Here are the ups and the downs from the Patriots’ come-from-behind 17-16 victory over the Panthers.
Follow along as the Patriots take on the Panthers in the all-important third preseason game.
“I’m wrong a lot, a lot of people are wrong a lot, and they just can say it. And some people can’t.”
If the third preseason game is the most important one, it ought to be an interesting show on Friday night — for a number of reasons.
The Falcons’ cheating vs. DeflateGate does not line up apples to apples, but it’s close enough to raise eyebrows.
The fact that somebody’s played difficult positions in the infield does not mean he can easily play first base like a professional. Just look at A-Rod.
A competent, fair and reasonable commissioner would have ended the story before it ever began. Instead, we get Roger Goodell.
If you think DeflateGate is annoying, why don’t you try on Spygate for size?
Judge Berman continues to express strong, strong doubts about the very foundation of the NFL’s case against Tom Brady.
Not too much should be gleaned from a game in which 28 Patriots did not play at all, but there were some performances worthy of analysis.