THIS JUST IN:
The Packers just scored again.
One week after still being on the outside looking in the Packers are in the playoff picture with authority after serving up another country whippin’ to a visiting opponent.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Mark Sanchez felt the brunt of Green Bay’s attack in a 53-20 clubbing on Sunday.
Nothing will ever top Patriots radio color analyst Scott Zolak’s epic “You can have your Manning, I’ll take my Brady”radio call from last season but he entered the ballpark last night with analysis of Jonas Gray’s fourth touchdown run of the night against the Colts.
As Gray headed in for a score, Zolak perfectly summed up the evening’s events after the touchdown.
“Took your lunch money…took your bike…and now we’re gonna take your gold chains. Bullies in the schoolyard…CAN’T STOP IT.”
Zolak’s description came right as Rob Gronkowski took Sergio Brown and “threw him out of the club.”
Zolak is a gem.
Rob Gronkowski and the New England Patriots laid waste to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night 42-20 with a physical and bruising effort.
Gronkowski served as the pied-piper for the message with a pair of statement plays during the second half.
Tom Brady won AFC Offensive Player of the Month in October and has been brilliant as per usual for the New England Patriots.
However, while leading the Indianapolis Colts 14-3 late in the first half, Brady called an audible on a 3rd and 1…to heave one of the worst interceptions of his career.
Despite six touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers and torturing the Chicago Bears in front of a nationally televised audience on Sunday night, the Green Bay Packers are not a part of the playoff picture yet…
This Sunday’s game between the Packers and Eagles may play a role in how quickly Green Bay can get back into the mix but here is the thing…
Philadelphia 76ers center (and social media maven) Joel Embiid spent his Monday night attending the Panthers/Eagles game.
Embiid, who has been a revelation on social media, took his feelings to Twitter on Carolina’s lackluster performance against the Birds.