Neil Keefe is joined by Boston Herald Patriots beat writer Ian Rapoport to talk about Super Bowl XLVI from the Patriots’ side with just four days to go.
Neil Keefe and Mike Hurley put their “friendship” on the line and exchange emails about Super Bowl XLVI from the New York and Boston perspectives.
Williams took the Giants, but that wasn’t really her first choice. “I was rooting for the Dolphins,” she said. “We didn’t do so well.”
Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin are long-time friends who share the same old-school philosophy when it comes to saying anything about the opposition. Zip it. Tight. Or else.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski missed Wednesday’s practice, the team’s first since he injured his left ankle in the AFC title game against the Baltimore Ravens.
There will be a collision course on the road to Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday, when the Baltimore Ravens take on the New England Patriots in the AFC title game.
This week there is no need for the Jets to talk big and the Patriots don’t want to fan the fire. The balance of power has shifted in the AFC East and both teams sense it.
Perhaps coach Tom Coughlin ought to force his team to eat apples to keep the doctor away.
The finger-pointing has started. The losses are mounting. The offense continues to struggle — and the guarantees have stopped. What’s next for the Jets?
Antonio Cromartie dares Tom Brady to throw in his direction all day. Go ahead, the Jets cornerback says. He’s ready for the challenge.
He’s a sure-fire Hall of Famer. A Super Bowl champion. A thorn in the side of the Jets organization. but for Antonio Cromartie, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still an expletive.
Rex Ryan’s new book is sure to shock some fans and pump others up, though the coach’s straight talk isn’t just reserved for the printed page. Ryan left it all out there in a Tuesday morning appearance with WFAN’s Boomer & Carton.
Rex Ryan never has been someone who passes up a good punch line, particularly at the expense of the Patriots. He was in fine form Tuesday during the NFL’s coaches breakfast.
After nearly two weeks, Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker has finally owned up to his mid-January foot-in-mouth press conference.
Jets center Nick Mangold countered Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker’s tongue-in-cheek words Thursday with some words of his own, via Twitter.