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Not Only Arrogant To An Exponential Power, Today A Factual Mistake To Add To Steven A. Smith’s Horrible, Albeit Highly Paid Record

January 31, 2017

Please in addition to all the inane questions try you lucky reporters to be doing what many of us would love to be doing, get your facts correct.

First I heard an anonymous reporter state to Bill Belichick, this is his 10th Super Bowl.

Sorry, he is in his 7th as a head coach, all with New England (4 wins, 2 losses both to the N.Y. Giants) and was in two as a Giants’ assistant coach, both wins.That is nine, NOT ten.

This Belichick was a participant in all 4 Giants’ Supe wins, to this point as many as N.E. and G.B. trailing only Pittsburgh, S.F. and Dallas.

I could not possibly listen enough to Stephen A. Smith just to find and cite  factual mistakes, but today I somehow endured this latest, and one of the greatest pieces of evidence of our nation’s decline.

Rather than cite how abrasive and ridiculous this man Smith is (guess I just did), perhaps he needs more fingers, on which to count.

He thankfully has ten, but Brady has played in ELEVEN AFC title games, NOT ten as Smith, in his most arrogant and factually incorrect way stated earlier today.



Please come back “Big Ben,” they can “sink” your title hopes but not your paycheck.

Do not leave the game you play so well, with the knowledge you and Tomlin called an atrocious game, not “sneaking” at the N.E. goal contrasted with Mr. Brady doing same in the middle of the field.

The sink, to me can be forgiven but alas the mirror test, I know, is much more difficult.

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