Did the people who think the sky is falling even watch last week's game? While I certainly would have preferred starting the season 1-0 and stopping the losing streak against the Dolphins, the game and the game plan weren't that bad. In reality we just had some horrible turnovers.
No, the sky is not falling on Gillette Stadium. That's just construction. Yes, the Patriots suffered a tough loss to Miami to start the season. Is it a rough way to start the season? Absolutely. Can they right the ship this week in Pittsburgh? Absolutely.
Having intentionally not shown a whole lot during the pre-season and having a lot of new faces around Gillette, trying to predict or look for certain things in today's game is significantly different than in years past. Regardless, I'll give it my best shot while also trying to be a bit original as usual.
7 POINTS OUT OF FIRST PLACE IN THE ATLANTIC, HOW MANY POINTS HAVE THE BRUINS GIVEN AWAY AT THE END OF REGULATION?
With 65 games played, the Bruins have a total of 87 points. At present, that puts them tied for third with Toronto. The current front runner in the Atlantic is Florida with 94 through 65 games. That being the case I decided to look into how many points the Bruins have given up by allowing last minute goals.
Triston Casas is one of the top prospects for the Boston Red Sox. Being a professional baseball first baseman, Casas bats from his left and throws exceptionally from the right.
During the last baseball season, Triston was in the minors and didn’t get a chance to showcase his skills. Casas has already displayed impressive games since his amateur period. But finally, Triston Casas will be a part of the starting lineup.
In 2021, the Red Sox did announce Triston Casas in the lineup, ready for his first spring training. Nevertheless, the time has finally come for Casas to enter MLB in 2022. Let’s look at his career and performances so far, and how good the selection of Casas is for the Red Sox.
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