Yup, that's what we are supposed to believe. Someone who makes more money in a day than the combined yearly income of all the people who will read this post might actually destroy his phone when he gets a new one. Surely, it couldn't be a safety precaution that he's always used when he upgrades.
Yesterday I read the new procedures regarding how officials will monitor footballs this season. Like most I was a little surprised to see the new procedures as earlier this summer after the rules meetings it appeared that there wouldn't be any changes. Looking at what they did, I guess since the rule has not changed for the teams, and only the procedure for following the rule has been tweaked for the officials, it doesn't actually fall under a rules change, therefore no need to take care of it earlier. Whether you want to interpret this change as helping or hurting Brady's case, it doesn't matter to me.
Remember this winter when we thought the Red Sox were going to get the record for most runs scored in a season? Well, maybe you didn't think it, but you heard it from multiple people who get to talk about sports for a living. After scoring one whole run in the past three games, here is look at this year's team from both an offensive and defensive perspective.
It's been six long months since this whole "deflategate" craziness started. Supposedly there will be a decision this week and barring a complete vindication of Tom Brady, a pending lawsuit. While you've probably heard lots of talking heads' thoughts about what Roger Goodell's decision will be and why he'll make, you might not be familiar with my theory.
With the All-Star Game Final Vote about to close its polling doors and Xander Bogaerts currently in last place, I started wondering how the three options of voting could accurately be counted. Were the online ones the only ones that truly counted? How could they count the text message and tweet votes? I mean, if someone retweets my vote for Xander, does that count? Well, I decided to go to the final vote web page, when I read the fine print I wasn't too happy.
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