Author: Kevin Perry

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Kevin Perry is a 2021 Graduate of Fitchburg State University. He has written for The Boston Globe, Patriot Ledger, Providence Journal, and Sentinel Enterprise. He has covered the Patriots for the past 3 seasons as well as NHL/ College Hockey and EUFA soccer.

After a crazy Saturday where we saw Michigan blowout their arch rival Ohio State, LSU lose to Texas A&M, and Clemson lose to South Carolina there are four teams that have a direct shot to the college football playoff if they can win their conference championship games. Georgia, Michigan, TCU, and USC all are a nose hair away from getting into the playoff if they win their championship games.  Georgia Georgia has been far and away the most dominant of college football teams this season. Having finished with the fifth strongest strength of schedule and winning each game by two…

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The Patriots are above .500 for the first time this season and will play host to the New York Jets as both teams are coming off the bye into week 11. The Patriots defeated the Indianapolis Colts two weeks ago 26-3 while the Jets defeated the Buffalo Bills 20-17 the last time they played. This game means not only could the Patriots leapfrog the Jets with a win in the division but could also jump past them in the AFC playoff picture. Patriots Look To Continue Win Streak Over Jets The Patriots have won an impressive 13 straight games over…

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Where will Lane Kiffin coach in 2023? After a somber Saturday afternoon for Ole Miss, Lane Kiffin stepped up to the podium as disheveled as any coach has been all season. Kiffin seemed to be aggravated and passive aggressive when answering questions and it looks like his time at Ole Miss is done. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUTEdLjhEFE https://twitter.com/BoardGeniuses/status/1592907997478785025?s=20&t=eG-EQCpMEbS_u2O_dp4jbA “Really disappointing finish, to that game, to your home winning streak on the line. Playing Alabama, with ball in our hands to win. We didn’t do it. Watched two other teams this year do it, in Tennessee and LSU, finish right at the end when…

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With a victory this past Monday in Philadelphia, Taylor Heinicke has entered the conversation when it comes to the chain game against Kirk Cousins. As Kirk Cousins so famously flaunted on the Vikings flight home from Washington two weeks ago after the come from behind victory, Taylor Heinicke has now entered the conversation in regards to who wore it better.  As I alluded to earlier, Kirk Cousins started the victory chain this season when the Vikings came from behind to defeat the Commanders a few weeks back. Viking cornerback Chandon Sullivan snapped a video on his instagram story showing Kirk…

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With The New England Patriots now holding the final playoff spot in the AFC would it be a bad thing if the Patriots actually made the playoffs? The Patriots currently sit at 5-4 and have the tiebreaker over both Cincinnati and the Los Angeles Chargers. If the Patriots were to win this Sunday as well, they would leapfrog over the Jets and be either the 5th or 6th seed in the AFC. If the Patriots make the playoffs this year I feel that it would be a very similar end to the season that we saw last year in Buffalo.…

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Josh McDaniels adds to his impressive collection of losses this season by adding a loss to a coach who has never coached before. Yes Jeff Saturday was one of the greatest lineman of his generation and has an extensive knowledge of football but that Raiders loss yesterday just shows how poor of a head coach Josh McDaniels truly is. Not only is his 13-23 record all time as a coach quite abysmal but he has seemed to have lost the locker room in Vegas as well. Players Look Uninterested Playing For McDaniels After yesterday’s loss Derek Carr was vocal and…

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Malcolm Perry is a former NFL player and current Marine who is a person with an incredible story that needs to be shared. With November being Salute to Service month all around the NFL it is the time when NFL teams honor and recognize the people who defend our country. As Veterans Day rolls around this Friday we, as a nation, show our gratitude and appreciation for the men and women who fight to protect our freedoms and individual liberties that our country was founded on. It is something special inside of a person to put their own life on…

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The New England Patriots beat the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday but the offense had little to do with the victory. It’s taken me a day to collect my thoughts on the Patriots offense but I finally know what it is, the play calling is terrible. Of course it is great to have a stellar defensive performance, which the Patriots got, but to win games consistently in the National Football League there has to be some support from the other side of the ball. The Patriots offense has looked great at times and looked absolutely horrible at times throughout the 2022…

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With the 2022 football season coming to an end soon the Boston College Eagles look to send three of their key players the NFL next season. Zay Flowers, Phil Jurkovec, and Marcus Valdez have been three of the key contributors for the Eagles over the past three seasons and with the NFL Draft on the horizon. Here is the Boston College draft preview. Zay Flowers, Wide Receiver Class: Senior Ht/Wt: 5, 10” 170 lbs Flowers is a dynamic receiver who has the ability to create explosive plays every time he touches the ball. Throughout his time at Boston College. Flowers…

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Daniel Snyder has hired the Bank of America Securities division to sell the Washington Commanders football team, as first reported by Forbes. Snyder, who has been under much public scrutiny over the past few years for issues regarding him as a person and issues regarding his football franchise has finally broken the silence. Snyder who has been badgered by fans, the media, and now other owners to sell the team Snyder has broken his promise of never selling the franchise by taking the first step today. Although this is just the first of many steps that are needed to be…

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