Felger on ESPN Right Now

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  1. shmessy

    shmessy Maude Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    "I don't represent the Herald".

    Hanging his hat on the verbal stuff between Walsh and Daboll.

    Really fighting with Trey Wingo!

    And now calling the New England Fans "fanboys",
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  2. IcyPatriot

    IcyPatriot ------------- PatsFans.com Supporter

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    He sounds like such a smitten b!tch.
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  3. SoonerPatriot

    SoonerPatriot In the Starting Line-Up

    I noticed that as well. Felgy is a little touchy today. I wonder why.....hahaha
  4. okterrific

    okterrific On the Roster

    What is he arguing with Wingo about.
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  5. Pats726

    Pats726 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    Really touchy...I love it...felger is quite funny...
  6. cmasspatsfan

    cmasspatsfan In the Starting Line-Up

    He said he didnt want to represent the Herald and he wouldnt ask Wingo to represent everything that espn has said or done.

    Felger actually helped the Patriots look good. He did call us fanboys but also said the Pats do everything better than everyone else.
  7. signbabybrady

    signbabybrady Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    I find that felger is anti patriot but he does it to try to seem more objective than others. He has created the anti patriot image off of this and sometimes he will say things just for ratings and not for his objectivity. But I think he tends to be objective and thoughtful with bigger stories.
  8. VJCPatriot

    VJCPatriot Pro Bowl Player

    Actually what he was saying is that the Patriots 'cheat better' than everyone else. So I don't think that actually helps make the Pats look better. :p Felger, but especially the Herald have taken an image hit in my eyes. However wrote the 'pats taped the rams walkthrough' story should be run out of town on a rail. I believe that was Tomase?
  9. shmessy

    shmessy Maude Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    It had to go through layers of Editors to make its way into print.

    Tomase might have $700 to his name.

    The Herald has more, plus property.
  10. bradmahn

    bradmahn In the Starting Line-Up

    Felger does the same thing that a great deal of posters on this site do, he calls out anyone who disagrees with his hypercritical (dare I say, negative nancy) stances as "fanboys" or "homers."

    Being ridiculously slanted in the other direction doesn't make one objective.

    As I said in the other thread, I dislike Felger as much as anyone, but I appreciate him denying ESPN their agenda of attacking the Herald. Felger didn't write the article before the Super Bowl, nor is he an editor. He has no obligation to address where his employer fecked up. Go to Tomase or the editors if you want a statement from the Herald, anything else is irresponsible, conniving and bereft of journalistic integrity.

    This shouldn't surprise anyone because it is, of course, ESPN, but let this fact marinate: after having been duped by Tomase's story and making all sorts of premature insinuations, implications, and inferences regarding the existence of a walkthrough tape and its possession, ESPN is just now looking to investigate its origin and search for accountability. Instead of admitting their own mistakes, they are looking to attack another. ESPN could learn a whole hell of a lot by researching 17th century Salem, MA.
  11. VJCPatriot

    VJCPatriot Pro Bowl Player

    That may be true to a certain extent. But if there's going to be a scapegoat, do you really think it's gonna be an editor, or do you think it will be the writer? History dictates that it's usually the writer who turned in the article, without verifying his sources, that will get hung out to dry.
  12. wahwho

    wahwho Practice Squad Player

    The interesting part of this interview was that he said there had been rumors for years that Matt Walsh had been telling people he taped the Rams walkthrough. Not just generally that the Pats had taped it, but specifically Matt Walsh. So it sounds like no matter who the final source was for the Herald story, the rumor started with him and he just denied it to Goodell.
  13. BadMoFo

    BadMoFo Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Not really, the people in charge will also pay the price. Look at the whole Jayson Blair fiasco. However, if this was just Tomase getting information from a liar, then all we might see is a retraction. Remember the LA Times recently wrote a huge story saying Puff Daddy was involved in a shooting of Tupac based largely on phoney FBI documents. After admitting they were wrong, the Times only had to print a retraction. NO heads rolled.
  14. shmessy

    shmessy Maude Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    "Scapegoat" to the public? Tomase.

    Deep pocketed agenda-holders who should have known better and are paid for the judgement? Editors/Management.

    Just ask Judge Murphy exactly who at the Herald had to pay out his $2 million settlement. Hint: It wasn't the writer.
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  15. Joker

    Joker PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    Hi all you fanboys and Nancy's! It's me, Fanboy Joker ...I just LOVE being characterized as a wimply Wilhelmina by some reed voiced ex maitre D from Jorge and Serge's Love Tunnel restaurant and turkish bath. Is there any doubt that Felger is cruisin' for a bruisin' as he flits from media appearance to appearance? Wonder if he mixes it up with John "Sherman" Clayton...or maybe Peter King just sits on him like some fat kindergarten bully.

    Today had to be one of the biggest stress buildups and blowoffs in sports history...watching them all react is priceless
  16. They will at least have to print a retraction / apology or another article talking about how Tomase believes that the commissioner and Walsh are lying.
  17. BadMoFo

    BadMoFo Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    I guess Felger is being asked to save the Herald's credibility and readership.
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  18. They picked the wrong person seeing that he is a pompous ass.
  19. BadMoFo

    BadMoFo Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Well it's either a pompous ass or the lying fat ass, take your pick.
  20. Patriot Power

    Patriot Power On the Game Day Roster

    So if you're not a contrarian a-hole, you're a fan-boy.
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