Red Sox, Celtics, Patriots, Bruins Can Pin Problems on Sketchy Drawings That Doomed Their Seasons

What a year it could have been for Boston sports teams.

The Red Sox started with so much promise. The Celtics were within one game of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Patriots were winning the Super Bowl down the stretch. The Bruins were defending Stanley Cup champs.

But instead of championships in every sport, the Red Sox are recovering from one of their worst seasons in years, the Celtics lost both the East and Ray Allen to the Heat, the Patriots folded against the Giants (again) and the Bruins are now preparing for an NHL lockout.

Who can be blamed for all this? The man who has drawn their doom all year long, of course: Will O’Toole. Somebody has to take the heat. The NESN cartoonist obliges.