Friday, September 11, 2015

Curiouser and Curiouser Part 2.

The behavior of ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and last night--Chris Collingsworth and Al Michaels just are difficult to comprehend.

In the wake of Judge Berman's judgment which excoriated the league--justifiably--,  the NFL and its enforcers have attacked the Patriots in the same way a whiny loser tries to get back at someone who has defeated them.

When the Steelers last night complained about their headsets not working, instead of knowledgeably commenting that the NFL, not individual teams, supply radio equipment, the announcers intimated that the Patriots were "at it again."  Please.  Right after the fiasco known as DeflateGate the Patriots are going to mess with the Steelers' signals?  And shouldn't this august announcing team know that the equipment is not provided by the stadium, but the league?

Collingsworth opined that while he read the forty page decision by Berman there was nothing in it about culpability, rather due process.  Read it again boychick.  The Berman judgment is clear that there is no evidence of culpability and that what passed for evidence was bogus.

The NFL's behavior is unconscionable, and their puerile reaction to losing is even more reprehensible.

Roger Goodell did not have the stones to show up at the stadium. The commissioner did not come to opening day.  Really.

And where are the owners.

This whole matter gets curiouser and curiouser.

Oh, by the way, balls were not deflated last night. Brady was near perfect and the Patriots, yawn--once again--were victorious.

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