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New York Giants Free Agency: So Far, So Good

The Giants kicked off free agency by signing Brandon Marshall and Rhett Ellison. Here are my thoughts.

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The “Roger That” Edition

Jerry Ballgame discusses the Patriots’ Super Bowl 51 win over the Falcons.

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The “Nice Ring To It” Edition

I have to assume that no one is surprised that I am expecting that the Belichick-Brady Patriots are about to win their fifth ring in seven tries, as I’ve been saying it since before the last Miami game. It was that victory that assured them of the number one seed which has helped to pave…

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The “Shaken, Not Stirred” Edition

Jerry Ballgame reviews the Patriots’ win against the Texans and previews their game against the Steelers.

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The “Malcolms in the Middle” Edition

Jerry Ballgame previews the Patriots’ playoff match up against the Houston Texans.

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A “Catching Up, Following Up, and Weighing In” Edition

Jerry Ballgame updates us on all of the happening in Boston sports, even on some political issues.

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Invisible Man: The Riddle of the New York Jets and Christian Hackenberg

Where’s Christian Hackenberg? Scott Mason weighs in on the New York Jets’ young quarterback.

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It Is Better To Give Than Receive: The Christmas Edition

Scott Mason hands out some belated Christmas gifts!

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The “Cannon and Flowers” Edition

Jerry Ballgame checks in with two key unheralded catalysts fueling the Patriots’ success.

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No Man’s Land: The New York Jets and Their Attempt to Escape Football Purgatory

Scott Mason weighs in on the Jets, and what they need in order to improve in the long term.

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