Welcome to week two of

Welcome to week two of the BSMW Fall Fund Drive The weekend saw the total increase, and hopefully we can finish strong this week and achieve the stated goal. Thank you for those who have already made a donation. You can donate for a chance to win a TiVo Series2 Digital Video Recorder. The drive will last this week and next and the drawing will be held on Monday, November 17th. Please consider helping out the site in this way. Click on the above link for more details about the drive and other prizes up for grabs.

Get your Celtics links from last night’s win over the Sacramento Kings at Fox Sports Net New England.

Ron Borges gives us a detailed feature on Bill Parcells, who even though he failed to bring a championship to New England, is still a compelling personality around these parts. An enjoyable read. Michael Felger looks at a very productive Sunday for the inactive Patriots. Alan Greenberg looks at how the Patriots have gotten themselves to 7-2, and where they go from here. Dan Pires gives us a midseason recap. Bill Burt tries to make a case for Tom Brady as the best QB in the NFL. Nick Cafardo looks ahead to the return of Ted Washington and what it means for the second half of the season. He says:

But now it's time to set the stage for the final seven games. The remaining schedule is easier, you say? Maybe on paper, but in reality it could be harder.

While Patriots supporters are quite naturally enthusiastic, the true greatness of a team (see 2001) is how it finishes. Will the Patriots be strong in December? Will they have momentum going into the playoffs?

Drat, the Patriots have been foiled again by the evil genius that is Tom Donahoe. He’s gotten the Bills in a perfect position to reel off a strong second half after getting their struggles out of the way early…I wring my hands and curse Bill Belichick for getting the Patriots to 7-2 at this point. How could he be so foolish? The Globe gives us a section on Tuna Bowl Reviews. Felger gives us an update on Rosevelt Colvin, who wants to reassure everyone that his injury is nowhere close to the one that essentially ended the productive career of Bo Jackson. George Kimball has a pay column on the Tuna, and the job he’s done in Dallas. When the Cowboys play the Patriots next week, it will mean that four out of the last five opponents Dallas has faced has been coming off their bye week and have had an extra week to prepare for them. The Cowboys have won the first three.

Gordon Edes and Tony Massarotti look at what Theo Epstein may be hoping to accomplish as he heads out to the general manager’s meetings today.

Steve Conroy and Nancy Marrapese-Burrell look at Bruins defenseman Dan McGillis.

Frank Dell’Apa and Gus Martins look at the Revolution advancing to the next round of the MLS playoffs. Mike Biglin looks at key reserves stepping in to play big roles for the Revs. Susan Bickelhaupt looks at rookie Pat Noonan, who scored the only goal for the Revs yesterday.

John Molori reminds us that football is king of the TV ratings.

Bob Halloran wishes to be fired. Pro Sports style. Kevin McNamara looks at College hoops at PC, URI and Brown.

ABC has Eagles/Packers at 9:00.