Monday, October 18, 2010

The Randy Who? Links

New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch celebrates his touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens in the second half of their NFL football game in Foxborough, Massachusetts October 17, 2010. REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)


Football:
All around New England, people were seeing the Patriots down double digits in the 2nd half to one of the NFL's best defenses. I could hear people moaning, saying "it's over", Eric beginning to do a toast, and in some cases, people getting ready for the post mortem show on the Big Jab tomorrow. Then something magical happened. Deion Branch put on a show, the defense looked like the defense from an era gone by, and the Patriots,when the dust settled, came out with a huge 23-20 OT win at home.

Tom E. Curran of CSNNE gives the Patriots defense an A for their second half performance vs. the Ravens, and gives you his Five thoughts on the win. He also explains why this Patriots team isn't the same team from last year.

Tom Brady and Deion Branch haven't missed a beat.

Get all your latest Patriots news and notes, including all your post-game reaction, Terell Suggs has some words for Tom Brady, how this Patriots team is different from last year's team and more with Patriots insider Ian Rapoport.

A great article about Patriots rookie Tight End Aaron Hernandez

Hockey:
Portland Pirates remained hot Saturday with a 4-2 win over Springfield Falcons. They cooled off yesterday when they fell at Bridgeport.

The Maineiacs picked up a sweep over the weekend.

Could there be a goalie conflict with the Bruins?

Shawn Thornton drowns his playoff sorrows.

Joe Haggerty's One-Timers.

Basketball:
A. Sherrod Brakley has an article about how the Celtics arestarting to come together with the regular season right around the corner.

Celtics ready for the regular season to start.  Who isn't?

Celtics Hub breaks down who could be on the chopping block for the Celtics.

Baseball:
Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald on why the Red Sox should go after Cliff Lee.

High School
Loads of high school action over the weekend, including Jeff's Cheverus/Bonny Eagle and Lawrence/Bangor double-header on Saturday, and check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster, the new Sun Journal Varsity, the Bangor Daily News and MBR.Org for everything else.

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