Patriots

By - 1/29/08 - 10:08 am

UPDATE: No doubt spurred by thousands of calls from outraged Pats fans, Amazon has pulled the pre-order page down.

19-0: The Historic Championship Season of New England's Unbeatable Patriots (Paperback) - Now available for pre-order.

Via Peter N, who is aghast.

Harry hopes the book doesn't take its place in the library of other forgotten Globe books, including:

Unlikely Triumph: The Road

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By - 1/29/08 - 9:23 am

The New York Times throws in the towel, declares us winnahs:

Yet as the Patriots enter Sunday’s Super Bowl as heavy favorites - over the New York Giants, naturally - to win the city's sixth championship in seven years, "Not so, Boston" seems as outdated as those Pilgrims. Backward is forward, and Boston is first.

By - 1/26/08 - 9:01 am

No, not where he's been the last two days, but where he buys those flowers for Gisele. Would you believe the Stop & Shop on Newport Avenue in Quincy? How else to explain the sign Anali spotted there?

By - 1/20/08 - 6:00 pm

So who's going to win the Super Bowl - again?!?

By - 1/17/08 - 9:18 am

It's one-stop shopping at Boston Sports Media Watch, where Bruce Allen compiles all the links.

By - 1/15/08 - 11:13 am

Soxaholix asks, strictly hypothetically, of course:

If I were given a chance to manipulate historic events, would I willingly sacrifice the Pats 19-0 season in exchange for a guaranteed Red Sox World Series victory in 2008?

But what would Bill Swerski's Super Fans say?... Read more

By - 1/12/08 - 11:36 pm

Looks like the Jags were built for losing.

By - 12/29/07 - 11:21 pm

Yowza! Angela explains what those numbers mean for you people just arriving on the shuttle from Neptune (Vince provides some after-the-fact liveblogging).

Although, to the Rozzie folks now shooting off fireworks: Dudes, maybe wait until after the Super Bowl?

By - 12/29/07 - 9:57 am

Exclusive pre- and post-game field access, plus some playoff tickets, to make up for the station's loss of what it had thought was exclusive rights to broadcast the Patriots game.

By - 12/28/07 - 7:01 pm

What do you mean we can only see the Pats game on four stations tomorrow? What's wrong with the other stations?

By - 12/26/07 - 5:16 pm

CBS AND NBC to carry game against the Giants. ABC, PBS just give up all pretensions of caring.

By - 12/24/07 - 11:17 pm

Jay Fitzgerald hears from a blog reader of his now living in Madagascar - the guy now has a satellite radio that lets him get NPR and he wonders if he'll be able to get Patriots games:

... Imagine sitting on a lawn chair in Madagascar, sipping Three Horses Beer and listening to Gil Santos and Gino Cappelletti call a Pats game. Talk about

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By - 12/23/07 - 7:43 am

Better watch out, Fitzy, this kid will have your job some day:

By - 12/10/07 - 12:06 pm

Kristen sure wishes so:

... They're so good at doing their talking on the field, as it were, but you just know that they let loose occasionally and I would LOVE to hear it. Just once. Especially Rodney. 'Cause you know Rodney was preachin'. After that 4th down stop at the goal line? ...

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By - 12/4/07 - 12:19 pm

Jeff: Another week, another heart attack for Patriots fans.

Kristen: Lazarused:

... After last week's slugfest with the Eagles, Tedy Bruschi predicted that the rest of the games would be dogfights. And if there's one thing Tedy Bruschi is not, it's a liar. ...

Denton: Thank you Brian Billick.

Harry: This blogger is wiped out this morning from last night's Patriot... Read more

By - 12/2/07 - 11:52 am

Thankfully, some things around here have gotten better since the Patriots' first Super Bowl appearance back in '86, including our grammar and our hair (oh, yeah, and the Patriots):

Posted by Jim Lehmann, who's been busy posting and linking enough Boston TV promos and commercials to keep you busy for awhile.

By - 11/26/07 - 9:34 am

DJDiva frets:

OMG this Pats game is the worst ever. WTF is going on?? ...

Miss von Schtoop explains how you can tell she's from Boston:

[I]nstead of reveling in Patriot wins, I am living in fear of their inevitable loss.

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