At the ripe age of 39-years-old, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still arguably the best player in the National Football League. One thing that isn’t debatable, though, is Brady standing among the greatest NFL players of all time. The former Michigan Wolverine has already rewritten the NFL’s postseason quarterback record book and is on pace to break every significant career regular season passing record in league history (if Drew Brees doesn’t beat him to it).
This Patriots-Falcons Super Bowl might end up being the most painful experience of Roger Goodell’s life. Going to Houston to watch the Patriots play after the whole Deflategate disaster is going to be worse for the commissioner than getting dry sockets after your wisdom teeth are yanked. In fact, Goodell, you might not want to check your Twitter mentions for a while — and by a while I mean, oh, maybe, EVER AGAIN — because trust me: I speak from experience when I say hell hath no fury like a Patriots fan scorned.
Pop open the nearest window, and if you’re lucky, you’ll catch the stench of an NFL billionaire owner before he flees town, or fleeces the town. Speaking of which, how is it possible that, in a sprawling nation that spans nearly 3.8 million square miles, two of these billionaire crumb bums — Stan Kroenke and Dean Spanos — can wind up in the same city on the same block? Los Angeles is not La La Land, it’s a Botoxed Billionaire Boys Club. Kroenke didn’t get the new stadium of his dreams in St. Louis — public funding was muddled — so he took his Rams to L.A. Spanos didn’t get the new stadium of his dreams in San Diego — public funding was denied — so he took his Chargers to L.A. Mark Davis also