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Sunday Not a Must-Win Game for Patriots

It’s that time of the year again. The time where the Patriots are mired in a slump of sorts, albeit a malady which still has them at 10-2 and in possession of a first-round bye. The time where pundits believe that this time is different, that this time, the Patriots truly are, once and for all, finished. The thing

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    Are These Tom Brady’s Final Days With the Patriots?

    Down at ground level, where you can only see what’s directly in front of you, the concern for the New England Patriots this week is getting from 10-2 to 11-2 against Kansas City. It’s about bottling up Patrick Mahomes. It’s about putting the paddles to the chest of their offense hoping to get a heartbeat. It’s about getting a

  • soccer Dec 3

    Rapinoe, Messi Win Ballon d’Or Awards

    After becoming the first six-time winner of the Ballon d’Or, Lionel Messi said he’s far from finished. “I hope to continue for a long time,” Messi said on Monday in Paris from behind a row of the trophies which honor the world’s best soccer player. “I realize that I am very lucky, even if, one day, retirement will come.

  • New England Dec 2

    Texans Take Down Pats in Costly Loss

    Two of the most iconic wins in franchise history for the Patriots, Super Bowls XXXVIII and LI, have come in Houston, Texas. Sunday night was not like one of those nights. For just the second time in 12 meetings between the teams all-time, the Texans got the best of the Patriots, boosting themselves in the AFC hierarchy while demoting New

  • Dec 1

    Charges Filed in Stabbing of Ex-Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor

    A woman was charged with attempted homicide in a Pittsburgh stabbing that critically injured former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who is also facing a charge, police said. Pryor was taken to the hospital just after 4:30 a.m. Saturday following a dispute with “mutual combatants” in an apartment on the city’s North Side, police said. Allegheny County prosecutors and police

  • Nov 30

    NY Team Helping Immigrant Runners Realize American Dream

    Girma Bekele Gebre crashed the elite field and finished third in the largest 26.2-mile race in the world.

  • Nov 29

    Cardinals’ Josh Shaw Suspended For Betting on NFL Games

    Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw has been suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games on multiple occasions this season, the first time in more than 35 years a player has been banned for gambling. The league announced the suspension on Friday. Shaw was banned for at least the rest of this season and the entire 2020 season. He can petition

  • Nov 27

    NASCAR Punishes 4 Teams for Tampering With Season Finale

    NASCAR has fined three car owners $50,000 each and penalized their teams for manipulating the season-ending Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway in an alleged scheme to collect a higher bonus payout. Jay Robinson (Premium Motorsports), Rick Ware (Rick Ware Racing) and TJ Puchyr (Spire Motorsports) were fined. Each team penalized had cars fall out of the race, apparently to

  • Nov 27

    Tacko Fall to Miss Time With Bone Bruise on Right Knee

    The Celtics and Red Claws got some bad news Wednesday as Tacko Fall will miss some time due to a right knee injury.

  • Nov 27

    Patriots-Texans Injury Report: Illness Forces Eight New England Players to Miss Practice

    An illness appears to be going around the New England Patriots locker room.

  • Nov 27

    Arena Football League Shuts Down, Files for Bankruptcy After 3 Decades

    After more than three decades, the Arena Football League (AFL) is no more. The AFL announced Wednesday it filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and is fully ceasing operations.

  • Nov 27

    What Should the Patriots Be Thankful For? The AFC East

    Searching for something to be thankful for this holiday season? Look no further than the fact that the Patriots call the AFC East home. Since 2001, New England is 90-24 against the Bills, Dolphins, Jets and (for two games prior to realignment), Colts. That’s a .789 winning percentage.

  • Nov 27

    Stephen F. Austin Stuns No. 1 Duke With OT Win

    With a breakaway layup at the overtime buzzer, Stephen F. Austin pulled off a shocker for the ages and did what no team outside the ACC had done in almost 20 years — topple mighty Duke at home.

  • Nov 26

    Top Racers Practice Ahead of World Cup Ski Competition in Vt.

    Ahead of this weekend’s Audi FIS Women’s Ski World Cup races at Vermont’s Killington Resort, top athletes had a chance Tuesday to practice on the race course. “It’s a pretty nice, interesting course — quite short, so it needs to be full gas from the start to the finish line,” observed Ana Bucik, a Slovenian ski racer.

  • Nov 25

    Sen. Bernie Sanders Decries Proposed Elimination of Minor League Baseball Teams

    At a meeting this week in Dallas, Texas, as well as in other negotiations down the road, Major League Baseball is expected to discuss the future of several dozen feeder teams that could be cut under a new proposal. According to published reports, New York Penn League teams including the Lowell Spinners, Vermont Lake Monsters and Connecticut Tigers are on

  • Nov 24

    Patriots Squeak Past Cowboys for 10th Win

    Have you ever seen the rain…impact the Patriots offense like this? Between the frigid monsoon falling over Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon and the absences of receivers Phillip Dorsett and Mohamed Sanu, New England struggled in every phase of the attack against the visiting Dallas Cowboys. Fortunately for the Patriots, the visitors from the heart of Texas were ill-equipped for

  • Nov 24

    NFL and Kaepernick Still at Odds Over Workout Opportunity

    A week after Colin Kaepernick’s NFL workout fell apart, disagreements and distrust about it remain on issues such as its timing, who was invited and who could film the quarterback. In conversations with The Associated Press, representatives from both sides blamed each other for what went wrong on Nov. 16. Kaepernick’s side said the NFL orchestrated a workout as a

  • Nov 24

    NFL’s Top Offense, Defense Clash as Patriots Host Cowboys

    Since he entered the league in 2000 Tom Brady has taken out his childhood frustrations on them every chance he’s gotten, beating the Cowboys in each of his four meetings against them as the Patriots’ starting quarterback. Dallas is hoping the team it’s bringing to New England on Sunday can change some of that recent history. Thanks largely to the

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