Move Makin’ Monday: 2/26/18 (Off-Screen)

Hello? Monday? Readers? Anybody? We byke! Yes, again, we missed last week’s installment in what is supposed to make this a weekly thing. However, it was President’s Day and seeing how we lack a sense of respect for the President around these parts I never really felt inclined to type shit last Monday. So I got drunk instead. Not gunna lie, great decision by me.

Wrong Side of the Bed

Hmmmm, where should I start with this one? Probably money. It’s always some shit with money.

1.) Bills are trash, garbage, basura, waste, Smush Parker. You get the idea. I currently am rolling over in my self-dug grave of financial instability as I watch myself take my hard-earned money and shoot it towards all my bills. I don’t deserve this. I slave away at work day-in and day-out. THEM HARD HOURS BO! Let a young guy get fly and live man :/

2.) Trump, the NRA and their stupid ass vision for a gun-toting future America. After the Parkland shooting we’ve seen the students from that fateful school bound together extremely well to create some upheaval in the mass-produced gun sector that has an enormous reach in terms of politics, economics, and now public safety. Trump and the NRA don’t like this. Which is fine cuz all them hoe ass people affiliated with both camps are some soul-less sellouts and could give two shits about the well-being of future generations. But the Millennials are on the up and up and these times are-a-changing. Slowly, but against the older generations’ will nonetheless.

3.) Hiking is a terrible, terrible thing. I wanna know who the first idiot was that decided it’d be a great idea to scale a fucking mountain and say “Hey, this is fun! Let’s make this commonplace!” Because I wanna beat their ass. Because of that notion, whenever they received it, I was deceived into believing going hiking yesterday would be a fun activity. Wrong. WRONG. WROOOOOOONG. The only time you don’t hate yourself for hiking voluntarily is when you reach the summit. Seriously, that’s the only time.

The Clock-In

Black Panther has done numbers and Wakanda is officially everywhere, forever. Wow. What a film man. You can tell the culture is gunna be on one for a hot minute because of this production, and rightly so. I have to admit I got around to the hype waaaay late and finally watched it to start my weekend. It was just as hype as I’d imagined it to be. Character portrayal? Flawless. Cinematography? Unreal. Cultural influence/utilization? Oh you already know, A1. Shoutsout to the entire cast and Ryan Coogler for directing an instant classic that has all but set the world stage on fire, as it has yet to debut in a few countries. The box office numbers when this thing goes global?? Pheeeeewwwww… let’s just say “BBBig!”

*Shoutsout Lavar Ball the GOAT*

Shifting lanes to sports, per usual, I stumbled across an interesting article documenting Demar DeRozan’s lifelong battle with anxiety and depression. It’s always sobering hearing about grand celebrities in the public sphere being so open about struggles of the common-person. It reels in our blissful idea that celebrity status and money can rid us of our ever-so-human mental strife. Although it was brief, Demar was incredibly candid about his demeanor, his reality, and ultimately what makes him the person he is today. As someone who can empathize in various aspects, it was comforting to read. Link provided here via Bleacher Report.

Speaking of anxiety… who likes where AI is headed? Everybody? Nobody? If you affiliate with the latter of those two statements then you probably don’t want to clue yourself in with this next article. In short (REAFFIRMING WHAT I’VE BEEN SAYING FOREVER, THE ROBOTS ARE PULLING UP HOES AND WE GON DIE) it details a report by in-the-know minds of the tech world and AI specialists addressing all of the ways AI is advancing and coming to wreck the human race. Who’s responsible for all of this? Us, of course! It’s not like we have a genre of art and culture that could possibly outline a scientific prediction of the future in the form of loose fiction and teach us what we shouldn’t do in order to avoid a dystopian tech nightmare! How have we gone so long in this world without such a genre? Where is it? We need a guide! Here’s your death note courtesy of Dazed Digital. (A1 mag btw)

Setting the Pace

There’s not too much to look ahead to in terms of upcoming storylines, but we’ll try our best to prep a few this week.

Winter Has Gone – The Olympics, not the actual weather. Sorry East Coast (and apparently California??) Winding down a refreshingly intriguing Winter Olympics for a lot of people, including myself, Olympians are packing up the medals and heading home. The closing ceremonies have concluded and the medal tallies are rounding out. It’s been fun, but now I’m back to not caring about 94% of those sports.

DACA Stays, For Now – The Supreme Court ruled today that it will not hear Trump’s request to put an axe to DACA by March. What that means is that Dreamers still have a fight through the Fall. Good for the Dreamers who deserve their spot in this polluted American fabric, and shame on Trump for keeping up with the efforts. ‘Disappointed but not surprised,’ as the great meme says. Trump should have a field day on Twitter to commemorate the ruling.

Gun Control, Now? – The haze from the Parkland Massacre has lingering effects that look to induce real change going forward. Young adults with ties to the school and people simply looking to do the right thing have joined forces to put the political pressure on policy makers. And they want results now rather than later. It’ll be interesting to see how this continues to play out, as some small victories have been earned since the Valentine’s tragedy. Hopefully the adults pick up the slack on the “adulting” part of this crucial issue which the kids have had to champion themselves, so far.

What’s the Move?

You know how this goes by now. Holla at ya boy. Let us know exactly how you feel about anything. Literally, anything. We don’t care what it is. But we do care about you 😉 So kick the shit with us fine folks here at Crewd with any and all questions, comments, and concerns. We are your canvas. Now paint you beautiful people!

Thursday Thoughts: 2/22/18

Another Thursday is winding down, and per usual, it’s time for some reflection. Today I was able to browse through a few things that enlightened the processes in the part of the brain that is my conscious mind.

These were long form interviews for the most part that were able to gauge the pulse of society and culture at certain checkpoints in the past and present day. Thoughts and ideas for a progressive mindset, but also an objective magnifying glass for topics that require subjective reflection.

In an effort to avoid spewing opinions on the subject matter, and spoiling the uniqueness of each discussion as a whole, I’ll get straight into providing the videos that crossed my path today. Much respect to the late great mind that was Tupac Shakur, and much respect to the enigmatic curator of lifestyles, Nipsey Hussle. Make sure you peep that Victory Lap by Nip, it goes a long way in tying together his interview.

Tupac Shakur – 1992

Tupac Shakur Interview From Prison

Nipsey Hussle Breakfast Club Interview

Thursday Thoughts: 2/15/18

Lack of Peaces

I can’t share until I know

I can’t be a devotional soul until I know

I can’t align with the words until you see how I spell

Until you know how I read

I can’t make priorities out of attractions

Not until I know

I need to know that you know

You have to know how I ache

How I hollow out when the circumstances overwhelm my system

You have to know my sadness and what it looks like

Because for me it camouflages in plain sight

You have to know the battles I fight to lose

You have to know I want to play to win

You have to know the real me

We have to know we deserve it

We have to know harmonies

We have to know how to lose time

And we have to know when to rob each other blind

For our emotions

For our sanity

This is all stuff I don’t know

This is all stuff that I want to know

I’m for me right now and I know it’s wrong to the degree in which I embody it

I don’t want me all to myself

I know I want only the pieces back when they get all strung out

I want to know what strung out is with your pieces in my hand knowing my work will never do your purest form justice

We can play so much

With all my pieces

But I won’t share until I know

I didn’t know I can’t share

And I don’t know why


Medium – Shock B

Crewd Podcast #4: Valentines Dimes


Move Makin’ Monday: 2/12/18 (Off-Screen)

Back on the scene like we never left. Definitely did though, my apologies. I actually typed up last week’s Move Makin’ Monday on a Tuesday and just never hit send. Yes, I was lazy. Yes, I was embarrassed that I didn’t get around to it until Tuesday. Yes, I’m a failure. But fuck all that, I was tired and I’m not really gunna apologize for much else tbh. However, we are back and on track so let’s hop right into this bih and put some words out there.

The Wrong Side of the Bed

There was quite a few things that have gone down in the past couple weeks that really grinded my gears, but to be quite honest I forgot half of them. I just know I was PISSED. So let’s get to some that are still on my mind and see how I feel now. ((Quick answer I’m still pissed))

1.) All these muhfuckin people on this damn BART train rn. Yes, right at this moment as I type this! Everybody acting too familiar with me and I don’t like it. One dude winked at me, another woman smiled in my direction like she knew something I didn’t, and now there’s just a bunch of weirdos shuffling up and down the car as we’re stopped at the station for police activity. I don’t like when people start acting suspicious. So now I’m lowkey hot (literally and figuratively) and mf’s making me nervous and I don’t like sweating without exercise.

2.) Tyga and Kylie Jenner didn’t name their baby, Straight Botox Up Jenner Scott, and that’s extremely disheartening. And I meant to say Travis Scott* not Tyga but we have no time to correct errors in a stream of consciousness. Even Rage Scott Jenner woulda been dope. Or Lip Kit Butterfly even. But noooooo, they just had to name it something that I currently can’t remember the name of because I don’t care as much as you’d think. I just know a ton of people were wrong on Twitter for thinking it was gunna be Mariposa or some shit. What a bunch of fucking idiots lmao.

3.) Women don’t ever text me back after the club .-( Okay that’s a lie, it’s not that they never do it, but I’m currently shooting an abysmal 13% from the field in my entire clubbing life for getting a texting back the day after a club outing. Maybe it’s karma because I never text people back in general, women and men alike, but still this shit ain’t cool no more :/ My game in winning time (the last 10 minutes before and after the club closes) is incredible! At least my drunk self thinks so…

The Clock-In

It’s time to clock-in, you ready? This was a whirlwind week of events and we can mainly thank sports for that. However there’s a good mix of pop-culture stuff to drop in as well.

Raise your hand if, to your own surprise, you were not traded by the Cleveland Cavaliers before the Thursday trade deadline. If you did raise your hand, consider yourself lucky because: you probably do not play for the Cleveland Cavaliers and/or do not have to live in Cleveland. Or, consider yourself unlucky because: you now play for the Cleveland Cavaliers because they acquired you instead of shipping you off and now you are stuck living in Cleveland full-time. And if you have lived and will continue to live in Cleveland for the foreseeable future… I truly am so, so, sorry for you.

But seriously though, the Cavaliers really went full Kardashian on their roster. Ironically enough, in honor of that reference, they decided to keep the salary cap King Kong, Tristan Thompson. Didn’t really have a choice, though. TT ain’t really good for too much these days except keeping up with OJ’s illegitimate child, Khloe Kardashian. The Cavs were able to do right by Dwyane Wade and allow him to reclaim Wade county in Miami for a 2024 second round pick. Kudos to Dan ‘Derek Jeter Jr’ Gilbert for that. For the full list of the Cavs overhaul, check here. And I guess it is worth noting they went up to Boston and did a number on the Celtics during Paul Pierce’s special day. Happy retirement, Sorta the Truth!

Quick, shift to music. Kendrick Lamar, the TDE collective, and friends, released the soundtrack/album they cultivated for the highly anticipated Black Panther movie set to hit theatres this Friday. Not even gunna front, shit is masterful. Kendrick was the one artist that could hold that torch and he Usain Bolt’d that shit across the finish line, for the culture. Big ups to him and the rest of the contributors for that. However, how did we not get a Big K.R.I.T. feature on that? I need answers. Also, check my mini rant on the cultural clammer building up to Black Panther’s release and its perception across demographics right here.

Sticking with music, apparently Jhene Aiko doesn’t like her booty getting ate like groceries? I feel like that’s a let down in more ways than one since she coined the iconic line. Me, personally, I get it. I’m not with the booty play either. But still, I feel like many folks out there now feel bamboozled as they may have been practicing their booty eating talents in hopes of bagging Jhene, pun intended I guess. She explains why her own lyrics were a fib and much more, including her seemingly scandalous relationship with Big Sean in the following link to her BBC Radio 1Xtra interview: No Groceries :/

Taking the windy road back to sports, NICK FOLES THE GOAT beat Tomothy Bumass Brady and the Pats to win Super Bowl LII! Foles balled out posting numbers much similar to my predicted stat-line in the pre-SB podcast (peep dat) and took home the well deserved MVP. In a reassuring twist of justice, Tom Brady fumbled on his initial game winning drive in the final minutes and the tuck rule was nowhere to be found as his recurring savior. HAAAAAAAAAAAN! Shockingly, in the aftermath following the game, the people of Philly failed to burn their own city to the ground. They probably would have been a little wise to burn the Phillies stadium to the ground as they were gifted the best excuse to rid themselves of watching that sewage they call the Phillies, but oh well. Maybe the Phillies shock the world this year like the Eagles were able to… Lmaooooohellnah.

Setting the Pace

Ahhhhh, the wonderful week ahead. Tbh I’d like to fill this was some interesting storylines on the horizon but I can’t think of too many that we haven’t already at least slightly touched on.

Black Panther – Marvel’s Black Panther officially hits the box office nationwide this Friday, February 16th. The film is highly anticipated for a multitude of reasons and is expected to see ridiculous numbers in its debut. Rumor has it, the film is sold out locally for the first 3 weeks. Wowza. Should be L!T as hell.

Spring Training – Baseball is damn near back, and I’m not even gunna front, I’m highkey juiced. In terms of the local teams, idk how the hell the Giants are gunna do this year, and I’m sure the A’s will make noise throughout the season, but spring has almost sprung and it’s always an exciting time as pitchers and catchers report this week to kick off the festivities. I 150% plan on being completely sauced attending at least one Spring Training game this year.

Boston Dynamics – Lolololololmaoooooooooo we really gotta do something about these mf’s out East pouring fire on the fuel of the fire that’s igniting the impending robot takeover. Seriously though, ROBOTS FINNA BE DOING MINI OLYMPICS AS THEY ROUND UP AND WIPE OUT THE HUMAN RACE AND THERE AIN’T SHIT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT! Rotflolol ahhhhhh this shit is getting scurry. They even made a Black Mirror episode about this shit bro!

What’s the move?

Let us know what you’re thinking in your thought tank these days. What’s on your plate? What’s on your mind? What do you like? What do you hate? Who are you? Who are we? When will robots start picking us off? Is Alexa gunna be the leader? Will Watson of IBM be the leader? Do we even stand a chance? Is Cleveland really that bad? Yes. Will the Cavs make the Finals again? Who will win the World Series? Speak up, closed mouths don’t get fed outchea folks.

Thursday Thoughts: 2/8/18

Like it was stated in the introduction, not everything on this site is supposed to be one thing. Everything is accepted and welcomed for expression. The site is a canvas and is a welcoming to all things that derive from thought. It’s been sports and podcast heavy since the takeoff, with a few things sprinkled in here and there, but ultimately the world has many different gears. All of those gears are used to drive the car, and the users and contributors provide the fuel. With that being said, another weekly addition will be added to the site, mainly for artistic or reflective, thought-provoking purposes. Or simply personal expression. It’s called Thursday Thoughts and I’d like to start it with my latest piece from a recent experience I felt inclined to pen.


She’s the type to change her songs halfway through, right after she hears her favorite part

She’s one of those people

Those are usually the worst type of people

Something tells me she’s the best type of person

The life off her lips is intoxicating

Potent even, under the spell of her painted haze

She created a living picture with no canvas

And did it effortlessly

Anxiety is a bitch but somehow she put it in its place with only a few words

The walls were extravagant

Soul decorum

Painted with that energy of one that she was so eager to school me on

A room that felt like home in a location with no address and not a shred of evidence for time

An infinite energy that caressed my psyche

Couldn’t tell how

Don’t know why

But I did know her

Even though I didn’t

We were screenwriters for a movie never meant to see a screen, but still meant to be sceene

In all honesty

She set the pace, I just treaded water in the midnight oil we used to paint

And I can’t swim

But somehow I floated

Her words were a million miles a minute

Based on her past

It seemed like she could fit her million miles traveled into one minute and still be ready for the next 10 million

She exists in an area code so foreign to me

Yet somehow it’s familiar

Ecstasy is in her blood as she’s surrounded by dopamine

Her highs are as low as one can get

In the best way possible

It felt as if we could have created string theory with our thoughts that night

Till forever was yesterday

And time was as perishable as money

But my money forced me to my sobering home

For a test of tomorrow

My ecstasy was gone but I never felt sad

Only happier for having it ignited

If only for a few hours in this living canvas

She was ready for the next song

I was still seeing music in the picture I took

And with no energy

I felt all of it with one flash

She had the best taste in music

She is the best type of person

Jordin M. S.

This particular piece can be found here along with a full slate of previous work here.

Check it out. See what you like and what you don’t. If ever you have any personal submissions you’d like to put up be sure to let us know. This space is as much yours as it is ours. Thursday’s are for thoughts.

Move Makin’ Monday: 1/29/18 (On-Screen)

Do you fine folks of the world’s population know what day it is? That’s right, the day after Sunday. AKA “Why, God, why?” AKA “Whoever decided to make the weekend only two days should have been assassinated,” AKA “I don’t know if I’ll be able to make it another week,” AKA “Monday.” Yup, that’s right, your favorite day of the week.

Even if it’s not your favorite day of the week, we’re here to make it a little bit more enjoyable. I’d personally like to introduce you all to the very first edition of “Move Makin’ Monday.” The goal of this weekly series of blog posts is to, basically, set the picture for the week ahead. You can expect this to be done in a way that recaps weekend events, personal stories of sorts, questions for readers, indulging in upcoming storylines for the week and plugging in any notable news that Monday has brought to our attention. Keep in mind that we’re a very free-flowing entity here at Crewd Analysis and we like it that way, because that’s generally how we operate on a day-to-day basis. So, all topics touched upon in this weekly blog series have unlimited range. You never know what we’ll stumble upon for discussion from week-to-week.

We’ll outline this series in four sections: The Wrong Side of the Bed, The Clock-In, Setting the Pace, and What’s the Move? With these sections we’ll try to move the day, week and headlines along in a transitional fashion. As you read through a few times, hopefully you’ll start to see the vision.

Now, without further ado, let’s open up Pandora’s box provided by Lucifer’s time stamp itself — Monday.

The Wrong Side of the Bed

It’s a common occurrence to wake up on the wrong side of the bed after a weekend of shenanigans. So, for this portion of these posts, we’ll document 3 things from the weekend that we didn’t like. Let’s get started because I’m PISSED.

1.) BOOGIE. COUSINS. Torn achilles. Extremely late in a mid-season game right before All-Star weekend. Truly, truly tragic. Boogie was slated to start for team LeBron alongside his Pelican running-mate Anthony Davis. Why. WHY did Boogie have to get taken from us before we had the opportunity to see him defend Russel Westbrook in a fight for the ages against Joel Embiid during the All-Star game?! Maybe Cousins wouldn’t have defended anyone but at least he could’ve been there for a good laugh. I’m upset.

2.) It’s official. I’ve lost all of my Snapchat streaks. Every last one of them. Gone. Everyone on my friends list are a bunch of phonies. Actually, just the people that ruined the streaks. And you know who you are. I will admit though, I ruined a couple of them myself but this isn’t about my transgressions right now, it’s about the detriment that was inflicted upon me by my so-called “friends.” I’ll never streak again. <— That’s a lie.

3.) Apparently new refrigerators for Air Force One cost an estimated $24 million. Who knew? Not me. I really only have one question and it’s been irritating me trying to figure it out since I saw the headline: HOW? What technology could you possible put in a refrigerator for it to cost $1 million in installation let alone $24??? I’m sure I do not know. But I absolutely blame Donald Trump for not making America great again with this. He’s now shooting an astounding 0% from the field in that category. But I digress. And for those of you who don’t believe me, see for yourself.

The Clock-In

It’s time to clock-in, you ready? This is the section where you get updated on what you’re walking into after an eventful weekend when you go to clock-in. Notable stories or headlines will be found here. So let’s get started.

The Grammy’s were this weekend and, as you could already expect, the timelines of social media have been scorching with hot takes that rival that of Skip Bayless off percocets ever since the opening score. Bruno Mars set the tone for people’s emotionally charged typing when he took home Record of the Year with his certified banger of 24k Magic. I say certified banger because I officially recognized the certification as of mid-summer while I was in Vietnam. What does Vietnam have to do with Bruno’s worthiness if recognition for 24k Magic you ask? Well, let’s just say the wonderful people of Vietnam appreciated that record very, very much. So much so, I couldn’t escape hearing it at least 4 times a day during my six-week stay, and that might be an underestimation of its spins. Although, the same could be said for the Biebs and his touch on Despacito. Between those two songs, you would’ve swore every corner of the world now had two universal national anthems. Kudos to both artists, and the rest of the artists up for the award, including my personal idol Childish Gambino for the Twitter-fueled cult classic that is now known as Redbone. The Story of O.J. didn’t quite kill it the way Jay-Z may have thought it would, and Kendrick was sat down, for at least this nomination, and HUMBLE. *ba-dum-tss* (Too soon?)

Okay, I would continue to write about the rest of the Grammy’s and spew commentary akin to that of everything trending on Twitter from last night, but to be quite honest… I didn’t watch the Grammy’s. Sorry. BUT, if you would like to express yourself about how things shook out on music’s big night, please be heard by hitting us in the comments section of the blog. We read it all, I promise. Also, take a look at the rest of the night’s big winners by using the link below:

Grammy Winners 2018

Setting the Pace

Here is where we outline the pace for what this particular Monday was, and look forward to headlines for the week ahead. This Monday was eventful all thanks to the never-ending drama America calls the NBA.

The great news at this point of the article? We had an official #WojBomb today! Courtesy of the NBA’s Teller-of-Secrets himself, Adrian Wojnarowski (GOAT), he officially dropped at 3:30pm PST. The bomb, while not his biggest ever unleashed on a TL of unsuspecting inhabitants of basketball Twitter, certainly caused a firestorm that places the Clippers in sole possession of first place for timeline meltdowns in the 2017-2018 NBA season. Followed ever so closely by the Cavaliers who have made a very strong push for top seed as of late.

Blake Griffin was the napalm coating and nuclear fallout that kept the TL very L!T since the bomb touched down. In a matter of weeks, he’s gone from cozy secret tunnels of Staples Center to frigid pizza palaces in the city of Detroit. Yiiikes. Tough change of scenery for a guy that’s been living an off-court a dream in Tinseltown. It’s cold in the D, Blake, I sure hope that Kia has proper insulation.

Speaking of cold — Hi, Jerry West! The Logo showed just how icy the NBA can be when it comes to front-office loyalty. Without batting an eye, he finessed a trade that sent the face of the Clippers’ franchise to the Pistons in exchange for Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley, Boban Marjanovic, and first and second round picks with protections. Seems like a pretty typical way to move pieces to free up cap space and build a future. However, lest we forget, during the summer the Clippers essentially pitched to Blake Griffin during his free agency that he was the lifeblood of the Clippers (and apparently social justice?¿) in an attempt to reel in the PF from taking his talents elsewhere. It was enough to sell Blake on a Hollywood ending with the step-brother LA franchise, but Jerry West just so happened to be the Grim Reaper dressed as the Sandman. Cold game. But Jerry West is suspected to be setting up a potential “check” move to counter the kings (hell no, not Sacramento, sorry Thien) of the West and his former organization, the Golden State Warriors. The Dubs may be the reigning royalty of the NBA, but there is one self-proclaimed King that assumingely looks to shake up the power dynamics of the league this summer with another “Decision.” The always lovable, LeBron James. Blake was a necessary sacrifice in those efforts, and more pieces may have to fall to ultimately land the prize (cc: Deandre Jordan, Lou Williams).

Winding down and crossing cultural spheres, allow me to touch on some other notable headlines for the week ahead:

Trump’s first State of the Union Address – Slated for January 30th (Tuesday) the nation waits with reserved intrigue for the controversial President’s first address to the Nation on a center-stage platform since his inauguration a year ago. I’m sure it will be nothing short of… quotable.

The Super Bowl – Guess who’s playing the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles in football’s biggest matchup? Unfortunately, you’re probably wrong. It’s not the Cleveland Browns. In a shocking turn of events, the Browns fell 19 games short of that goal. The 17-Year Cinderella Story that is the New England Patriots, Tom Brady, and Bill Belichick will be representing the AFC in the Super Bowl in an attempt to repeat the meme of a game that was last year’s fiasco against the Atlanta Falcons.

What’s the Move?

This is the part where you tell us the moves for the week ahead. What do you think about the Grammy’s or award shows in general? Who won in the Blake Griffin trade? If Blake Griffin couldn’t tan in LA then how the hell can he possibly tan in Detroit? Is it over for him and Kendall Jenner? What’s the over/under on how many times Trump uses the terms “tremendous,” “proud,” and “Rocket-Man?” Will you even watch the State of the Union Address? Will Tom Brady be the GOAT of all sports if he gets a sixth Super Bowl ring? How much do you already hate the Patriots? Will the Clippers land LeBron? Will the Indians ever change their name? If a tree falls in a forest and nobody is around to hear it, does the sound still echo in the Clippers’ secret tunnel? What should we improve on? What should we add/take away from this weekly blog series? And finally, how do you really feel about Mondays? Let. Us. Know. We’re just getting started so this can be anything we want to make it.

Just know, the grind never stops. And apparently, neither do the Patriots. But hey, we’ll see how the week shakes out. It’s sure to be interesting… stay tuned.