While the Seattle Seahawks (remember them?) landed in Arizona on Sunday, the real fun of Super Bowl week commences on Monday when the New England Patriots arrive in Glendale today.
Upon arriving, the Patriots (and presumably the Mona Lisa Vito of football) will handle media responsibilities, which unfortunately will probably lead to people asking about Bill Nye and more inane questions about deflated balls.
This incident is forcing to people and respected media members to quite honestly, act rather childish. Let’s get the evidence and then write over-reactionary articles and suggest people get banned from Hall of Fame then, ok?
Despite crushing the Indianapolis Colts to reach Super Bowl XLIX, there hasn’t been a lot to cheer about this week for New England Patriots fans.
A fair portion of the media happen to be calling for the heads of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in a rather loud and unnecessary fashion.
Seriously, we need to do better, America.
People are losing their damn minds over the Patriots allegedly taking air out of footballs against the Colts last Sunday.
It looks like Seattle Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane has dialed up the first team to team “disrespect” angle of the week after making some interesting remarks about Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
On the same day that Bill Belichick and Tom Brady addressed the media in separate press conferences involving “Deflategate,” Lane may have provided the Patriots with a bit more motivational fuel.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on Tuesday night that 11 of 12 Patriots game balls were under-inflated by two pounds each.
Oddly enough, it took Tom Brady’s lone interception on Sunday night during New England’s 45-7 win over Indianapolis in the AFC title game for this issue to originally be discovered.