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Super Bowl: Yes, We Boston Fans Can Sulk

Super Bowl: Yes, We Boston Fans Can Sulk

Boston has been known, over the past 12 years or so, as Title Town. However, since the 2011 Stanley Cup, Boston teams have floundered when it comes to winning on the big stage. 

The Boston Globe published a story today, on Super Bowl Sunday, about the sulking Boston fan base -- a fan base who has been accustomed to winning, but is now relegated to think about our pre-2001 days when we all found comfort in our losing ways and used those feelings to fuel the passion we have for our teams.

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Sorry, But Tom Brady's Hair Cut Isn't News

A look at how Tom Brady s hair has changed over the years  Boston com

The Patriots stand at 2-1, tied in a jammed up AFC East that has the Buffalo Bills, yes, those Bills, at the top of the division. The Pats face a tough Oakland team this week on the road. The defense isn't playing as it should be. Brady, normally stellar, looked more like Steve Grogan than he did Brady last week.

So, you figure that the sports media would have a lot to write about (not to mention that the Red Sox are one loss away from a monumental collapse), right?

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Pats Buffalo Loss Square on Brady's Shoulders

Pats lose today to the Bills. I put it squarely on the shoulders of Tom Brady. He forced throws. Threw four Interceptions. And, forced the ball on a couple of critical plays in the fourth quarter. Two honorable mentions for blame go to Ochocinco for dropping a sure touchdown when it was critical to score and to Devin McCourty for getting burned on a handful of quick fly patterns and playing poor man to man coverage.
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Do the New England Patriots Need Randy Moss…Again?

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So Tom Brady was doing his weekly radio show and was talking about a number of things, one of them being Randy Moss.

According to a report, Moss might not be done with the NFL. In fact, the rumor is that he's headed to the Patriots after the first game of the season (when he'll be eligible to be reinstated after retiring.

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Pats Get Chewed by Lions; I'm Not Concerned

Detroit 34 New England 10 Lions stifle Tom Brady Patriots | Detroit Free Press | freep com

I know we here in New England are concerned about Irene, but in Detroit last night, a tropical storm hit the New England Patriots and did some damage. Well, not literal damage, but you have to admit, the starters looked like crap.

Yea, it's preseason. These games don't hold much weight, but the offensive line looked pretty bad against the young and energetic front D-Line of the Lions.

Let's hope it was just a offensive brain fart.

Patriots put forth a sorry exhibition - The Boston Globe

Bill Belichick's Patriots look loaded ... again - Dan Shaughnessy - SI.com

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Nice to see Danny boy talking some niceties about the home town team instead of trashing them like he does every other. He's dead on about the Coach B. stacking up on defense. I think he -- and all of New England -- got tired of watching the league score time and time again against the Patriots. Tired of teams running the ball on us. Tired of watching other teams talking the game to us.

This year is poised to be different. I'd be nice if we could replicate 2007 this year, but win the big game at the end.

Bill Belichick's Patriots look loaded ... again - Dan Shaughnessy

@Ochocinco Playing His Role on Patriots

I wasn't a fan of Ochocinco when he was with Cincy, but now that he's on the Pats, I love the talent he brings to this already talented team. It's nice to see him playing his part so far and leaving the antics in Cincy.

He scored last night, ran by the ref and dropped the ball on the ground. Tom Brady ran over to him, congratulated him and you could see that the two were talking about the play.

The Pats are all business and Ochocinco seems to be ready for work.

The Red Sox Support the Bruins Quest for the Cup

Over the past 10 years, Boston sports teams have dominated in terms of championships. The Patriots have won three Superbowls. The Red Sox have won two World Series. The Celtics brought the franchise back to life with a championship season in 2008.

Now it's the Bruins turn as they go for the Stanley Cup. And while there are thousands upon thousands of supporters for the Bruins, there is one group getting behind the team: The Red Sox.

Article first published as Red Sox Support the Bruins Quest for the Stanley Cup on Technorati.