DATELINE: with a Capital D
There’s trouble in Foxboro City with a capital T.
There’s no protection for Brady, which starts with a ‘p’
And ends with a sack.
We’ve surely got trouble, as our old pal the Music Man used to tell us.
Friends, the injured is receiver is the opponent’s playmaker. Yep, we got trouble right here in Bradyland.
Watch for the tell-tale sign of a rushed passer. The moment the ball leaves his hand, does Brady end up in a heap under two men?
Is there a nicotine stain on his white pants? Is there a playbook lost in the turkey stuffing? Has Brady stopped memorizing the names of his O-line, or does he call them all “Rex Ryan”?
We can only hope that Tom remembers the Maine, the Alamo, Plymouth Rock, and the Golden Rule!
Are certain new words creeping into his vocabulary, like “Help!” and “Swell!” Mothers of Patriot Fandom, keep your sons from losing their shirts at betting sites like FanDooDoo. Oh, we got trouble.
Friends, fantasy football is Goodell’s playground.
If so, there is Trouble in Josh McDaniel’s play calling with a capital T.
That game with inflated balls is in Goodell’s playground.
Oh, we got trouble, trouble, trouble. Gotta rhyme it with D. And that stands for Denver where they give BB plenty of T.
We’ve lost E, which stands for Edelman, N which stands for Nate, and now A, which stands for Amendola. And we can’t buy a vowel. We can only pray that G will give D plenty T.
G stands for Gronk in this formula.