Borges: 'Seattle cannot score enough points to win'


Borges: 'Seattle cannot score enough points to win'

Pete Carroll has lead the Seahawks to a surprising start this season with defense being their primary threat.

Ron Borges joined Sports Tonight to discuss Sunday's matchup between the Patriots and Seahawks. Does the 12th man and the Seattle defense scare Ron Borges? Not with Seattle's offense on the other side of the ball.

"Scare me, probably not, it is a factor, but the Patriots are averaging thirty-three points a game. I think they are giving up fourteen points a game." Said Borges "Even if (the Seahawks) have a great defensive game they can't score enough points to win."

Brown releases statement: 'I never struck my wife, and never would'


Brown releases statement: 'I never struck my wife, and never would'

Giants kicker Josh Brown released a statement via ESPN on Thursday

Brown was placed on the commissioner’s exempt list last week after more information about his history of abusing women -- a history he admitted to in documents obtained by SNY -- came to light.

"I am sorry that my past has called into question the character or integrity of The New York Giants, Mr. Mara or any of those who have supported me along the way. I have taken measures to get help so that I may be the voice of change, not a statistic. It is important to share that I never struck my wife, and never would. Abuse takes many forms, and is not a gray area. Through the past several years I have worked to identify and rectify my own behaviors. The road to rehabilitation is a journey and a constant modification of a way of life. My journey will continue forever as a person determined to leave a positive legacy and I embrace the opportunities to show and speak about what has helped me to be that man. In the interim, I am cooperating with the Giants and the NFL. Thank you to everyone that has supported me, I will not let you down."

While Brown apologized to his team, Giants owner John Mara and those who've supported him, he did not apologize to his ex-wife, Molly, or any of the other women who he, in his own words, "objectified," according to an email turned over to police. 

While Brown wanted to make clear he did not strike his wife, he did not mention the toll taken on victims of emotional or psychological abuse -- both of which he has admitted to in journal entries.

While he released a statement, there's still plenty left unsaid.