Month: October 2020

Chris Wagner went golfing with Spittin’ Chiclets

The most popular hockey podcast in the world occasionally leaves the ice for the links. Former NHL defenseman Ryan Whitney spends his days co-hosting Barstool Sports’ Spittin’ Chiclets in between rounds of golf. Whitney sometimes ends episodes talking about his most recent play in tournaments. The show has also found creative ways to produce content […]

Should He Stay Or Should He Go: Zdeno Chara

A question that has Bruins fans split, should the team bring back their 43-year-old captain? The Bruins already watched Krug walk, a key part of their defense. Can they afford to add a 6’9” hole to an already weakened defense? The recent extension for Grzelcyk confirms he will slot into Krug’s role. The question now […]

The Best Potential Red Sox Offseason Acquisitions

Following the trade of superstar outfielder Mookie Betts and a painful 2020 season, the Red Sox are in need of an impressive offseason to revive their competitiveness. Managerial Search Another big story of the Red Sox offseason is their managerial search. For this, I think there is one obvious answer to who should fill this […]

One Win, A Tie To Clinch: Music City Welcomes Revs to Nissan Stadium

One, Win, A Tie As of now, the Revolution currently sits in fifth place with 28 points. Nearing the end of the season, Atlanta United currently keeps them in check for a place in the ten playoff positions. A win and a tie are what New England will currently need to get rid of any […]

Jimmy Garoppolo Makes His Return To Foxborough

Jimmy Garoppolo makes his return to Foxborough as a San Francisco 49er. Garoppolo was drafted by Bill Belichick in the 2014 NFL Draft. He was supposed to take over after Brady but didn’t. Instead, he was traded for a second-round pick in 2017, and the Patriots would win a Super Bowl in 2018. Jimmy Garoppolo […]

Michael Onwenu: The Patriots Outstanding Rookie Standout

Observing the Patriots 2020 Rookie Class, I think it’s right to describe them as a mixed bag. If you had told me the Patriots’ most productive rookie would be sixth-round Michigan O-Lineman Michael Onwenu, I’d have called you crazy. I, for one, did not think Onwenu would end up as a starter. Nevertheless, Onwenu has […]

If The Patriots Are Serious About Anything They Will Not Go After Antonio Brown

I can’t believe people are still trying to push for this a year later. Fans outside of New England hate us for so many reasons. I will always defend the wall, but I’m rolling with the outsiders on this one. This take is ludicrous and should have been laid to rest a long time ago. […]

Adjustments Needed For Patriots To Make Before December Arrives

After a loss to the Denver Broncos Sunday, some adjustments are needed for Belichick and his team. Luckily, it is yet to be December. A month where the Patriots typically thrive and get their identity together. In addition, December football is also where the more crucial games happen for positioning in the playoffs. These adjustments […]

Liberty Rivalry: Revolution Face The Union At Gillette

Comfortable Enemies In The Liberty Rivalry It seems as though the Liberty Rivalry is a real thing. The New England Revolution will play the Philadelphia Union for the fourth time this season, including the MLS Is Back tournament. They have had two highly contested regular-season games. The last game ended in a 2-1 win for […]