Tag Archives: Bill Belichick

Tiger Woods, Bill Belichick, and RGIII’s ignorance elevates media’s status
November 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling Really smart people continue to treat the media like the enemy rather than making the small effort necessary to befriend and use it to their advantage. Dan Jenkins is a sportswriter at the end of a long career, and he posted a fake (supposedly satirical) interview with Tiger Woods.  I haven’t read […]

Indianapolis Colts – The Joy Ride Ends Too Soon Against the Patriots in 43-22 Loss
January 11, 2014

by Kent Sterling Turnovers kill.  There is no statistic in football more telling than turnover differential, and the New England Patriots won the turnover battle 3-0 over the Colts, including a pick six that helped Bill Belichick’s evil horde jump out to a 14-0 lead midway through the first quarter. So now the Patriots will either […]

New England Patriots – Alonzo Dennard – The Dumbest Patriot Ever Must Go
July 11, 2013

by Kent Sterling There are different levels of stupid, and New England Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard might have set a whole new standard if he did what cops accused him of – making the decision to get behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated. Driving drunk, buzzed, or altered is dumb no matter when […]

New England Patriots TE Michael Hoomanawanui Is Either Last Standing or Next Up
June 20, 2013

by Kent Sterling Not sure who I feel worse for today – New England Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui or brand new U.S. Ambassador to Libya Deborah Jones. With Patriots tight ends dropping like the recently laid off ESPN statistical gurus, Hoomanawanui is either falling up the depth chart toward a position of significance, or […]

Rick Venturi – Football Coach, Media Savant, and Great NFL Analyst
May 16, 2013

by Kent Sterling Rick Venturi coached football for 41 years, and learned the game at a level few can.  He slip seamlessly into media, where he explained complex elements of the game in simple and easily understood term. Knowing something, and being able to get others to understand are different things, and requires a very […]