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sneakers
02-07-2008, 02:19 AM
Hahhahahahahhahahhahaha!!!

http://www.theonion.com/content/news/patriots_season_perfect_for_rest

FOXBOROUGH, MA—As the once-invincible, still-insufferable Patriots attempt to come to grips with their 17-14 Super Bowl loss to the Giants, the death of their dream to go undefeated, and the possible end of their dynasty, almost every other person in America is reveling in what they consider the perfect ending to New England's season.

"I just couldn't imagine a better ending to the Patriots odyssey," said Simon Williams, a Kansas City-area football fan who usually watches the college game but found himself caught up in the Patriots' sheer loathsomeness during the season. "The utter lack of humility they displayed alongside an equal lack of any joy in the game, that toad of a coach, and that cologne-ad quarterback… If they have to act that badly while playing that well, you really want to see them fail in the biggest way possible. Thank God almighty, that's what we got."

There is general agreement that the Super Bowl, despite the low score, was one of the finest in recent memory, due in part to the fearsome performance by the Giants and a cool, courageous display of quarterbacking by Eli Manning.

However, when asked about their favorite parts of the game, most fans chose the Patriots' cocky decision to begin the game with a trick play, which the Giants stopped handily; Bill Belichick's smug third-quarter attempt at a fourth-and-13 conversion, which blew up in his face, instead of trying a field goal; and New England's offensive line, which featured three Pro Bowlers, allowing high-cheekboned, doe-eyed, supermodel-impregnating passer Tom Brady to be hit over 20 times during the course of the game.

"Did you see [Giants defensive tackle Lance] Alford smack Brady right in the face on that last drive?" said Bellvue, WA newsstand operator Christian Dansby. "Brady was almost offended. I think he forgot for a few months there that he was a football player. It was just perfect."

"God, seeing Randy Moss do his weird chicken-wing crowd taunt when they scored to go ahead in the fourth was awful," said Jeff Lafferty, who watched the Super Bowl with rabid New England fans despite having known them for years. "What's worse is that the Pats fans ate it up. Of course, when Burress made that catch to win… Perfection. That's the only word for the Pats now. Perfection."

However, most fans gave responses that had little to do with the game itself and more with the almost flawless joy of seeing the Patriots lose, as a team that has been insufferable and unappealing in victory instantly became inconsolable and self-pitying in defeat.

Frequently mentioned examples of instances which, upon reflection, sweetened the Patriots' utter failure included the team's propensity to complain about unfair officiating after their victories; their habit of gleefully running up the score, which also resulted in Brady and Moss earning NFL single-season scoring records in blowouts; and of course, the players' and coaches' hateful attitude.

"Come on, that cheating scandal to open the season and all they say is 'Everybody does it?' They could have at least acted a little bit sorry," said Milwaukee architect and sports fan David Engel. "They acted like a bunch of third-graders, just the way Belichick did when he ran off the field with time left on the clock. At least he shook the other coach's hand this time. That's a first for the big baby."

"The worst part for me is that none of them seem to enjoy playing football," said Lexington, KY-area mechanic Jack Colgrave. "Even when they were winning, all they did was taunt—Randy Moss taunting crowds, Wes Welker telling people they sucked, Brady sneering at the very idea they might get beat someday. What a bunch of absolutely perfect ********."

"Did their team plane land safely back in Foxborough?" Colgrave asked. "It didn't happen to lose altitude over Boston, burst into a cartwheel of flames, throwing players like Roman candles across New England, and then slam into few dozen loudmouth Patriots' fans houses? It didn't? Well, I guess no football season is perfect."

omac
02-07-2008, 08:08 AM
Good article, sneakers. :cheers:

This season, lots of people have been jumping on and off the Pats bandwagon, depending on what's popular.

First with Spygate, everyone was calling them cheaters. Then when they proceeded to bash their opponents into submission, everyone was cheering them on as the greatest team ever. Then when they lost the biggest game of the year and of their franchise, everyone's been putting them down again.

The Superbowl wasn't an easy win for the Giants, and the Pats didn't choke either. The Giants played as close to perfect as they could and barely beat the Patriots.

Despite this Superbowl loss, I'd still say the Pats will be the team to beat next season, not the Giants. We'll also see a lot more of their running game next season to prepare themselves for the playoffs, not the over-reliance on a high-octane passing game. They just won't have the mystique of invincibility they seemed to have this season, but I think they'll be a lot tougher. They seemed to have lost some of their toughness in favor of finnesse this season.

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 08:36 AM
Good article, sneakers. :cheers:

This season, lots of people have been jumping on and off the Pats bandwagon, depending on what's popular.

First with Spygate, everyone was calling them cheaters. Then when they proceeded to bash their opponents into submission, everyone was cheering them on as the greatest team ever. Then when they lost the biggest game of the year and of their franchise, everyone's been putting them down again.

The Superbowl wasn't an easy win for the Giants, and the Pats didn't choke either. The Giants played as close to perfect as they could and barely beat the Patriots.

Despite this Superbowl loss, I'd still say the Pats will be the team to beat next season, not the Giants. We'll also see a lot more of their running game next season to prepare themselves for the playoffs, not the over-reliance on a high-octane passing game. They just won't have the mystique of invincibility they seemed to have this season, but I think they'll be a lot tougher. They seemed to have lost some of their toughness in favor of finnesse this season.

omac, you realize that was from the Onion, right?

Anywho...hilarious...and honestly, not that far from the truth...

omac
02-07-2008, 08:39 AM
omac, you realize that was from the Onion, right?

Anywho...hilarious...and honestly, not that far from the truth...

HEHEHE, LOL at me! :D I didn't check the source.

But I have been reading a lot from forums about how glad people are that the Pats were beaten.

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 08:40 AM
HEHEHE, LOL at me! :D I didn't check the source.

But I have been reading a lot from forums about how glad people are that the Pats were beaten.

Yeah, that's about as truthful of an Onion article as I've ever read...

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 08:48 AM
Bill Belichick Sticks Patriots With Awful Game Plan In Ultimate Dick Move

“A-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha! You should see the look on all of your faces right now,” said Bill Belichick in the Patriots post-game locker room. “Hilarious. Absolutely hilarious. ‘Oh, whoa is us. We lost. We’re not 19-0. Boo-hoo. Boo-hoo’ Ha! Losers. Outstanding. Here’s what you learned tonight: I made you. I f—king made you pathetic pieces of crap. And I can destroy you, too. And that’s exactly what I did tonight.”

And with that post-game debriefing, every Patriots player learned the stunning truth: Bill Belichick had purposely installed a game plan for Super Bowl XLII that was destined to fail in order to crush the hopes and dreams of his team for his own personal amusement.

“I have to get a picture of this. It’s just too sweet,” said Belichick. “Come on. Everyone gather together for a team photo. Anyone who is crying get in the middle. Seau? Get in there. Someone pick Seau up off the floor and get him in the picture. I want his big, pathetic baby tears to be front and center. Oh, man. Yeah. This is great. I’m blowing this up and putting it on the wall in my office. 18-and-whoa, losers!”

After the team photo, several shocked players asked Belichick if he was just kidding. If the whole thing was an attempt, perhaps misguided, to lighten the mood in the crushed Patriots locker room.

“Kidding? Ha! Absolutely not,” he said. “No way. I made you guys lose. You were like puppets on a string out there. You really think, against a defensive line like that, I wouldn’t go to max protect? Or that I’d leave Ellis Hobbs, an injured Ellis Hobbs, all alone to cover Plaxico Burress? Or that suddenly, after being aggressive on offense the entire season, I decided to dial it in and dink and dunk? I mean, jeez – when I went for it on 4th-and-13 when we were in field goal range ... none of you retards got a little suspicious of that? Really? After all this time, you really think I’m that stupid? It seemed so obvious to me. You losers are more gullible than that the ginger balls Roger Goodell.”

With those players who weren’t already crying now wailing over the betrayal by their own coach, Belichick gleefully turned the knife.

“Oh, and enjoy those three Super Bowl rings from earlier this decade while you can,” he cackled, holding his sides in laughter. “Because you won’t have them much longer. I cheated in those Super Bowls. Big time. And it’s all going to come out. That’s right – everything you have all accomplished in your careers is a sham. Everything you have worked for, sweated for, bled for ... is a lie. Isn’t it hilarious?! A-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha. Oh, man. I’m laughing so hard I just spit up in my mouth. I mean, Brady – did you really think you were good enough to win three Super Bowls? Really? Come on, guy. You were a sixth round draft pick, you homo. You didn’t even start at Michigan. Yet all of a sudden you’re unstoppable? Nothing seemed suspicious to you? What kind of fantasy world do you live in?”

http://www.sportspickle.com/features/volume7/2008-0206-belichick.html

SeeingRed
02-07-2008, 09:14 AM
I wanted the Pats to win. I actually bet money on the Pats by 12.5 and LOST a bet. I NEVER bet for that reason.

WTE
02-07-2008, 12:57 PM
It's sad when fans from a crappy team like the Broncos have to live vicariously through another team like the Giants to lift their spirits.

It's really quite sad.

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 01:06 PM
It's sad when fans from a crappy team like the Broncos have to live vicariously through another team like the Giants to lift their spirits.

It's really quite sad.

Would you like a tissue?

WTE
02-07-2008, 01:33 PM
Would you like a tissue?

No. You hold on to your tissues.

You'll need as many as possible next year when your Donks fail to make the playoffs for the 3rd straight year.

Escobar
02-07-2008, 01:33 PM
No. You hold on to your tissues.

You'll need as many as possible next year when your Donks fail to make the playoffs for the 3rd straight year.

lol,

omac
02-07-2008, 01:47 PM
No. You hold on to your tissues.

You'll need as many as possible next year when your Donks fail to make the playoffs for the 3rd straight year.

Probably better than going down as the biggest superbowl disappointment in NFL history, the 2007 NE Pats. :D

WTE
02-07-2008, 01:57 PM
Probably better than going down as the biggest superbowl disappointment in NFL history, the 2007 NE Pats. :D

I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

underrated29
02-07-2008, 02:08 PM
No. You hold on to your tissues.

You'll need as many as possible next year when your Donks fail to make the playoffs for the 3rd straight year.



maybe, but bring the party hats as we will own you once again like we always do. This time the canadians will get to see it happen too.

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 02:13 PM
No. You hold on to your tissues.

You'll need as many as possible next year when your Donks fail to make the playoffs for the 3rd straight year.

Don't mind if I do. The end of the Pats season has had me laughing so hard, it brought tears to my eyes.

WTE
02-07-2008, 02:24 PM
Don't mind if I do. The end of the Pats season has had me laughing so hard, it brought tears to my eyes.

Same here. I was laughing so hard when I saw the Donks self-destruct for the 2nd straight year. No wonder Javon Walker wants to get out of town as fast as possible. You guys suck.

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 02:28 PM
Same here. I was laughing so hard when I saw the Donks self-destruct for the 2nd straight year. No wonder Javon Walker wants to get out of town as fast as possible. You guys suck.

Do you need a hug?

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 02:36 PM
I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

That's a pretty wharped way of looking at it, isn't it.

Broncos 13-5
Patriots 18-0

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 02:38 PM
That's a pretty wharped way of looking at it, isn't it.

Broncos 13-5
Patriots 18-0

MB....WARPED. You are losing my respect.

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 02:42 PM
MB....WARPED. You are losing my respect.

If you really want to get into it...calling that the biggest Super Bowl disappointment is just a bitter Patriot fan who is tired of crying in his beer at PatriotPlanet, or wherever it is he calls home, so he decides to come bash us using a season where we were 13-5 entering the Super Bowl and the 49ers were 16-2...they did to us what New England should have done to a fifth-seeded Giants team that was 13-6 going in...

Just saying...a little warped.

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 02:47 PM
If you really want to get into it...calling that the biggest Super Bowl disappointment is just a bitter Patriot fan who is tired of crying in his beer at PatriotPlanet, or wherever it is he calls home, so he decides to come bash us using a season where we were 13-5 entering the Super Bowl and the 49ers were 16-2...they did to us what New England should have done to a fifth-seeded Giants team that was 13-6 going in...

Just saying...a little warped.

Much better. Thank you. :elefant:

WTE
02-07-2008, 02:50 PM
If you really want to get into it...calling that the biggest Super Bowl disappointment is just a bitter Patriot fan who is tired of crying in his beer at PatriotPlanet, or wherever it is he calls home, so he decides to come bash us using a season where we were 13-5 entering the Super Bowl and the 49ers were 16-2...they did to us what New England should have done to a fifth-seeded Giants team that was 13-6 going in...

Just saying...a little warped.

Your argument is the only thing that's warped. The Giants rolled into the SB beating the 4th, 1st and 2nd seeds in the NFC on the road. They definitly deserved to be there. To say NE should have beat NY 55-10 is not only absurd, it's downright stupid.

SF 55
Donks 10

Worst blowout in SB history. What a joke.

BigDaddyBronco
02-07-2008, 02:55 PM
I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

If we are in a time machine lets go back to January 26, 1986.

Bears - 46
Pats - 10

But unlike the cinderella Giants, the cinderella Pats got spanked by a team that might be the best ever. Unlike the 2007-2008 Patriots who wanted to be crowned the best ever.

18-1, the whole season is a failure if you don't win the big one. Just ask Brady, Bellicheat, and the others.

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 02:55 PM
Your argument is the only thing that's warped. The Giants rolled into the SB beating the 4th, 1st and 2nd seeds in the NFC on the road. They definitly deserved to be there. To say NE should have beat NY 55-10 is not only absurd, it's downright stupid.

SF 55
Donks 10

Worst blowout in SB history. What a joke.

Yup, San Francisco was a bunch of nobodies, what were the Broncos thinking losing to them...

Absurd? They were a 12.5 point favorites...they set a record for points...they hadn't lost a game...They should have blown the Giants out.

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 03:00 PM
Your argument is the only thing that's warped. The Giants rolled into the SB beating the 4th, 1st and 2nd seeds in the NFC on the road. They definitly deserved to be there. To say NE should have beat NY 55-10 is not only absurd, it's downright stupid.

SF 55
Donks 10

Worst blowout in SB history. What a joke.

You're kidding right? I don't remember Denver having the same kind of dominance that the Pats had this year.

WTE
02-07-2008, 03:04 PM
Yup, San Francisco was a bunch of nobodies, what were the Broncos thinking losing to them...

Absurd? They were a 12.5 point favorites...they set a record for points...they hadn't lost a game...They should have blown the Giants out.

The point spread was ridiculous. I don't know what Vegas was thinking. They lost their shirts.

The fact of the matter is I am much more confident about my team winning the Super Bowl next year than yours.

The Donks won't even make it to the playoffs, again.

GEM
02-07-2008, 04:05 PM
The point spread was ridiculous. I don't know what Vegas was thinking. They lost their shirts.

The fact of the matter is I am much more confident about my team winning the Super Bowl next year than yours.

The Donks won't even make it to the playoffs, again.

Sour grapes buddy. I mean, I know it hurts, but I haven't seen you this angry since...well....since the Bronco beat the Pansies out of the Playoffs. You should hit up an anger management group up there....though it may be tough, I've heard they are all booked solid since the night of the Super Bowl.

Pooooo thing, I almost feel bad for you....then I laugh. :D

WTE
02-07-2008, 04:29 PM
Sour grapes buddy. I mean, I know it hurts, but I haven't seen you this angry since...well....since the Bronco beat the Pansies out of the Playoffs. You should hit up an anger management group up there....though it may be tough, I've heard they are all booked solid since the night of the Super Bowl.

Pooooo thing, I almost feel bad for you....then I laugh. :D

Maybe you can start a Group Therapy Thread on these boards for me.

I know how helpful my group therapy thread was for you. :elefant:

Escobar
02-07-2008, 04:40 PM
Maybe you can start a Group Therapy Thread on these boards for me.

I know how helpful my group therapy thread was for you. :elefant:

I can see your anger in your posts, but don't worry, we'll get the donks next year :beer:

WTE
02-07-2008, 04:44 PM
I can see your anger in your posts, but don't worry, we'll get the donks next year :beer:

Well I gave the Broncos fans a break this year. I didn't chide them every time they got a loss, or a player busted or kicked off the team.

They're not going to get off that easy next year. These fans are going to pay for their childish behavior.

You have my word as the Worst Troll Ever. :salute:

NightTrainLayne
02-07-2008, 04:45 PM
The point spread was ridiculous. I don't know what Vegas was thinking. They lost their shirts.

The fact of the matter is I am much more confident about my team winning the Super Bowl next year than yours.

The Donks won't even make it to the playoffs, again.

Yes, the point spread was ridiculous, and what was Vegas thinking. .. Gimme a break.

Can someone link the video of Brady LAUGHING at the mere thought that the Giants would hold them to 17 points? Keep on laughing pretty-boy.

WTE
02-07-2008, 05:36 PM
Yes, the point spread was ridiculous, and what was Vegas thinking. .. Gimme a break.

Can someone link the video of Brady LAUGHING at the mere thought that the Giants would hold them to 17 points? Keep on laughing pretty-boy.

Yeah, and what was Brady's next line that you conveniently left out?

It was something like "Couldn't he have predicted a score of 45-42 or something?"

That's 3 points zit-face.

NightTrainLayne
02-07-2008, 05:44 PM
Yeah, and what was Brady's next line that you conveniently left out?

It was something like "Couldn't he have predicted a score of 45-42 or something?"

That's 3 points zit-face.

No. . .that's 25 points more than they actually scored. Sorry for leaving Brady's fantasy out of my quote. If I woulda thought about it, I would have made sure to put it in. . .it makes it even funnier to think that Brady actually thought they'd put 40 on the Giants.

WTE
02-07-2008, 05:52 PM
No. . .that's 25 points more than they actually scored. Sorry for leaving Brady's fantasy out of my quote. If I woulda thought about it, I would have made sure to put it in. . .it makes it even funnier to think that Brady actually thought they'd put 40 on the Giants.

The point of this discussion of ours was I said the point spread was ridiculous. You brought up something Brady said about NE only scoring 17 points which had nothing to do with the discussion since you left out the next line.

Stop trying to cover up your errors and admit you need to think of better comebacks.

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 05:54 PM
The point of this discussion of ours was I said the point spread was ridiculous. You brought up something Brady said about NE only scoring 17 points which had nothing to do with the discussion since you left out the next line.

Stop trying to cover up your errors and admit you need to think of better comebacks.

18-0
17-14

Choke job.

NightTrainLayne
02-07-2008, 05:58 PM
The point of this discussion of ours was I said the point spread was ridiculous. You brought up something Brady said about NE only scoring 17 points which had nothing to do with the discussion since you left out the next line.

Stop trying to cover up your errors and admit you need to think of better comebacks.

The only error I made was in responding to you. If you were a man you could take your lumps with your team when they lose.

You are more than happy to dish out insults at us, but you're not man enough to take it when it's thrown back at you. . .typical Pats fan.

Day1BroncoFan
02-07-2008, 06:26 PM
No. You hold on to your tissues.

You'll need as many as possible next year when your Donks fail to make the playoffs for the 3rd straight year.

Sad is you coming here to bother us because you have nothing else in your life worth doing. Oh that and the fact that your team blew a perfect oppotunity for a perfect season. :laugh:

WTE
02-07-2008, 07:07 PM
Sad is you coming here to bother us because you have nothing else in your life worth doing. Oh that and the fact that your team blew a perfect oppotunity for a perfect season. :laugh:

I guess you didn't read the countless posts from your fellow Donks asking where all the Pats fans were on this board (not that there were many to begin with). Don't invite someone then piss and moan when they arrive.

I hope you enjoyed your 2nd lousy season in a row. Must really suck.

Get ready for the 3rd.

Watchthemiddle
02-07-2008, 07:10 PM
I guess you didn't read the countless posts from your fellow Donks asking where all the Pats fans were on this board (not that there were many to begin with). Don't invite someone then piss and moan when they arrive.

I hope you enjoyed your 2nd lousy season in a row. Must really suck.

Get ready for the 3rd.

This coming from a Pats fan....:laugh:

Last I checked you can go 18-0, 6-10, 18-1, or 11-5 ...there is only one SUper Bowl winner and it AIN'T the Pats....:laugh:

frauschieze
02-07-2008, 07:11 PM
I guess you didn't read the countless posts from your fellow Donks asking where all the Pats fans were on this board (not that there were many to begin with). Don't invite someone then piss and moan when they arrive.

I hope you enjoyed your 2nd lousy season in a row. Must really suck.

Get ready for the 3rd.

Are you always so angry? Or only when the Pats piss in your cornflakes by losing?

Day1BroncoFan
02-07-2008, 07:17 PM
I guess you didn't read the countless posts from your fellow Donks asking where all the Pats fans were on this board (not that there were many to begin with). Don't invite someone then piss and moan when they arrive.

I hope you enjoyed your 2nd lousy season in a row. Must really suck.

Get ready for the 3rd.

Sucks is thinking you're going to go a perfect 19-0 right up until the last few seconds of the superbowl and watching it slip through your hands. That had to hurt. :laugh:

By the way, I nerver ask where you or any patsie fans were at so try again.

WTE
02-07-2008, 07:28 PM
This coming from a Pats fan....:laugh:

Last I checked you can go 18-0, 6-10, 18-1, or 11-5 ...there is only one SUper Bowl winner and it AIN'T the Pats....:laugh:

I've been doing a lot more hootin' and hollerin' than you the last couple years.

A lot more.

Good luck beating the Raiders next year.

Watchthemiddle
02-07-2008, 08:04 PM
I've been doing a lot more hootin' and hollerin' than you the last couple years.

A lot more.

Good luck beating the Raiders next year.


You just got worked by Eli Manning...:laugh:

How was the Parade on Tuesday? :laugh:

MOtorboat
02-07-2008, 09:32 PM
I've been doing a lot more hootin' and hollerin' than you the last couple years.

A lot more.

Good luck beating the Raiders next year.

Is this actually making you feel better?

broncosfanscott
02-08-2008, 12:43 AM
I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

Whether you lose by 45 or 3, a loss is a loss.

omac
02-08-2008, 05:40 AM
I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

LOL, the 49ers were the favored team, with solid offense, defense, running game, talent; the Broncos had Elway. :D

Compare that with the 18-0 Pats breaking the QB TD record and the WR TD record, having the best offense and one of the best defenses in the league, blowing out their opponents, going for history, trying to cement themselves as the best ever. They were heavily, heavily favored against a Giants team that lost a bunch of games in the regular season, including some to teams who didn't even make the playoffs.

Sorry, but the Pats are the biggest superbowl disappointment in NFL history. Definitely, history will remember the 2007 Pats in infamy. :D

WTE
02-08-2008, 07:58 AM
LOL, the 49ers were the favored team, with solid offense, defense, running game, talent; the Broncos had Elway. :D

Compare that with the 18-0 Pats breaking the QB TD record and the WR TD record, having the best offense and one of the best defenses in the league, blowing out their opponents, going for history, trying to cement themselves as the best ever. They were heavily, heavily favored against a Giants team that lost a bunch of games in the regular season, including some to teams who didn't even make the playoffs.

Sorry, but the Pats are the biggest superbowl disappointment in NFL history. Definitely, history will remember the 2007 Pats in infamy. :D

None of what you said matters. It's how well you're playing in Jan. and Feb.

The Giants had been on a roll and NE had lost some of their magic. You seem to imply the Giants weren't a worthy opponent which is absolutely ridiculous.

Anyhoots, how did your team play in Jan. and Feb?

Mike
02-08-2008, 09:03 AM
None of what you said matters. It's how well you're playing in Jan. and Feb.

The Giants had been on a roll and NE had lost some of their magic. You seem to imply the Giants weren't a worthy opponent which is absolutely ridiculous.

Anyhoots, how did your team play in Jan. and Feb?

Lord knows that 18-0 isn't considered "on a roll". :laugh:

MOtorboat
02-08-2008, 09:06 AM
Lord knows that 18-0 isn't considered "on a roll". :laugh:

No, dude...they limped in to the Super Bowl.

Day1BroncoFan
02-08-2008, 10:06 AM
None of what you said matters. It's how well you're playing in Jan. and Feb.

The Giants had been on a roll and NE had lost some of their magic. You seem to imply the Giants weren't a worthy opponent which is absolutely ridiculous.
Anyhoots, how did your team play in Jan. and Feb?

Shoudn't this be in this other thread?

http://www.broncosforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9294

WTE
02-08-2008, 10:09 AM
What kills me is that most of you Donks would rather laugh at NE instead of discussing what an exciting and close game that was. It may have been the best Super Bowl ever.

But very few of you want to talk about the actual game.

Which makes me wonder......Did you watch the game or just tune in for the commercials?

omac
02-08-2008, 10:19 AM
Lord knows that 18-0 isn't considered "on a roll". :laugh:

LOL, doesn't matter how he tries to spin it, the 2007 Pats are most likely regarded by most as the biggest Superbowl disappointment, and unless another team that looks as strong as the Pats lose a superbowl to a team that looks as overmatched as the Giants were, the 2007 Pats will likely be the biggest Superbowl disappointment in NFL history. :D

Hehehe, but I'm just ribbing ya WTE. If you read my first post here, I gave huge props to the Pats. The articles posted were joke articles, but you were the first to get defensive; quite understandable, with all the expectations.

NightTrainLayne
02-08-2008, 10:21 AM
What kills me is that most of you Donks would rather laugh at NE instead of discussing what an exciting and close game that was. It may have been the best Super Bowl ever.

But very few of you want to talk about the actual game.

Which makes me wonder......Did you watch the game or just tune in for the commercials?

You want to talk about this game? Hmm, I guess I got confused with references to games in 1989.

This was a great game, and a lot of fun to watch. If you haven't figured it out, the reason us "donks" fans are rubbing it in so much is because of how smug the Patsies were going in. .. including their fans.

We took our lumps when the Broncos lost super-bowls before. We remember having it rubbed in our faces that we lost on the biggest stage. We all took it, and are still here 20 years later. But one thing I didn't do was go back and pick on teams that didn't even make the playoffs in '89 to build myself back up. I was still proud of the Broncos for reaching the big game, and congratulated the '49ers on being one of the best teams in history.

So buck up little camper. This is a learning experience for you, and for the Patriots organization. Go back and talk to some of the fans that were around in the '80's and would have killed for the success you've had these past few years.

In time you'll find yourself out of the playoffs again as well, and us "donks" will remember your humbleness in victory and defeat. :sarcarsm:

BeefStew25
02-08-2008, 10:23 AM
Of course, the Rams Super Bowl is obviously tainted. So really they won two Super Bowls. And those might be tainted also.

Day1BroncoFan
02-08-2008, 10:58 AM
What kills me is that most of you Donks would rather laugh at NE instead of discussing what an exciting and close game that was. It may have been the best Super Bowl ever.

But very few of you want to talk about the actual game.

Which makes me wonder......Did you watch the game or just tune in for the commercials?

I watched the entire game from start to finish. I missed a lot of the commercials however.

I agree it was a great game. I thought it would have more offense in it but I am happy with the course it took especially the way it ended.

The Giants defense tore it up. The patsies defense tore it up until the last possesion for the Giants when they really needed to step up.

Oh, and I loved the part where bilicheat left the field before the game was over. That made my day.

Great game patsies, way to show your true colors.

EDIT:

Oh, and did I mention the part about where now bilicheat and little tommy aren't going to the Pro Bowl?

WTE
02-08-2008, 12:24 PM
Of course, the Rams Super Bowl is obviously tainted. So really they won two Super Bowls. And those might be tainted also.

If the Rams Super Bowl is tainted it's probably because the Rams spied on NE and the Patriots should have blown them out earlier.

You do realize there's strong evidence the Rams spied, don't you?

http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/superbowl/globe_stories/020202/they_re_primed_for_their_time+.shtml

BeefStew25
02-08-2008, 12:28 PM
If the Rams Super Bowl is tainted it's probably because the Rams spied on NE and the Patriots should have blown them out earlier.

You do realize there's strong evidence the Rams spied, don't you?

http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/superbowl/globe_stories/020202/they_re_primed_for_their_time+.shtml

Do you have videotape evidence of that?

WTE
02-08-2008, 01:11 PM
Do you have videotape evidence of that?

OK. That was pretty funny beefstew. I haven't chuckled too much the last few days so that was good.

BeefStew25
02-08-2008, 01:13 PM
OK. That was pretty funny beefstew. I haven't chuckled too much the last few days so that was good.

I am here to talk you off the ledge.

Broncolingus
02-08-2008, 05:05 PM
I was fine with the Giants win – for Eli, the fact they were the underdog, and especially Tom Coughlin….

However, I was disappointed and really hoping to finally, once-and-for all shut the smug-a$$ mouths of Buoniconti, Griese, and especially Mercury Morris.

God, I am so sick of hearing/seeing from that idiot…no shocker that he does a dip-$hit commercial that ran parallel with game.

Go 'F' yourself Mercury and I can't wait to hear from your dumb-a$$ when someone does break that record.

Hey, 1,100th post.

WTE
02-08-2008, 05:28 PM
I was fine with the Giants win – for Eli, the fact they were the underdog, and especially Tom Coughlin….

However, I was disappointed and really hoping to finally, once-and-for all shut the smug-a$$ mouths of Buoniconti, Griese, and especially Mercury Morris.

God, I am so sick of hearing/seeing from that idiot…no shocker that he does a dip-$hit commercial that ran parallel with game.

Go 'F' yourself Mercury and I can't wait to hear from your dumb-a$$ when someone does break that record.

Hey, 1,100th post.

I'm sure Mercury celebrated the Giants win with several fat lines.

Broncolingus
02-08-2008, 05:29 PM
I'm sure Mercury celebrated the Giants win with several fat lines.

NS...

…HIS way of "popping the champagne bottles."

atwater27
02-08-2008, 06:18 PM
It's sad when fans from a crappy team like the Broncos have to live vicariously through another team like the Giants to lift their spirits.

It's really quite sad.

It's sad when douches that like other teams live vicariously through another team's blog site.

It's really quite gay.

atwater27
02-08-2008, 06:19 PM
I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

Hey, at least we won our super bowls fair and square. No hidden cameras attatched.:salute:

atwater27
02-08-2008, 06:21 PM
Your argument is the only thing that's warped. The Giants rolled into the SB beating the 4th, 1st and 2nd seeds in the NFC on the road. They definitly deserved to be there. To say NE should have beat NY 55-10 is not only absurd, it's downright stupid.

SF 55
Donks 10

Worst blowout in SB history. What a joke.

At least our boys could figure out a way to beat the Packers.

atwater27
02-08-2008, 06:23 PM
The point of this discussion of ours was I said the point spread was ridiculous. You brought up something Brady said about NE only scoring 17 points which had nothing to do with the discussion since you left out the next line.

Stop trying to cover up your errors and admit you need to think of better comebacks.

So what dinosaur you gonna replace Bruschi with next season?
Ray Agnew?

Watchthemiddle
02-08-2008, 06:33 PM
Bill Bellichek's performance enhancing drug........

http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/935/319868862120cameraon1dd7.gif (http://imageshack.us)

shank
02-08-2008, 09:00 PM
Bill Bellichek's performance enhancing drug........

http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/935/319868862120cameraon1dd7.gif (http://imageshack.us)

knowing bellichick, it's a suppository...

WTE
02-09-2008, 09:15 AM
Hey, at least we won our super bowls fair and square. No hidden cameras attatched.:salute:

Did you forget about the fine and loss of draft pick your team incurred for circumventing the salary cap those years?

sneakers
02-09-2008, 07:44 PM
I don't see it that way at all. If the Patriots got blown out then I would agree but it was a great game that wasn't decided until the end.

Now if you want to talk about biggest disapointments of all time then all you have to do is go back to 1990....

SF 55
Donks 10

God you guys suck.

What was it in superbowl XX 46-10....that aint too far off.

atwater27
02-10-2008, 02:23 PM
Did you forget about the fine and loss of draft pick your team incurred for circumventing the salary cap those years?

apples to oranges

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