It’s a strong opinion, but by most measures they are.
If the Patriots have been able to sustain such a model of success and stability for two decades, why hasn’t that translated to the other franchise they own? Why is one business model sound and the other not working?
“It’s obvious the Krafts are good football owners. I think what’s going on with the Revolution is more about neglect, to be kind,” said Felger to kick off the segment. “If they invested all of their emotional energy, intellectual energy and capital I would like to think they’d be more successful than they are. Hopefully it’s about neglect.”
“That’s what I think it is. I don’t think it’s the plan, or the business principles. It’s the fact that they don’t put the same resources into that as they do their NFL team "
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