Month: September 2020

Patriots Have A Tough Task Against The Kansas City Chiefs

The Patriots are very entertaining to watch so far. Quarterback Cam Newton has taken a leadership approach in his first year with the team. The two Patriots wins so far this season have been good ones. Also, it’s cool to see how this offense comes together with Newton. The running game was solid in Sunday’s […]

Justin Rennicks: USMNT, Revolution, Soccer In General

Soccer Is Life For Justin Rennicks Justin Rennicks, who hails from South Hamilton, MA, didn’t even play high-school soccer. He went directly into the Revolution Academy U-14 team at age 13 ahead of the U.S. Developmental League’s 2012-2013 season. Rennicks made great strides during his time there. He was soon called up to the U-14 […]

NBA Bubble: Ways It Changed The Playoff Landscape

We are approaching the NBA finals inside the NBA bubble. And the road to the postseason has been an interesting one. This playoff has undoubtedly been the most eventful of all seasons. For multiple reasons: protests, COVID-19, scandals and that’s not even mentioning basketball. As far as on the court, things have been nothing short […]

The Los Angeles Lakers are heading back to the NBA Finals

For the first time since 2010, The L.A. Lakers will be on basketball’s biggest stage. On Saturday night, the Lakers ended the possibility of yet another Denver Nuggets’ comeback. LeBron James dominated down the stretch to lead LA to a 117-107 victory. The King delivers NBA fans have come to expect greatness from James every […]

The Dallas Stars remain alive in The Stanley Cup Finals

The Dallas Stars were able to avoid elimination in game 5 of the Staley Cup Finals with a 3-2 double-overtime win. Thanks to some clutch goal scoring and terrific goaltending, Dallas has a chance to force Tampa Bay to game 7 with a victory Monday. Doing the worm Call him an agitator, call him greasy, […]

From A Pot Of Beans To The Stanley Cup Finals: Jake Oettinger

Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals had plenty of storylines. The return of Stamkos and what he would look like after all this time. Who would take control of the series with a 2-1 lead? Even from a Boston fan perspective with Khudobin and Seguin playing on the Stars we have those stories. Perhaps […]

Kemba’s Halftime Message in Game 5 Helps Celtics Keep Season Alive

Kemba Walker’s tranquil leadership came in handy Friday night, as he was able to calm down and focus a desperate Boston Celtics team in order to help keep their postseason alive. Boston came out with plenty of intensity in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals, urgently seeking to shrink its 3-1 series deficit against […]

Randy Moss says he almost joined the Seahawks for their Super Bowl run

The Seahawks’ Super Bowl-winning 2013 team could have had another Hall of Famer on the roster: Randy Moss. That’s what Moss said on a podcast appearance with Russell Wilson, in which he claimed Seahawks General Manager John Schneider called him during the 2013 season, after receiver Percy Harvin got hurt, and offered him a roster spot.null “The year […]

NFL’s chief medical officer explains why face coverings are “not optional”

The NFL proved it is serious about making head coaches wear face coverings on the sideline. Pete Carroll, Kyle Shanahan, Vic Fangio, Sean Payton and Jon Gruden found that out the hard way. The NFL docked those five coaches $100,000 each and fined each of their teams $250,000. The question many are asking is: Why […]