A couple items of interest this midday:

David Scott has The Boston Globe preparing for life without Gordon Edes, and at the same time gearing up to battle with the all-new WEEI.com by creating an internet-only Red Sox reporting position in addition to a replacement for Edes. Interesting stuff. Scott provides a list of potential hires by the Globe for the open spots.  

Boston magazine has 14 armchair psychologists (including Senator John Kerry, Michael Felger, Will Leitch, Gregg Easterbrook, and embattled author James Frey) break down the mind of Patriots coach Bill Belichick.



7 thoughts on “Globe Taking on WEEI.com? Boston Mag on Belichick

  1. If any article involves commentary by John Kerry or Gregg Easterbrook, I think I’ll pass on reading it.

    All I know is Bill Belichick is a brilliant football mind, is the best coach/mgr in all of professional sports, and he coaches my favorite football team.

    1. Asking Gregg Easterbrook to comment on Bill Belichick is like asking George Wallace to discuss the civil rights movement.


  2. When I saw the title I rolled my eyes but it was actually sorta interesting. Of course i skipped whatever Easterbooke had to say. Felger’s take was interesting. Talk about a flip flop!

  3. Why are they asking Easterbrook to comment? This is the same man who called on Belichick to resign, or for Goodell to either suspend him indefinitely or ban him from the NFL outright in his last TMQ column back in May. I would think the very mention of Belichick’s name would send Herr Gregggggg into convulsions.

  4. ……I’m at the point where to me it’s ALL ABOUT THE GAMES….I think I’ve O.D.’d on the opinions of all these clowns throught the years……14 armchair psychologists break down the mind of Belichick???…..ahhhhh…..I think I’ll pass.

  5. I think Felger uses the “Do business as business is being done” mantra every time he makes something up to tease a story (“Did Tom Brady leave practice early with an arm injury today? We’ve got the latest coming up!”). If Sportscenter pulls crap out of thin air to tease stories, and the Herald makes stuff up to create stories that wouldn’t otherwise exist, Felger’s just doing business as business is being done!

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