David Scott has a look at WEEI.com continuing their march towards market domination, gets some closure to the Gordon Edes/Boston Globe ugly divorce, and looks at an interesting column from Gerry Callahan 17 years ago dismissing the concept of WEEI.
On Patriots Daily, Britt Schramm previews the Chiefs game, and checks out what is being said about Kansas City on other blogs and sports websites. Check back on PD later today for a new edition of the Patriots Buffet Table.
Tony Massarotti, both in his space on Boston.com and in the print edition of the Globe, has a look at how getting Josh Beckett some rest now might help him return to his dominant form when the Sox need him the most. Alex Speier, meanwhile, wonders if Beckett is at the crossroads of his career. Michael Silverman examines Dustin Pedroia’s MVP chances.
The Standard Times has a Patriots preview today with David Brown looking at the Patriots record setting offense returning for more this season. Tim Weisberg looks at the decision to carry five running backs. Weisberg also looks at the offensive line, which is hoping to avoid a repeat of their Super Bowl performance. Brown checks out the lineup at cornerback, which suffered the only significant loss of the offseason in Asante Samuel.
Christopher Price looks at how the Patriots still have the organizational blueprint which has resulted in all their success this decade. Mike Fine meanwhile, looks at how the Red Sox have their own book of success.
Stephen Harris looks at how impressive undrafted free agent linebacker Gary Guyton has been this preseason. Ian Clark looks at the Patriots revolving door this summer. Mike Reiss has a mini-feature on running back Sammy Morris. Ron Borges, who actually wrote some content for the Kansas City Chiefs website last year, says that the young Chiefs will be severely tested by the Patriots on Sunday.