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It has become very clear who heads the Patriots Psychological War Department....Mr. Bruschi. Oh sure, he walks down the street glad-handing local fans. Poses for photos with soccer moms. Signs autographs for Jerry from Somerville. Fulfills media obligations. But this former Patriots legend is under assignment. Self imposed? Possibly. Under marching orders from his former commander? Does anyone really know that answer?
What we do know is clear. Teddy has infiltrated the "national sports media complex"...a ministry devoted to the destruction of all Patriots' accomplishments. He has been granted a platform to reveal the inner machinaries that lie inside Fort Gillette.
Sure Agent Bruschi has played his role well. Criticize the defense. Question decision making. Well played Agent Bruschi. The first stage of his mission is complete.
But stage two of this war is now upon us and AB has a new directive....Battle Psych Ops. Unify Patriot locker room. Distract and divide opponent.
His Week 1 mission:
1) Lower expectations
2) Mentally damage opposing QB
Check and Check
His Week 2 mission:
1) Create media distraction for opposition
2) Mentally damage opposing QB
The fact that ESPN is complicit is beyond brilliant. Clearly the Soap Opera Network is thrilled that Bruschi is creating weekly drama. Who will Teddy call out next week....stay tuned. After the break, see what the Jets Coach, the Jets QB, the Jets RG, the Jets O Coordinator, and the Jets owner all have to say about Our Man, ESPN Analyst Teddy Bruschi.
Wait....I'm picking up something. An encripted message has just left the Gillette Bunker for Agent Bruschi...talk about "The Hair"....talk about "The Hair".
"In the end, Belichick juiced Moss like an orange, and once all the good pulp was squeezed, he tossed Moss aside. "
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I would be most pleased if Tedy Bruschi would just shut his considerable pie-hole and enjoy his retirement.
No one gives a rat's arse what Tedy thinks anymore.
I do. I like his analysis, and I like the way he speaks his mind without the Shlereth over-board crap. He is great on NFL Live.
And he (and Troy Brown) are still plugged into the Pats. Their pictures may be down, bu their antennae are still up.
His stories of what it was like, stories he could not have told while he was a player, are fascinating.
Why anyone would prefer he not be an ESPN analyst is beyond me.
“When we look at the board, based on everything we want in a football player at that particular time, we evaluate them and take the player that fits best for our football team. That’s what we always do, and I think the last nine years we’ve put a pretty competitive team out there on the field every year. I think that’s how you do it – you get good football players. Sometimes they are not always at the No. 1 position, but I don’t think you pass up good football players to get the guys who aren’t as good just because they’re at a position that somebody feels you need.”
BB on his draft philosophy, April 2010