Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

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    Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

    I listen to the radio and visit message boards and all I ever hear or read is how the Patriots organization is the most evil thing since the third reich.

     
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    Re: Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

    Maybe if there was more good news to come out of Foxboro lately they'd have something to talk about in a positive light?

    Welker

    Hernandez

    Dennard

    Amendola injury

    Dowling

    There has been plenty of talk about Tompkins.  Other than that, Brady not being injured was good news that was covered extensively also.

    Anything else positive?

     
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    Re: Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

    Tommy Kelly. Amendola outstanding since he's been here. Dobson and Boyce coming along. Josh Kline looking great in his preseason. Blount impressing.  Svitek showing up in more than one O Line spot.

    That's for REAL fans, NAS. You're not one of them and know little about football. You read a couple articles and think you know.

    Sudfeld emerging as a Hernandez replacement.  

    Logan Ryan looking quite good in camp and in preseason as well.  There are many positives with this team right now, but certains selfish, agenda-driven writers want no one to know about those things.



    Yeeeehaw!  Guys who won't be starting won't be cut...yet.

    Forget the trouble in Syria, stories about Josh Kline would be on the front page if the media didn't hate the Pats.

     
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    Re: Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

    When the Pats start crushing teams and are in contention for a playoff BYE the media will say that they knew all along that the Patriots made the right moves and overcame adversity. Happens every year. Remember how the Bills were supposed to win the AFC East after they got Mario Williams and Fitzpatrick looked decent? Oh yeah... 

    This year the Dolphins are going to unseat us because of their new pieces and our losses. Hahaha the media are a bunch of clowns.

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    Re: Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    Maybe if there was more good news to come out of Foxboro lately they'd have something to talk about in a positive light?

    Welker

    Hernandez

    Dennard

    Amendola injury

    Dowling

    There has been plenty of talk about Tompkins.  Other than that, Brady not being injured was good news that was covered extensively also.

    Anything else positive?



    Yes the season starts in 8 days.

     
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    Re: Is there any media outlet that has good things to say about the Pats?

    It is the off season so what do you expect - THE big story this off-season was a star football player being arrested and charged with a gangland style murder. The fact he was a NE Patriot is going to lead to lots of negative publicity for the team and a lot of national press.

    Throw in a completely revamped receiving core, a little legal issue for a db, and no games that actually mean something and you aren't going to see a lot of great press.

    On the other hand, there is some good news about rookie receivers and TEs, Brady looking great, Amendola looking great, and it hasn't been all gloom and doom - but those aren't really 'national' stories.

     
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