5 July 2009

This is still the best logo of all time in any sport. Pat Patriot. A true symbol of a football team. Though he was retired as the face of the Patriots, he lives on in vintage apparel and souvenirs.

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8 June 2009

I had a couple articles featured on Fox Sports. I had another article that got over 5000 hits. I even had a video I made featured on the front page of Cold Hard Football Facts. Blogging on the Patriots has been pretty rewarding for a hobby, even though I've made a grand total of $23.67 after a year and a half of Google Adsensing.

Continue reading "Oversaturation of the Sports Blogosphere"

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30 December 2008


           This past Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys traveled to Lincoln Financial Field to play the Philadelphia Eagles in what was a win and you’re in the playoffs game.  This game had a lot of build-up prior kick-off.  The Eagles found out, about 15 minutes before the game started, that the stars had aligned for them; the Bears and Buccaneers had both lost.  This game had everything football fans wanted.  It was the ‘Boys against the Birds, with their playoff destinies on the line. 

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22 November 2008


           Each week, on Friday, I will look into my (never wrong, just misinformed) crystal ball and give my predictions for that weekend games.  I will always prognosticate on the Eagles and Cowboys games and then pick two more games of interest (to me, that is, not necessarily to you).  Keep in mind, that this is for entertainment purposes only, and that I do not endorse any sort of legal or illegal gambling.  That being said…let’s see what’s in my crystal ball!  

Continue reading "Predictions Week 12"

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8 October 2008

With the Pentant races going on and the almighty NFL still keeping everyone including me at the edge of their seats, not only on Sunday but even throughout the week. Even NCAA football fans are direct

Continue reading "The Association"

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Last night, we lost another star to the pre-season. Antawn Jamison went down with a knee injury after playing only 4 mins. Which begs the question why do we need a pre-season anyway. Now the Washin

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7 October 2008

       Sean Salisbury offers his fantasy football preview for week 6 of the NFL. Check this out every week at my blog.

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6 October 2008


           Yesterday, the Eagles lost another heartbreaker to a division foe, the Washington Redskins, 23-17.  The Eagles stand at 2-3 and in 4th (last) place in their division.  They have now lost two division (3 conference) games…and that does not bode well for play-off considerations.  Though it’s still early in the season…the sky may be falling! 

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3 October 2008

The Crying Game pt. 2

Hello NFL fans,

    Here we are again with the on going drama that is the Valley of the Departed, or as you know them, the Dallas Cowboy fan base. You see after the critically acclaimed article The TO Story, there was only one thing I could do, make a crappy sequel! This sequel would not have been if not for the despicable actions of the Dallas Cowgirls and their equally brain dead fan base.

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1 October 2008

Wednesday Blast

Hello NFL Fans,

Once again it is time to blast your problems away on hump day. For those of you that do not know how this works, here it is. You let me know what is bothering you, football wise, since I am not a therapist. I post it on my weekly article and hopefully help relieve the stress in your life. I have received even more feedback since the last two Blasts. You guys are giving me great ammo to continue putting your opinions out there.

Continue reading "The Blast resumes"

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26 September 2008

It seems as if losing is not the only problem the rams have right now.  The benching of Marc Bulger has caused quite a stir amongst the team.  Steven Jackson was quoted as saying that it was

Continue reading "Unhappy Campers"

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8 August 2008

According to ESPN reporter Buster Olney, San Diego Padres outfielder Brian Giles has used his veto rights to block a waivers claim from the Boston Red Sox on Friday.

Giles, who was claimed o

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1 April 2008

Everybody knows Paul Pierce can score.  His reputation in the NBA is that of a tenacious scorer, capable of tormenting defenders and taking over offensively for stretches, using his combination of size and grace to muscle or slash his way into the lane or to the rim or to create space for his silky smooth mid-range jumper.  Unfortunately for Pierce, this is all he's been known as, and for several years he has been seen as only a ball-hogging chucker who couldn't defend anyone, more focused on padding his stats on an irrelevant team than winning games.  While this characterization seems fitting enough given the performances of him and his team for the past few seasons, this season Pierce has shown to the world what dedicated Celtics fans have known for years, that Pierce is a well rounded and versatile player on both ends of the floor, both willing and able to do whatever it takes to get his team a win.

Continue reading "The Complete Truth"

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15 March 2008

As a Patriots fan I look at the present day NFL football Jets like an annoying younger brother who tries all kind of tricks and schemes but ultimately, if it comes down to crunch time andf I really have to kick his ass, like in a playoff game, he really doesn't stand a chance. Why? Chad Pennington is not the quarterback who's going to beat Brady. Kellen Clements got some time this year and showed he's probably not the guy either.

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20 February 2008

I came across this site in my travels around the internets looking for all things Patriots. This guy compiles numerous mock drafts into a database and shows who everyone has the Patriots picking. This will be a useful tool with the combine starting up the end of this week.

Continue reading "Great Mock Draft Site for Pats Fans"

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10 February 2008

I call myself the Sports Sage so that should give you a clue as to just how dumb I really am when it comes to actual sports knowledge. I watch sports because they are exciting, inspirational and free on TV. They happen in real time and have predictable commercials. Often we get to ooh and Ahhh at things that we will almost never be able to do while watching grown up people like us at play. Its a lot more fun than watching regular people like us work.

Continue reading "Welcome to My Sportsworld!"

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8 February 2008

Leave it to Curt Schilling to make us forget all about a little debacle called Super Bowl XLII.
The Boston Red Sox righthander apparently has suffered an undisclosed right shoulder injury, sending the Hub's frantic media hoard into overdrive. Speculation is that Schilling will be out at least until the All-Star break and some outlets have gone as far as to say that the 41-year-old could miss the entire season.

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14 January 2008

Philip Rivers somehow managed to injure his right knee without being touched after throwing a touchdown screen pass to Darren Sproules last weekend against the Colts. He was escorted to the locker room with a huge stupid grin on his face, proclaiming to the Colts fans that he would be back. He didn't return to the game, leaving his backup Billy Volek to bring the Chargers back to win a huge game. After the game Rivers said he could've re-entered the game. So my question is, why didn't he?

Continue reading "If Philip Rivers Could've Played Why Didn't He?"

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There are probably many New England Patriot fans out there that were happy to see the Colts go down in flames this past weekend. I was not one of them. I'm actually rather upset that Indy laid such a stink bomb against the depleted San Diego Chargers. If you want to be the best you've got to beat the best. Nothing against the Chargers, they absolutely deserved to win the game despite missing most of their offensive stars, but the Colts-Pats rematch was the game the entire sporting world wanted.

Continue reading "Chargers Upset Colts... WTF!?"

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