• Tompa Bay Tuesday: Brady, Bucs get first win of the year but it wasn’t pretty
  • Patriots: Nuggets from Bill Belichick’s weekly OMF interview on WEEI
  • UMass: UMass announces their intentions to play football this fall
  • Patriots Rewind: Patriots fall 35-30 in another instant classic with the Seahawks
  • Boston College: Wrapping up the Duke win and moving on to Texas State

Boston College: Eagles thrilled to finally be preparing for an actual game

Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 The Boston College football team is going to play an actual football game on Saturday. It seemed as if this would never happen. After months of uncertainty, the Eagles finally see a light at the end of the tunnel, and that light is a date with Duke down in North Carolina Saturday at noon. Tuesday and Wednesday…


Tampa Tuesday’s: Brady’s Bucs buried in the Superdome

Photo by Butch Dill/AP By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 If you still miss Tom Brady, you’ve come to the right place. Throughout this season we’ll be keeping tabs on what Brady and the Bucs are doing every “TB12 Tampa Tuesday” and if you’ve got a better name please send it our way, it definitely needs work. For those that say ‘he’s not here anymore move on’, he was the greatest athlete…


Patriots: Breaking down Bill Belichick’s weekly OMF interview on WEEI

By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 Last week we decided that Bill Belichick’s weekly “Patriots Monday” interview with Ordway, Merloni and Fauria would be a topic of discussion for us all season long. Glenn Ordway has been perfecting the interview game for decades now. Meanwhile, as a former player, Christian Fauria sometimes has the ability to get some more thoughtfulness out of Bill compared to most media members. It’s clear that Bill…


Tompa Bay: Brady and the Buccaneers prove that they have a long way to go

Butch Dill/AP The new look Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the New Orleans Saints 34-23 in Tom Brady’s debut as the team’s starting quarterback. Tampa got off to a good start scoring on the opening drive on a Brady sneak but it was all New Orleans after that. Brady completed 23 of 36 passes for 239 yards, 2 touchdown passes and 2 interceptions including a costly pick six in the…


Patriots: Cam Newton Era begins with a win and a statement drive

AP Photo/Steven Senne By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 We didn’t know what to expect, and it wasn’t pretty, but the results were still the same in the end. The Cam Newton Era in New England opened with a 21-11 win at a silent Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon. It was certainly a changing of the times, as the running game was the story. Newton carried the ball 15 times himself for…


Patriots Preview: Miami Dolphins (0-0) at New England Patriots (0-0)

Line: Patriots -7 Key players for Miami: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, WR Devonte Parker, RB Jordan Howard, TE Mike Gesicki, LB’s Kyle Van Noy, Elandon Roberts, DE Christian Wilkins Opening kickoff: Old friend Brian Flores and his revamped Miami Dolphins visit Gillette Stadium to kick off the 2020 season. Miami beat the Patriots at Gillette to end last season and it cost them a first round bye. A lot has changed…


Patriots: Cam Newton has a chance to rewrite the story of his career in New England

When the Patriots signed Cam Newton in July, many of us wondered how it would work in New England? The flamboyant Newton and the stoic Bill Belichick wasn’t exactly a match made in heaven. Fast forward to today and the two parties couldn’t be happier that they have joined forces. At least that is what they tell us. For Newton; a former league MVP, this is an opportunity to turn…


Tompa Bay: For Brady and the Bucs, the time is now

Mike Ehrmann/Getty Pictures After 20 years in New England, Tom Brady left the Patriots for a new challenge and more skilled teammates. He found the perfect landing spot in Tampa Bay. In the Buccaneers, Brady not only found a team with the skill group that he was looking for, he found a team coached by an offensive head coach. A coach who at 67 years old, desperately wants to win…


High School: BB&N Linebacker Tyler Martin commits to Michigan

100% COMMITTED pic.twitter.com/HLyADBCBmO — Tyler Martin (@tylermartin5bbn) September 11, 2020 Jim Harbaugh and Don Brown struck again this time securing a commitment from four star linebacker Tyler Martin of Buckingham Browne & Nichols. Martin announced his decision earlier this afternoon in a video. He had offers from several Power 5 programs including Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Penn State, Arkansas, Vanderbilt and Virginia among others. Martin is one of the top inside…