weeba said:Some cool W/L visualizations found on Reddit
#1 season is 2007 Pats (obviously)
There is no Rev said:I'm gonna be the annoying school marm here, but it would be appreciated if all links had at least some explanation or description attached.
If nothing else, we want more people to enjoy the goodness that they might not click on if they don't know what it is.
Also: That applies to, like, everywhere on the site. And other sites for that matter too. It's just how you should do, really.
To get traded to New England was just unbelievable. I had heard about the culture of the team — the intense preparation and complete focus — but I didn’t really understand what that meant until the first week I was there. New England prepares with the expectation of winning. You go there as a player and you know the tradition they have, the players they have and the mindset they have. Anything other than winning is simply not an option. And I can see how they’ve maintained such success over a long period of time. When I arrived, I just had to follow everyone’s lead. The organization runs like a well-oiled machine.
JohnnyK said:Tremendous piece from Akeem Ayers in the Player's Tribune:
When a team is in playoff mode, everyone is just so focused on doing their job. This was my first time playing on a seasoned playoff team, and you could sense the difference. Everyone is completely selfless, giving all they’ve got and doing everything they can to help the team get to the Super Bowl. That’s the only acceptable result. And that’s why the Patriots keep making it there.
I think it would be funnier if they just raised the same banner as the Colts and put it next to the World Champ sign.mwonow said:Maybe someone could thumbtack on a Post-It note saying "Oh yeah, we participated in the AFC Championship Game too."
Great piece. Thanks for the share. Should be required reading for all who continue to traffic the tired, false "culture of cheating" nonsense. The real culture in Foxbourough, and the real way they've accomplished what they have.JohnnyK said:Tremendous piece from Akeem Ayers in the Player's Tribune:
cornwalls@6 said:Should be required reading for all who continue to traffic the tired, false "culture of cheating" nonsense.