Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by SVN, Jan 20, 2009.
Seth Wickersham on the Patriots' latest departures - ESPN
Great article. Seems spot on. Thanks for the link!
Nice read. In BB we trust.
WTF is a Seth Wickersham...and YTF would you care his opinion
you're other 2 options are read things you don't like about the team or don't read anything at all. if the latter is the case, then what are you doing here in the off-season? Sorry if it sounded harsh but your quote made it seem like no one's opion matters but your own.
BTW....did you read the story?
"The Patriots' Method: Another person, schooled by head coach Bill Belichick, will assume the role. The system that Belichick set up ensures it. That's because the system is Belichick. He can think like a GM, and teach others to do the same."
Is that quote in the fourth paragraph opion or fact? The same argument that every patriots fan has made since BB took over and became successful.
The headline of the piece may seem like an "opion" but for the love of god understand the author doesn't right the headlines.
The author wrote a story about how the patriots have survived previous departures and sites evidence to state his case. Where's the opinion?
C'mon dude. Allow yourself to be a little more open.
If this was your reaction to piece that said the pats would be ok, i'm not sure I'd want to see what your reaction would be if he said they'd suck
And no, this isn't a realitive of seth's figured i'd get that out there before a smart ass comment!
What's an "opion"?
Actually, it should be WTF is an ESPN.
wow! ESPN allowing something +ve about BB??? hmmm....something fishy...
Nice article indeed. Thanks for the link.
I will be very curious to see how JM fares in Denver. As Seth correctly points out, can he do well in the defense?
What's the matter with finding out for yourself? But, hey, why bother checking something out for yourself when you can sound smart by bashing a writer you know nothing about. I have to admit I'm not capable of such discipline...
...And WTF says were worried.
Edit: BTW that was a cool read.
Thanks for the link. Reading most of the comments which follow the piece is an exercise in hilarity.
The dichotomy of how a Pats fan views ESPN is fueled by their notorious treatment of the Patriots in attitudes, articles, statements, etc.
On one hand one can ban them from their lives. I have no problem NOT reading, watching, or listening to anything ESPN.
On the other hand one can continue to use them as a source. Most fans look forward to keeping abreast on any story regarding their team. ESPN generates these on a daily basis so there you go.
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