Friday, February 1, 2013
Ravens and 49ers vie for glory in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, 2013. Who's your pick?
Friday, February 1
Super Bowl XLVII is this Sunday, Feb. 3, starting at 6:30 p.m. EST on CBS. The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers could have a battle to the final second –NFL.com analysts are pretty split on their favorites. It is shaping up to be another of those major American festivities, including Beyonce singing at half-time, and, of course, Super Bowl ads.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Here's your chance to sound off on the quality of the officiating in the NFL and what you think should be done about it.
If you're a local football fan, the New England Patriots' controversial Sunday Night loss to the Baltimore Ravens probably left you with a bad taste in your mouth and a strong opinion about the status of officiating in the NFL. The much-discussed replacement referee issue was forced front-row center again Monday night when a nationally-televised game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers appeared to be determined by an incorrect call made by a team of back-up officials. So, we have to ask - what do you think about the quality of officiating in the NFL? Do you think the league owes it to the players, owners and fans to put the best product on the field, no matter what it costs? Should League Commissioner Roger Goodell bend …
Monday, January 2, 2012
Markey joked about head coach's "plan" to get into the playoffs this year during inauguration ceremonies for Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn Monday.
You won't ever catch Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick trash talking Rex Ryan, but a Congressman representing a whole lot of Patriots fans had no problem taking a jab at the out-of-the-playoffs head coach of the New York Jets. Congressman Ed Markey briefly spoke to the audience gather at Medford City Hall to inaugurate Mayor Michael McGlynn. Markey commended Medford for having an unemployment rate - 5.6 percent - 3 percentage points below the national average and 1.5 points below the state average. "It is because there is a plan, and it is not a plan like Rex Ryan's plan to get into the playoffs, it's a plan more like Bill Belichick's plan, to every year insistently consistently persistently draw to the city of Medford the analytic and …