Re: Please, send your emails to this guy:
posted at 11/19/2009 1:03 PM EST
opening email to Joe Concha:
: Per the gratuitous Belichick diss:
Joe, are you an A-hole or just another lame sportswriter ? Look at the spot, then go back and review all the pro-Colts calls and non-calls that have supported that team over the last few years. Indy - zero defensive penalties in last 8 qtrs vs. New England. Polian and his Zebra's are your real story, you f**king J*rk. Joes response:
Probably more an a-hole than anything, at least that's what my ex-girlfriend says.
So you're saying that despite having a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter, the refs lost it for you? This is the same franchise that benefited from the Brady tuck, against the Raiders, correct?
Thanks for writing.
And so it goes..... let me guess, you're 25 years of age and a citizen of Indiana ? Joe, no acknowledgement of the funny math(see: no "D" penalties statistics) or the bogus PI call(not to mention the inaccurate spot of the ball) ? You just give me some B-S notion that a negative Karma has come back to address the Patriots.
Indulge me and yourself, Joe: http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/recap?gid=20060115011......
Again :Colts/Giants http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EDtCL3n5yI
And again: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23oEg5ljBkY
Seeing the trend yet, Joe ? I can post more. ???
Now, Joe Concha, right where you chose to change the subject, I'll take the time to educate your juvenile gray matter. Consider Ben Dreith the next time you choose to cherry pick the "Tuck Rule" to make a point:
"During the 1976 playoff game
between the Oakland Raiders
and the New England Patriots
, Dreith called a roughing-the-passer penalty on Patriots tackle Ray "Sugar Bear" Hamilton
, nullifying a third down incompletion and giving the Raiders an automatic first down deep in New England territory, which led to Oakland's game-winning touchdown WITH LESS THAN A MINUTE LEFT. Replays showed THERE WAS NO ILLEGAL CONTACT. Partially because of the controversy, the league never assigned Dreith to officiate Patriots games again." -Wiki
....... then, Joe Concha, shove the Tuck Rule up your azz !
BTW, shouldn't you be writing for the NYT, anyway ?