NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is not welcome in New England especially Maine. Goodell owns a summer home in Scarborough and had gone as far as hiring security after he upheld Patriots QB Tom Brady’s suspension.
Richard Pate of Biddeford, Maine hired a plane tofly a banner over the Goodell compound. It reads, “Comm. Goodell Jet home To N.Y.” Obviously, this is a jab at the fraudulent NFL ruler and the Jets fan who flew a banner over Gillette Stadium reading, “Cheaters – Look Up”.
“I went over to [a pilot] and asked if he’d be willing to fly a banner, and he was more than happy to…” Pate said. “You know, the irony is I don’t remember the Jets winning many Superbowls, maybe one back in the 60s.”
It has been over 6 months that the sham that is “Deflategate” has dragged on. Day by day the NFL is taking the crown as the laughing stock of professional sports with their whole bumbling Keystone Cops routine. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and his legion of minions are continuing to destroy the great game of football. So much so that people may question if Roger Goodell is even human at all.
And if you ask Tom Brady and Bill Belichick they know that Goodell is nothing more than a cyborg sent to destroy the world….
Can we just end this nonsense and just let the Patriots and Tom Brady rip the hearts out of their opponents’ chests on route to back to back Super Bowl Championships?
Is it New Year’s Day yet? January 1, 2016 can not get here fast enough for Boston Bruins fans. After an extremely disappointing 2014-5 season, supporters of the Black & Gold are anxious to see the new look B’s.
And they will take center stage at the 2016 Winter Classic versus their hated rivals, the Montreal Canadiens. Both of these storied franchises will take the ice at the home of another storied and much hated (they hate us because they ain’t us) sports franchise, the New England Patriots.
If this video doesn’t get your Bruins hockey lovin’ blood pumping…you better check your pulse!
Now that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has captured his fourth Super Bowl championship, the greatest of all time debate with Hall Of Famer Joe Montana is in full bloom. Granted Montana is undefeated in the big game (4-0), but is it more impressive that Brady has played in six Super Bowls (getting the 2011 team there on his arm alone)? If you ask me the answer is yes.
It is better to get there and lose than not get there at all (unless you are the Buffalo Bills) especially in the free agency era.
Regarding surrounding talent, TB12 had no one remotely close to Jerry Rice (aside from Randy Moss for the record breaking season of 2007) to throw the ball to and it could be argued that John Taylor was even better than 85% of Brady’s pass catchers over his career. But don’t let me sway you, watch this incredible video and make your own decision.
Based on what you just saw, what is your choice for the Greatest Quarterback in NFL History? Leave your comments below!