1 Only in Tom Brady’s TB12, avocado ice cream, a world without strawberries, can Josh Allen be considered wrong.
If you paid attention to The coincidence on Wednesday when Brady and Aaron Rodgers faced Alan and Patrick Mahoms on the golf course, you’d think Allen was a contender for TLC’s My life of 600 pounds based on what Brady was saying.
Before the match there was a “press conference” with the four competitors, moderated by JJ Watt.
I watched everything and it was awful. Rodgers obviously didn’t want to be there, half the questions weren’t answered, the boys were joking, constantly mentioning Brady’s various companies, and it was a disorganized mess.
However, there were attempts at some good, old-fashioned rubbish talking. For Brady, that meant striving for Alan’s size. Again and again and again.
When asked about everyone’s biggest fear, Brady said Allen’s was “vegetables.”
When it came to favorite pizza toppings, Alan shook peppers, mushrooms, artichokes, crushed peppers, jalapeno.
Brady rushed in, saying, “Looks like it, Josh.”
When asked if the boys preferred French toast or pancakes, Watt took a preemptive strike and told Alan, “Tom will say both for you. I don’t think he’s that fat, Tom.
Brady, without missing, added: “With whipped cream.
When asked which quarterback had the best sense of fashion, Brady said: “Josh can’t even take shorts that fit him. He goes to Big and Tall for all his shopping needs.
This did not stop until the press conference. During the game, after Brady hit a bad shot, the future Hall of Fame member said: “A little big. I call this little Josh Allen.
And people say Brady has no personality. Hopefully Brady will bring some of that ruin to the ball at his $ 375 million Fox concert.
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2. The latest SI Media Podcast dropped out today and includes a conversation with The Athletemedia reporter and former SI writer Richard Deitsch.
Among the topics covered: why did something happen to fuck Bill Simmons; Is the Greg Olson-Tom Brady-Fox Sports situation “strange”? what is the deal between Brady and Fox Sports; copy ManningCast; NESN to offer its own streaming service for $ 29.99 per month; and Al Michaels was honored at NBC Sports.
We also talked about Deitch’s decision to stop tweeting on February 20 and when he will return to social media.
After Deitsch is the weekly segment “Traina Thoughts” with Sal Lika from WFAN and SNY TV in New York. Jimmy and Sal break the surreal controversy over fantasy football Tommy Pham – Jock Pederson – Mike Trout, share their thoughts on Derek Jeter’s joining Twitter and respond to emails from listeners.
You can listen to the podcast below or download it from Apple, Spotify and Google.
3. If you have any assessment of the art of wrestling promotion, then you should watch what MJF did at AEW last night.
4. It was just another typical Wednesday for debate First take between Chris “The Mad Dog” Rousseau and Stephen A. Smith.
5. This is a pretty juicy scenario set out by New York Post‘s Andrew Marchand for college football fans.
6. This is actually real.
7. RANDOM VIDEO OF THE DAY: Today is Dana Carvey’s 67th birthday. Carvey may be the most underrated or underrated comedian in my life. Just watch this two-minute tour of strength.
Be sure of catch up on past editions of Traina Thoughts and check Sports Illustrated Media Podcast hosted by Jimmy Train Apple, Spotify or Google. You can also follow Jimmy Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.