Controversy, Patriots

Answering Bart Hubbuch’s Five Questions to Tom Brady

Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post had five questions for Tom Brady in his Sept. 4th article, ‘Fess up, Tom: 5 damning Delflategate questions Brady must answer’.

Just as Mr. Hubbuch refused to call in to WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan show because of this reason…

Hubbuch D and C

…it’s safe to say that Tom Brady probably has better things to do with his time than to answer Mr. Hubbuch’s supposedly five “damning” questions that could easily be answered by anyone who has followed the case.

Since Mr. Hubbuch expressed he is above going on radio shows that don’t get the ratings or clicks worthy of his presence, it would be a darn shame for Mr. Hubbuch to sit in the dark any longer with these mysterious questions: Continue reading

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Controversy, Patriots

Do You Support Roger Goodell Over Tom Brady? Be Careful What You Wish For

in·teg·ri·ty
inˈteɡrədē/
noun
1. the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.

2. a trigger word used by the NFL to justify a set up and a mass PR scandal which would eventually lead to an unprecedented punishment handed down by the NFL in order to gain complete power and authority by setting a legal precedent for players and/or teams facing punishment in the future.

There’s an old saying that aptly applies to those who want to see “justice” finally come down on the “Cheatriots”:

Be careful what you wish for. Continue reading

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Controversy, Patriots

How Mike Kensil, the Mastermind Behind Deflategate, Framed the Patriots

It’s one thing to set up a sting to catch someone in the act of a crime, but it’s a whole different ball game when an official plants evidence in order to justify an investigation. It doesn’t matter if the official believes the suspect is guilty, planting evidence is a crime. In fact in the real world, it’s a felony.

After reading the Wells report, most took it at face value that it was the Colts’ interception that sparked a half time inspection of the Patriots footballs. This isn’t the case. It isn’t far fetched to suspect that Mike Kensil knew he was going to inspect the Patriots footballs before the AFC Championship game started. He could accomplish this feat by planting evidence of an illegal football known as the K-ball, or kicking ball.

This would be the justification needed to inspect all the footballs at half time. Continue reading

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Controversy, Patriots

The NFL Tyrants Hiding Behind the Word Integrity

Education is a weapon whose effects depend on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed. ~Joseph Stalin, former leader of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

Joseph Stalin knows a thing or two about propaganda and shaping public opinion. Stalin didn’t get into a position of power by telling the masses the truth of his agenda. In fact, he hid behind words such as equality and fairness to the people. He shamed capitalism by telling the people how the rich exploit the poor.

If history has taught us anything, it is to always ask questions of one’s true agenda.

Those in any position of power are scariest when their agenda is not clear. Instead of honesty, these leaders hide behind positive words such as “integrity” to justify their tyranny. Roger Goodell and the front office leaders of the NFL are no exception. Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the First Warrior Who Built This Town We Call Patriot Nation

So Robert Kraft is a sell out eh? If it weren’t for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, Kraft wouldn’t be rolling in the cash right? Hold on while I laugh out loud for a moment.

Okay, laughing complete. Commence disappoint with a dash of anger at my fellow Patriot fans who follow in line with the likes of Skip Bayless in thinking Kraft sold out his quarterback and the Patriots to the NFL for cold hard cash. Sorry, but I’m not buying the crap you or Skip are trying to sell. Kraft has more money than you or Skip could ever dream of (pre and post Patriot owner) and if you haven’t noticed, he isn’t the youngest of bucks any more.

Rich people like Darrelle Revis are about cold hard cash. Wealthy, savvy businessmen like Robert Kraft are interested in building things and making their mark on the world. You don’t destroy the house you built for one public battle you can’t win. Kraft could care less about one battle, he’ll take that bullet so long as he wins the war. Continue reading

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Goodell is Playing His Way Into a Trap of His Own Demise

Despite the court of public opinion, Mr. Kraft made a key power move. It’s hard to believe that a wealthy man of Kraft’s stature, who turned around a laughing stock of a team into an elite competitive organization, would choke in the matter of a day or two. If you truly think Kraft lost the war when he surrendered to Goodell’s punishment. Think again.

There’s a chess match going on between Kraft and Goodell. Kraft just set up a trap with his public “surrender”, and Goodell is playing straight into it.

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