This is the only thing that makes sense for them. In this year's market you grade the guys and group them by tiers. For all of the reasons outlined in this thread it is highly unlikely that the Patriots get a top tier guy like Watson or Lawrence. The question then becomes what happens in the...
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Benintendi is heading into his 27 year old season and here are his career numbers:
1837 at bats
He’s coming off a wretched year. He’s slated to make 6.6 million this year and being arb eligible...
And the decision matrix here becomes:
1. Is Benintendi going to be part of the team when we’ve rebuilt?
2. If no, can we get something for him that may help us down the road?
9 times out of 10 guys like they got in this deal wash
out. 1 time out of 10 you hit on someone. If you do - great...
Last back to back Super Bowl winners - Patriots in 2004 and 2005. Why? Because winning back to back Super Bowls is nearly impossible. Vegas has the Chiefs favored by 3. Logically, that makes a lot of sense. They are the better team. They have beaten Tampa already this year (by 3 at home).
Isn't the easiest explanation that it does compete with Major League Baseball? If you are at a minor league game you aren't at a major league game. Nor are you watching a major league game on TV. I have a partial season ticket plan with the Hartford Yard Goats and it is fantastic. The stadium is...
Expansion aside it wouldn't surprise me if Covid has put significant financial pressure on some owners.
It seems likely that in the next year that one or more franchise will be sold. Theo as part of an ownership group makes a ton of sense. He has some scratch but that's not what he would...
I don’t recall a single story about him being an asshole in his 20 years in Boston. Not one.
Most of the stories we got about him were things like he was just another one of the dads watching his kids play youth sports and stuff. Sure it could have been planted. But we got zero to the contrary...
The two athletes that I'm most grateful to have watched the last 20 years were Brady and David Ortiz. They have made so many deposits in my bank of sports watching joy that rooting for them to fail is not close to an option.
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