Re: Revis is at it again!!
posted at 5/10/2012 9:23 PM EDT
So far, this is entirely a tale of three New Yawk / New Joisey people making big mouth statements.
It starts with a New York Post (Rupert Murdoch) reporter who either heard it himself or else he needed something juicy, so he said that Bill Belichick was saying something profane to his son. The problem is, who was around to hear the comment? Was the comment caught on tape? No. Was the comment overheard by someone else on the Patriots sideline, and if so who was the witness, and why would someone on the Patriots bench report it? BB, by the way, gave no information that it was anything more than Post scuttlebutt. BB is not normally given to profanity in all of his press conferences, which makes the Post quote a bit doubtful.
So, who takes the unsubstantiated tabloid comment and runs with it ? Why, Rex Ryan, who tells a room full of reporters that he said the same obscene thing to his son.
Now Revis Island picks up and elaborates at length on the obscenity theme.
In my opinion, when you argue vociferously with what someone didn't actually say, you're likely to lose the argument. In other news, Sarah Palin probably shouldn't have picked a fight with David Letterman because Letterman is a professional fool and a comic, not a politician. Also, Dan Quayle should have never taken on Murphy Brown 1-on-1 because Murphy Brown is a fictional character.
Give em enough rope...
P.S. The Jets have problems of their own.
Tight end Dustin Keller offered a sarcasm-laced reply to the New York Post when asked about the Tebow factor.
"For one, he brings more media into the locker room -- as if that's possible," said Keller, who said it was "an honor" to answer repeated questions on Tebow.http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Tebow-Sanchez-meet-the-NY-media.html