You've heard this one a million times before. If Mo Lewis doesn't hospitalize Drew Bledsoe in 2001, Tom Brady never sees the field, and the Patriots never win a Super Bowl. People who are trying to minimize Brady's Hall of Fame career, after they've screamed "Tuck Rule" and "Deflategate" and are
Are the Patriots Only Successful Because They Play in a Weak Division?Tom Brady has the easiest route... put his ass in our division and see what he does!!! #salty!!
— Earl Thomas (@Earl_Thomas) January 15, 2017This isn't a new argument, you see it in the countless comments sections. It always goes
Why, you may ask, am I writing about the Tuck Rule play, which happened 15 years ago.Well, I stumbled across an interview Norman Chad did with NPR last month. I then found another column he'd written on the subject. As a columnist, I like Chad when he'd written for Sports Illustrated.
Dear Giants fans,
We need to talk. Consider this an intervention. I hate to break this to you, but New Englanders are over "18-1". That Giants win was ten years ago. 2011 was 6 years ago.Were this 2012, or even 2013 these might have some sting to them. I know, that
Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all-time. (Keith Allison photo, via flickr, creative commons license)With the Patriots last Super Bowl championship, it would seem that the debate as to who's the best quarterback in NFL history should be over. For most people, the debate was over after the win
It's been two years, and still there are people trying to take away credit from Malcolm Butler. Whenever they talk about the end of Super Bowl XLIX, they talk about Pete Carroll's decision to pass the ball, instead of handing it to Marshawn Lynch. This makes one of the more