Patriots Try To Put Jets Game Behind Them

The Patriots and their followers are still trying to put that ugly second half from Sunday behind them as they start a new week in preparation for the Buffalo Bills this coming Sunday.

New boss in charge of Entercom Boston - Boston Radio Watch reports on Tim Murphy being named the new Vice President/ General Manager of Entercom Boston. Murphy is the brains behind the revamped WEEI.com. The question unanswered at this point is - is this a statement on Jason Wolfe?

Making The Grades – Game Two At Jets - Jeremy Gottlieb has the Patriots Daily report card.

Patriots Report Card - Ron Borges has the Herald version. Michael Felger has the CSNNE.com edition. Belichick hits bottom - Kirk Minihane has the WEEI.com edition.

No film credits from Belichick’s view - Shalise Manza Young says that no one was spared in Belichick’s review of the film from Sunday.

Patriots take last look back at second-half horror show - Christopher Price has the Patriots trying to learn from the Jets game.

He’s not kicking himself - Young’s notebook has Stephen Gostkowski working on turning around his bad start.

Playing out the string, the Red Sox dropped one to the Baltimore Orioles last night, 4-2, as Daisuke Matsuzaka once again struggled with his command. Get all the coverage at RedSoxLinks.com.

Matsuzaka’s lack of command leads to another loss - Sean McAdam says that Dice-K himself doesn’t even know what his problem is.

A hot hitter at hot corner - Bill Ballou compares Adrian Beltre to some of the other Red Sox third basemen of the last 30 years.

First things 1st for Lars Anderson - Dan Duggan has the slugging prospect working on his defensive skills.

Youk’s diary: Reflections on the season - Kevin Youkilis talks about the apology he received from Manny Ramirez and some other thoughts in his ESPN Boston Diary. (There is also one from Johnny Boychuk of the Bruins)

Broken bats becoming a sticking point - Amalie Benjamin’s notebook looks at the outcry over maple bats.

Bruins veterans Mark Recchi, Patrice Bergeron enjoy role in development of rookie Tyler Seguin. - Mike Loftus has some Bruins veterans taking an interest in the youngster.

Bergeron-Recchi-Seguin combo lays a foundation - Joe Haggerty has more on the trio.

Celtics training camp preview: Battles to watch - A. Sherrod Blakely says that there are a couple of rotation spots up for grabs, including the starting center spot.