Sunday, January 20, 2013
Catch the football spirit as the Patriots face off against the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game with these twice baked potato skins.
Are You Ready For Some Football? Yes, once again the Patriots have won me over. I won't pretend to know the finer points of football, in fact I’ve been caught more than once cheering at the wrong plays, (quite embarrassing!), but I know a “W” when I see one, and Brady and the boys have been racking them up! As New England enters into this weekend's AFC Championship battle against rivals The Baltimore Ravens, Patriot Nation is stoked: This game is going to be a BIG one. I have to admit I wasn't ‘all in’ at the beginning of this football season. Still bruised and smarting from the debacle that was the 2012 Red Sox, when the Patriots didn't come out swinging right away, I held back a bit and tempered my enthusiasm with a healthy side of …
Are you wearing Patriots gear today? Take a picture and show your pride here!
Today is game day! The New England Patriots will host the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Conference Championship game today at 6:30 p.m. at Gillette Stadium. If you're a true New England Patriots' fan, you're probably gearing up and showing off your team pride today. Are you wearing a New England Patriots' jersey? Did you paint your face? Or, maybe you hung a Patriots' flag on your front porch to cheer on the team? We want to see your photos of your team spirit! Take a photo and upload it here by clicking the "upload photos" green button above! Go Pats!!!
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
In a rematch of last year's conference title game, New England hosts Baltimore for the second year in a row. Will it turn out 23-20 Patriots like last year? Add your prediction in the comment section.
UPDATE: Well, it was just Bill and me who even picked the Ravens, who, as we all know too well, won 28-13. I'm not sure how to pick who was closer between my pick of 28-24 Ravens and Bill's pick of 27-24 Ravens. I think you could argue that either way. Thanks, everyone, for the predictions. ~~~~~ Once again, the road to the Super Bowl goes through Foxborough. On Sunday at 6:30 p.m., in a rematch of last year's AFC championship, Baltimore comes to Gillette Stadium to tackle New England. Last year's battle ended memorably when Pro Bowl Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff missed a short field goal that would have sent the game into overtime. The Patriots won 23-20. This year, the Patriots are an 8.5 point favorite to reach their second straight Super…
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
An AFC East matchup between the Patriots and Jets will mean some bars will be open on Thanksgiving night.
The Patriots are coming off a big win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday and are now headed into a hot AFC east matchup with the Jets. This week’s game is a rare Thanksgiving night game, kicking off 8:20 p.m. Most restaurants and bars will be closed because it is Thanksgiving, but some are opening up in time for kickoff. Know another bar or restaurant that will be open on Thanksgiving night for the game? Let us know in the comments. Danvers Buffalo Wild Wings Address: Liberty Tree Mall Phone: 978-646-9464 Hours: 5 p.m.-1 a.m. T.G.I. Friday’s Address: 49 Newbury St. Phone: 978-777-7483 Hours: 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Peabody Courthouse Pub Address: 43 Central St. Phone: 978-531-9791 Hours: 6 p.m. - 1 a.m. Paddy Kelly's Address: 154 Washington St. …
Saturday, February 4, 2012
St. John's Prep alum is NFL offensive coordinator, leaving to be head coach at Penn State.
INDIANAPOLIS – Before Bill O’Brien leaves the Patriots for his new head coaching position at Penn State he wants to win a Super Bowl ring. The St. John’s Preparatory alum, who serves as current offensive coordinator under Bill Belichick, has had the taxing responsibility of National Signing Day falling on the same week he was preparing for Super Bowl XLVI against the Giants. “Bill [Belichick] has really helped here as far as the offensive staff and some administrative people that have helped me in New England when I haven’t been here," he said, "and then I think I’ve put together one of the best staffs in the country at Penn State, and they’ve hit the ground running up there." O’Brien said it wasn’t too difficult to build the Penn State …
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Reports of the St. John's Prep alum, now Patriots offensive coordinator joining the Penn State Nittany Lions surfaced Sunday.
Patriots offensive coordinator, St. John's Prep alum Bill O'Brien has been linked to the open coaching position at Penn State, replacing Joe Paterno, according to reports that surfaced from USA Today and ESPN on Sunday. O'Brien, a Dorchester native, graduated from St. John's Prep in 1988, moving on to Brown University. O'Brien has been with the New England Patriots since 2007. “Any imminent contract signing or agreement (with Penn State) is just off-base,” agent Joe Linta of JL Sports told the Boston Herald. “The most important thing for him is to win the Super Bowl. But if someone is going to be interested in him in the NFL, it’s going to happen this week. He could be going somewhere else, he could be returning to the Patriots. But we’ll …