Yes. I can't remember if there was a post-Super Bowl thread in which that particular discussion was posted, but I linked it here because it also...
Baldinger does a nice job pointing out similar things from the Super Bowl (disguising the rush, twists). It's sweet to see Hightower and Van Noy...
Yes. Very grateful to Lazar, both for his analysis and for putting together the film segments so clearly. Thanks for finding this and sharing!
No. There's no argument for it.
Is it a good way of disciplining kids in a school? Absolutely not (opportunities for kinks to get their jollies...
That is an excellent question.
Corporal punishment was the norm in the schools I went to back in Britain in the 60s and I knew pretty well that...
Poor man. May he rest in peace.
Yes, when I consider it, I am led to doubt divine justice.
I mean, when the Pats lose, as they occasionally do, it's a painful reminder that all...
OK, Professor. That much is self-evident.
You don't say! And here I was hoping to take it for credit ...
If they chose to be J-E-T-E fans, then their celibacy is an inevitable consequence of a previous voluntary act.
With a knife in its head ... and a camper in its belly? :rolleyes:
Don't despair. If the local sports media can't get a "Why do the front office/assistant coaches want to leave?" story out of this, they're not the...
To judge by half of the posts in this thread, SM must be walking with a stick.
Also of note:
Message from Patriots photo day at Foxboro to the crowd on the Tobin bridge: does this help?
Well, we all remember Albert Haynesworth (how can I forget one of the few Patriots I found it difficult to root for?), but what about Johnathan...
I remember pretty much every single one of those guys -- a sign that my enthusiasm is at its height during training camp!
And I mostly loved...
To be fair, Fred Taylor was on the roster but not on the field much.
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