ESPN has nothing on the front page about Peyton Manning's scandal. Instead they choose to publish an article under "top headlines" about how the Miami Dolphins decided to bring extra staffers to Gillette to watch the equipment from OCTOBER. Miami bringing extra staffers to Gillette two months ago is a top headline but this HGH story is not.
Still think the >le Patriots cheater meme isn't the result of obscene bias and butthurt?
He dindu nuffin patsfag, whereas the bastard child created by Belicheat-Brady has been caught multiple times pooping in the bathwater.
This argument is retarded. The guy got caught admitting to selling PEDs to player on hidden camera, and then when the story broke he read a statement recanting everything he got caught saying. And ESPN is reporting this as "he made it up." Did he also make up the drugs he was offering to sell in the video?
Fucking bullshit media blackout. What bugs me the worst is that it will probably succeed in controlling the narrative.
If I were secretly taped admitting that I sold HGH to professional athletes, I would deny it too.
I'm sure it's just a funny coincidence that Manning's wife received shipments of something from that same clinic in the time period claimed. Manning just doesn't want to tell you what it was! It wasn't HGH, of course. It's just a coincidence that everything lines up exactly with what the documentary claimed.
And the first thing Manning does when the story breaks is hire a crisis manager. Now Manning is acting like a politician.
Initial reaction to the story:
>I am outraged! The story is false, complete trash! I'll sue the reporter!
Reporter clarifies that she didn't accuse him of anything, she just published video of a drug dealer naming him
>She's backtracking! Flipflop! Amirite?
>E!SPN breaks the HGH story at 3 am after various sources break the story at 9 pm the day before
>No false facts leaked to the media to slander Peyton Manning
>No word on an official NFL investigation
>Unlikely the NFL hires an "independent" (league crony or otherwise) arbitrator to file a report
>Unlikely the NFL hires a pseudoscience firm to forge data framing Peyton Manning
>Unlikey Goodell gives Manning (and the Broncos or Colts) a fine above and beyond the preceedented fine
>Unlikely the E!SPN puts out little trash pieces meant to further implicate Manning as a cheat who got away with one
>NFL destroyed all the evidence and told everyone that they should trust them and the cheatriots didndu nuffins
>Aikman and Brees saying yeah I would've known if the balls were deflated but that's just me
>Some guy making wild claims who has recanted all statements about Peyton
I swear you're the most cancerous bandwagon
Worst Peyton has done is give a hot physical trainer a dutch oven
I hate Brady but I have to admit it's appalling how differently they're treating this story compared to how they cover anything about Brady. If it were Brady who were accused of HGH ESPN would constantly be pushing it and lobbying to kick Brady out of the league and having all of his records rescind
You might need to calm down, my britbong friend
>it's da joos in da medias fault dat tom cheat and peyton didn't
Wouldn't expect anything else from the highly intellectual pats fanbase. A bunch of trump memers who have never been to new england.
Why is Peyton the Golden Boy while the Pats always cheat
Brady never did HGH, Brady never did anything but maybe deflate the footballs by such a small amount that the refs who touch the balls 75 times a game never noticed... meanwhile Peyton could possibly have done HGH for 6 years and no one in the front office cares.