Just a few afternoon links today:
Dan Shaughnessy writes about the rise and fall of Brandon Moss, who was the hero yesterday and sent down to Pawtucket after the game today.
Chad Finn has a few thoughts after the opener in Japan. He also looks at the Tom Verducci piece in this week’s Sports Illustrated, which is about 2005 baseball draft, which has already proven to be one of the most talented in a long time. The Red Sox grabbed both Clay Buchholz and Jacoby Ellsbury in that draft.
Mike Sando has Randy Moss listed as the second greatest wide receiver in NFL history.
Jonah Keri tells us not to count on a Red Sox dynasty.
Scott Miller says that the Red Sox and Yankees using the draft to develop young talent is bad news for the rest of the league.
Mike Reiss has his latest Patriots Mailbag.
Peter King applauds Roger Goodell’s “tough guy” stance.