Author: believeinbostonsports

10 Techniques to Avoid Disaster In Your Next NFL Fantasy League Plays

One of the best ways to enjoy the NFL season is to participate in its fantasy games. It’s not common to see football fans of all ages and genders watching every game, but DFS football has done an amazing job gathering them. Given that many fantasy football games are coming out in any bookies and […]

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 […]

Daniel Theis’s strong performance vaulted Celtics to huge Game 5 win by @jnoonan1307

After an uninspiring first half, the Boston Celtics roared back to win a crucial Game 5 to bring the series back to 3-2 against the Miami Heat. Head coach Brad Stevens was quoted during the game saying that it was the first time in the last few that he saw the team play Celtics basketball, and it proved to be enough to […]

NBA playoffs: The Celtics’ Jaylen Brown is a player for this moment – by @baxter

ON THE FIRST floor of a gray, block-like, four-story structure on the campus’ northwest corner, a dozen students shuttle into a three-hour class taught once a week on Monday mornings. It’s the early fall of 2015, and inside Tolman Hall, the longtime home of the University of California at Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education, professor Derek […]

 

ESPN Floats ‘Pipe Dream’ Free Agency Target For Bruins This Offseason

Sign In The Boston Bruins have several internal questions to answer after being bounced from the Stanley Cup Playoffs by the Tampa Bay Lightning for the second time in three seasons. All, more or less, fall under the same umbrella: Can the B’s make another deep run with the current core? ESPN previewed the NHL […]

A Trip Down Opening Kickoff Memory Lane: Part 2

By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 Alright, sorry for the delay folks, here is part two if the stroll down memory lane looking at each Patriots season opener since 2000. We took a look at the 2000-2010 openers on Friday, so here’s the rest as Bill Belichick gets set for his 21st “opening day” at the helm […]

A Trip Down Opening Kickoff Memory Lane: Part 1

By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 When the Patriots take the field at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, it will be Bill Belichick’s 21st opener as head coach of the franchise. Since 2000, BB has led the greatest dynasty in the history of professional sports, but the openers haven’t always been pretty. Over the next two days, I’ll […]