With the New England Patriots signing quarterback Cam Newton it’s all but certain that Newton will be under center for New England this year. But one of the biggest questions is why did the Patriots sign Cam Newton this late?
In this episode the real reason behind this move is explained and what it means for the Patriots at the quarterback position going forward. Want more? Make sure you hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss the latest episode.
For the sixth time the New England Patriots are the Super Bowl Champions. On this jam-packed episode we break down the big game from Bill Belichick proving why he’s the greatest coach in NFL history. Why it will be hard for the Los Angeles Rams to recover from the loss, what Patriot is playing himself into Canton, and why this could be just the beginning of a new Patriots dynasty. All this and more only on Rich Sports Talk.
It is finally here! This year’s Super Bowl features the reigning dynasty in the NFL taking on what many believe could be the next up and coming dynasty in the league. On this episode I give you my pick for Super Bowl 53 and what the game means for each team, quarterback, and head coach.
The Rams and Patriots will face off in the Super Bowl and many will make the connection between their first Super Bowl meeting in 2002. However, both franchises are connected in another way. At one time both strongly considered moving to Hartford, Connecticut. The Patriots did agree to move which we covered on another podcast which is below and you will want to check it out. On this episode we highlight the Rams considering to move to Connecticut in 1994 and could you imagine this Super Bowl being the Hartford Rams vs. the New England Patriots? I talk about the relocation plans and which Connecticut actor was the head of a group that wanted the NFL in his home state.
For years New England has been scrutinized for Spygate and Deflategate. However, Lasergate isn’t being talked about. What’s Lasergate? It’s when in the AFC Championship game a fan shined a laser in Tom Brady’s face on multiple occasions. If you’re wondering why you just heard about this or why it hasn’t been a big deal in terms of coverage I break down all the reasons why people are ignoring this and how it stems from how football fans in general view the New England Patriots.
On this week’s Fourth and Goal we are going all in on the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. How we may have seen the beginning of the league’s next great rivalry, why the league isn’t keeping up with the Joneses but keeping up with McVay, and why New England’s dominance has been under appreciated. All this and more on this week’s episode make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss any of our latest content.