Belichick’s machine runs like a steel mill in 1930 because of its blue collar nature, workman-like ethos and because of the heat that everything Foxboro produces seems to generate. In such a grim setting, the trade off is one that Patriots fans have long agreed to: championships and winning are more fun than flash, flair and defeat.
By Matthew Cunha, After Super Bowl LII, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was asked about his future in the NFL. He did not shutdown the possibility of retirement at the age of 28. “I’m definitely going to look at my future for sure. I’m going to sit down the next couple of weeks and see […]
By Aaron Jackson, With the offseason now here Patriots fans will likely move on to the next sport, and with the Bruins and Celtics performing the way they are who can blame them? But before you decide which one to move on to, let’s take a look at 5 burning questions I have for New […]
By Matthew Cunha, The dreaded two-week layoff between the league championship games and the Super Bowl is almost over. Here are the top storylines to keep an eye on just days before the big game. The injury status of Rob Gronkowski – Gronk is on the record saying that he will be ready to […]