No snow days and a required lacrosse rules meeting means a 63 hour work week for me. Add in commuting and the fact that I take a break for lunch and now we are at 72 hours of time which isn't used for blogging. Given the facts you can understand why I haven't blogged a whole lot lately and why I'm about to look at the Celtics and Bruins right here, right now.
The NHL trade deadline is fast approaching (March 2nd) and the Bruins are not in a very good place. Coming off last year's Presidents Cup and a crappy playoff, most Bruins fans envisioned a pretty decent year for the team. Well, that certainly hasn't happened. While the month of January was great for the team and their fans, it was really just an aberration.
After a month of hearing, seeing, reading, arguing and researching about the air pressure of footballs, I've finally broken down and used the annoying term which would have no problem being inserted into a very popular INXS song from the 80's. While this isn't my first post about the topic, it is the first time I'm sharing my theory on the matter. If you would like to read my original post on the topic click here. For my theory, continue on.
Two weeks removed from a Super Bowl victory, it's time to think about next year's team. After signing nine players to future/reserve contracts, the Patriots have 15 free agents. While some people are including Darrelle Revis into the mix of free agents, I'm not including him in this as he is under contract with New England for another year if they are willing to pay.
It's a fact that if Malcolm Butler is recognized at a bar or restaurant in New England he won't need to pay the tab. With his new found fame many are wondering if he will be a one hit wonder. While I don't know if it is possible to make a bigger play than the one he did in the Super Bowl, I do think we will see more from this young player. Here is why:
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