We look at four great moments as football returns to the home of the scandalous, big bad Los Angeles.
We look at four great moments as football returns to the home of the scandalous, big bad Los Angeles.
Dale and Holley's final drive wraps up the day with the best in soundbites.
Dale and Holley's final drive wraps up the day with the best in soundbites.

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[0:09:44] ... be prepared for that. Arturo. I think that's helping. That helped bring Alex Smith communities further hurting. Actually going to patriots have favour by even introducing. Now having Alex and it's Smart to fall for the maybe buying him some good news just embarrassed itself this week it's ridiculous it is. But. And now. And so all of just buying in space inside of Alex Smith said good job guys so finally the presidential election cycle is in full swing. First couple of primaries coming up Dallas mavericks' ...





Not every good video has to be a magnum opus. Sometimes the attitude and the comedy are just enough that you don’t need to embellish. Just hit the joke and tap out. This one is exactly the right length. And Trym Nordgaard might be the coolest (no pun intended but do with it as you will) guy in Norway.

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Halfway through the show, more information from the Foxboro Police department surfaced, and the guys break it down as the info pours in.
Glenn, Lou and Christian start talking predictions for Saturday's game. They also compare the similarities and differences between Gronk and Travis Kelce.
Craig Wrolstad will be the referee for Saturday's matchup between the Pats and Chiefs. Glenn has some statistics on the types of calls his crews made throughout the season, and how that could affect players like Rob Gronkowski.
The show opens with Glenn, Lou and Christian sorting through the various reports regarding Chandler Jones, and trying to make some sense of it all.

 

Boston.comDonald Trump calls it the ‘€œTom Brady Effect.”€

That’€™s the name for what the Republican presidential candidate says is Tom Brady’€™s effect on his poll numbers.

And his name-dropping of the star Patriots quarterback is now moving from New England and going to Iowa. On Wednesday afternoon, Trump cited Brady’€™s praise on Iowa’€™s KXEL’€™s On Press Row radio show.

“œI’€™m a friend of Tom Brady, very good friend, and he was so nice to me,”€ Trump said, according to BuzzFeed. “œBecause he said, you saw what he said a couple weeks ago. He called, he said Trump is the greatest winner. When you get that, and then all of sudden in Massachusetts, I saw that cause Tom is New England, Massachusetts, and all of a sudden in Massachusetts we got poll numbers that were 52 percent.”

“I said, that’€™s the Tom Brady effect,”€ Trump said. “When he says great things about you in Massachusetts, you know, that’€™s pretty much about as good as you can get. He’€™s an amazing guy, great athlete, great quarterback. It will be interesting to see the playoffs now.”

“The Tom Brady Effect.” I love it. Trump has taken Brady’s awesomeness and reduced it to a scientific principle. He makes a football team better. Makes his wife a better supermodel. Makes businesses better. Neighborhoods. States. Regions. His company signs Jordan Spieth and the kid becomes a superstar. And now he’s done the impossible. Made a right wing billionaire Republican with a New York real estate empire the most popular politician in Massachusetts.

Regardless of your politics, you’ve got to respect The Tom Brady Effect. You can support any candidate you want, but they’re wasting their time and yours if they think they can get elected without trying to get some of The Tom Brady Effect to rub off on them too. And I’m finally going to get the election I wanted. The one-issue campaign about the pressing topic that matters most for the future of America: Tom Brady.

Your move, every other candidate.

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