Chris Price of the Boston Sports Journal joined the show on Friday to discuss the feeling around the New England Patriots after ESPN published reports of a potential rift between Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft.
By Sterling Pingree Everybody has that friend. You know, the one who always thinks they know what’s about to happen next, whether it be in a movie or a TV show, and you know immediately that whatever they say is NEVER going to happen. Why is this? Because they’re the friend that is wrong. It’s […]
With the Bills on the schedule and some chances of snow,
it is almost assured the Bills Mafia will stay in Buffalo.
Suddenly a game that’s traditionally elementary,
could give Buffalo their first playoff game of the century.
Hear the former NFL head coach’s account of the crazy finish to Patriots vs. Steelers.
The Patriots have to stop the “Killer B’s”, Ben, Bell and Brown. (Good luck.)
It would be hard to find a more meaningful and anticipated game in the regular season in the Brady-Belichick era.
By, Mark Paulette, In honor of the 12 Days of Christmas, which technically start tomorrow on the 14th, I present to you, a Belichickian twist to a timeless classic. On the first day of Christmas Belichick gave to me: A G.O.A.T. named Tom Brady On the second day of Christmas Belichick gave to me: […]
After watching the Steelers these last few weeks in prime time games, I can safely say I think I’ve learned a couple of things.
By Mike DeVito Be Emotionally Ready New England never has many issues when it comes to taking things one game at a time, but any other team would have to be worried about a “trap game” tonight in Miami. Both teams are coming off of their most complete game (all three phases) of the season, […]
I last did this in week 6, and the rankings were as follows: Kansas City, Philadelphia, Carolina, Pittsburgh, New England.