saying about this week 6, Pats-Jets match up. With the Jets season going better than anticipated (a lot better) and the Pats season not going as planned, we are presented with a battle […]
Dating back to the start of the Red Sox as we know it in 1901, the Red Sox have had 46 managers. What that means is that the Red Sox change managers roughly every 2.5 years. By that way of thinking, Farrell actually doubled the average tenure with his seemingly short 5 year tenure.
By Matthew Cunha The Celtics and Cavs will tip off the NBA season on Tuesday, for what looks to be a fascinating season. Many big players were on the move this off season, leaving many unanswered questions heading into the season. For the Celtics, it is yet to be seen who the starters will be […]
By Mark Paulette What an absolutely strange year for the 2017 Boston Red Sox. A season which opened with such promise and intrigue, devolved into a lost hope despite the team never falling below second place for the final three months of the year. While I don’t want to diminish the accomplishments of this year’s […]
By Aaron Jackson With the Boston Celtics looking like a true title contender, the Red Sox winning the AL East, and the Patriots an enigma, one New England team hasn’t gotten much love recently; the New England Revolution! Just kidding. I’m talking of course about the Boston Bruins. I have been a vocal critic […]
By Matthew Cunha The Red Sox are in the playoffs, the Patriots are in the middle of their season, and the Bruins are back. It is a good time to be a sports fan. With all the attention on the Patriots defense and the Sox playoff hopes, I thought I’d better be the one to […]
By Sterling Pingree The Major League Baseball playoffs truly begin today when Justin Verlander toes the rubber and throws the first pitch to the Red Sox lead off hitter. I’d love to say who that batter will be, but Farrell has juggled the line up so much, there’s a chance anybody not named Hanley Ramirez […]