The Almost All-Time New England Patriots Offense

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Published: July 15, 2009

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... seemed to take a backseat to baseball, basketball, and even hockey. They had their first professional football franchise in 1929, when the Boston Bulldogs came to town. The Bulldogs were actually the Pottsville Maroons, the 1925 NFL Champions who had their title stripped from them in a controversial move by the league. They had moved to Boston for financial reasons, but only lasted one season before folding. The Boston Braves were formed in 1932, but soon moved to Washington D.C. because of the lack of support from the community. They were a team that featured three Hall Of Fame members, and played their games in Fenway Park. After losing in the 1936 NFL Championship Game before a sparse crowd, owner George Preston Marshall moved the team out of town. They are now known as the Washington Redskins. The Boston Yanks came to town in 1944, and struggled to gain a fan following. They left for New York after the 1948 season. The area would not have another professional foot...

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The Almost All-Time New England Patriots Offense

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for NFLSportChannel.com

Published: July 15, 2009

commentComment         Print This Post Print This Post

... seemed to take a backseat to baseball, basketball, and even hockey. They had their first professional football franchise in 1929, when the Boston Bulldogs came to town. The Bulldogs were actually the Pottsville Maroons, the 1925 NFL Champions who had their title stripped from them in a controversial move by the league. They had moved to Boston for financial reasons, but only lasted one season before folding. The Boston Braves were formed in 1932, but soon moved to Washington D.C. because of the lack of support from the community. They were a team that featured three Hall Of Fame members, and played their games in Fenway Park. After losing in the 1936 NFL Championship Game before a sparse crowd, owner George Preston Marshall moved the team out of town. They are now known as the Washington Redskins. The Boston Yanks came to town in 1944, and struggled to gain a fan following. They left for New York after the 1948 season. The area would not have another professional foot...

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