I’ve been getting a lot of traffic from search strings to do with Tom Brady vs. Joe Montana (folks looking for side-by-side stats, mostly). I have to imagine that’s related to the fact that Brady on Sunday won his 17th career postseason game, breaking what had been a tie with Montana for the NFL record. [...]
I’ll be hanging out, talking Patriots, and signing copies of Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback at the Barnes & Noble store in Framingham, Massachusetts Saturday, January 19 from from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. You should come by. We can jaw about the playoffs. And you can pick up [...]
So, one last time, let’s take a look at how the 2012 New England Patriots measure up with the 2011 AFC Champion squad in some key statistical areas. Lots of reasons to be optimistic about this year’s squad’s chances in the post-season as you look this over.
Because I apparently have a pathological need to prove my own geekiness, I put together a little chart that illustrates the progression of the 2012 New England Patriots pass defense by way of some key measurables (which is to say statistics). Go ahead and share it with your friends. You know you want to.
I’ve been hearing via Twitter from a lot of folks who got a copy of Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback as a holiday gift, which is really neat to hear about. And it got me to thinking about how I can give something back. Here’s what I came up [...]
Positive press for for Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback continues to roll in. The latest review comes from Matt Verderame of SB Nation, who writes: “Glennon has put forth a terrific book that makes for a terrific read. For a grizzled fan it can serve as thought-provoking, while a [...]
More positive media attention for Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback. Steve Balestrieri, who continues to be far too kind to me, came out to Barnes & Noble in Millbury, Massachusetts Saturday afternoon to interview me and take some photos during my signing event there. From that, comes this neat [...]
More great press for Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback, this time from Pete Redington of the Valley Advocate. This one’s a feature/interview piece with me more than a review of the book, so it doesn’t lend itself all that well to pulling out quotes. But it’s a damned nice [...]
Four weeks ago, eight games into the season, I put together and shared a chart looking at how the 2012 New England Patriots measured up to the 2011 AFC Champion squad on a bunch of key measurables. Last night, I decided that if it made sense to look at that data at midseason, it must [...]
I love joining George Brew for his show, What’s Brewin, because I get to just stretch out and talk football. Not that I mind doing a quick interview, or joining a show for 15 minutes. It’s all fun. But spending an hour or so just talking about the Patriots, the NFL, the game … has [...]