It's a busy morning in the Boston sports media world. We'll lead off with thoughts for former WBZ and current CSNNE sports anchor Bob Neumeier, who suffered a stroke on Wednesday. The news was broken by Michael Felger on yesterday's edition of Felger and Mazz. Keep "Neumy" in your thoughts in the coming days. ******** … Continue reading Thoughts For Neumy, Alex Speier To Globe?
The Celtics began their regular season last night with a 121-105 drubbing of the Brooklyn Nets at TD Garden. The Celtics placed eight players in double figures last night. While the Celtics may be fourth in Boston in terms of coverage and popularity st the moment while they rebuild, there is certainly much to be … Continue reading Celtics Start Things Off Right
I mean, what else could the sports radio trolls conjure up today? The previously washed-up Tom Brady submitted an almost perfect performance yesterday against the Chicago Bears at Gillette Stadium, as the "Let's face it, they're not a good team anymore" Patriots won their fourth in a row, this time a 51-23 shellacking of a … Continue reading Tom Brady’s Trade Value Will Never Be Higher
There is a chill in the air this morning as the temperatures were in the low 30's as many began their day throughout New England. In a related move, the Red Sox made a little news last night, as Chili Davis agreed to become their new hitting coach. Hopefully he does better than the last … Continue reading Chili Monday In October
All season long we've been hearing about how terrible the Thursday night football games have been. Teams have been ragged, worn down, and not sharp when playing just four days after their previous game. Last night the Patriots looked ragged, worn down and not sharp. The Jets hung tough all night long, running the ball … Continue reading Patriots Swat Away Jets Upset Plans
With the release of his new book Scribe: My Life in Sports last week, Bob Ryan has been doing media interviews as part of the publicity campaign for the book. One of the reappearing themes from the interviews is how treatment of the media by the teams and leagues has changed over the years, specifically … Continue reading Nuggets from the Bob Ryan Publicity Tour
The Bruins have struggled to score in the early going this season, and while they played a littler better yesterday, goals were still hard to come by, and the end result - a Colorado goal with 0.4 seconds left to break a 1-1 tie was depressing. Game Stories/Commentary: Avs beat the clock, and Bruins at … Continue reading Bruins Slow Start Continues With Last Second Loss
The Bruins get back on the ice tonight as the regular season begins with a nationally televised game (7:30pm, NBC Sports Network) against the Philadelphia Flyers at TD Garden. Despite some personnel losses, the Bruins are still considered one of the top teams in the NHL. They'll look to get back to the Stanley Cup … Continue reading Bruins Drop The Puck Tonight As NHL Season Opens
I never said Tom Brady was finished. You knew the Patriots would bounce back big this week! We were only criticizing what was happening on the field! Oh, so its the media's fault the Patriots played poorly in their first four games? It's the Bengals! Wake me when they actually win a big game. And … Continue reading Beep. Beep. Beep. That Sound You Hear Is Media Walking Back.
This is a guest post from Sam Portman. Time to Move On From Rondo Boston Celtics' general manager Danny Ainge needs to acknowledge the writing is on the wall and make a bold move to complete his team's rebuilding process without Rajon Rondo in the picture. Ideally, the 28-year-old Rondo was supposed to be the … Continue reading Guest Post – Time To Move On From Rondo