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Patriots Progress Overshadowed By Another Series Loss ((BETTER))

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On July 14, 1765, in the Adamses' little farmhouse, John and Abigail's first child, Abigail, was born."Nabby," as she was called, was followed by John Quincy Adams on July 11, 1767, Susanna (who died just after her first year), Charles, and Thomas Boylston.In the spring of the following year, John Adams moved his family to Boston because his work was located there. The Adamses became a part of a social circle that included such patriots as John's cousin Samuel Adams, John Hancock, James Otis, and Joseph Warren. But soon there was little time for socializing as dramatic events in Boston overshadowed other concerns. Abigail's loyalty to her husband was tested by one such event, the Boston Massacre on March 5, 1770. At the risk of his own popularity and career, John Adams chose to defend eight British soldiers and their captain, accused of murdering five Americans.

The year 1800 was bittersweet for the Adamses. In November John and Abigail became the first occupants of the Executive Mansion in Washington, D.C. (today the White House). Meanwhile, their son John Quincy was distinguishing himself abroad as the U.S. minister to Prussia. Eleven months of relative joy, however, was soon overshadowed by a December that brought sadness to the Adams family when they suffered the untimely death of their son Charles, and John's loss to Thomas Jefferson in the election of 1800.

Trubisky, to be clear, hasn't been the sole sore spot on an offense that mustered just 14 points in a Week 2 loss to the Patriots and nearly got outdone by a turnover-happy Bengals team in Week 1. The Steelers' remade O-line is still a work in progress, and featured back Najee Harris has averaged all of 2.9 yards per carry through two games. But statistically and visually, the ex-Bears starter has been thoroughly "bleh." His passer rating (76.1) ranks 29th among active starters, he's completing under 60% of his throws, and he's averaging fewer yards per attempt (5.1) than literally every other first-string QB in the NFL.

But what progress there was for Seattle's defense was overshadowed by a few big plays that were huge difference-makers, most notably a pair of touchdown passes to a wide-open George Kittle. The 49ers opened the scoring with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Kittle that featured some nifty misdirection that got the Seahawks defense out of position and left the Pro-Bowl tight end open in the middle of the field for the score. Later in the game, Kittle again found himself wide open for a big gain, and after making a couple of defenders miss downfield, he ran into the end zone for a 58-yard score. Fellow tight end Tyler Kroft found himself open for a 28-yard catch later in the game, meaning 110 of Brock Purdy's 217 yards came on three plays.

Unrivaled on the draft-and-develop wide receiver scene, the Steelers (4-7) showed off their latest prize Monday. George Pickens looks set to move Diontae Johnson to WR2 status. Pickens only caught three passes for 57 yards (plus a two-point conversion), but his slick sideline grab and diving third-down conversion moved chains on touchdown drives. The Georgia product, who fell too far in the draft (No. 52) due to an ACL tear and character questions, keeps progressing. Pittsburgh's track record here -- the team will probably add another Round 2 wideout to its receiving corps next year after their Chase Claypool trade added an extra pick -- makes Pickens projections tantalizing.

There will be a rush to do a postmortem and try to detail the reasons the Bruins bowed out in the first round after suffering a 2-1 overtime loss to the Capitals in Game 7 of their first-round Eastern Conference playoff series. You can blame the power play (0 for 3 last night and 2 for 23 in the series), the play of Washington's playoff neophyte netminder Braden Holtby (2.00 goals against, .940 save percentage), or the lack of production from the Bruins' best players -- Rich Peverley (3 goals, 2 assists) and Andrew Ference (a goal and 3 assists) e

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