I’m sure it’s a busy day out there, so I’ll just give you the links you need to read this morning:
Halladay is being targeted – Peter Abraham’s notebook in the Globe says that the Red Sox are making a push to land Toronto ace Roy Halladay prior to the Dec. 7 winter meetings.
Why Roy Halladay is a priority – Rob Bradford tells us why the Red Sox are making Halladay such a priority.
Marco Scutaro’s name on short list – Michael Silverman reports that the Red Sox have expressed interest in free agent shortstop Marco Scutaro, who played for the Blue Jays last season.
Red Sox in a curious position – Peter Gammons explains why voodoo economics and Scott Boras will make this an interesting winter in Boston.
To get into the game, ID often required – Albert Breer shows off his football chops by explaining in detail how the Patriots protected Tom Brady from the Jets’ elaborate blitz schemes even when some of their top lineman came out of the game due to injury.
Felger’s Week 11 report card – Michael Felger says that the Patriots just took care of business on Sunday, and when you look at results from around the AFC that day, that’s no small feat.
Rex Ryan disrespected? Tough – It’s nice to see Ron Borges turn his snide commentary on to a Patriots opponent, rather than the home team.
No one calls them the Aints any more – Shalise Manza Young offers up a primer on the Patriots Monday night opponent.
No big plans for Allen Iverson, yet – Steve Bulpett has Danny Ainge saying that the Celtics have had internal discussion about Allen Iverson, but the decision was not unanimous, and nothing is close to happening.
Bruins: Bergeron providing boost B’s need – Mike Loftus looks at the increased production from Patrice Bergeron and some other key players for the Bruins.
In addition, also be sure to check out the 50th Anniversary Minute – the 1997 Patriots post from Brendon Rosenau on Patriots Daily.
For the rest of the sports news today, you can always hit the link sites:
Bob Ekstrom will be by later with the Week Log.