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NFL Playoffs: Super Bowl LIII

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23 minutes ago, See Red said:

 

Maybe I'm biased as a Broncos fan, but this has to be worse than Super Bowl 50.  At least that game we could blame on the :censored: field at Levi's Stadium and Peyton's body failing him.

 

I can't wait for everyone to pretend Tom Brady wasn't mostly-bad for 95% of this game.

 

That was the first game to pop into my mind when thinking about this, but at least that game had some scoring and big plays. 

 

Indy-Chicago was another boring game that comes to mind. 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, See Red said:

 

It isn't just that the Patriots win all the time... it's that even sometimes when they should lose, they get lucky and somehow win.  The Seahawks not running it with Marshawn Lynch, the Falcons averaging a bajillion yards per carry and then abandoning the run with a lead.  That's the frustrating part.

 

As much as I'm annoyed by them winning this game... the McVay hype might've been worse had they pulled one out even with the terrible offense tonight.  At least Brady and Belichick are genuinely great.

Don’t forget John Kasay kicking it out of bounds to give New England the ball at the 40 yard line in SB38. 

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Just now, Rockstar Matt said:

 

That was the first game to pop into my mind when thinking about this, but at least that game had some scoring and big plays. 

 

Indy-Chicago was another boring game that comes to mind. 

 

 

 

Honestly, the most objectively bad Super Bowl I’ve ever watched was the one that my team actually won. 

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2 minutes ago, Crabcake47 said:

I normally don’t get involved with this type of stuff, and I’m keeping my involvement brief, but that’s looking at it a bit too simply here. No NFL team other than the 80’s 49ers have even come close to what the Patriots have accomplished. Other than the Patriots now, one NFL team has won 6 championships. They did that over a span of 34 years. The Patriots accomplished it in half that time. I think the fatigue is understandable, especially when even in the years they didn’t win they’ve been a near ever-present in Championship games. 

 

I think that everyone else is looking at it too simply.  When you actually look at the facts, they don't win every year, there has been nearly a decade where they didn't win, and they lost two of the last three they were in.  

 

I mean, there's emotion, and there's facts.  People really need to look at the facts before piping off.  I get it that it sucks when your team isn't winning and another one always is - believe me I get it... my team was a victim of 'spy gate', and I'm certainly no Pats fan - but at some point people need to look at the reality of the situation.

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13 minutes ago, Dalcowboyfan92 said:

 

I don't know what I would need to do so I could sit down with my Dad and watch Dallas win a Super Bowl together; but I'd do it in a heartbeat.

 

I would give up years of my life to witness this. 

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3 minutes ago, BringBackTheVet said:

 

But... but I do!  "it isn't just that the Patriots win all the time..."

 

THEY DO NOT WIN ALL THE TIME.  Please learn how words work, then come back to me.  Thanks.

 

Oh, wow... You really got me on that one. 🙄

 

Of course I totally meant that they never, ever lose.

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Just now, Rockstar Matt said:

 

I would give up years of my life to witness this. 

 

It’s really not that cool. 

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Just now, See Red said:

 

Oh, wow... You really got me on that one. 🙄

 

Of course I totally meant that they never, ever lose.

 

you're the one making statements like "learn how words work".  

 

Do you see the problem here?  I can use words to lay it out for you.

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When Alabama wins the national championship, the Patriots lose the Super Bowl.

When Alabama does not win the national championship, the Patriots win the Super Bowl.

Sometimes, you just can't fight fate.

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1 minute ago, Rockstar Matt said:

I would give up years of my life to witness this. 

 

Do they have to come off the end, or can they be in the middle?  Obviously not for a Cowboys win, but I'd give up 2007 if it could get me another parade.

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1 minute ago, BringBackTheVet said:

 

you're the one making statements like "learn how words work".  

 

Do you see the problem here?  I can use words to lay it out for you.

 

Keep on reaching.

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28 minutes ago, Dalcowboyfan92 said:

Place your bets; which team from the NFC gets the privilege of being teabagged by Brady and Belichick next year?

Hopefully, it isn't the Vikings.

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mod edit

Edited by Ice_Cap
it’s an argument over football...certainly not an excuse to question the mental capabilities of people who disagree with you

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4 minutes ago, BringBackTheVet said:

 

 

I think that everyone else is looking at it too simply.  When you actually look at the facts, they don't win every year, there has been nearly a decade where they didn't win, and they lost two of the last three they were in.  

 

I mean, there's emotion, and there's facts.  People really need to look at the facts before piping off.  I get it that it sucks when your team isn't winning and another one always is - believe me I get it... my team was a victim of 'spy gate', and I'm certainly no Pats fan - but at some point people need to look at the reality of the situation.

Theirs emotion bc when was the last time Tom Brady wasn’t an AFC Contender. When was the last time someone else won the AFC east. There’s emotion bc people are completely sick of the Pats. Winning Super Bowls isn’t all they’ve done. And maybe the NFL should be worried most people hate that they’ve won it again and are complaining so much 

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If I see one more dang mid season “Is the Patriots dynasty finally done for good?” article... 

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7 hours ago, BringBackTheVet said:

 

which is what?  Again, THEY LOST LAST YEAR.  QUIT IT WITH THIS "WOE IS US, THE PATRIOTS ALWAYS WIN" CRAP.  

 

JUST STOP.

Looks like it wasn’t a kill shot. 

sad trombone

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14 minutes ago, Bucfan56 said:

 

Honestly, the most objectively bad Super Bowl I’ve ever watched was the one that my team actually won. 

 

I thought about that one too, but at least there were points. Albeit, one sided, but still. Seattle-Denver was also pretty boring if you weren’t a Hawks fan. 

 

12 minutes ago, Bucfan56 said:

 

It’s really not that cool. 

 

Bro, I’d get teary-eyed if the Cowboys made the NFC title game let alone win a Super Bowl lol.

 

If they ever win one, I’d finally be free from being fully emotionally invested in a sports franchise. I’d be good forever because I saw my all-time favorite team win a championship. 

 

Being freed from this sounds lovely to me lol. 

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I'm reading the comments on the Patriots & Rams Twitter accounts and I find it just so entertaining reading through lol.

 

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