In what is likely to be a recurring theme this season for the Patriots, the offense led the way for New England in yesterday’s 38-30 win over the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium. The young defense once again gave up large chunks of yardage, but made a couple key interceptions late in the game to salt this one away.
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Patriots’ win doesn’t mask issues – Mike Reiss says that while this win wasn’t convincing, it was much-needed.
Ten Things We Learned Sunday: Right now, it’s all on the offense – Chris Price counts down what we learned.
Running attack key for Patriots – Andy Vogt notes that having a running attack helped out Tom Brady yesterday.
They got some mileage out of new-look group – Monique Walker has the Patriots mixing things up with the running attack.
Replacing Kevin Faulk a group effort – Karen Guregian has the Patriots using several players in the third down role.
Danny Woodhead a spark for Patriots – Chris Forsberg looks at the big debut for the newest Patriot.
Small guy, big impression – Mike Lowe has Woodhead already well-versed in Belichickian.
These Pats are defenseless – Mike Felger says that the defense stinks and there is no hope for the future.
Schedule may be Pats biggest foe – Bill Burt has a sobering look at the upcomign schedule for the Patriots.
Defense reaches for positives — interceptions – Walker’s notebook sews up many of the remaining storylines.
The Red Sox were on the cusp of sweeping the Yankees in New York last night, but Jonathan Papelbon blew his league-leading eighth save as the Yankees won, 4-3 in 10 innings. Get the stories at RedSoxLinks.com.
How one game encompassed a Red Sox season that came up short – Alex Speier says that last night was the entire season in microcosm.
Glimmer of hope goes out for Red Sox – Joe McDonald has the last hopes of the 2010 season put out last night.
Red Sox still playing with pride – Sean McAdam says that the Red Sox played to the end.
Yankee outfielders could open door for Sox on Jayson Werth, Carl Crawford – Speier says that the play of Curtis Granderson and Brett Gardner might cool the Yankees interest in free agent outfielders.
Papelbon walks a fine line with ump – Amalie Benjamin’s notebook has the Sox closer unhappy with the strike zone.
Shaq ready to leave mark in Boston – Jackie MacMullan has the big man talking about teammates past and present.
Celtics hope a vertical jump gets them back on track – Julian Benbow has the Celtics hoping to use their newfound size to an advantage this season.