Monday, September 13, 2010

The How does Faith Hill keep getting hotter links

FOXBORO, MA - SEPTEMBER 12: Gary Guyton  of the New England Patriots carries the ball in for a touchdown as Carson Palmer  of the Cincinnati Bengals tries to tackle during the NFL season opener on September 12, 2010 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Guyton intercepted Palmer's pass. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
GARY GUYTON RETURNS PALMER'S INT FOR A TD
Patriots:
Who says this team can't cover? Who say this team defense would be 9-7. This certainly didn't look like a .500 team today. Patriots tame the Bengals 38-24 in Foxboro. And in the words of Tom Looney "it wasn't even that close".

Get all the Patriots postgame reaction, Randy Moss's latest weeping session and all other Patriots news and notes with Patriots beat writer and good buddy Ian Rapoport.

Tom E. Curran gives you his 5 thoughts from the Patriots blow out win over the Bengals.

Who is Logan Mankins agent? I would think he would be fired by now. Logan Mankins turned down a new deal because he didn't want apologize to the media. Who is more at fault here? The Patriots being somewhat petty or Logan Mankins being an ass?

Why these comments could cause some rift-raft between Randy Moss and Robert Kraft. 

Patriots show why they're still among football's elite.


Red Sox:
I am not sure if anyone pay attention, or anyone really cared for that matter, but the Red Sox played a game today. Josh Beckett looked good today, along with Ryan Kalish, as the Red Sox salvage the final game in Oakland 5-3. We told you to jump on the bandwagon, didn't we?

Some storylines for why you should still keep in tune with the Red Sox for the rest of the season.

Mike Lowell to hang'em up at the end of the season. 

Bruins:
Marc Savard is in a "good frame" of mind going into the upcoming season.


Tyler Segiun begins quest to make Bruins roster.

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