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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
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
Feature back. Lead dog. No matter what you call them, at one time or another over the last 13 years, Antowain Smith, Corey Dillon , BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Stevan Ridley all established themselves as the No. 1 running back with the Patriots
Fifty-six of the 60 yards New England accounted for on the drive came from Blount, as the big back did his best Corey Dillon impression down the stretch. He came away with a season-high 14 yards on 65 carries, an impressive 4.6 yards
fact that it’s huge news whenever a New England running back has coughed up the football. From 2004 through 2006, Corey Dillon had eight fumbles in his three years in New England on 805 touches -- an extraordinary rate of one fumble
job, just as it was with Bill Parcells (Lawrence Taylor) during their years together in New York. So that means Corey Dillon and Randy Moss and Albert Haynesworth and Aaron Hernandez, high reward with seemingly low risk. That's not arrogance
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
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
good football players. I remember a conversation that I had with Bill Belichick in 2006. In 2005, I was brought in; Corey Dillon was hurt, Kevin Faulk was hurt, Patrick Pass was hurt. I was playing mostly tailback...We did OK, but in 2006 all of
We check in for our weekly update from Bill Belichick and get his take on the Pats win over the Texans on the road, the benching of Stevan Ridley, and Antonio Smith's thinly veiled Spygate comments after the Texans lost.
Patriots’ defensive end, Rob Ninkovich, joins Mut and Merloni on a Patriots Monday after the team’s victory in Houston. Rob addresses the postgame comments of Texans’ defensive lineman Antonio Smith and the defense struggling against the run.
Tom Brady joined the show fresh off the teams 9th win of the season in Houston. He dismissed Antonio Smith's spying allegations and told the guys he has already moved on.
Eagle checks in to give Grande and Max a perspective on the Brooklyn Nets after they acquired Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett via trade earlier this summer. He breaks down what he thinks the future holds for the Nets after completing this blockbuster deal.
Sean Grande and Cedric Maxwell take some time and look back at the history between the Celtics and the Lakers, specifically the legendary rivalry between Magic and Bird. Legendary broadcaster, Ian Eagle, checks in to give the Brooklyn perspective as KG and Paul Pierce settle into their new home. Sean and Max also reveal the behind the scenes details surrounding Max’s famous “I got the ball” moment.
In the first hour of this edition of the Celtics Summer Cooler, Grande and Max analyze the trade that sent Fab Melo out of Boston. Also in this hour, Max sets the story straight about his history with Larry Bird.
Rob Bradford and Alex Speier talk with Jon Lester about contract negotiations, losing a teammate like Jacoby Ellsbury, the World Series run, and looking ahead to 2014.
Rob Bradford and Alex Speier are back witht he Hot Stove Show. They talk about Jacoby Ellsbury signing with the New York Yankees, the Red Sox signings of AJ Pierzynski and Edward Mujica, and wrap it up with Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester, who talks about the World Series run, losing a teammate like Ellsbury and looking towards 2014.
The Red Sox new catcher, A.J. Pierzynski, joined the show to discuss his reputation as the most hated man in baseball. He also said that he turned down multi-year deals to come and win in Boston.
Shawn Thornton joined the show and discussed the teams long layoff leading into their game tomorrow night in Montreal. He told the guys that he anticipates fighting being a part of hockey for years to come.
Lucic joins Danny Picard to talk some hockey after the team’s overtime win against the Carolina Hurricanes. Danny asks Lucic about David Krejci’s game winner yesterday and hockey outsiders that are trying to change the game.
Shawn Thornton joined the show fresh off his big night at MSG and talked about his recent goal scoring prowess. Shawn said that no matter who his line mates are he is always going to be a fourth liner.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. They discussed how Ron Burgundy has officially jumped the shark and played sound of him on Dan Patrick.
The guys discussed the five biggest liars of the week. The contestants were Steve Sarkisian, Willie Meggs, the Lunenburg mom, Dan Le Batard and Salkie.
The guys opened the show discussing the clown show that was the Willie Meggs press conference in Florida yesterday afternoon. There was far too much laughing at a rape hearing.
Jackie Mac joins Mut and Merloni to discuss Rajon Rondo, the Celtics, and the Jacoby Ellsbury deal with the Yankees.
Johnny Damon joins Mut and Merloni to clear the air about his free agent signing with the Yankees and discusses Ellsbury's signing.
Mut and Merloni react to former Red Sox OF Jacoby Ellsbury signing with the Yankees.
We check in with ESPN's great play-by-play man Mike Tirico for a look around the NFL, and a preview of Pats/Browns.
We tackle four topics centered on the movers and shakers in MLB right now.
We start talking about Robbie Cano and the reported 10 year, 240 million dollar contract on the table from the Mariners, and a little debate about him vs Pedroia broke out.
Ryder talks with WEEI.com's Chris Price about the Patriots upcoming game with the Cleveland Browns, and Stevan Ridley's status on the team.
Alex joins the show and gives his thoughts on the Jacoby Ellsbury deal, and what prospects the Red Sox have to fill the hole left in the lineup, or trade pieces to get a player who can fill the void.
John talks to Rob and gets his thoughts on the Yankees signing Jacoby Ellsbury, the Red Sox signing AJ Pierzynski, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia signing with Miami.
Mike Lupica of the Daily News joined the show to give the New York reaction to the Ellsbury signing. He said that the Yankees drastically overpaid.More from this show
The Red Sox new catcher, A.J. Pierzynski, joined the show to discuss his reputation as the most hated man in baseball. He also said that he turned down multi-year deals to come and win in Boston.More from this show
Johnny Damon joins Mut and Merloni to clear the air about his free agent signing with the Yankees and discusses Ellsbury's signing.More from this show
Buster Olney joins Mut and Merloni to discuss Jacoby Ellsbury signing with the Yankees and the possibility of the Red Sox trading for Andre Ethier.More from this show