Tag: New England Patriots

Rob Gronkowski: Hall of Fame Worthy?

Rob Gronkowski: Hall of Fame Worthy?

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05/22/2019

​NFL team roster moves are commonplace this time of year with the NFL draft upon us and big trades such as Antonio Brown moving to the Oakland Raiders and Odell Beckham Jr. being traded to the Cleveland Browns. However, the biggest news for the New England Patriots fans came on March 24, 2019 when Rob…

The Future of Flash Gordon

The Future of Flash Gordon

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09/22/2018

From November 17, 2013 to December 8, 2013, Josh Gordon was the greatest receiver in NFL history. He went for 125 yards in Week 11, followed that up with 237 yards in Week 12, somehow outdid himself the next week going for 261 yards, and closed with 151 yards against the Patriots. In true Browns…

Nick Foles, Do It For My Dad

Nick Foles, Do It For My Dad

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02/01/2018

I had this all planned out. It was November 19, 2017. I was working on a Spanish assignment, and the Eagles were playing at their arch-rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, on Sunday Night Football. Philadelphia was atop the NFC East, coming off a bye with a record of 8-1 and a chance to really take control…

My Dynasty Goes to Museums to See Your Dynasty

My Dynasty Goes to Museums to See Your Dynasty

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02/18/2017

Earlier this week, my colleague Graham Piro wrote a piece comparing the relative greatness of two sports franchises – the New York Yankees and New England Patriots. It falls to me, as a Massachusetts native, to correct the record. It may seem like a strange comparison, given that one franchises’ successes belong largely to the…

My team, not my politics

My team, not my politics

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02/14/2017

In 2015, a reporter spotted a “Make America Great Again” hat in Tom Brady’s locker. “He’s a friend,” Brady responded, adding that it’d be “great” if Trump were president because “there’d be a putting green on the White House lawn.” At a campaign event in New Hampshire days before the 2016 election, Donald Trump claimed…

My Dynasty’s Bigger Than Yours

My Dynasty’s Bigger Than Yours

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02/13/2017

The name “Mo Lewis” probably doesn’t mean much to the average sports fan. Indeed, even as a Jets fan, I had to Google his name at his first mention because he is not cemented in Jets lore as an all-star player. Once I Googled his name, though, I quickly realized why he will forever live…

Matt Ryan, Do it for me

Matt Ryan, Do it for me

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02/04/2017

There have been twenty Super Bowls in my life, and I have almost certainly watched all of them. I have no recollection of the first one, Super Bowl XXXI, but there is pictorial evidence of me, as an infant, sitting with my dad watching the Packers and Patriots battle it out. Of course the Patriots…

The Legend of Tom Brady

The Legend of Tom Brady

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09/22/2015

There is one name that divides American culture more than any other. No, I’m not talking about Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.   I’m talking about none other than the immaculate Tom Brady.   Like it or not, Brady is a household name. Even those who have never watched an NFL game, or even wanted…

Deflating the Patriots Cheating Accusations

Deflating the Patriots Cheating Accusations

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09/18/2015

Ever since the mess that was Deflategate surfaced, there have been numerous other accusations thrown at the Patriots about their supposed extensive systems of cheating.  These ranged from Spygate transgressions, which they were admittedly guilty of, to Peyton Manning refusing to use the Patriots assigned locker room out of fear that it was bugged, and…

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