Tuesday, December 16, 2014

H4TV: Boston Red Sox Won By Losing Out on Jon Lester - The Sports Journal

Boston Red Sox Won By Losing Out on Jon Lester - The Sports Journal

After the 2014 season, the Red Sox only made enough of an offer to look interested without doing what it would take to bring Jon Lester back to Boston.



Really, Lester should be upset at himself for allowing himself to be used by the Red Sox front office. The Red Sox front office was able to let out a collective breath that Lester did not take the deal that they offered him which they never intended for him to take and was just offered to him as a public relations move to appease the fanbase, then immediately got down to doing exactly what they planned on all along: Rebuild the pitching staff with talented young hurlers who have upside. They did it, and they gave up NOTHING to get three quality starters.

Cover32: Grade Day: Who performed best in the New England Patriots win over the Dolphins? | New England Patriots

Grade Day: Who performed best in the New England Patriots win over the Dolphins? | New England Patriots

The New England Patriots shook off a slow start at Gillette Stadium on Sunday to defeat the Miami Dolphins 41-13. At the half, Miami had completely outplayed the Patriots on both sides of the ball, but New England had the lead due to a big special teams play by linebacker Jamie Collins blocking a field goal attempt and cornerback Kyle Arrington doing the “scoop-and-run” to convert the block into a touchdown.

So who performed best for the New England Patriots in their 41-13 win over the Dolphins?

FullPressCoverage.com: New England Patriots’ Top 2019 NFL Draft Picks Show Evolution on Both Sides of the Ball

The New England Patriots may have tipped their hand with their first two 2019 NFL Draft picks. Choosing a bigger, more aggressive outside-...