The MLB Tab Over At ESPN.com Definitely Has A Super Bowl Hangover
After the New England Patriots overcame a 25-point third quarter deficit to win the Super Bowl in its first ever overtime last night, the solid working theory about life in 2017 right now is that we're living in "the upside down" parallel universe from "Stranger Things."
Brady and Belichick now each have an entire hand's worth of Super Bowl rings, and it's more painfully evident than ever that giving the Patriots any reason to feel slighted is a decidedly terrible way to try to tear down their perceived evil empire.
So, since the good people over at ESPN played a major part in perpetuating DeflateGate and the ensuing media circus that encouraged the team to embark on a revenge tour for the ages, it only makes sense that they'd be dealing with a hard core case of the Mondays.
Here's a screenshot from the MLB preview tab on the main site page today:
Yes, the AL East is comprised of six teams with the Orioles logo, a couple of Spanish-speaking countries and a minor league team from New York. I see nothing wrong with this assessment.
It's just a guess, but I'd venture to say that someone working on the ESPN website is either a very sad Falcons fan or a very happy, still -inebriated Pats fan. Either way, I now feel a little sad that the Red Wings aren't going to play the entire country of Puerto Rico in an AL East game this season.
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