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In the type of comment that really has to warm the cockles of Roger Goodell's cold, dead heart, the NFL must have been PSYSCHED to see this quote from Tom Brady about what how he watched the Super Bowl last year:
"Last year, I was rehabbing my foot in Costa Rica watching the game on an illegal Super Bowl website and now I'm actually playing in the game, so it's pretty cool."
Considering that the NFL viciously cracks down on the live streams of games (which is especially frustrating for this Patriots fan when he wants to see his team play and NY television is only playing the stupid ******* Jets. I mean, who even CARES about those losers?) Goodell probably couldn't have been more excited to see one of his league's biggest stars advocating using illegal streams of the games. Particularly since the NFL was a firm supporter of the abysmal SOPA legislation. I AM however impressed by Brady's Internet acumen to stream the game. Is Tom secretly a compute...
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The reason the gallery is so amusing is the fact that this guy is super rich, successful, handsome and gets to go share a bed with Gisele Bündchen. Wait. That’s not amusing. That’s not amusing at all. The entire 15-pic gallery can be found at Sports Pickle, so go there. But here are a few [...]
Don’t worry, folks: the Super Bowl is almost here. These next three days will be long ones, but we’ll all get through them together. Just think, when you finished watching the Giants overtime victory over the Niners back in January the big game was a full 14 days away. We’re in the home stretch. But until that time comes, let’s talk about Tom Brady’s socks.
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New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul isn’t too worried about being able to rattle Patriots quarterback Tom Brady this coming Sunday.
“Anybody can be rattled,” said Pierre-Paul. “Tom Brady is a great quarterback, but at the end of the day he’s just a quarterback. It’s not like he’s God.”
Pierre-Paul is right, the past couple of meetings between the Giants...
Giant and Patriots players were assigned Tuesday as their media day to answer questions and gawk at hot Latina news reporters. However that didn’t stop two radio stations from talking to Pats QB Tom Brady and Giants WR Victor Cruz. Who cares that it isn’t Tom Brady the NFL all-world quarterback with the devilish good looks or Victor Cruz, the standout speedster receiver.
Plotting how to keep quarterback Tom Brady out of the clutches of the New York Giants' fearsome pass rushers will occupy most of Bill O'Brien's waking hours this week, and who knows how many of his dreams. But it's not his only worry.
Just adds fuel to my fire T..
By now you’ve probably heard about the email the NYP stole received regarding Gisele’s prayers for Tom this special Sunday. The cover shows how deep the Pats/Giants rivalry really runs. I hope Tom doesn’t get a hold of this, or he might go Beast Mode on the Giants. If there’s one thing Tom likes, it’s his privacy. -TO
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Just a few years ago the New York Giants stunned the football world by knocking off the undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. Here we are four years later and the two teams will square off in a rematch for the Lombardi trophy.Last time out the Patriots were undefeated and had the highest scoring offense in NFL history. The Giants were a wild card team from...
Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't bothered by all the talk about Colts quarterback Peyton Manning during Super Bowl week.
The NFL is increasing the number of Thursday night games so more of its teams can play in prime time. Commissioner Roger Goodell said that there will be Thursday night games on the NFL Network from the second to the 15th week of the season, giving all of the league's teams a chance to appear in prime time on some outlet.