This is not something that will be considered by Judge Richard Berman in Tom Brady’s Appeal of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s arbitration decision but it illustrates a key reason why Goodell was conflicted out of hearing the appeal but also why he should never have undertaken an investigation in January after the AFC Championship Game. […]

(Brookline, MA, 0/14/15) New England quarterback Tom Brady holds his hands with all four of his Super Bowl rings during a ceremony on Sunday, June 14, 2015. Photo courtesy of the New England Patriots

Patriots In The Way Of Goodell Turning NFL Into WWE

Hope or hate. Those are the only two reasons why anyone watches professional football. Sure, there are the perverts (like me) who watch for the grace of the athletes, the speed, the power and the sheer size combined into explosive packages that collide once every forty seconds – but the casual fan, the ones who […]

U.S. District Court Judge David S. Doty, who brokered the NFL's collective bargaining agreement with the players union in January of 1993, sits in his chambers July 7, 2005, in Minneapolis with a football signed by all the lawyers involved. (Photo by Beth Schlanker)


The deeper this Deflate Gate thing goes between NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell and Tom Brady, the greater the likelihood that Goodell is going to come out of this disagreement looking like a fool. The judge who was involved in the Adrian Peterson suspension hearings came out yesterday, saying Roger Goodell does not understand the collective […]


Patriots In For Heavy Dose Of Stewart, Tolbert And Newton Vs. Panthers

The last time Patriots’ fans saw their team play the Carolina Panthers Aqib Talib and Steve Smith started a brawl, Panthers’ linebacker Luke Kuelchy mugged Rob Gronkowski in the end zone on the same play that Tom Brady threw a game-ending interception. The end of that 2013 week 10 game wasn’t even close to the […]


Can Joint Practices Continue To Work?

This past week, plenty of teams practiced together. Of those teams, several got into fights. Dez Bryant got his earrings knocked out. Tempers flared at the Texans and Redskins practice. Tim Tebow broke up a fight at the Eagles and Ravens practice. What gives? Now, I get that these are grown men competing for potentially […]

Bill Belichick

Building Greatness

In an almost Wile E Coyote Super Genius manner I watch in awe as Bill Belichick puts the pieces in place in hopes of building yet another championship team. Those outside of New England wring their hands, cry, whine and wail at the loss of a player on their team. We as Pats fans do […]


Postgame Observations: Patriots vs. Saints

The first team offense did not look like the offense that just won the Super Bowl 7 months ago. Tom Brady did start the game, but with Gronk, Edelman, LaFell, Stork, and Ryan Wendell out, the offense was missing half of their projected starters, so it is not a big worry. But, the Saints were […]


A Closer Look at the Patriots 2015 Opponents

There is no denying the Super Bowl 49 champs have a huge target on their back heading into the 2015-2016 season. They are in the midst of another BS cheating scandal that has put them in the national headlines for over 8 months and because they won it all last season it feels like the […]


What’s the problem Mr. Goodell? Concede something…anything

With the season closing in, and still no decision from Judge Berman regarding Tom Brady’s suspension, it would seem Tom Brady has made the first move. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport and Albert Breer report, per sources involved in the proceedings, that Brady is willing to negotiate some form of admittance to a lack of cooperation […]


Being a Female Patriots Fan

It can be challenging being a girl and being a football fanatic. People always underestimate your passion and knowledge. They assume you like the players for their looks or you just like the team colors, although being easy on the eyes certainly does not hurt. No one actually believes you know the names of the […]

Buffalo Bills v New England Patriots

We’re Onto 2015

Last year we were onto Cincinnati. Then we were onto the playoffs. Next we were onto the Super Bowl, and before you knew what happened we were onto a parade. The 2014 season was an unbelievable ride that ended in absolute jubilation when Malcolm Butler ended the hopes and dreams of bandwagon Seahawk fans across […]

LeGarrette Blount Gillette Stadium

Predicting the @Patriots’ Week 1 Starting Lineup by @wcandella

There are many questions surrounding each position as to who will start at each position when the season begins against the Steelers week one. Here’s who I believe will start for the Pats on opening night. Quarterback: As we have all come to know, the overblown Deflategate is the one thing that is keeping us […]

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 21:  Tight end Rob Gronkowski #87 of the New England Patriots is tackled by inside linebacker David Harris #52 of the New York Jets during a game at MetLife Stadium on December 21, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Jets Fans Asked For It Part II

I wrote an article last week,, and in it was a laundry list of things that should have kept Jets fans embarrassed for years to come. I blew them up about Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez, the flip-flopper Darelle Revis, and the newest cast member of The Fast And The Furious, Sheldon Richardson. I mean […]