Previewing The Patriots’ Playoff Matchup Against the Bills

The first round of the playoffs has finally arrived, and the Patriots will be facing a familiar foe: Josh Allen and the Bills. New England, the 6 seed, will be traveling to Buffalo, the 3 seed, for a Saturday night showdown. These are two teams who know each other very well. In each of their two regular season meetings, the away team came out victorious … Continue reading Previewing The Patriots’ Playoff Matchup Against the Bills

There is a Fundamental Issue With The Celtics’ Offensive Approach

After a small two game win streak against the Suns and Magic, the Celtics have returned to their losing ways with two heartbreaking defeats against the Spurs and Knicks on back-to-back nights. In the Spurs game, Jaylen Brown missed a game tying layup that would have sent the Celtics into overtime. In New York, RJ Barrett knocked down a contested game-winning three-pointer as time expired. … Continue reading There is a Fundamental Issue With The Celtics’ Offensive Approach

Why Iona’s Win Against Marist Was So Impressive

On the surface, it may seem concerning to Iona fans that the Gaels once again had trouble taking down the Marist Red Foxes. Iona has built themselves a legitimate at-large resume by beating high level mid major programs like Harvard, Hofstra, Liberty and, of course, upsetting Alabama, a consensus top 15 in the country. As a result, the public views Iona as a team that … Continue reading Why Iona’s Win Against Marist Was So Impressive

The Patriots Must Open Up The Playbook To Have Postseason Success

This season for the Patriots has been interesting to say the least. After Cam Newton was initially listed as the starting quarterback, rookie first round pick Mac Jones beat him out in training camp and has had a promising start to his young career. At one point, he had New England in first place in the AFC and the football world thought Bill Belichick brought … Continue reading The Patriots Must Open Up The Playbook To Have Postseason Success

Despite An Incredibly Disappointing First Couple Months, The Celtics Can Still Contend This Season

We’ve witnessed one of the more frustrating two months of basketball in the history of the Boston Celtics. A team with two superstars and a developing supporting cast has been wildly underwhelming. Was Jaylen Brown out for a long time? Yes. Have there been other injuries that hindered the Celtics’ ceiling, like up and coming big man Robert Williams missing extended time early in the … Continue reading Despite An Incredibly Disappointing First Couple Months, The Celtics Can Still Contend This Season

Kicking Off Monday Morning

Trouble in Paradise Saints 9, Buccaneers 0 The storyline of the week has to be Tom Brady, the greatest of all time, being shutout by the New Orleans Saints. Brady and the Buccaneers were slammed by injuries early in the game. Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, and Leonard Fournette all left the game in the first half. With Antonio Brown already out, Brady was left with … Continue reading Kicking Off Monday Morning

College Football Championship Weekend Preview

Big 12 Championship Oklahoma State -5.5 vs. Baylor This is the championship game in the new era of the Big 12 Championship (2017-present) that doesn’t involve Oklahoma. There’s something poetic about the Big 12’s two flagship programs starting the year by leaving the conference, and finishing it by not making the title game. That aside, this is still a top 10 matchup as #9 Baylor … Continue reading College Football Championship Weekend Preview

College Basketball Picks Weekday Four

Feast Week did not disappoint, and after a chaotic week of tournament play, we are back on home courts with solidified matchups. This week is headlined by the Big 10/ACC Challenge, where teams in both conferences are in desperate need for a quality win. As always, all rankings come from our own Top 25 which was posted this morning. Standings 1. Ryan (27-14) 2. Dylan … Continue reading College Basketball Picks Weekday Four