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The AFC Championship match-up between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots last weekend had all of the hype of its NFC counter-part between the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons. Luckily, both games lived up to their hype as the Kaepernick train rolled on and the Ravens proved once again that defense trumps offense. […]
It comes as no surprise that one of the more stoic players on one of the most stoic professional football teams lead by the most stoic coach in the history of the game would be diplomatic in his approach to explaining a loss in the Super Bowl. Tom Brady, starting quarterback of the New England Patriots and future Hall-of-Famer, said all the right things during his press conference after Super Bowl XLVI in order to protect his teammates.
Welcome back, football fans, to our quasi-professional football picks! Each week we will pick game winners based on Vegas over/under lines, and add some sharp commentary to the games. It’s all but decided who our winners will be this year as our British bookie seems to be running away with the prize between the commentators. Luckily, no-one gave up on cracking a few jokes about the game. Next year, we hope to be bigger and better, and may even fit some fantasy football in the mix. Good luck players! We will post all winners with ridiculous presentation speeches later in the week.
Weston, MA: In celebration of the New England Patriots making it to their 5th Super Bowl in 10 years, coach Bill Belichick recently instigated plans for building a 4th gate on the property of his Massachusetts home this past week.
Foxborough, MA: Looking for their first win in the NFL playoffs since 2007, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots left nothing to chance by hiring their former offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, as an assistant to offensive coordinator Bill O’Brian. While there are roster lock rules that prevent players from jumping from a losing team to a playoff team at a certain time, the same rules do not apply for coaches, however that may change after the outcry that followed the McDaniels move. Sources in the NFL have stated that the rule would be looked at in the off-season. Because of this rule change, Bill Belichick has begun a quest to collect as many assistant coaches for his team as possible in order to give him and his team a knowledgeable edge in the future.