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Warrior Weekly: Patriots in recent struggle

Warrior Weekly: Patriots in recent struggle

Max Brande

December 18, 2019

Week 13 is over in the NFL, and it seems to me that the New England Patriots still haven’t figured it out. Even in the Sunday Night Football game against the Houston Texans when the Patriots only lost by eight, it took them three quarters to finally wake up. It is no secret that the Patriots are...

Warrior Weekly: Biggest Surprises of The NBA Season So Far

Warrior Weekly: Biggest Surprises of The NBA Season So Far

Dante Coppola

December 16, 2019

As the NBA season passes the quarter mark, many players and teams have well surpassed their goals. At the same time, many woefully failed to meet the high expectations set for them. Players and teams could even find themselves underperforming greatly one year, the following season find themselves soaring...

Warrior Weekly: Bruins Continue Hot Streak

Warrior Weekly: Bruins Continue Hot Streak

Aiden Chitkara

December 3, 2019

Jaden Schwartz chips the puck around Brad Marchand and into the Bruins zone. Schwartz regains control and drop the puck back to Alex Petrangello. Petrangello shifts to his backhand and puts the puck over Tuukka Rask's blocker. The St. Louis Blues score with 7.9 seconds left in the first period and extend...

Warrior Weekly: Heisman Hopefuls

Warrior Weekly: Heisman Hopefuls

Max Brande

November 13, 2019

With the college football season more than halfway done, one question comes to my mind: who is going to win the Heisman? Everyone will say that the winner will be this quarterback or that quarterback, but I wonder if this will be the first time in 22 years that a defensive player or transfer quarterback ...

Warrior Weekly: Fantasy football midseason reflection

Warrior Weekly: Fantasy football midseason reflection

Aiden Chitkara

November 7, 2019

Quarterback Boom: Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens) If I told you that one man could produce numbers that would make him both QB1 and RB1 eligible, would you believe me? You probably wouldn’t. Well, up until this year that is. Lamar Jackson has posted Madden-like numbers through the first eight weeks ...

Warrior Weekly: The Nationals Win the Pennant

Warrior Weekly: The Nationals Win the Pennant

CJ Brown

October 25, 2019

The Washington Nationals came into the 2019 season with some of the lowest expectations in the league. They started the offseason by losing their star player, Bryce Harper, in free agency to a divisional rival. No one expected Washington to make a deep playoff run. Washington was twelve games under .500 in ...

Warrior Weekly: Biggest Takeaways from NHL Opening Week

Warrior Weekly: Biggest Takeaways from NHL Opening Week

Aiden Chitkara

October 11, 2019

October 2 marked the opening day of the 2019-2020 National Hockey League(NHL) season. Eight teams took the ice to play and to watch the St. Louis’ Stanley Cup banner reveal. The rest of the league took to the ice over the following days, marking the debuts of Phil Kessel, Joe Pavelski, Sergei Bobrovsky ...

Warrior Weekly: A College Football Season Update

Warrior Weekly: A College Football Season Update

Max Brande

October 3, 2019

Week five in the world of college football has come to an end, and to be completely honest, I’m not impressed. The week six Associated Press (AP) poll was released on Sunday, Sept. 29, and the top ten teams are as follows:  Alabama Clemson Georgia Ohio State LSU Oklahoma Auburn Wi...

Warrior Weekly: Antonio Brown’s Downfall

Warrior Weekly: Antonio Brown’s Downfall

CJ Brown

September 27, 2019

When the Patriots signed Antonio Brown, I immediately started to compare it to our Randy Moss acquisition in 2007. That acquisition led to the single greatest regular season in Patriots history. As a Pats fan, I couldn’t help but think that this big-name wide receiver signing was exactly the piece...

Warrior Weekly: PLL Launches Successful Inaugural Weekend

Warrior Weekly: PLL Launches Successful Inaugural Weekend

Aiden Chitkara

June 12, 2019

The first ever NFL game was  in 1920, the first ever MLB game was in 1876 and the first ever PLL game was on June 1, last Saturday. The PLL (Premier Lacrosse League) played its inaugural game in Boston last weekend. The league is made up of six teams, none of which have a “home” field. The le...

Warrior Weekly: NCAA Men’s lacrosse playoff preview

Warrior Weekly: NCAA Men’s lacrosse playoff preview

Aiden Chitkara

May 12, 2019

What an exciting time in sports. We just witnessed the first ever Kentucky Derby where the first horse to cross the finish line was not crowned champion. Tiger Woods won The Masters for the first time since 2005, and  we are in the middle of the NHL and NBA playoffs with significant upsets happening...

Warrior Weekly: Red Sox season preview

Warrior Weekly: Red Sox season preview

Charlie Moore

March 28, 2019

“...And the best team in baseball wins it all in 2018!” Joe Buck’s voice echoes over the FOX broadcast of the 2018 World Series. Chris Sale had just dealt Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado a particularly nasty 1-2 slider to strike him out. The 2018 Boston Red Sox had the best record in...

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