The Detroit Lions Pride Report: A New Era

Official Detroit Lions Reporter

By Sonja Greenfield // @Mom23RN

What Detroit Lions fans have known pretty much since week 15 (some figured this out even earlier), is that former New England defensive coordinator Matt Patricia was going to be the next head coach.  After a failure to make the playoffs this past season, Jim Caldwell‘s time was up.   It was officially announced this past Monday, and there was great rejoicing among One Pride Nation.

After years of mediocre success and playoff losses, the Lions are finally starting to put something together it seems.  Bob Quinn was brought in to take this team to the next level and he feels that Matt Patricia is the one to do it.

He was officially introduced today at a press conference.  He came looking more polished then he normally does on the Patriots sideline.

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Brady, Amendola Lead Patriots to Super Bowl

Official Patriots Reporter

By Traci McCartney //@traciamc

Jacksonville 20-24 New England

For the 8th time in the 16 years that Tom Brady has been a healthy starting quarterback for the New England Patriots with Bill Belichick as his head coach, the New England Patriots are going to the Super Bowl.

Let that sink in. It’s amazing, astonishing, and sounds impossible, but it’s true.

The Patriots beat the #1 passing defense in the AFC Championship game, 24-20 to advance to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis where they will take on the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles after their rout of the Minnesota Vikings.

All week, the media was talking about two things: Jacksonville’s defense and Brady’s injured throwing hand. Despite the 12 stitches at the base of this thumb, Brady was able to engineer his 11th game winning drive to seal the Patriots’ victory.

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Just Doing Her Job

Official Patriots Reporter

Traci McCartney is a mother, grandmother, wife, full-time professional and a sports addict. She is a New Englander transplanted to the California desert, obsessed with the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots.

Growing up, Traci’s father shared his love of sports with her, and through that they forged an unbreakable bond watching basketball, hockey, football and baseball on TV and in person.  One of her favorite memories was one year when she went home to Connecticut for Christmas.  She and her dad went out and bought a picture in picture TV so that they could watch more than one football game at a time.  It drove her mother insane!!

They loved watching football together.  She remembers loosing a lot when she was younger.  ESPECIALLY losing Super Bowl XX to the Bears.  Those were not good memories!  But she is very thankful for all the good times now.

This is Traci’s second season covering the Patriots as an official fan reporter.
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