Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by NEPatriot, May 20, 2008.
For the time being.
Reading between the lines, Goodell is basically telling Specter to go **** himself.
While sports pundits in New York and Boston wring their hands and gnash their teeth over the alleged outrages committed by the New England Patriots in the Spygate saga, a sports journalist in Denver demurs. He says Spygate was much ado about nothing.
Actually, he says it was about something. Writes Jim Armstrong of the Denver Post:
ok phew it's over.
Now i just have to listen to everyone talk about it forever.
what a relief.
It's as good as over. We only continue it by posting the meaningless articles written by the idiot sportswriters who want to keep it going.
Bradtor -- nice find! Nice to see a non-fan see what this whole situation really is.
Bella*chick -- your sig would make a good t-shirt
"Over," as in "Really Over" or as in "Over until someone else yells 'Boo!'"?
I have a feeling that the next purported scandal, which probably will be downplayed by the mainstream media, will involve another team.
Hopefully, Goodell has enough contacts in Congress to ascertain whether this topic has legs with anyone but Spector. Judging from the lack of overt support for Spector amongst his own, one would hope not.
Bless you, Jim Armstrong. This is the biggest example of mass hysteria and mob psychology I have ever seen in sports.
The NFL says it is over, but the yakkers on ESPN will continue to beat this dead horse ad infinitum..
I agree and so would my avatar. How about combining them?
Bob Ryan stole from this article yesterday without knowing it I imagine
He repeated that line about if it were the Cardinals no one would have cared as much
I saw it on the Globe 10.0 last night
no plans right?
and Easterbrook could be heard saying "Over.....it's not over....it's never over....was it over when the germans bombed pearl harbor..........."
Anyone read the comments section? They're ripping the writer a new one.
idiots are not exclusive to new jersey or indy.
Eh, uselss post. Fabrigate was already over before it even started. The only places in which it still lives are in the media and on this forum. :bricks:
You're gonna have a hard time convincing me that a Long Island boy whose rich Congressman father had a box at Giants stadium, who regularly attended games with his high school buddies screaming epithets at the the Patriots, who jump started his career in the NFL as a RAT EMPLOYEE...this person has NO AGENDA against the Patriots?
Hopefully, the owners can his undercover greenie jeans azz at the end of the collective bargaining agreement and hire a commissioner with unbiased credentials.
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