Sometimes when the popular opinion sides so strongly with one team, the words “trap game” begin to be uttered. Might the Patriots be in for a tougher test than many expect?
The central idea to this discussion is simple: The NFL is full of lousy teams.
Gronk’s superhuman displays, Gray’s night-of-a-lifetime, Brady’s imperfections — it’s all covered in the leftover Patriots thoughts.
Pedro Martinez got absolutely hosed in 1999, and until history rights that horrific wrong, no pitcher deserves the accolade.
Just how bad is it for the Bruins? And, more importantly, is there anything the players, coaches and front office staff can do to turn things around quickly?
I’ve been thinking a lot about statistics recently. Namely, I wonder if they’re becoming meaningless.
It should be another interesting week in the NFL. Well, sort of.
Peyton Manning’s epic struggles in Foxboro, T.J. Ward’s cheap shot on Rob Gronkowski and much, much more fill this week’s leftover thoughts.
“We’re not playing fantasy football here. We’re trying to win.”
Tom Brady doesn’t want to be compared to Peyton Manning. He just wants to keep on working to earn his teammates’ respect.