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patspropaganda:

Inside the Patriots locker room after beating the Jets

Last night was the fist time I caught NFL Turning Point on Versus and I was blown away by it. It was as if someone took the epic nature of the NFL Films game highlights off of Inside the NFL and married them to X-and-O goodness of NFL Playbook to make a segment that lasted nearly fifteen minutes. It looks like I’ve just found my new favorite show!

patspropaganda:

Oh Tommy, let’s take this thing to the end of the line this year.

patspropaganda:

Oh Tommy, let’s take this thing to the end of the line this year.

(Source: drunk0ffhate)

tony-perfect:

Boston Rules as Best Sports City in America, As Judged by Ticket Prices
If you wanted to determine the best sports city in America, you could go a number of different routes. You could gauge by championships, which is a pretty cut-and-dry method, or by attendance, which is also a by-the-numbers approach. You could also try to estimate loyalty and passion, which is much harder to quantify and compare.
If you went by ticket prices, though, you’d have one easy answer: Boston.
SeatGeek, a website that analyzes ticket prices on the web, took a look at the average price for tickets in some of the biggest cities in the country, and Boston was deemed to have the most expensive seats.
While that’s not great news for fans, necessarily, it’s an indication of how badly fans want to see their teams play in person.
In Boston, the average ticket price for the Patriots, Bruins, Red Sox and Celtics is $118. Boston ranks first in MLB and the NHL and second in the NBA.
Just $5 behind is Chicago at $113, with New York in third at $112. Dallas’ average ticket price is $102, with Philadelphia rounding out the top five at $97.
Check out some graphs below from SeatGeek, which prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Boston is the best.

tony-perfect:

Boston Rules as Best Sports City in America, As Judged by Ticket Prices

If you wanted to determine the best sports city in America, you could go a number of different routes. You could gauge by championships, which is a pretty cut-and-dry method, or by attendance, which is also a by-the-numbers approach. You could also try to estimate loyalty and passion, which is much harder to quantify and compare.

If you went by ticket prices, though, you’d have one easy answer: Boston.

SeatGeek, a website that analyzes ticket prices on the web, took a look at the average price for tickets in some of the biggest cities in the country, and Boston was deemed to have the most expensive seats.

While that’s not great news for fans, necessarily, it’s an indication of how badly fans want to see their teams play in person.

In Boston, the average ticket price for the Patriots, Bruins, Red Sox and Celtics is $118. Boston ranks first in MLB and the NHL and second in the NBA.

Just $5 behind is Chicago at $113, with New York in third at $112. Dallas’ average ticket price is $102, with Philadelphia rounding out the top five at $97.

Check out some graphs below from SeatGeek, which prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Boston is the best.

patspropaganda:

Might be time to take the swag down a notch for this guy…

patspropaganda:

Might be time to take the swag down a notch for this guy…

(Source: patsfanfotoshop)

beantowncoverage:

Boston Bruin’s forward Tyler Seguin was named NHL First Star of the Week.

beantowncoverage:

Boston Bruin’s forward Tyler Seguin was named NHL First Star of the Week.

(Source: )

tony-perfect:

THANK YOU DEFENSE, YOU REALLY FUCKED THEM UP TONIGHT

tony-perfect:

THANK YOU DEFENSE, YOU REALLY FUCKED THEM UP TONIGHT

beantowncoverage:

BUFF VS BOS 
T. Seguin (Bruins - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 1
 The Boston Bruins win their fifth straight game with a score of 6-2 against the Buffalo Sabres.

beantowncoverage:

BUFF VS BOS 

T. Seguin (Bruins - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 1

The Boston Bruins win their fifth straight game with a score of 6-2 against the Buffalo Sabres.

(Source: )

patspropaganda:

They’re just rubbing it in my face by having Spikes in there.

patspropaganda:

Inside the Patriots locker room after beating the Jets

Last night was the fist time I caught NFL Turning Point on Versus and I was blown away by it. It was as if someone took the epic nature of the NFL Films game highlights off of Inside the NFL and married them to X-and-O goodness of NFL Playbook to make a segment that lasted nearly fifteen minutes. It looks like I’ve just found my new favorite show!

patspropaganda:

Oh Tommy, let’s take this thing to the end of the line this year.

patspropaganda:

Oh Tommy, let’s take this thing to the end of the line this year.

(Source: drunk0ffhate)

tony-perfect:

Boston Rules as Best Sports City in America, As Judged by Ticket Prices
If you wanted to determine the best sports city in America, you could go a number of different routes. You could gauge by championships, which is a pretty cut-and-dry method, or by attendance, which is also a by-the-numbers approach. You could also try to estimate loyalty and passion, which is much harder to quantify and compare.
If you went by ticket prices, though, you’d have one easy answer: Boston.
SeatGeek, a website that analyzes ticket prices on the web, took a look at the average price for tickets in some of the biggest cities in the country, and Boston was deemed to have the most expensive seats.
While that’s not great news for fans, necessarily, it’s an indication of how badly fans want to see their teams play in person.
In Boston, the average ticket price for the Patriots, Bruins, Red Sox and Celtics is $118. Boston ranks first in MLB and the NHL and second in the NBA.
Just $5 behind is Chicago at $113, with New York in third at $112. Dallas’ average ticket price is $102, with Philadelphia rounding out the top five at $97.
Check out some graphs below from SeatGeek, which prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Boston is the best.

tony-perfect:

Boston Rules as Best Sports City in America, As Judged by Ticket Prices

If you wanted to determine the best sports city in America, you could go a number of different routes. You could gauge by championships, which is a pretty cut-and-dry method, or by attendance, which is also a by-the-numbers approach. You could also try to estimate loyalty and passion, which is much harder to quantify and compare.

If you went by ticket prices, though, you’d have one easy answer: Boston.

SeatGeek, a website that analyzes ticket prices on the web, took a look at the average price for tickets in some of the biggest cities in the country, and Boston was deemed to have the most expensive seats.

While that’s not great news for fans, necessarily, it’s an indication of how badly fans want to see their teams play in person.

In Boston, the average ticket price for the Patriots, Bruins, Red Sox and Celtics is $118. Boston ranks first in MLB and the NHL and second in the NBA.

Just $5 behind is Chicago at $113, with New York in third at $112. Dallas’ average ticket price is $102, with Philadelphia rounding out the top five at $97.

Check out some graphs below from SeatGeek, which prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Boston is the best.

patspropaganda:

Might be time to take the swag down a notch for this guy…

patspropaganda:

Might be time to take the swag down a notch for this guy…

(Source: patsfanfotoshop)

beantowncoverage:

Boston Bruin’s forward Tyler Seguin was named NHL First Star of the Week.

beantowncoverage:

Boston Bruin’s forward Tyler Seguin was named NHL First Star of the Week.

(Source: )

tony-perfect:

THANK YOU DEFENSE, YOU REALLY FUCKED THEM UP TONIGHT

tony-perfect:

THANK YOU DEFENSE, YOU REALLY FUCKED THEM UP TONIGHT

beantowncoverage:

BUFF VS BOS 
T. Seguin (Bruins - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 1
 The Boston Bruins win their fifth straight game with a score of 6-2 against the Buffalo Sabres.

beantowncoverage:

BUFF VS BOS 

T. Seguin (Bruins - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 1

The Boston Bruins win their fifth straight game with a score of 6-2 against the Buffalo Sabres.

(Source: )

patspropaganda:

They’re just rubbing it in my face by having Spikes in there.

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