Brady learns how to party

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Brady learns how to party

By Jon Fucile
WickedGoodSports.com

Youve heard the complaints before. It has been an ongoing for a few seasons now: Foxboro is too quiet.

Whether the Patriots are winning or losing the crowd at Foxboro is just as quiet as Rogers Arena in Vancouver after a Game Seven in the Stanley Cup finals.

The Patriots play the Chargers Sunday at 4:15pm and Tom Brady has a solution

GET DRUNK!

Brady apparently wants people to start drinking early so they are loud and ready to go by the time the Patriots take the field. Time to get rowdy, New England!

They say lead by example, though, and Brady is kind of a lame guy. He gets scared on water slides, he wears a pony tail like a 70year old hippie and he wears lady shoes. How can he encourage Patriots fans to party if he doesnt know how to party himself? As fate would have it, a chance encounter with the perfect teacher started him on the right path.

Brady was out walking one of his weird faced girlfriends dogs wearing his hideous UGGs.

That is when the one man party decided to literally slap some sense into Tom Brady.

After 45 minutes of intense sobbing, Brady BEGGED Brad Marchand to teach him how to party. Brad was too busy looking at his abs in the mirror and just said yes to get Tom to shut up.

Brad and a terrified Tom Brady took Brads scooter, a gift from Andrew Ference, downtown to get prepared. The scooter was faster than a water slide and Brady crapped his pants.

They set up training camp on Boston Common and quickly went to work. Marchand did his best to not only turn Brady into a man, but into one lean, mean party machine!

After Brad felt Tom could sufficiently hold his liquor they moved onto the most important aspect of partying. There aint no party like a no shirts party!

They partied with no shirts into the wee hours of the morning as media members around Boston made way too big of a deal about it. Apparently, professional athletes are not allowed to have good, clean, drunken, shirtless fun like the rest of us.

Brad even helped Tom make an inspirational commercial to encourage people to get down and funky. Marchand wanted to make sure the Foxboro crowd was super rowdy!

Brady was so pumped that he and Brad went straight to Foxboro to start partying. Theyre raging on in the parking lot. It is only a matter of time before the shirts come off. So be loud Sunday, Patriots fans. Dont make Brads lessons go to waste.

Jackie Bradley Jr. extends hitting streak to 28 games

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Jackie Bradley Jr. extends hitting streak to 28 games

BOSTON — Boston Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. has extended his hitting streak to 28 games with a second-inning double Tuesday night against the Colorado Rockies.

It's the longest hitting streak in the majors this season and tied with Wade Boggs (1985) for the fifth-longest in Red Sox history. Dom DiMaggio holds the franchise record with a 34-game streak in 1949. DiMaggio's brother, Joe, hit in 56 straight games in 1941 for the major league record.

Bradley lined the first pitch he saw from Jorge De La Rosa into left field to keep the streak going.

Kraft OK with the idea of a Raiders move to Las Vegas

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Kraft OK with the idea of a Raiders move to Las Vegas

Robert Kraft doesn't seem all that concerned about the potential pitfalls of having an NFL franchise in Las Vegas.

The temptations found in that city, he says, can now be found around any dark corner of the Internet. That's part of the reason why he would be supportive of the Raiders if owner Mark Davis chose to move the team to Vegas from Oakland. 

He explained his reasoning to NFL Media's Judy Battista at the league's annual spring meetings on Tuesday. 

"I think we can put the discipline and controls in [for] whatever anyone might be worried about," Kraft said. "With the Internet and the age of the Internet and what's going on in today's world, it's so much different than when I came in 20 odd years ago. If you'd like to move there and they're supportive and Oakland doesn't do what they should do, I'm behind them."

The comments echoed what Kraft told USA Today earlier this week.

"I came into the league in ’94," Kraft said. "Back then, any exploration of that market was dismissed out of hand. I’m looking where we are today and thinking of the last 10 to 15 years, and the emergence of new media, with Google and Facebook and the like. We’re just living in a different world, technology-wise. The [sports gambling] risks in Vegas are no longer exclusive to Vegas. Whatever the risks, they are no greater [in Las Vegas] than playing a game in New Jersey."

Davis' hope to move the Raiders stems from an inability to get a deal done for a new stadium in Oakland.

"I have given my commitment to Las Vegas," Davis said this week, "and if they can get done what they're talking about doing, then we will go to Las Vegas."