Posted 01/28/2015 08:58:38 EST
Great article. Thanks for posting.
Posted 01/28/2015 06:20:48 EST
and I have been here for almost thirty years. Moved here at the worst possible time, Nov 85.
Posted 01/28/2015 06:19:49 EST
I live in Chicago, anytime I have ever heard him mention the Pats, or BB, it was to bash them. Anytime I have ever heard him respond to a question about them, he bashed them.
Posted 01/28/2015 05:53:02 EST
Defends Bill and Tom, predicts a Pats win!
Posted 01/28/2015 05:47:11 EST
In response to chrisakawoody's comment: [QUOTE] This one: 2) They inflated their balls with cold air, or left them on the bus, until right before inspection, and they were checked to be within regula more »
Posted 01/28/2015 05:37:40 EST
Should we tell him that's not news, we've known it for awhile?
Posted 01/28/2015 05:35:30 EST
I've never seen a player so excited to be drafted. No inhibtions, like a kid on Christmas, and he still plays (on and off the field) the same way. A real pleasure to watch. Really glad he is on our te more »
Posted 01/27/2015 05:43:06 EST
In response to ccnsd's comment: In response to chrisakawoody's comment: [QUOTE] In response to TheExaminer's comment: [QUOTE] It's Irving Fryar. Because they cut him? No, wait - he cut himself. [o more »
Posted 01/27/2015 05:40:09 EST
Blount Force Trauma indeed.
Posted 01/27/2015 05:39:10 EST
Pats pump up the score (sorry TP, couldn't stop myself) 34-20.
Posted 01/27/2015 05:28:07 EST
In response to diane39's comment: In response to mthurl's comment: [QUOTE] If this was a common practice for the Patriots (deflating the balls) why in heck would they be doing it in a bathroom any more »
Posted 01/27/2015 05:20:40 EST
I think for the last few games we have been seeing the Pats having fun while kicking azz. I hope they have some new wrinkles for this game, and I hope they continue to kick azz and have fun.
Posted 01/26/2015 09:32:07 EST
In response to BostonBruinss' comment:
This week has been terrible. I swear this controversey led to me leaving my job on sick leave this week
Posted 01/26/2015 09:24:09 EST
At this point the nfl can't afford any controversial calls against the Pats. They look bad enough already.
Posted 01/26/2015 09:21:06 EST
Now THAT is what I have been waiting for. Thank you. Robert Kraft, greatest owner in all of sports.
Posted 01/26/2015 06:37:06 EST
The good that comes from it is that it has made it easy to know who should be put on "ignore".
Posted 01/25/2015 06:23:30 EST
And so appropriate.
Posted 01/25/2015 06:23:00 EST
Nice Papi. One of my all time favorite movies!
Posted 01/25/2015 06:18:28 EST
In answer to Tom, I am.
Posted 01/25/2015 11:07:11 EST
Heard the same sort of thing on espn radio yesterday. Since the Pats have the fewest fumbles of any nfl team since 2010, it must be because they have underinflated balls.
Posted 01/25/2015 10:21:15 EST
I was listening to espn this morning (I know, I know, but I was in my car for two hrs.), they had a science guy who agreed with everything Bill said. Of course the immediately went to a former Bears p more »
Posted 01/25/2015 10:11:22 EST
Here is what I found most interesting. "So if there's activity in the ball relative to the rubbing process, that explains why when we gave them to the officials, and the officials put it at let's say more »
Posted 01/24/2015 11:32:05 EST
I think most believe that OJ was guilty, why would this be a good slogan for TB?
Posted 01/24/2015 11:21:32 EST
In response to mthurl's comment: I really wonder how all this will affect the team, because this isn't your usual slight against the organization, this is huge. No one likes us right now. We are publi more »
Posted 01/23/2015 09:40:14 EST
At least come out and say you believe your head coach and your quarterback.
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