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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Pats Dominate

Yikes. Although I was confident going into last nights game against the boys from New Jersey, I didn't see a 42 point victory on the horizon. From the beginning of the first quarter it was all over. Trailing 3-0, the Jets attempted a 53 yard field goal, and Nick Folk shanked yet another huge kick for NY. They wouldn't get another chance to catch the Pats, or score any points for that matter.

Tom was almost perfect for the second week in a row, throwing for over 300 yards and 4 TDs on 21-29 passing. The law firm of BenJarvus Green-Ellis had another solid game, adding 72 yards and a couple scores. Brady was able to spread the ball around effortlessly to all of his receivers, shredding the Jets highly touted D like fresh mozzarella.

What I think was most important about this win was the complete evolution that the defense has undergone with the additions of all the rookies and second year players. The secondary is playing with unheralded confidence while the linebackers, led by Jerod Mayo have been consistently controlling the middle of the field. Mark "Franchise" Sanchez looked flustered at all times and ended the game with a laughable 27.8 passer rating. The Pats now find themselves in the driver's seat for the AFC East and the AFC's best record. Next stop on the Belichick express? Chicago. All aboard.
Q Man

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Bruins live blog!

Observations while waiting in line for beer at the first intermission: Savard looks hungry. Krejci had a sick goal early into the period, and dennis seidenberg's wrister made it 2-0 bruins going into the break. Updates to come.
Second intermission: lucic and shawnie thornton made it 4 to 1 and that's where we sit. Tank thomas looks solid.
3rd period: 7 to 1. Utter domination. Nuff said.

Pierce, Celtics Smoke the Blazers

Paul Pierce had one of his best games this season, scoring 28 points on 9-11 shooting from the field, but his best work came with seconds to spare, dishing the rock to Jesus "Ray Allen" Shuttlesworth for the clutch 3 bomb. Ray was ice cold all game, but when the game was on the line, the Truth knew who had to take the shot.

This kind of chemistry between the players has been carefully crafted, much like how a raw diamond is turned into a beautiful stone on a wedding band. Trust between the Big Three has grown since they were put on the same team in 07. Unselfish play like this is what makes this Big Three actually work together, play that has been M.I.A. in South Beach this season.

Glen Davis chipped in for 16 points off the bench in another solid effort, he looks to be well on his way to Celtics 6th man of the year. The Celtics look to tame the always feisty Bulls at the Garden tomorrow, and after a stroll through New Jersey, will welcome 'Melo and the Nuggz to Boston for what should be an exciting contest.

In other news, look for the first 7dayweekend live blog from the Garden tonight, where the Bruins look to exact some revenge on Steven Stamkos and the Lightning. The Q Man will be blogging, thanks to the droid, in section 318.

Q Man

Birthday Shout-Out(s)

Bought that time again. Not a huge crew today, but quality's better than quantity. Happy birthday, everyone.

Brandon Knight
Aaron Rodgers
Matt Ware
Britney Spears
Nelly Furtado
Jan Ullrich
Monica Seles
Lucy Liu
Darryl Kile, d. 2002