RESPECT Magazine’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson talked Super Bowl XLII on Arise TV America. Press Play Below To Listen!
The New England Patriots are legitimately the most dominant, successful franchise in 21st century American sports.
The Eagles and Pats couldn’t be more different:
Chowder versus Cheesesteaks.
Rocky Balboa versus Mark Wahlberg.
Larry Bird versus Allen Iverson.
Bobby Brown versus Meek Mill!
Two weeks ago, a Tom Brady-led offense turned the tables on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth quarter of the AFC Championship Game and won 24-20.
“He’s smarter than the average bear,” former New England Patriots DE Jarvis Green told me this week on Scoop B Radio.
Green won Super Bowl’s XXXVIII and XXXIX with Brady. “He’s a legend in his book. He just does things the right way.”
“He knows everything about what he has to do to perform, he knows every position as far as X,Y, Z and the tight end, what they’re doing what their choice routes are, so I mean he walks in the game, you know, with a W already. You do a few things to stop him hopefully you can win.”
The Philadelphia Eagles are a team that has gone 57 seasons without a championship. Las Vegas has perched the Eagles as a 5.5 point underdog against the Patriots despite blowing out the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 in the NFC Championship game.
Sunday’s game winner will be victorious by clock management and the little things. “It’s going to come down to penalties,” Eagles safety Rodney McLeod told me earlier this week on the Scoop B Radio podcast.
“Who’s able to make adjustments throughout the game and then who’s able to put four quarters of work together.”
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