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BSE Week in Review

Take a look at all the articles posted by the Boston Sports Extra crew from last week. Enjoy and restart the discussion! McHale’s Musings Vol. 4: A Whirlwind Week @PatriotsExtra News What Bennett’s Rotator Cuff Injury Means for the Patriots Martysaurus Rex Returns to New England Breaking Down Potential Wild Card Weekend A Big Impact Five College Quarterbacks Who Could Be Brady’s Successor We all know Brady’s successor is still playing peewee ball. — Christopher Pickett (@chrispick1989) November 6, 2017 Probably should check the high schools too — Bills on PFS (@spot_bills) November 6, 2017 Belichick breaks the “Patriot Way” for Brady How Injuries and Actions May Really Hurt the NFL Longterm @BruinsExtra News Bruce Cassidy Keeping Bruins Season Afloat Boston Bruins Face Chicago Blackhawks In 2019 Winter Classic Awesome! Finally–A winter classic worth watching. — TyCobbsTeeth (@RSmithThrillers) November 8, 2017 A DIFFERENT FEEL FROM THE 2011 STANLEY CUP CHAMPS Grading the Boston Bruins Aftter The First Month of The NHL Season Bruins Inconsistencies Continue vs Capitals Time For Bruins To Move On From Matt Beleskey? @CelticExtra News The Celtics Have A Big Man Problem In the Best Way Possible On “Lonzo Wednesday” Secondary Storylines Carry More Weight Nets/Lakers Played, And It Mattered Celtics Bench Stepping Up amid Increased Pressure Boston Celtics Ups and Downs – Week 3 The Celtics Have Their Signature Win *The first of many signature...

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A Big Impact

Which trade has made a bigger impact to the New England Patriots this season? The blockbuster trade that sent the scrappy, young Jacoby Brissett to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a speedster in Phillip Dorsett? Or giving the Detroit Lions a 2019 sixth round pick for special teamer and secondary depth player Johnson Bademosi? Midseason returns would indicate that the home run of those trades is for Bademosi. Injuries to Gilmore and Rowe were decimating the Patriots secondary and Bademosi stepped in admirably. He has defended against quarterbacks Matt Ryan, Philip Rivers and Josh McCown. Bademosi has solidified himself as a valued member of the rotation and a core special teams player. Poised to make a big impact for the rest of this season and beyond. But who is the man that now wears the silver helmet? Is He the 1st Generation Son of Nigerian Immigrants? His parents, Henry and Margaret have worked hard since coming to this country to provide the best possible opportunity for their children. A standout at the Gonzaga High School in Washington D.C., Bademosi continued his journey by becoming a rugby, track and field, and a football athlete for the private school. He made a impact on the field as well as off, becoming the recipient of the Maurice “Maus” Collins Award. This award is given for displaying excellence and leadership away from...

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