Photo courtesy of blogs.babble.com. New England Patriots football has always been about what happens on the field. Lately though, off-the-field incidents have taken center stage.
By Josh Kramer
Super Bowl XLVI was a game for the ages. It was a dream matchup that did not disappoint on the field by any means. Over the past five days, since Eli and the Giants captured their 2nd Super Bowl title in four years, an awful lot of “Gossip Girl” action has been going on. And I for one am sick of hearing about this nonsense.
Here is a quick rundown of the incidents:
Incident 1: A good portion of the media pointed the finger at Wes Welker for his “drop” in the 4th quarter this past Sunday. Many felt as if Welker’s drop was the main reason why New England lost the big game. In the aftermath, Pawngo, an online pawn shop, delivered a large helping worth of Butterfingers to Boston’s Copley Square. 900 pounds worth to be exact. That is a lot of candy. The frustrations towards the best slot-receiver in football have cooled a little, with many realizing upon further review that the “Golden Boy” did not make a very good throw. Continue reading →
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Derrick Rose (pictured above) put on another stellar performance last night in leading the Bulls to a huge victory over the Celtics. Is it now championship or bust in Chicago?
Wesley is a sports expert and journalist out of Philadelphia that writes for Bleacher Report. You can check out all of his work at http://bleacherreport.com/users/88810-wesley-kaminsky or follow his twitter @Wesley_Kaminsky
In the beginning of the NBA season I was excited, and looking forward to a fun Bulls season. It was the most excited I had been for a season in my whole life as a Bulls fan.
Did I think they would get the number one seed? No.
Did I think they could possibly come out of the Eastern Conference? Nope. Continue reading →
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Tagged Boston Celtics, C.J. Watson, Carlos Boozer, Chicago Bulls, Chris Bosh, David Stern, Derrick Rose, Dwyane Wade, Gar Forman, Jalen Rose, Joakim Noah, John Paxson, Keith Bogans, Kurt Thomas, Kyle Korver, Lebron James, Luol Deng, Miami Heat, Michael Jordan, MVP, NBA, Omer Asik, Orlando Magic, Ronnie Brewer, Tim Floyd, Tom Thibodeau, Wesley Kaminsky
I got the 22-year-old scoring machine Kevin Durant (pictured above) bringing home the All Star Game MVP on Sunday.
It is yet another Monday in the sporting world. And things are as good as ever. Basketball is at full blow in both the Collegiate and the Professional ranks. The hockey ice is beginning to heat up. And Spring Training is upon us!
Lets take a look at this week’s top 5. Continue reading →
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