This may be the turning point guys. Maybe to get put back into the script, you have to stop watching. Maybe if NY ratings drop drastically, they'll realize it's time to change gears and max out the biggest market on earth again. Look, right before the Pats run, led by a once-scrawny backup QB to Drew Henson, they almost left for Hartford, CT. Games were routinely blacked out. There were more Giants fans in that area before the pink hats and internet trolls came along, suddenly born of the Hooded Sociopath and his walking Dimple. Turn off your TVs. If you do, the Petty Dynasty will begin.
It's a disgrace and a shame. The quality of the sport has definitely tipped the balance to Saturday >>>>>> Sunday. Problem is, people still watch. I do, out of some kind of misguided naive hope that things will change back, and we'll be watching football again. That and I've spent so much emotional investment in my life on the Jets that I still need to know what is happening with them. You can't just turn that off. I did stop watching other games mostly yet.
The best part of that whistle is the Pats fan uproar on social media that it somehow shows the league is conspiring AGAINST them. As if the refs could forsee the result of the throw that he assumed wouldn't happen. You can't make this stuff up.
The QB position. None of the other warts you mentioned would even be noticed if we had one. That said, who exactly was there to get at QB this offseason? Can't say I can put too much blame on Mac right now. Not upset at all with the Williams pick considering it's time to let an extraordinarily overrated Wilkerson walk and we may see the end of Richardson prematurely. He was the best player available.