Well, it’s at my house anyhow. Could show up at your local bookstore any time. Even though the official release date is September 1, once stores have it, they can sell it. As I’ve noted before, The New England Patriots Playbook, updates Game Changers: The Greatest Plays In New England Patriots History with exciting new […]
OK, I know the book everyone really wants me to update is Tom Brady vs. the NFL. I’m totally with all of you. And I promise it’ll get done as soon as we can convince Triumph Books that it needs to be done. (They don’t need to hear about it from me, by the way. I […]
Spent some time in the studio at my old haunt, 93.9 The River, this week talking to Monte Belmonte about the Patriots, Tom Brady, my books, and, of course, Super Bowl XLIX. Monte (once again) put together a segment that makes me look like I know what I’m talking about. That’s no easy task, let […]
Neat event coming up on Saturday, November 22 at the Tewksbury Public Library. My pal and fellow Patriots author Bob Hyldburg will be leading a discussion on Patriots past, present and future. Bob, in case you don’t know, is the author of the completely amazing volume Total Patriots. Come and talk Pats with us. The […]
John Murphy was kind enough to have me on his radio program on Buffalo’s WGR 550 last night. We talked about Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback, of course, and a bit about my expectations for the 2013 NFL season. You can hear the whole thing here (I come in […]
Sure, the 2013 NFL season is still 59 days away, but training camp is just around the corner. And, hell, it’s never really the wrong time to talk football. Tonight at 8, I’ll join John Murphy, play-by-play voice of the Buffalo Bills, on his daily broadcast to talk AFC East football and discuss Tom Brady […]
I’ve been getting a lot of traffic from search strings to do with Tom Brady vs. Joe Montana (folks looking for side-by-side stats, mostly). I have to imagine that’s related to the fact that Brady on Sunday won his 17th career postseason game, breaking what had been a tie with Montana for the NFL record. […]
I’ll be hanging out, talking Patriots, and signing copies of Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback at the Barnes & Noble store in Framingham, Massachusetts Saturday, January 19 from from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. You should come by. We can jaw about the playoffs. And you can pick up […]
So, one last time, let’s take a look at how the 2012 New England Patriots measure up with the 2011 AFC Champion squad in some key statistical areas. Lots of reasons to be optimistic about this year’s squad’s chances in the post-season as you look this over.
Because I apparently have a pathological need to prove my own geekiness, I put together a little chart that illustrates the progression of the 2012 New England Patriots pass defense by way of some key measurables (which is to say statistics). Go ahead and share it with your friends. You know you want to.