Christopher Price talks about the upcoming season for the Patriots, the latest on Tom Brady’s case against the NFL, why this team is still the favorite in the AFC East, Jimmy Garoppolo’s ability to play in Brady’s absence, Bill Belichick’s legacy and how much longer he’ll coach…
Don Shula has joined those taking jabs at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots regarding the scandal surrounding his use of deflated footballs.
Tom Brady smiled away the Tuck Rule on the way to his first Super Bowl victory, flashing that dimple-chinned grin that said, “I had it all the time.”
Ted Wells has completed his investigation into deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship Game, and he has submitted his report to the NFL and to the New England Patriots.
Charles Davis on Manziel: “I Don’t Think There’s Any Issue About His Abilities, It’s Will He Adapt His Game To What is Necessary”
Charles Davis talks about Johnny Manziel going into treatment, Pete Carroll’s late-game decision to throw the ball, Bill Belichick’s refusal to take a timeout after the first down play and the clutch interception by Malcolm Butler to clinch the game…
Bull & Fox talk about the reaction to Super Bowl XLIX, the calls by Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll in the last minute of the game, the interception by Malcolm Butler to seal the game and the best/worst commercials during the game…
Mark Malone, Westwood One Super Bowl Analyst: “A Lot Of Bad Things Can Happen Around The Goal Line When You Throw The Football
Mark Malone, Westwood One Analyst
Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes, Malcolm Butler intercepted Russell Wilson in the end zone and the New England Patriots rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
London Fletcher, CBS Analyst & Former LB: “Many May Treat Josh Gordon Unfairly, But They Probably Don’t Know The Full Story”
London Fletcher, CBS NFL Analyst and Former Super Bowl Champion LB on Josh Gordon, the Super Bowl, and Marshawn Lynch.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Thursday the referees will use hand signals to indicate clearly when normally eligible receivers check in the Super Bowl as ineligible, a technique the Patriots have used in the postseason.