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July 10, 2010
GALAXY TONIGHT AT NEW ENGLAND When: 4:30 Where: Gillette Stadium On the air: TV: PrimeTicket; Radio: 1150, 1330 AM. Records: Galaxy 11-1-3, Revolution 3-9-2. Update: The Galaxy continues to maintain the best record in the league and it has a six-point lead at the top of the Western Conference. New England has lost three consecutive games. The Galaxy beat the Revolution in the season opener, 1-0, on March 27. — DeAnte Prince
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January 16, 2011 | By Sam Farmer
Same old Jets. Back in the AFC championship game. Unbelievably, undeniably, unapologetically back. "Only thing is, we plan on winning this one," a beaming Coach Rex Ryan said after his 10-point underdogs defeated the New England Patriots, 28-21, in a divisional playoff game at Gillette Stadium. The victory came on the same field where the Jets lost by 42 six weeks earlier. Just as it turned that tiresome refrain ? "Same old Jets" ? on its head, New York flipped Tom Brady's world upside-down.
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September 11, 2008 | Grahame L. Jones
at New England, 4 p.m. PDT, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes Site -- Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. Radio -- 690. Records -- Chivas USA 8-9-6; Revolution 11-7-5. Record vs. Revolution -- 0-1-0. Update -- Coming off consecutive victories over Toronto, Chivas USA is in third place in the Western Conference and faces a New England team that is in a mini-slump. The Revolution has gone 1-3-2 in MLS play since winning the SuperLiga tournament and has dropped from first place to third in the Eastern Conference.
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December 5, 2010 | By Sam Farmer
The forecast for Monday night's AFC showdown between the New York Jets and New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium calls for a 30% chance of precipitation, and it certainly will be cold enough for flurries. Regardless, Jets Coach Rex Ryan believes he and his team already have been buried beneath a full-fledged snow job. Ryan thinks the Patriots weren't overflowing with sincerity last week when they repeatedly referred to the Jets as a "great team. " It sounded respectful enough, but the way Ryan sees it, New England Coach Bill Belichick and his players were taking a tongue-in-cheek swipe at the Jets, who share an NFL-best 9-2 record with them.
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August 30, 2008 | Grahame L. Jones
at New England, 4:30 PDT HDNet, FSN Prime Ticket Site -- Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. Radio -- 570, 1330 (Spanish). Records -- Galaxy 6-9-6, Revolution 11-6-4. Record vs Revolution -- 0-1-0. Update -- The Galaxy has nine games left in the regular season. It its last nine games, the Galaxy has gone 0-5-4 and has been outscored, 22-12. Conclusion? The next nine games will not be enough to salvage a playoff berth. But new Coach Bruce Arena lives in hope, and the return of David Beckham from his cameo role at the Beijing Olympics, the return of Landon Donovan from Guatemala and the arrival of Eddie Lewis have Arena believing that something can be salvaged from this wreck of a season.
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December 5, 2010 | By Sam Farmer
The forecast for Monday night's AFC showdown between the New York Jets and New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium calls for a 30% chance of precipitation, and it certainly will be cold enough for flurries. Regardless, Jets Coach Rex Ryan believes he and his team already have been buried beneath a full-fledged snow job. Ryan thinks the Patriots weren't overflowing with sincerity last week when they repeatedly referred to the Jets as a "great team. " It sounded respectful enough, but the way Ryan sees it, New England Coach Bill Belichick and his players were taking a tongue-in-cheek swipe at the Jets, who share an NFL-best 9-2 record with them.
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February 4, 2005
Results from the 2004 NFL Players Assn. surfaces opinion survey. A total of 1,514 active NFL players voluntarily filled out survey forms from September through November: BEST PLAYING FIELDS 1. Tampa Bay, Raymond James Stadium 2. Arizona, Sun Devil Stadium 3. Carolina, Bank of America Stadium 4. Houston, Reliant Stadium 5. Seattle, QWest Field 6. Baltimore, M&T Bank Stadium 7. Jacksonville, Alltel Stadium 8. Denver, Invesco Field at Mile High 9. Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field 10.
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August 8, 2009 | Grahame L. Jones
Galaxy tonight AT NEW ENGLAND Time : 3 p.m. PDT. On the air : TV: FSC, FSE. Radio: 570, 1330. Where : Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. Records : Galaxy 6-3-10, Revolution 6-5-6. Record vs. Revolution : 1-0-0. Update : The Galaxy is in third place in the Western Conference and in fifth place overall in the league, well-positioned for the playoffs with 11 regular-season games remaining. The Galaxy has lost only three matches this season, tied for the league-low with Columbus and Chicago.
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September 15, 2009 | Associated Press
Back on center stage, Tom Brady acted like, well, the NFL's biggest star. It seemed to take forever, though. A year after being sidelined with torn knee ligaments, Brady resembled a rusty game manager more than the invincible record-setting quarterback who guided the Patriots to a perfect 2007 regular season. Yet, he threw two touchdown passes in the final 2:06 as New England beat the Buffalo Bills, 25-24, on Monday night. When the spotlight hit, Brady lived up to the advance billing.
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June 10, 2003 | Grahame L. Jones, Times Staff Writer
Under plans still being completed, the United States Soccer Federation will stage the final of the fourth FIFA Women's World Cup at the Home Depot Center in Carson, probably on Sunday, Oct. 12, and will put on the semifinals as a doubleheader at PGE Park in Portland, Ore. The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, site of the 1999 championship game, and Spartan Stadium in San Jose, appear to be no longer in the running as venues.
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July 10, 2010
GALAXY TONIGHT AT NEW ENGLAND When: 4:30 Where: Gillette Stadium On the air: TV: PrimeTicket; Radio: 1150, 1330 AM. Records: Galaxy 11-1-3, Revolution 3-9-2. Update: The Galaxy continues to maintain the best record in the league and it has a six-point lead at the top of the Western Conference. New England has lost three consecutive games. The Galaxy beat the Revolution in the season opener, 1-0, on March 27. — DeAnte Prince
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December 27, 2009 | SAM FARMER, ON THE NFL
The New York Giants are moving on up -- they're reminded of that every time they catch a glimpse of the soon-to-be-completed $1.7-billion stadium next door -- but are they moving on this season? They probably can't afford to lose another game if they intend to stay in the hunt for a playoff spot. If they beat Carolina today, they might even be able to control their own destiny in the scramble for an NFC wild-card spot. But a loss to the Panthers, coupled with two likely scenarios -- Dallas beating Washington, and Green Bay beating Seattle -- would leave the Giants out in the cold.
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September 15, 2009 | Associated Press
Back on center stage, Tom Brady acted like, well, the NFL's biggest star. It seemed to take forever, though. A year after being sidelined with torn knee ligaments, Brady resembled a rusty game manager more than the invincible record-setting quarterback who guided the Patriots to a perfect 2007 regular season. Yet, he threw two touchdown passes in the final 2:06 as New England beat the Buffalo Bills, 25-24, on Monday night. When the spotlight hit, Brady lived up to the advance billing.
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August 9, 2009 | Associated Press
Landon Donovan scored, then jumped into David Beckham's arms, and the Galaxy celebrated its fifth win in six games with a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution on Saturday night. The display of togetherness came barely two months after Donovan criticized Beckham's leadership and commitment in a book about Beckham's stint with the Galaxy. Donovan scored in the 21st minute, when Alan Gordon's shot ricocheted off Revolution defender Darius Barnes. Donovan volleyed the rebound from about 20 yards on the right that curled just inside the far post and past goalkeeper Matt Reis.
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August 8, 2009 | Grahame L. Jones
Galaxy tonight AT NEW ENGLAND Time : 3 p.m. PDT. On the air : TV: FSC, FSE. Radio: 570, 1330. Where : Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. Records : Galaxy 6-3-10, Revolution 6-5-6. Record vs. Revolution : 1-0-0. Update : The Galaxy is in third place in the Western Conference and in fifth place overall in the league, well-positioned for the playoffs with 11 regular-season games remaining. The Galaxy has lost only three matches this season, tied for the league-low with Columbus and Chicago.
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September 11, 2008 | Grahame L. Jones
at New England, 4 p.m. PDT, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes Site -- Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. Radio -- 690. Records -- Chivas USA 8-9-6; Revolution 11-7-5. Record vs. Revolution -- 0-1-0. Update -- Coming off consecutive victories over Toronto, Chivas USA is in third place in the Western Conference and faces a New England team that is in a mini-slump. The Revolution has gone 1-3-2 in MLS play since winning the SuperLiga tournament and has dropped from first place to third in the Eastern Conference.
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December 27, 2009 | SAM FARMER, ON THE NFL
The New York Giants are moving on up -- they're reminded of that every time they catch a glimpse of the soon-to-be-completed $1.7-billion stadium next door -- but are they moving on this season? They probably can't afford to lose another game if they intend to stay in the hunt for a playoff spot. If they beat Carolina today, they might even be able to control their own destiny in the scramble for an NFC wild-card spot. But a loss to the Panthers, coupled with two likely scenarios -- Dallas beating Washington, and Green Bay beating Seattle -- would leave the Giants out in the cold.
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January 16, 2011 | By Sam Farmer
Same old Jets. Back in the AFC championship game. Unbelievably, undeniably, unapologetically back. "Only thing is, we plan on winning this one," a beaming Coach Rex Ryan said after his 10-point underdogs defeated the New England Patriots, 28-21, in a divisional playoff game at Gillette Stadium. The victory came on the same field where the Jets lost by 42 six weeks earlier. Just as it turned that tiresome refrain ? "Same old Jets" ? on its head, New York flipped Tom Brady's world upside-down.
SPORTS
August 30, 2008 | Grahame L. Jones
at New England, 4:30 PDT HDNet, FSN Prime Ticket Site -- Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. Radio -- 570, 1330 (Spanish). Records -- Galaxy 6-9-6, Revolution 11-6-4. Record vs Revolution -- 0-1-0. Update -- The Galaxy has nine games left in the regular season. It its last nine games, the Galaxy has gone 0-5-4 and has been outscored, 22-12. Conclusion? The next nine games will not be enough to salvage a playoff berth. But new Coach Bruce Arena lives in hope, and the return of David Beckham from his cameo role at the Beijing Olympics, the return of Landon Donovan from Guatemala and the arrival of Eddie Lewis have Arena believing that something can be salvaged from this wreck of a season.
SPORTS
February 4, 2005
Results from the 2004 NFL Players Assn. surfaces opinion survey. A total of 1,514 active NFL players voluntarily filled out survey forms from September through November: BEST PLAYING FIELDS 1. Tampa Bay, Raymond James Stadium 2. Arizona, Sun Devil Stadium 3. Carolina, Bank of America Stadium 4. Houston, Reliant Stadium 5. Seattle, QWest Field 6. Baltimore, M&T Bank Stadium 7. Jacksonville, Alltel Stadium 8. Denver, Invesco Field at Mile High 9. Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field 10.
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