Ten in a row for your New England Patriots. Michael Smith looks at the Patriots hanging 10. Michael Felger looks at Belichick pulling out the motivational stops to push his team to victory. Tom Curran looks at the Patriots keeping their eyes on the big prize. Alan Greenberg and Michael Parente also have the details of the 27-13 win over Jacksonville in another snowy Sunday at Foxboro. Michael Holley says this team has something to please everyone, as they are a team for all people. Jim Donaldson looks at the Patriots dominance in the snow. Ian M. Clark says a good run just keeps getting better.

Yesterday marked the return of Troy Brown to the field, Bob Ryan Karen Guregian, Michael Parente and Carolyn Thornton look at the Wide Receiver, who caught one of the two TD passes thrown by Tom Brady yesterday. Kevin Mannix, Mike Reiss and Nick Cafardo look at the benching of Richard Seymour to start the game, a move that lit a fire under the star defensive lineman. Dan Ventura looks at the Patriots getting off to a good start with Brady hitting Daniel Graham for a TD on their first possession of the game. Carolyn Thornton looks at a day Tyrone Poole won’t soon forget…his teammates won’t let him. Nick Cafardo and Rich Thompson also have a look at the afternoon by Poole. Paul Kenyon and Jim Baker look at the return of Ken Walter, who wasn’t all that bad. Tim Weisberg looks at the Patriots passing game…something they stick with no matter the weather. Joe Burris looks at what little effect the snow had on the Jaguars. Gus Martins says Rodney Harrison and the Patriots were only concerned about one score yesterday, and it wasn’t the late TD they gave up to the Jags. Paul Kenyon looks at the return of Marc Edwards to Gillette.

Parente’s notebook has more on Seymour’s benching. The Standard Times notebook looks at the homefield advantage of the Blade. Felger’s notebook looks at the development of Daniel Graham. He says that Bethel Johnson’s inactive status was not believed to be a disciplinary move, while Smith’s notebook believes it was disciplinary in nature. Curran’s notebook also looks at the benching of Seymour. Reiss’ notebook looks at the hand injury suffered by Deion Branch.

Bob Hohler and Jeff Horrigan report that the Manny for Alex Rodriguez talks are still ongoing, and gaining momentum. Gordon Edes gives us an update on the happenings at the Winter Meetings. Tony Massarotti, Sean McAdam look at what impact Miguel Tejada signing with the Orioles could have on the Red Sox and Nomar. Hohler’s notebook looks at he A’s interest in Scott Williamson. Horrigan’s notebook says Williamson can choose if he wants to remain with the Sox as a setup man, or be traded somewhere where he can close, or start. McAdam’s notebook looks at the options at second base for the Red Sox.

The Celtics retire Cedric Maxwell’s number 31 in a halftime ceremony tonight. Get all the links at Fox Sports Net New England.

Dan Shaughnessy attempts to be positive about all things in Boston sports. He can’t pull it off.

FSNNE has Celtics/Timberwolves at 7:00. ABC has Eagles/Dolphins at 9:00.

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