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The Patriot Act

The Patriot Act

Chris DeGusto
February 8, 2017
Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column

In what many have called the “best Super Bowl of all time,” while others are still trying grasp how the comeback was possible, the New England Patriots bled red and blue while clutching their fifth ring in a first ever Super Bowl overtime. After flying out of the gate to a 28-3 lead, the Atlanta F...

Pro Sports Column: Patriots best team in the NFL

Pro Sports Column: Patriots best team in the NFL

Sammy Hurwitz
October 2, 2015
Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

I’m going to say it: the New England Patriots are the best team in the National Football League, again. It feels like we’ve been here a million times before. That’s because we have. In 2007, through week three, the pundits were dubbing the Patriots’ revenge tour following the Spygate Saga...

Deflategate: all economics for Roger Goodell, NFL

Deflategate: all economics for Roger Goodell, NFL

Ian Kea
June 7, 2015
Filed under Sports

It’s all about the money these days. Deflategate has been heard around the nation, and Pats fans are sick of it. With a 16 percent difference of inflation it shouldn’t be a big deal, right? But the NFL wants a story they can profit off of. Currently Tom Brady’s jerseys are the best selling item...

Multiple franchise tag options on table for New England Patriots

Multiple franchise tag options  on table for New England Patriots

Jeremy Hayes
February 18, 2015
Filed under Sports

The NFL’s off-season officially begins this week with teams having access to use their franchise tag on an anticipated unrestricted free agent. The Patriots, now reigning champions, will be busy this off-season with 11 players possibly heading into free agency. Six of those players are considered...

Scenes from the Patriots Parade

Scenes from the Patriots Parade

February 4, 2015
Filed under Boston, News, Sports

Photos of Wednesday's Patriots Parade by Brianna Silva, Craig Martin, Melissa Hanson, and Ian Kea. [nggallery id=19]    

Pats continue to impress

Michael Christina
September 21, 2011
Filed under Sports

Michael Christina Journal Staff The Patriots offense continued to roll on Sunday with the defense making timely plays to help secure a victory against one of the primer teams in the AFC in the San Diego Chargers. Philip Rivers, despite having 378 yards passing, still could not notch a win against th...

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