I guess Felger and Mazz are finding that it is impossible to be both a contrarian AND say that the Giants are going to roll, since everyone seems to be saying the Giants will win.
They’ve now changed course and are talking like the Patriots might actually have a chance in this one. It’s easy to be a popular radio host in Boston apparently – just figure out what most people are are thinking, and go the opposite way.
With the last full-team media sessions today, things should settle down a bit in the trash-talk and guarantee department.
I have limited access today, so here are some of the top stories from this morning:
‘Scar’ runs deep – Greg A Bedard with a feature on Dante Scarnecchia, maybe the best yet.
Brandon Spikes proves hometown not a dead end – Ian Rapoport has the Patriots second-year linebacker overcoming his childhood environment to make it to the Super Bowl.
Matt Light doesn’t get too serious – Mike Reiss says that the offensive lineman’s job is simple – keep Tom Brady safe and his teammates laughing.
What we learned Wednesday: Led by Wilfork, the Pats’ defensive line is playing its best football of the year – Christopher Price looks at what we can take from Wednesday’s activities.
Getting the word from Bird – Dan Shaughnessy talks to Larry Legend.