Relishing no longer being in the “villain” role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team’s Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position.
Live from Radio Row in Phoenix, Arizona, Mr. Esiason makes his return to the “Boomer & Carton” show and is able to talk about Deflate-gate with Craig for the first time.
Jerry joins the guys with his first update from Phoenix and of course the big story is still Deflate-gate.
When I initially read about the deflated footballs a few hours after the AFC Championship game last Sunday, I smiled and shook my head. “Belichick! … Again,” I said to myself. I sounded like Jerry Seinfeld grunting, “Newman!”
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is defending the way his team preps its game balls and said his team earned its spot in the Super Bowl fairly.
The NFL says it is still investigating how the Patriots used underinflated balls in its last game but has no conclusions yet and no timetable for resolving the cheating accusations with the Super Bowl nine days away.
The split-screen drama performed by the Patriots has our nation scratching its head and perhaps grabbing other organs at the twin presses provided by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
The former NFL quarterback isn’t about to call Tom Brady a liar, but he has a “hard time believing the total truth” of the press conference conducted Thursday as Deflate-gate enters Day 5.
Inspired by the latest alleged shenanigans of the New England Patriots, I got artsy and satirized one of our great American classic rock songs, “The Weight.” Sing along, friends.
D’Qwell Jackson insists he doesn’t handle the ball enough to know whether it was properly inflated or not: “The deal about me saying that I noticed anything about it, that’s totally false.”
Friday morning marked the start of ‘Deflate-gate’ Day 5, which had Craig and a blonde, left-handed, retired NFL quarterback not named Boomer Esiason talking about balls from just about every angle imaginable.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he has not been contacted by the NFL, even as league officials investigate whether the team cheated against the Indianapolis Colts.
While Patriots coach Bill Belichick defended himself to reporters on air pressure in footballs, stadium sponsor Gillette had an ad up behind him: #Flexball.
Belichick must pay for Deflate-gate. Make it hurt. But don’t wrench his headset from him before February 1. We all lose if the Patriots lose before the game begins.
Vague injury reports. Spygate. Signing players with intel on opponents. And now, an open NFL investigation into whether the team cheated during its AFC championship win.