Make no mistake about it, Tom Brady is unquestionably the G.O.A.T. because of the fact he has won six Super Bowls during his career, which is more than any other quarterback in the history of the National Football League. At 42 years-of-age, he has led the New England Patriots to a 7-0 record to start
With six minutes remaining in the third quarter, New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold sat on the bench looking absolutely befuddled. At that point, the second-year player had been picked off four times, while also fumbling once on a strip-sack and managing only nine first downs. Haunting Darnold in this late October nightmare was none other than the New England Patriots’ defense, who tormented the second-year player in Michael Myers-esque fashion all evening long.
After retiring from the National Football League last winter, Former New England Patriots tight-end Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski is strapping it up once again. Last night during FOX’s NFL Thursday, the former Pats’ legend made his on-air debut as a member of the FOX Sports broadcast team. Alongside his childhood favorites Tony Gonzalez, Terry Bradshaw and
Early Thursday morning on ESPN’s morning talk-show First Take, anchors Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman, along with voice of reason Ros Gold-Onwude and guest journalist Domonique Foxworth addressed the recent development in the never-ending Antonio Brown “Saga”. The journalists repeatedly questioned the former-Patriots receiver motives, intentions and character, citing confusion regarding Brown’s recent comments