Monday, June 29, 2015

The Washington Post Is Calling For Roger Goodell To Lift Tom Brady’s Suspension Entirely, Calls Text Message Evidence “Nonsense.”



From The Washington Post:
Roger Goodell can restore a sense of loftiness to the NFL commissioner’s office with a simple expedited decision. He should lift the suspension on Tom Brady this week and turn his disciplinary eye on the vague, sloppily enforced league rules that caused DeflateGate in the first place.

If he leaves the suspension in place, it will be an obvious abuse of power based on highly questionable evidence. Goodell can legitimately say that it is impossible for him to evaluate “the preponderance of evidence” for the simple reason that there is none.

Wells has tried to argue that text messages between Brady and equipment managers are “direct evidence and inculpatory,” but that’s nonsense.

Goodell has lowered himself in DeflateGate, ironically over a matter of air. The only way to put some loft back into his office is with a speedy, fair dismissal.

Damn.  A major publication has verbally bitch slapped Roger Goodell and called Ted Wells out for his bullshit claim that vague text messages equate to guilt.  Wow. 

The author of this article, Sally Jenkins, deserves a Pulitzer Prize.  That is not hyperbole.  It takes balls to write this story.  I mean, everyone else in the mainstream media has a pants tent over the fact that Roger Goodell finally 'got' Tom Brady.  Seriously, most major media outlets are openly cheering Goodell on and openly rooting for Tom Brady to get humiliated.

That's why this is such a big deal.  A major, mainstream media publication actually published an unbiased, rational explanation for what should happen.  Goddamn, this feels good.

Let's just hope all the mindless Patriots haters in the media get wind of this and get inspired to think rationally and stop making asses of themselves. I mean, taking an idiotic, irrational stance on this and hoping Brady gets his suspension upheld simply because he kicked your team's ass at some point is friggin pathetic.  Kudos to Sally Jenkins. Kudos.


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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Damn, Milan Lucic Is Gone. He Is Really Gone.

I think we all knew this was coming, but it still sucks. I mean, despite the salary cap bullshit, I always thought Milan Lucic would be a Bruin for life. I really did. I'm going to miss posting his fights, I'm going to miss making headlines with him on them, I'm going to miss seeing his jerseys around the Boston Garden and I just miss the fact that Milan Lucic is no longer a Boston Bruin. Fuck, man.

Anyway, this one is for you Looch.




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Friday, June 26, 2015

Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders Thinks The Patriots Shouldn't Be Considered Super Bowl Champions Because Of DeflateGate. This Guy Needs To STFU.



From 9News.com in Colorado:
"Am I mad about Deflategate?'' Sanders said, repeating the youngster's question. "I feel like I'm on ESPN with that question. … Yeah, yeah, I'm kind of mad. I don't think that they should be the Super Bowl champion this year. "You aren't supposed to cheat."
Oh my God, when is this bullshit going to end?  This guy is just another bitter prick frustrated because Tom Brady wins Super Bowls and he doesn't.

On a side note, when this douche played for the Steelers he was fined for faking an injury.  So yea, this guys needs to shut the fuck up and be careful who he accuses of cheating.




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Thursday, June 25, 2015

"Masshole" Has Finally Been Added To The Oxford English Dictionary. That's Right....We're Legit, Bitches!



From Boston.com:
Masshole has officially been added to the Oxford English Dictionary, though it’s been in the lexicon of the Bay State’s neighbors for years.

Masshole joins hot mess, twerk, fo’shizzle, sext, stanky, twitterati, meh, and nearly 500 other words added Wednesday.

From Masshole’s now-official dictionary entry: Masshole, n. A term of contempt for: a native or inhabitant of the state of Massachusetts.

Well, it's official.  Masshole has finally been recognized by the mainstream.  That is fucking awesome.

I really think I'm going to friggin cry.  I mean, I can't help but think back to the day when Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston refused to credit Masshole Sports as a source in one of his articles because, as he said, "my bosses would think it was in bad taste to credit someone who calls himself the 'masshole.'"

And I can't help but think of all the times those gumpy bastids on sports talk radio would talk about something I posted and not refer Masshole Sports by name because they thought massholes were some sort of bottom feeding subculture that didn't deserve the respect.

Well going forward, anyone who refuses to use Masshole in the mainstream or who considers it, "in bad taste" can screw.  We're legit, bitches.


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Saturday, June 20, 2015

REPORT: Ted Wells "Wouldn't Be Allowed In A High School Science Fair" Because Data Collection In The Wells Report Was Basically Bullshit.



From ScienceNews.org:
Instead of acknowledging that game day conditions could have accounted for the psi changes, an acknowledgement that wouldn’t preclude other evidence of foul play, the NFL’s Wells Report concludes that there’s an “absence of a credible scientific explanation for the Patriots halftime measurements.”

It would be one thing if the Wells Report just said that additional evidence was more compelling than the pressure data. Or if it noted that the pressure data are ambiguous, collected so haphazardly that they wouldn’t be allowed in a high school science fair: Two different gauges that differed by approximately 0.4 psi were used in taking measurements, and it isn’t clear which one was used in the pre-game measurements because those data were not recorded.

The scientific analysis in the Wells Report was a good attempt to seek the truth, however, it was based on data that are simply insufficient.

Damn.  This dude is pissing off scientists all over the country.  Actually, a lot of people have been calling the Wells Report bullshit since the day it was released.  But it's nice to hear reputable scientists give this assclown a verbal bitch slap.

There's only one conclusion I can draw from the fact that the scientific community is piling one:  I can't wait to see Tom Brady kick the Steelers' ass in Week 1.


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A-Rod Got His 3000th Hit Last Night. It's Nice To See The NY Papers Treat Him Like The Asshole He Is.

These are the sports pages of the Daily News and New York Post today.  Pissa.



This mancunt is the biggest fraud in the history of professional sports.

He cheated.  That is a fact.  And for all we know, the dude is still on something and just keeps playing and racking up the milestones oblivious to the fact that he is a going to go down as a mega douchebag who disrespected this game and everyone whose records he is breaking.

I'm glad someone in the mainstream media has the balls to call him out.


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Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Chicago Sun Times Declared Chicago "Title Town" Despite Winning Only 4 Championships In The Past 15 Years. That's Rather Ballsy.


Boston has won nine titles in the past 15 years.  Chicago has won four.  But as you can see in the sub headline, " no city has won as many championships since 1990."  That is such a friggin stretch.  And it's kinda pathetic.

The reality is, they've won 10 titles in 25 years and six of them were Michael Jordan's titles back in the 90's.  I'm sorry, but if you got laid a lot in high school like 20 years ago, you are no longer a stud.  Period.  Sorry, Chicago.  Nice try though.


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