FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—In their first meeting with Kansas City, the Patriots had quarterback Patrick Mahomes figured out—at least for a half.
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Tom Brady recognizes that there are some who believe the Patriots are nearing the end of their run of unprecedented playoff success.
Yesterday, New England took its first step toward possibly silencing those voices for a little longer.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—The Patriots have thrived in the final month of the season since Bill Belichick and Tom Brady's arrival.
They're hoping their 24-10 victory over the Vikings is the start of another memorable December.
Tom Brady passed for 311 yards and a touchdown, and Bill Belichick earned his 250th victory, including playoffs, as Patriots' coach, in yesterday's victory.
BOSTON—Don't look for Dustin Pedroia and Chase Utley to be turning any double plays during this World Series between the Boston Red Sox and L.A. Dodgers.
But the presence of both already has had an impact on the clubhouses of the two teams looking to add to their already-rich trophy cases.
BOSTON—When Alex Cora was hired to manage the Red Sox a year ago, he knew he wanted to put relationships with his players first.
It made him a success as general manager of Puerto Rico in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, again as a GM and manager in the Puerto Rican Winter League, and as bench coach for the Houston Astros during their World Series title run last season.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Beginning in the early 2000s and lasting for more than a decade, the match-ups between Peyton Manning's Colts and Tom Brady's Patriots were must-watch ones.
From their three AFC championship games to the six regular-season MVP awards Brady and Manning captured during that span, quarterback play was the centerpiece of the rivalry.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—So many times during the Patriots' run of success over the past two decades, the defence was watching as Tom Brady sealed another victory.
In yesterday's 24-20 AFC championship victory over the Jacksonville, the defence got its chance to secure the Patriots' record 10th Super Bowl appearance.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Tom Brady hasn't missed many starts during his 18-year NFL career, and no one sounds too worried that he'll be sidelined for this Sunday's AFC championship game.
Nonetheless, after Brady sat out the Patriots' practice yesterday‚ and did not speak to reporters as scheduled, there was plenty of speculation about the 40-year-old quarterback's health.
BOSTON—When Drew Pomeranz has been on the mound this season, it's usually meant good things for the Boston Red Sox.
Pomeranz pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning, and Dustin Pedroia drove in three runs, as the Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 last night.
BOSTON—The NBA Finals has its first “three-match," courtesy of a "King" who passed "His Airness.”