From The MMQB:
The New England Patriots offensive line wasn’t mauled, manhandled or overpowered in the AFC Championship Game; they were simply ignored.
To the three or four rushers the Denver Broncos sent careening towards Tom Brady on any given down, the five men standing in front of them might as well have been rec league hoopers taking on the Golden State Warriors.
“I tried to lay on him a few times,” said one Broncos rusher after the game. “I tried to rub my nuts on his face.”
Embarrassment. In the end, that’s what this was about.
The Monday Morning Quarterback is run by Peter King of Sports Illustrated. But reading this, you would think it was run by a straight D student working at some shitty high school newspaper.
Why the hell would he run a quote like that when it was from an anonymous "Broncos rusher?" If the guy didn't have the balls (pardon he pun) to put his name on it, then this quote should never have seen the light of day.
But that's beside the point. I don't know who the douchebag was who said it, but what kind of message does this send to the children? That it's ok to talk shit about your opponent leading up to the game and brag about trying to "rub your nuts" in the quarterback's face?
I'm sorry, but that is friggin unacceptable coming from an NFL player. Roger Goodell needs to track down Peter King, find out who told him that and fine him. Oh yea, I forgot. Goodell fucking hates Tom Brady. That's never going to happen.
I guess Tom and his family is going to have to sit there and take it. Gisele is going to have to explain to her kids why a grown man said that he wanted to rub his nuts on their father's face. Welcome to Roger Goodell's NFL.
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