The inimitable Gerry Callahan of the Boston Herald arrived yesterday (sorry I’m a day late) with his always unique perspective, this time on the Bill Belichick videotaping scandal against the New York Jets, which included this dig:
It is worth noting that some of the people who were most outraged at Belichick’s subterfuge – we speak of the New York fans at the Jets-Pats game in the Meadowlands – cheered when their gutsy quarterback (Chad Pennington) hobbled off the field in agony. Oh, but a camera. Those classless losers draw the line at a camera.
Read it all to learn why NFL fans get what they want and deserve from cold-hearted lifers like the Patriots’ coach.
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