14 November 2011

1. The Tom Brady we know and opponents fear is back, for one game at least. After a slow start, Brady regained his form and orchestrated a masterpiece in the second half as he threw for 329 yards and three touchdowns. Switching to a no-huddle attack really sparked the offense in the second half as two scoring drives came from the change of pace. The second drive included Brady connecting on 7-of-7 passes.

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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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4 July 2009

Hedo Turkoglu is now a Toronto Raptor.  Suddenly, Toronto looks like a playoff team again.  With a core of Chris Bosh, Andrea Bargnani, Jose Calderon, Demar DeRozan, and Hedo Turkoglu, they

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13 May 2009

Welcome hunting fans! Please join the site if you love to hunt. I've set this site up so that hunters can interact with each other, share hunting tips and strategy, and find great places to hunt. Join

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10 February 2009

For the past couple seasons I didn’t have a chance to get much of a jump on the prospects with Patriots potential prior to the scouting combine, since the Pats made a habit out of playing into mid-January. Unfortunately this season I’ve had plenty of time.

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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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12 December 2008


           Each week I will answer questions submitted by my loyal readers.  I personally read every single email I receive.  I will pick out the best five or so to use for the weekly post, as I won’t be able to answer all of them.  I will also answer one or two questions on my daily posts as well.  Now it’s time to open the mail!  

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24 November 2008

     No one is saying it. The networks and big newspapers love to ignore the WAC, Mountain West, and others as if they were a conservative Republican with no charisma. In my area, for example, the Utah-BYU game was not even on television. A game between two top 20 teams was unavailable. A game that would determine one of the schools in the BCS this season was a no-show.

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17 November 2008


I love Alabama Crimson Tide Football. I love everything about the program, the proud heritage and the lifestyle. The stone fisted blows struck by Paul “Bear” Bryant still echo through every acre of Tuscaloosa to this day. You would be hard pressed to find a school, a town, or a culture that loves their team more than the University of Alabama. 

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28 October 2008

OK, I get it. Everyone in America hates the Patriots.

To a certain extent, I understand it. They have a recent history of domination, they were found guilty of a rather offensive crime, their coach isn't particularly pleasant, and the players offer little in the way of entertaining soundbites. The hatred has grown to the point that fans all around the country celebrated when Tom Brady went down with injury, noting - whether out loud or to themselves - that it was about time something bad happened to the Pats.

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20 September 2008

Okay, so-- being a Titans fan the last 3 weeks has been an emotional roller coaster. We started the season with a lot of speculation about Vince Young's throwing ability and it didn't look that good in game one. There were a couple of dropped catchable balls, so he looked off and very confused out there. It was like watching a kid that's had too much sugar and gets let loose in Chuck-E-Cheese; he doesn't know where to start first, and he sure does make a scene trying to figure it out. I still consider this to be part of a starting quarterback's growing pains in the NFL. I mean the guy is under so much pressure to perform to everyone's expectations, that it's almost impossible for him to make ANYONE happy. The problem with the average NFL fan is that after one good showing of their hometown QB, they immediately develop unreasonable expectations for the next game. 

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24 April 2008

Over the past couple days there's been a new name added to the list of potential Pats at #7 overall and that name is Jerod Mayo. Here's what Don Banks had to say today:“A guy that I have in

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18 March 2008

Why won't any Major League team sign Barry Bonds?
Could it be the federal indictment on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice hanging over his head? The balky knees? The fact that he needs multiple days off and can seldom play back-to-back days just to stay healthy? The bloated entourage? The gloomy clubhouse presence and white-hot media lights he brings? The fact that he's 43 years old?

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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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9 January 2008

One of my favorite parts of watching football is cooking for the game and inviting friends over for free food and a chance to make fun of me and my obsession. My most valuable device for New England Patriots games is my crock pot. Below is my favorite recipe to make, it's easy and scrumptious. 

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