DATELINE: More Media, Less Taste
Rex Ryan Torments the Patriot Cheerleaders
If you are puzzled by the hype for the Monday Night game between the Pats and Bills, so are we.
Every media razzle-dazzler is trying to up the ratings for his own benefit. There is no other explanation for making this game bigger than the first landing of man on the Moon.
This is apparently the Super Bowl for the Buffalo Bills—and they are spouting off that they intend to get to Brady and Gronk. They must be expecting the NFL to give them special rights to have 15 men on the field for every play.
Beyond that, we begin to wonder if we are losing more brain cells to the endlessly overblown ego of media shills. They keep telling us that the Patriots are in trouble until we begin to question it ourselves.
Yeah, the Pats will be without Jamie Collins, Dion Lewis, and Julian Edelman as well as Nate Solder. Is it the end of the world for playoff hopes? For possible victory? For human decency?
We suspect not.
The Patriots have brought in Vereen and Fauria for the game. It sounds like the Ghosts of Xmas Past.
Yes, those names of the past are baaaack like your favorite poltergeist.
Of course, it is Christian Fauria’s nephew and Shane Vareen’s little brother on the new roster. It does not matter because it means Belichick is going to history to teach T-Rex Ryan that those who do not learn the hard lessons of historical inevitability are about to suffer detention and demerits.