Re: Bedard Caught
posted at 10/19/2012 10:37 PM EDT
In response to Bunker Spreckels' comment:
For the intelligent people, this further proves that the Globe hires people to cover the Pats who will attack BB and the team in general. They play into what they've created. And it all started post-Spygate, which we know is the platform for this. If NE had won the SB last year, they'd lose revenue with less hits on these articles that they right here. 98.5 would be in trouble as well.
Don't you find it odd that this town's major newspaper doesn't have objective people who know the game they are supposed to cover, but they have the opposite? And they have these obvious agendas? Hmm.
Chris Gasper, Tony Mazz and this lard somehow know football played it and are objective?
Keep in mind, I'm someone who sent an email to the editor of this paper here back in 2008 who caught Borges plagiarizing. 48 hrs later, Borges was fired.
Not saying it was from my email, as I am sure there were others who emailed in with that egregious act, but just saying. Never, ever trash anyone in your profession if you're a professional. And don't lie, cheat, etc, thinking you're above what is you cover.
I knew something wasn't right with Bedard. Breer was shuffled off because it become too obvious, but Bedard's bias is still obvious, in my opinion.
Funny, Chad Finn's stuff is buried here, as is Eric Wilbur's and neither "cover" the PAts, officially. They're the best analysts this paper has with the Pats, but they aren't considered leads in covering the Pats. The other guy like that is Charles Pierce. All smart people who get it, but they aren't given the lead.
Chris Gasper has never played a sport in his life and certainly isn't qualified to cover the NFL. Shalise was here as a lead pre-Bedard, too, so that shows you how little they care here.
"Duh" - of course.
Adversarial reporting sells.
On every level , every news org has an agenda... unbiased repoting went out about 15 years ago.