GISELE RIPS PATRIOTS RECEIVERS AND THE GLOBE TRASHES BRADY, BUT WHY IS IT ALWAYS HOW “WE LOST THE GAME” NOT HOW “THEY WON THE GAME?”
Why is it that when teams lose big games, their fans, media, and players always talk about what THEIR side didnt do? That it was THEIR own fault for losing the game, not the other’s teams ability to win the game?
Tom Brady’s world famous supermodel wife Gisele was caught on camera pissed off and grumpy after taking heat from Giants fans. So naturally she stuck up for her husband in blaming the receivers for dropping balls in Super Bowl 46, not Tom himself.
Couple that though with this jerkoff’s column in the Boston globe noting how the “loss” was all Brady’s fault and his legacy is now tranished, and you have yet another blame game running full circle.
Here’s some breaking news for those of you calling your own out, up in Beantown. The Super Bowl was WON by the Giants. Not LOST by the Patriots.
Big Blue played within themselves, avoided huge mistakes, and capitalized on the Pats Rob Gronkowski, Brady’s top target, not being at 100 percent, by staying attentive to the entire rest of the New England wide receiving corps.
Eli Manning made the biggest play of the game with the clutch 50 yard completion to Mario Manningham with less than 4:00 left. As he had done all season, in what was his best season as a pro. The Giants led the NFL in fourth quarter scoring in 2011. It was not luck that the Giants came back and did so against a maligned Patriots defense.
The Patriots? They HAD a chance to win late, but Wes Welker couldn’t make the tough catch off a difficult throw from Tom Terrific. So what? It happens. It wasn’t a choke by Brady or Welker on the play. In fact if anything, Boston writers should remember that if the Ravens’ Lee Evans could have held onto that ball that two weeks back, one that he’s caught a thousand times in his life, New England would have been watching the Super Bowl at home just like we were.
The Giants have beaten the Pats three straight times now dating back to 2008, unlike any team has in the NFL. They’ve done it thanks to their speed defensively up front which has sped up Brady and his decision making in all three games. Instead of pointing fingers, the Patriots and their extended family need to regroup and obtain their own pass rush, in order to slow down the likes of Eli Manning and other pass happy machines going forward.
The losing side has to quit blaming people and see the whole picture instead. Not just one isolated play, or a handful of them. In Super Bowls, the other team is always damn good too.
There were no goats last night, only heroes, who go by the name of “G-Men.”