By Sterling Pingree I was listening to Barstool Sports’ podcast Pardon My Take this morning. The hosts, Big Cat and PFT (Pro Football Talk) Commenter were interviewing former Notre Dame qb and NFL journeyman, Brady Quinn. While Quinn was talking about what didn’t work out for him in Denver with Josh McDaniels, he casually mentioned […]
It’s become fairly cliche to write a “reasons I’m thankful” article around the holidays, especially Thanksgiving for obvious reasons. But sometimes cliches are okay. After all, something wouldn’t be overused if it wasn’t good, right? So partly because of that, partly out of laziness, here’s my top-5 sports related items I’m thankful for this holiday season.
Belichick’s machine runs like a steel mill in 1930 because of its blue collar nature, workman-like ethos and because of the heat that everything Foxboro produces seems to generate. In such a grim setting, the trade off is one that Patriots fans have long agreed to: championships and winning are more fun than flash, flair and defeat.