Here’s something most of New England wouldn’t have predicted when they plunked down in front of their Honey Nut Cheerios on Sunday morning: The Red Sox's offense would be as prolific as the Patriots offense that afternoon.
That may be more a commentary on the sad state of affairs in Foxboro than an endorsement of the Sox lineup—they were playing Baltimore, of course—but it’s an interesting factoid when you consider only three weeks ago the Red Sox were scrapping for a postseason berth while the Pats were all but penciled in to the Super Bowl by most of the nationwide media.
My how times have changed. By the time the sun set Sunday, the Red Sox were closer to the Yankees than they were the Rangers and may actually enter this weekend’ ...
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Article written by Keith Testa