Funny thing is he might have gotten to a Superbowl but when the Corner back who intercepted Brady in that playoff had just fallen down instead of trying to get a TD and then fumbled it away (after which Brady moved down the field for the win) all Norv would have had to do is have his team kneel 3 times for the win.
Brady won the Superbowl that year so if that hadn't happened (the CB being selfish) and the officials had gotten that Raider call right in that 1st Superbowl year, Brady might only have 1 Superbowl win.
If there is one positive thing about the current lockout it's that I've wanted to watch more Basketball this year (Used to be a big fan in the 90s, watching Jordan and being a Warriors fan, albiet very casually, and loving the We Believe Year) and it's fun watching the Warriors again. Lee, Curry, Greene, and Jack had stellar games tonight and they took over the game in the 3rd. This has been a really good start to the road trip so far, but I think there was a little bit of overhype with this trip. Yeah it's 7 games to the east coast, but the Pistons aren't very good, the Nets are decent but the Warriors took care of them, and the Wizards are what, 2-13? I could see them beating Washington, Charolette, and maybe Atlanta and having a really good trip. If tonight is any indication, this team is going to be fun to watch for the remainder of the season.
The Brandon Jacobs era in San Francisco, a nine-month span during which the running back had about as many controversial social-media messages as regular-season carries, is over.
Well, sort of.
The 49ers suspended the disgruntled eight-year veteran for the final three games of the regular season, the team announced Monday afternoon. Jacobs will presumably not play in the postseason, although the 49ers have yet to officially clinch a playoff berth.