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represents the same sort of seismic jolt the franchise received during the 2003 ( Rodney Harrison , Rosevelt Colvin ), 2004 ( Corey Dillon ) and 2007 ( Randy Moss , Wes Welker , Adalius Thomas ) offseasons. If Revis can provide the same sort of thunderbolt
change it now." There's no doubt Belichick could handle Sherman, just like he has other stars in the past like Corey Dillon and Randy Moss . But in Sherman, you have much more than a raving lunatic in the secondary that once got under the
lead ball carrier with Kevin Faulk and J.R. Redmond chipping in here and there. In 2004, the Patriots turned to Corey Dillon as their feature back. When it was time to convert short yardage or kill the clock at the end of a game, everyone
that Antowain Smith jersey from storage, or find that Corey Dillon gamer that was sitting in the back of the closet. Find ..... Tedy Bruschi swiping the ball from Dominic Rhodes and Corey Dillon beasting past Indy defenders on the way to the second level
problem among New England backs over the years, because for the most part, they’ve been a pretty secure group -- Corey Dillon , BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Danny Woodhead had some of the lowest fumbles per touch in recent league history. From
the 2004 divisional playoffs, when New England upended a scalding-hot Colts team, 20-3. That afternoon, led by Corey Dillon , the Patriots ran for 210 yards on 39 carries (the run-pass split was 39-27), and had three plays of 14 drives or more
to remember about that team: One, there was a surprisingly underrated running game that was buoyed by the tandem of Corey Dillon (812 yards, 4.1 yards per carry) and Laurence Maroney (745 rushing yards, 4.3 yards per carry). Two, by the end
back-to-back seasons. He’s had plenty of 1,000-yard rushers, including Antowain Smith (1,157 yards in 2001), Corey Dillon (1,635 yards in 2004), BenJarvus Green-Ellis (1,008 yards in 2010) and Ridley (1,263 yards last year
career-high 290 carries last season, and would have become the only New England back to hit the 300-carry mark since Corey Dillon did it in 2004. This season, Ridley is on pace for 222 carries, a significant dropoff. The game continues to
four meetings and seven of the last eight. The last Cincinnati win in the series was the season opener in 2001 when Corey Dillon led the Bengals to a 23-17 win over Drew Bledsoe and the Patriots at Paul Brown Stadium. That is also the only time
FOXBORO — When he was with the Patriots from 2004 through 2006, running back Corey Dillon earned the nickname “Clock Killin” Corey Dillon because of his ability to pile up tough yardage late. With New England holding a second-half
wide receiver and catch a bunch of passes? Is that what he needs to do? I don’t know. What more could he do?” Corey Dillon (2004-2006): Dillon probably doesn’t have a chance — he isn’t much of a self-promoter, and
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Christopher Price discuss Logan Mankins' breakdown of the offensive line and how it will look without Dante Scarnecchia. They also discussed Mankins' rebuttal to Brandon Spikes.
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss Bill Parcells' Patriots Hall of Fame candidacy.
Tom Curran calls the show to discuss the Vince Wilfork contract situation. After texting with Vince this morning, Curran says that Vince's camp is possibly trying to put the "genie back in the lamp" and that the possibility of the Pro Bowl DT returning to the team has improved.
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Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck joins Mut and Merloni to discuss and reflect on the Boston Marathon Bombings a year later.
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Hazen joins Dino, Gerry and Kirk for the Front Office Report to give us the latest on all things Red Sox. He also gives his take on the Michael Pineda pine tar controversy.
Dave O'Brien and Joe Castiglione talk with Red Sox pitcher John Lackey after he goes 8 solid innings in a great performance, while giving the Red Sox bullpen a night off. Lackey talks a little about what he thinks about Michael Pineda's ejection for having pine tar on his neck.
We check in with John Farrell live from Fenway Park with Dale, Holley and Steve Lyons. We talk Boagearts, Buchholz, Pierzynski, Lester, the losing and much much more.
Andy Brickley, NESN; Joins Mut and Merloni to recap the Bruins win against the Red Wings in game 3
Shawn Thornton joined the show to discuss the Bruins win last night over the Red Wings. Shawn talked about Marchand's agitator status within the league.
Pierre McGuire of NBC Sports joins the program to talk about Game 3 between the Bruins and the Red Wings. He also discusses the issue of targeting player and weighs in on Matt Cooke's vicious knee hit to Tyson Barrie.
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Mut and Merloni tune in to WFAN in New York and listen to a Yankees perspective of what transpired last night at Fenway.
Mut and Merloni react to a wildly entertaining game at Fenway last night in which we saw Michael Pineda ejected in the second inning because he had pine tar on his neck.
Buster Olney joins Mut and Merloni to discuss Michael Pineda using pine tar at Fenway and getting ejected from the game. He also discusses the reaction from Yankees GM Brian Cashman.
Sox Broadcaster Dave O'Brien joins us for his take on Pinetargate.
We tackle four topics all sparked by Pinetargate at Fenway and cheating in Pro Sports.
Dale and Holley preview the rest of the Bruins-Red Wings Series with the great Jack Edwards of NESN
Nifty jumps on the Planet for an hour.
Lou Merloni did play-by-play with Joe Castiglione today and then joined The Planet Mikey Show to talk about what went wrong, and a few things that went right as the Red Sox started their campaign to defend their World Series title.
WEEI.com's Chris Price joins John Ryder and Chris Villani on Planet Mikey to discuss the signing of Revis Island
The 4th addition of WEEI’s Fantasy Football Offseason Podcast is loaded and ready. In this week’s conversation Jim Hackett and Pete Davidson of Rotobahn.com dig into the sinking draft stock of Teddy Bridgewater (much too their chagrin), while refocusing and emphasizing the immense scouting work done by Pete on players like Bridgewater, Zach Mettenberger, Blake Bortles, Bishop Sankey & Lache Seastrunk. Also, Jim & Pete touch on news from around the league regarding new Jet, Chris Johnson, Montee Ball in Denver and help you tune out all of the negative noise some in the media are trying to push. We’re not buying! Lots of Football love in this podcast for the Football lover. Enjoy!
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The Red Sox' High-A minor league team in Salem recently had a 16-game winning streak that spanned two seasons. So what? From the standpoint of making prospects better and fostering player development, does that matter? Salem manager Carlos Febles (who managed Salem for the end of their winning streak, but who was also in charge of a 50-87 Single-A Greenville team in 2013) and Salem radio play-by-play man Evan Lepler discuss -- while also touching on a number of prospects in search of the next Earl Weaver and Vinegar Bend Mizell.
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