Monthly Archives: February 2013

Combine Notes Part 1: New Names on the O-Line Radar

Quick Thoughts: I was really adamant last season that the Pats needed to find interior line help in the draft. It didn’t happen. Neither did Robert Gallery or Brian Waters. Things were rough at times but Brady seems to have … Continue reading

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Off Season Complain-A-Thon Part 5: Steven Tyler & Bon Jovi GTFO

Please no more… Steven Tyler & Bon Jovi in the owners box Oh my god. I get it. Steven Tyler is from Massachusetts. Belichick likes Bon Jovi. Patriots fans are clubbed over the head with these facts one broadcast after … Continue reading

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2013 Off Season Complain-a-thon Part 4: Moving On From Jermaine Cunningham

Please no more… Jermaine Cunningham I’m not bent on bashing 3rd year DE/OLB Jermaine Cunningham. I’m a fan of his, and I’ve always seen his potential. But realistically speaking, Cunningham remains the lone bumout pick from an almost flawlessly executed … Continue reading

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2013 Off Season Complain-A-Thon Part 3: Brandon Lloyd’s Stunt Dives

Please no more… Brandon Lloyd Stunt Dives Brandon Lloyd, last year’s big signing, finished the season with 911 yards and 4 TDs. I can’t say I hated the guy, and he certainly wasn’t unproductive. He was the 2nd leading receiver … Continue reading

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2013 Off-Season Complain-A-Thon Part 2: Josh Boyer

Please no more… Josh Boyer There are a lot of things that we, the fans, will just never know about when it comes to the process of the Patriots coaching staff. But when one part of the team stands out … Continue reading

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Complain-A-Thon Part 1: Get Rid of Steve Gregory

So the dream is dead. For any Pats fan worth his red blue and silver the 2013 season began the minute the AFCCG ended. I certainly started writing this piece about an hour after the game ended. Free agency and … Continue reading

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