Tensions are high in New England after an ESPN article written By Seth Wikersham was published revealing the issues within the Patriots organization, primarily the rift between Robert Kraft, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
Patriots fans haven’t forgotten ESPN’s role in accelerating the “Deflategate” scandal, which happened to be perpetuated by the network at right about the same time of year with the New England about to make another Super Bowl run.
Pats fans have taken their anger out of Wikersham’s Wikipedia page, giving it an update Friday morning.
Patriots Fans Update Wikipedia Page Of Writer Of ESPN Article Exposing Issues In New England
Zakarij Wallace Lol, I fully understand this is a joke, but look at the ridiculous biased news out of Boston on a regular basis.
James Pulver Dont talk no shit, wont be no shit.
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The limited-edition clothing brags read “I survived the blizzard of ‘18,” with ice-capped lettering, red and blue snowflakes and an outline of the state. Democratic political consultant Kevin Cate of Tallahassee started selling them Thursday on Cotton Bureau, a curated, online marketplace for custom-made tees.
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