Sports Twitter enraged by questionable calls in Patriots' favor

08:05  14 january  2018
08:05  14 january  2018 Source:   theScore

Tom Brady rips ESPN article, calls it a ‘poor characterization’

  Tom Brady rips ESPN article, calls it a ‘poor characterization’ Bill Belichick and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft have already spoken out against ESPN’s bombshell article about an alleged power struggle within the organization, and Tuesday was Tom Brady’s turn. In his weekly appearance on WEEI’s “Kirk & Callahan Show,” Brady shared some of his thoughts on Seth Wickersham’s reporting. His overall message was that the piece contained many, many inaccuracies. For starters, Brady insisted his relationship with Belichick is as strong as ever. “I have spoken about this so many times, coach Belichick has been such a great coach and mentor and I certainly could never accomplish anything in this sport without everything that he has taught me,” Brady said. “I have been so lucky to play for this team. There’s been so many great coaches here, players, staff members, Mr. Kraft and Jonathan [Kraft]. I have had such great support here. I think again, to characterize it any differently than how I say it, and again, I could say it a million times and then someone could write one thing. It is really up to whoever is listening that wants to believe it and maybe they want to believe it because that’s what they want to believe. They want to believe things are maybe different, or maybe they want to believe — I don’t know.” Brady also addressed the claims that his TB12 performance institute refused to treat Jimmy Garoppolo and that the four-time Super Bowl MVP was pleased when Garoppolo was traded.

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a group of football players© Maddie Meyer / Getty Images Sport / Getty Stop us if you've heard this before, but the NFL world isn't happy about the perceived preferential treatment for the New England Patriots by the referees.

First, Titans wide receiver Eric Decker was hit with a questionable offensive pass interference penalty that wiped away a third-down conversion and forced Tennessee to punt. The Patriots took the lead on the ensuing drive.

Later, the officials changed an offsides penalty against the Patriots on a fourth-down punt to a neutral zone infraction against the Titans, giving New England a first down. Again, the Patriots took advantage of their good fortune and engineered a scoring drive.

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