And the Patriots are the Bumpus hounds.
Jen braved the storm to video planes landing at Logan during the storm yesterday. Around 11 a.m., she captured a Virgin 747 coming in. The Patriots took a Virgin charter back from London. Could that have been them?
The North County Times in California reports.
Jay Fitzgerald contemplates the controversy surrounding Steve DeOssie and his pre-Super Bowl denunciation of the Pats:
The most annoying thing, besides his bite-the-hand-that-feeds-you behavior: The thick New York accent he employed.
OMG, Matt Light and Gronk went to a party after the Super Bowl! Clutch those pearls closer to your chest, Mabel! Or as David Robichaud asks, as he wipes away a tear:
What do you think about this? Should they have been celebrating after a crushing defeat?
Jay Fitzgerald says cut Gisele some slack:
[S]he was fundamentally right about bemoaning the dropped passes. Don't forget that.
Harvey Leonard (yes, that Harvey Leonard) tweets:
Our younger daughter is married & lives in NY. Her husband is a Giants fan, but she is on her way here to root for Pats.
Harv is also predicting a 30-24 Patriots win. Don't scoff - this is the man who correctly predicted the Blizzard of '78. Going even farther back, J.L. Bell shows us that Samuel Adams was a prescient man.
Boston Police say anybody not ensconced in a bar in those areas by the time Madonna starts to sing on Sunday will be turned away from the area. And people who are in a bar who leave after she starts belting it out will be escorted out of the area.
Henry Santoro notes:
If he practices today, we win Sunday's game by six points. If he doesn't practice...let's not think about it.
UPDATE: Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis says memo is misleading; people can't be arrested just for being outside; a Northeastern official agrees. More in the comments.
Residents of at least a couple of Northeastern dorms got a warning tonight from college Residential Life: Don't even think about going outside during or after the Super Bowl:
Mike Bloomberg, late of Medford, posted this photo along with a note:
We disagree on who'll win the #Superbowl, but @MayorTomMenino & I agree on fighting illegal guns. Tune in Sunday
Onto the Super Bowl. Think Buckner will be calling Cundiff?
UPDATE: Of course they'll be facing the Giants. As Garrett Quinn tweets: "Two weeks of Boston vs New York hype. You're welcome, America."