Jeff Pearlman

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The art of saying shit so people Tweet about you …

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Here’s the image.

The one image.

If you’re on the fence whether Stephen A. Smith says things solely for attention—here’s your answer.

Yes, Philip Rivers—who has never won a thing in the playoffs—is a better postseason quarterback than Tom Brady.

Yes, Dak Prescott—who has never won a thing in the playoffs—is a better postseason quarterback than Tom Brady.

There are arguments to be made. Sane, nuanced arguments. The Patriots don’t have the wide receivers to make Brady as dangerous as usual. The Chargers’ offense has taken things to a different level, and Rivers is receiving a ton of time to throw before a fantastic offensive line, and they no longer seem terrified by road playoff football.

Arguments upon arguments.

Good ones.

Sound ones.

But Stephen A doesn’t do that.

It’s about the clicks.

Clicks.

Clicks.

Clicks.

Showtime Book
Love Me, Hate Me Barry Bonds Book
Sweetness Walter Peyton Book
The Bad Guys Won Book
The Rocket that Fell to Earth Book
Boys Will Be Boys Book

Once again, Jeff Pearlman has produced an exhaustively researched, elegantly written book that re-creates one of the most colorful and memorable teams of the modern era. No basketball fan's bookshelf will be complete without it.

— Seth Davis, author of Wooden: A Coach's Life