When we think of media outlets doing the NFL's dirty work, we've come to think of ESPN. Rightfully so. The leak to Chris Mortensen and Gerry Austin as well as their consistent false statements on the Patriots really cement that fact. ESPN has seen Disney stock drop, and with more and more people cutting the cord, their … Continue reading The Monday Morning Quarterback Needs To Be Benched
Going into yesterday, most people expected the Patriots to beat up on the Oakland Raiders, who were making their second East coast trip in three weeks, and heading out to London for next week's game. The Raiders put up a fight, and the Patriots continued their struggle to put the ball in the end zone … Continue reading Long Way To Go For Patriots
The rise of Peter King in the sports media world is a curious one. The 57-year-old King really vaulted into prominence when he began writing the weekly Monday Morning Quarterback column back in the 1990's. The Internet was still new, and getting this fast overview of the weekend's football action was a popular idea that … Continue reading Peter King Needs To Turn The Finger-Wag On Himself For Once
Just another day in the world of the Boston sports media. In the morning, we had Pete Sheppard taking on Ron Borges on the Dennis and Callahan Morning Show. Borges, as usual sounded like a raving madman, screaming, yelling and cursing on the air- getting bleeped out, shouting down any accusations or points made against … Continue reading Ron Borges Caught In Another Lie, Mazz Making Stuff Up, and Peter King’s Laughable Rationalization
Let's do some linkage on this Super Bowl Weekend. The Weekend Viewing Picks have my sports and entertainment suggestions. Time for your links. As you can imagine, many of the stories will deal with Sunday's Super Bowl. National Michael Hiestand of USA Today talks with NBC's Bob Costas about his past experiences in hosing a … Continue reading The Super Bowl Weekend Megalinks
I am. We have to give (Boston's own) Peter King credit for scoring the first extensive interview with Tom Brady since the Patriots' All-World quarterback was lost for the season on opening day last September. In the story, (Tom Brady is Back ) posted on SI.com, we see clearly that #12 has lost none of the fire … Continue reading Are You Ready For Some Football?
Disclaimer: The point of this post is by no means to discredit what the Philadelphia Eagles did on draft weekend. They clearly made some nice moves. The motivation is to shine the light on Peter King for being something of a hypocrite for his gushing praise at the Eagles for doing the very same thing that … Continue reading Watching Peter King