Less than a year removed from the team, Kelyn Rowe is back in New England after the club officially signed the midfielder on Wednesday. Rowe spent the 2019 season as a member of the Colorado Rapids, Sporting Kansas City, Swope Park Rangers and Real Salt Lake. He grabbed 2 assists in 18 matches at the MLS level. In Rowe’s short USL stint, he was able to earn 3 goals in only 4 matches which earned him USL Team of the Week Honors in July. Rowe, a Seattle native, was traded to Colorado by the Revs last December in exchange for Edgar Castillo. Kelyn was then immediately sent to Sporting Kansas City, as Diego Rubio, 200k of GAM, and 100k of TAM went the other way.
Another rough week, as we saw the bottom 3 teams in the NFL win. An astronomical anomaly in my opinion. I’m going to say things should return to normal this week, but what do I know? Here are my predictions for week 14, including a hope and a prayer for my hometown Patriots.
With almost a quarter of the NBA season in the books, we've got just enough of a sample size to make way too early All-Star game predictions. When it comes to the Celtics' guys, the question isn't whether or not one of them will make the game, but rather, how many of them will. Since the "Big 3" era, the Celtics have only had two players make the All-Star game in the same year once -- in 2017-2018 when Kyrie Irving and Al Horford both made it. This year, its starting to look like they'll have at least two players making the trip to Chicago that weekend, and the only question is which two it will be, and whether or not they can get a 3rd or 4th guy there as well.