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Robert Kraft Nominated for NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2013

Congratulations to Mr. Robert Kraft on his nomination for the NFL Hall of Fame in the "Contributor to the Game" category. If ever there was someone who so deserves this nomination it would be Mr. Kraft. As New England Patriots fans we are blessed to have the greatest owner in the game today. As a fan since the 60's it is hard to believe. We are spoiled by this team and this organization so much so I feel as though we  take them for granted at times. I want all of you to join me in wishing him all the best with the nomination.

As well I felt the need to use a picture with Mr. Kraft and his lovely wife Myra as she has played such a significant role in his life. I know she is smiling down on Robert every day.

Super Bowl Trivia Question #2

QUESTION:

What college is represented by the most players in this years Super Bowl?

ANSWER:

Patriots Tivia

4,300 feet and there is a total of 29 nine of them. You get this one right I will give you who is the Patriots #8 greatest player. This offer is only good until June 17th.

 

ANSWER:

The amount and length of the "Aisles"

Draft Day Trivia #1

Who was the first Offensive Lineman drafted by the New England Patriots with their first overall pick? What year?

 

ANSWER:  I think I tricked you. key: New England Patriots

                    John Hannah

NFL Collective Barganing Agreement. This is Bull%$*#

Seven Day Extension

 

The NFL Players Association and the league have agreed upon a seven-day extension of talks on a new collective bargaining agreement, one day after the sides agreed to a 24-hour extension of the expiration of the current CBA. Negotiations are set to resume Monday, with the sides taking the weekend off. The seven-day clock will not stop over the weekend, meaning both parties will have five more days of negotiations, beginning Monday and lasting through Friday, March 11. The NFLPA informed the league during Thursday's bargaining session that it would begin the decertification process on Friday, according to sources, unless the league agreed to a 10-day extension of the talks. The sides have compromised on seven days, during which they will continue mediator George H. Cohen's request not to publicly discuss details of the mediation. 

 

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters Friday,  "This is going to get resolved through negotiations, not through litigations."

 

NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith said,  "When you say something about trust or when you raise issues about things like confidence, none of those things are repaired quickly." 

 

I don't know about you guys, but I think this is not going to be a "happily ever after" story.

2010 NF Awards

Congratulations to this years winners of some of the NFL's most prestigious awards.

 

Bill Belechick - NFL Coach of the year

Bill was well deserving of this award. He became the only head coach to have (4) four fourteen win seasons. He guided a young team to a 14-2 record. In fact it was the youngest defense in the league.

 

The Ofensive Line - John Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award

They had a great year protecting Tom Brady and helping Ben Jarvis Green-Ellis run for over a 1,000 yards. They were recognized for this achievement as being the best offensive line unit in the NFL.

 

Tom Brady - NFL MVP of the year & NFL Offensive Player of they year

Tommy had quite a year. While I am sure he would trade it all away to play in the Super Bowl, it was quite a year for him. He set so many records it would take to long to list. It was the second time he has won this award in the last four years. Congratulations to him and all the others.

Wes Apologizes

Wes Welker was interviewed recently at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii. In that interview he appologized for his foot refrenses during his media stint prior to the Jets game. When asked about it Wes said, "I'm not going to get into any details about it, but I don't think it's worth putting coach Belichick in that situation. So in a sense, I do regret it." We will only be able to second guess how much it came into play with the loss. But Bill was upset enough to bench Wes for the first set of plays in the game. We can only hope moving forward Wes has learned his lesson. He is in the last year of his contract and I believe we need him as part of next years team.

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