Posts Tagged ‘Kevin Boothe’

Playbook: Tape study on SB XLVI

In the public view, Super Bowl XLVI has been defined by the plays that weren’t made – fumbles the Patriots didn’t recover, a ball Wes Welker didn’t catch, a few throws Tom Brady didn’t make. But when you pop in the coaching tape, you see there are even more aspects of the game where the Giants excelled, earning them a win in a well-contested championship game.

Second-quarter thoughts

Patriots fans should be very encouraged by the fact that their team scored right before the end of the first half. Historically, in a close game, when a team scores right before the end of the first half they win a high percentage of the time.

Post Mortem: Vick will be even better in 2011

The 2010 fantasy season is over, and what a strange year it was. Here is a quick look back, and some thoughts for the future.

Giants’ Seubert carted off after knee injury

New York Giants center Rich Seubert was carted off the field during the first quarter Sunday against the Redskins with what the team has announced as a dislocated knee cap in his right knee.

Post Mortem: Who says linemen don’t count?

Hey look, the Eagles have finally stopped scoring. Week 10 is in the books. Here are some of the highlights.

Roundup: Patriots’ Bodden done for season

The cutdown deadline for NFL teams to reduce their rosters to 75 players passed at 4 p.m. EST, and was surrounded by a flurry of activity.

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