While the Yankees were busy trading a couple of Oldsmobile hubcaps and Ron Guidry’s mustache scissor for Giancarlo Stanton, the Sox brass were content to, I don’t know what. Figure out a way to reboot “Sox Appeal”?
New England will not, absolutely positively (wild about mud) not trade their first rounders (or anything else) for….
The Voice of the New England Patriots, Bob Socci, joined the show on Wednesday less than 24 hours after the Pats sent Brandin Cooks and a 4th-round pick west to the L.A. Rams in return for a 1st and 6th-round pick.
Patriots’ insider, Paul Perillo, of Patriots Football Weekly joined the show on Monday to offer his thoughts on the current state of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s working relationship.
The Patriots most impactful signing, didn’t have a catch in 2017 or return a punt. In fact, the last punt he tried to return, I’m pretty sure was fumbled.
Would you rather pay 2-years and $12 million for Amendola, who will turn 33 in November, or Clayborn who is coming off of a 9.5 sack season and turns 30 in July?
Chris Price of the Boston Sports Journal joined the show on Wednesday to discuss the free agent exodus taking place in Foxborough and where the Patriots go next this off season.
I’ll admit, this pick is more out of spite and sticking it to the Bills. Because if Kyle Williams left Buffalo for New England, the Bills wouldn’t know whether to shut down New Era stadium or induct him into the ring of honor next season.
He’s done well for himself financially outside of football, owning 30 Dunkin Donuts franchises.
(That has to be the first time anybody has used a figure skating analogy to make a point about James Harrison. There’s no way those two topics have ever co-mingled.)