What to watch with no live sports: Randy Moss Patriots highlights

Former New England Patriots receiver Randy Moss
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It's been over two weeks without live sports now. Feels like six months.
If you haven’t lost all hope and resorted to books with no pictures, I’ve got viewing options to get you through the self-quarantine. Use them however you see fit: as a guide, a jumping-off point or even a gauge of what you should socially distance yourself from. Whatever helps.
Here are some ideas for Monday, March 31:


Even if you’re not a big fan of his work, there’s at least one Quentin Tarantino movie out there for everyone. If I had to pick one, it’d be Inglourious Basterds, which happens to be available on Netflix.

Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are also on there, as is The Hateful Eight.


NESN has a pair of Red Sox games scheduled, followed by the sixth game of Bruins-Canadiens in the 2011 Eastern Conference Quarter Finals at 9 p.m.

The first Sox game is a replay of Dustin Pedroia’s first career five-hit game, which was against the Giants on June 15, 2007. That starts at 5 p.m., then you get the final game of the 2013 ALCS at 7 p.m.


Here’s a throwback for you: Randy Moss on the Patriots. For those who forgot just how good he and Tom Brady were together — like me — this is definitely a must-watch.