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  • It’s hard to focus on anything but the Super Bowl right now, but it was nice to see Rob Gronkowski take home the ‘Comeback Player of the Year’ award, as voted on by the Associated Press. Gronk suffered a torn ACL towards the end of the 2014 season, and his comeback this year has been […] ... read more...
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  • New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's 2013 season was an injury-plagued one, costing him nine games. But the dynamic tight end returned in a big way in 2014 and posted big numbers, making him the obvious choice for the Associated Press' Comeback Player of the... read more...
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  • Forget about how the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots are preparing for Super Bowl XLIX, let’s talk about how the actual footballs become game ready. More attention, about a million times more attention, has been paid to the proper inflation level of footballs in light of the DeflateGate controversy that stemmed from the Pats’ AFC Championship win over the Indiana... read more...
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  • We are one day away. The two weeks of absurd Super Bowl hype are just about complete, and now we get to witness one of the greatest Super Bowl matchups we will ever see. The Patriots and Seahawks are evenly matched in every way, and I think we are going to see a hell of […] ... read more...
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  • Apparently the New England Patriots are not immune from presidential shots relating to Deflate-gate. Speaking at a Democratic Party retreat, President Obama took time to throw some shade the Patriots way. First, telling both the Patriots and Seattle Seahawks to “keep it clean,” Obama then responded to a congressman’s statement about bringing your own footballs with a paten... read more...
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  • The Aaron Hernandez murder trial started on Thursday, and it appears that the judge overseeing the trial is going to be a bit lenient when it comes to the jury. Judge now allowing jurors to watch Super Bowl but requests them to leave room if Aaron Hernandez mentioned — Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) January 30, 2015   Normally, jurors are asked to avoid everything that ca... read more...
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  • The New England Patriots have released their final injury report of the season. I know, it’s sad, but the good news is the Super Bowl is less than 48 hours away. From Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, here is the official report: Questionable: C Bryan Stork (knee) Probable: DE Akeem Ayers (knee) QB Tom […] ... read more...
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  • The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks will face-off in Super Bowl XLIX this sunday. The game will be held at 6:30 in Glendale, Arizona and will be aired on CBS. Not only is this a matchup between the two best teams in the NFL, but the game will also feature some of them best matchups we’ve seen all year. A team with the best defense vs. a team with arguably the... read more...
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  • At this point, I’m looking for any reason to make myself feel better about this super bowl.  I’m constantly looking up historical facts and random data, none of which are really putting my mind at ease. So, for all of you hypochondriac fans like me, here’s 3 crazy reasons New England can actually win.   […] ... read more...
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  • PHOENIX — Roger Goodell held a 45-minute news conference Friday and was asked six questions about the New England Patriots’ DeflateGate controversy. Goodell also addressed the issue during his opening statements, which came two days before the Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Check out what Goodell had to say on DeflateGate below. “On the iss... read more...
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  • The first 45 Super Bowls featured six safeties, which averages out to once every 7.5 years. The last three Super Bowls have each had a safety. The Super Bowl is, more than any of other football game, inextricably linked to the things you can’t control, expect, or explain. It’s where the AFC’s best team went to be blown out for a full decade. It’s where a team seconds away... read more...
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  • Some of Boston’s most famous men are coming in clutch and clearing Tom Brady’s name. Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski, Chris Evans, Steven Tyler and Bill Simmons, among others, came together on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday to take the fall for the entire DeflateGate ordeal, insisting their beloved New England Patriots quarterback had nothing to do with the under-... read more...
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