- Sep 27, 2004
'Gronk', Wilfork, and Revis on Super Bowl Win:braudimusprime said:Has anyone happened to see video of Wilfork's postgame press conference? Feels like despite being one of the most eloquent and thoughtful guys on the team he's the one player I haven't see any footage of.
Thank you for posting the link to the radio calls.Marbleheader said:Feel free to post the best audio, video, articles, highlights, interviews you have found online.
Pats radio calls from last night:
soxfan121 said:What I particularly love about the photo directly above is Revis's recognition skills. He's begun celebrating while Hightower looks concerned and Branch/Ninkovich haven't seen it yet.
moondog80 said:On the Sherman reaction video, #61 isn't even watching the play, he's appears to be looking for someone in the stands.
It looks to me like #61 is looking at a video screen somewhere else. I'm not sure how the layout of the stadium works for that, but the head angle would be about right to watching a screen somewhere.
Troy Brown and Ty Law discuss Tom Brady as the GOAT.
Why in the fuck would anyone hand yards to the other team in the superbowl, no less, by doing something that stupid? Way to coach em up, Pete.soxfan121 said:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cr5IGBhaUJA
Watch the play out, though---Hightower is concerned because he sees Butler has stepped back into the end zone, and Hightower pushes him out. He was 100% dialed in to what was going on and did the right thing worrying about the return. Browner just stood there and celebrated.
A respectable newspaper used "history-making" in a headline? Lol. Everything everyone has ever done "made history" because it happened and thus becomes part of history. This sort of thing cracks me up as an editor. That's too basic of a mistake to make on such an important cover story headline.soxfan121 said:
I thought he was trying to push him out of the end zone so he wouldn't be tackled there.am_dial said:
Not only that, but it looked to my eyes as if Hightower was also pushing Butler down so that he didn't attempt a return and possible fumble.