Get the latest BOSTON sports teams, scores, stats, news, standings, rumors fantasy games, and more on ESPNBOSTON.com. Michael L. Reiss (born September 15, 1959) is an American television comedy writer and author. Mailbag: Mike Reiss Blogger and college football reporter Heather Dinich will be covering the ACC this season, and is looking for your questions and comments! N.E. Get the latest BOSTON sports teams, scores, stats, news, standings, rumors fantasy games, and more on ESPNBOSTON.com. “A guy like Mike, who’s always been very professional in what he did, I was grateful for that. It’s understandable: the author and Patriots beat reporter for ESPN has … By Mike Reiss espn.com.au — Quick-hit thoughts and notes around the New England Patriots and NFL:1. MikeReiss.net With now-former Patriot Tom Brady and his longtime teammate Gronkowski playing for the Buccaneers, ESPN NFL insider Mike Reiss told Western Mass News the Patriots will need some new weapons. Ask Mike Reiss what his top NFL moments are and he can’t list just one. Top Headlines. Just fill out the form below to send Heather Dinich a message! Quick-hit thoughts and notes around the New England Patriots and NFL: 1. Doug Kezirian picks the Bears as his worst team to peg against the spread while Preston Johnson goes with the Patriots. … Because he was Mike Reiss, I felt like this was the time to do it.” — Former Patriots OL Matt Light, explaining why he revealed his career-long battle with Crohn’s disease to Mike ... Mike Reiss, ESPN Staff Writer 5d ago. On Thursday, ESPNBoston.com New England Patriots blogger Mike Reiss stops by to chat. He served as a show-runner, writer and producer for the animated series The Simpsons and co-created the animated series The Critic.He created and wrote the webtoon Queer Duck and has also worked on screenplays including: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, The Simpsons Movie and My Life in Ruins Reiss joined ESPNBoston.com in September and is a native New Englander who has stayed close to his roots. bishop laughs at Brady's chances with Bucs; Mike Reiss Covering the Patriots for ESPN, and enjoying the journey.