It's been a busy week and I've tried to avoid blogging about the whole under inflated football situation until some facts have come out. Well, here it is Friday night and we still have very little information and I'm typing about it. Trust me, I tried to avoid it and I tried to search out the facts, but I'm just a blogger who doesn't have any real connection to the Patriots, the NFL or most importantly a time machine. While I do lack those attributes, I believe I have a much better grasp of the situation than most of the people who are "reporting" on the issue.
We all know that the last time the New England Patriots played the Indianapolis Colts the Patriots came out with a 42- 20 victory and Jonas Gray had the game of his life. While the final score and some Rob Gronkowski highlights showed a complete domination of the Colts, the Patriots still had many mistakes to overcome.
Last week the New England Patriots were the Masters of Deception as they busted out some trick plays to overcome a 14 point deficit to the Baltimore Ravens. This week they will need to be ready for some trickery coming from the Colts' special teams unit.
Don't tell Bill Belichick, but I've been paying attention to the weather forecast for Gillette Stadium on Sunday. While it is going to be warmer than right now, it is expected to be rainy. With that in mind, I did a little homework to find out who is the better quarterback in the rain.
By shutting out the New York Rangers 3-0 at the Garden, the Boston Bruins took their winning streak to 5 games and their point streak to 15. The last time the Bruins played without gaining a point was December 27th when Carolina Blue Jackets annihilated them by a score of 6-2. While this is exciting if you are a Bruins' fan, it was completely trumped by an announcement made by GM Peter Chiarelli during the first intermission.
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