If Mr. Hub Blogger does not admit that the Patriots Loss in Yesterday's Super Bowl was due in direct correlation to his watching the game in a Rhode Island bar, I shall alert the members of the Patriot Ownership, the Coaching staff and all the fans where to locate the famous blogger on given nights so that their revenge may be extracated. Sincerely, a future ex-Hub Blog readerI admit I abandoned my superstitious 2007 Pats-game routine yesterday. I accept full responsibility for 18-1.
He hates the Patriots, he’s a bitter Eagles fan who calls into sports talk radio down there once a week. He wants to embarrass the Patriots leading up to what could be the biggest accomplishment in the history of the NFL.
That’s what we heard about him last week.
But then I heard Specter gets a lot of money from Comcast (a Penn based company?). Then this morning I heard a clip of him questioning the NFL’s heavy handed way of protecting the Super Bowl by prohibiting game watching parties by social clubs that charge admission because some of the common offenders are churches.
So this week I suspect Specter is going after the NFL more than the Patriots and it’s not because he’s an Eagles fan, but because he’s bought and paid for by Comcast. Remember, if you will, the battle between Comcast and the NFL.