No word how close he was to scoring before he was intercepted; cops refused to give him a pass.
Did anybody manage to finish today's Shaughnessy column, in which Danny Boy just can't keep from marveling that few people in London have ever heard of Tom Brady?
Dan Shaughnessy Watch valiantly tries, also noting Shank's continuing disdain for Stateside Patriots fans.
Ed. note: Yes, I admit it: I've been waiting for the right moment to use that line from that eTrade baby commercial.
Angela has a lot to be happy about this morning, including:
...Laurence Maroney ran like he should. For the first time in a while, he wasn't auditioning for "Dancing With the Stars". ...
Who'd think a train to the Patriots game could cause so much trouble? But let's follow the tweets:
At 4:40, Jon Fournier tweets from Back Bay:
Stuck behind Patriots train. Chaos at Back Bay. Lv it to T to make smthng so simple so freakin' complicated.
At 5:11, Fournier gets out this word:
Herd of patriots fans boards Franklin train in Dedham. Told to get off at Walpole & "wait for train."
At 5:21, Ben Jackson explains:
Just got an alert. Pats train skipping stations due to overcrowding. Another train is coming later for those stations.
At 5:25, David Stopforth posts a photo of Pats refugees at a waystation somewhere in Walpole.
John takes an early look at the Patriots' chances this year.
It's table-turning time as Ian Rapoport is interviewed by Boston Sports Media Watch's Bruce Allen.
Why did Tom Brady have a rotten season? Why won't he be the same when he returns in August? According to Dan Shaughnessy, it's because he's gone soft. And he hasn't gone soft by sniffing wildflowers and professing his love for kittens in meter and rhyme; no, the real reason is because (and please make sure you're sitting down before your eyes behold the startling truth) Gisele Bundchen was feeding him during their Mexican vacation.