It’s that time of the year when the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award is up for debate.
With the Denver Broncos coming to town this Sunday for a huge battle of AFC supremacy, Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti felt it was an opportune time to revisit the Wes Welker exodus from New England.
Expanding instant replay won’t be the only rule change coming to Major League Baseball in 2014. Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Joe Torre is adamant about eliminating, or lessening the damage of collisions at home-plate.
Tonight marks the first time that the Bruins will face their former first round draft pick Tyler Seguin, now a member of the Dallas Stars. The trade was largely debated at the time, so Felger & Mazz rehashed it on Tuesday.
There’s a word for the way these two guys are thinking and campaigning.
Starbucks is asking customers in “open carry” states to leave their guns at home. The company’s CEO outlined his position in an open letter. Do you agree or object to Starbucks stance on guns?
In our politics, and in our news consumption, a critical mass of us seem to want our itches scratched, at the expense of true understanding and thought.
The sad thing is, both Gomez and Markey strike me as pretty good men, capable, and well-meaning.
The debate comes a day after a Suffolk University poll showed Markey has the backing of 48 percent of voters polled compared with 41 percent for Gomez.
There’s nothing as informative in a political campaign as a lively debate, and last night’s showdown between Senate candidates Gabriel Gomez and Ed Markey certainly fit the bill.