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3 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Goff stinks, I knew there was no way the Rams was winning this game. I watched about 5 minutes of it. 

You calle d it.

Saints should have been here..NE doesnt shut down Brees like that

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

You calle d it.

Saints should have been here..NE doesnt shut down Brees like that

I don't think saints would've shut down Brady though either... 

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Now for the media to give complete credit to Brady for this game.

 

If that was Peyton out there, he'd be completely ripped a new one and we'd have to hear how he didn't deserve the ring/his team carried him.

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4 minutes ago, ReMeDy said:


Brady played awful, and his age is showing. This win was all about Belichick and his defense.

But it will still be about Brady. Brady being the goat narrative is disgusting. 

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I did not watch 1 second of this Super Bowl. Glad I did not. Pats win again.  :facepalm:  :thmdown:  :scorebad:

 

 

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It's also amazing that the Patriots and their fanbase can still somehow play victim after all these years of success as well.

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2 minutes ago, richard pallo said:

Dorsett and Allen and Simon get their rings.


 

and Lawrence Guy.

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4 minutes ago, ReMeDy said:


Brady played awful, and his age is showing. This win was all about Belichick and his defense.

I agree.  And Goff was off his game too! 

 

I really wish we could have seen Brees and Mahomes. It would have been a much more exciting game. This was the worst SB ever!

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So two of Brady's rings were won by Vinatieri. Two of them were won with their opponents not running the ball to close out the game. One was with a QB puking on the field, and another was with his opponent playing outright terrible.

 

So excuse me for not calling him the GOAT.

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1 minute ago, NFLfan said:

I did not watch 1 second of this Super Bowl. Glad I did not. Pats win again :facepalm::thmdown: :scorebad:

 

 

You were smart..I wish I hadnt watched it

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Josh Gordon is thinking when he gets his ring, "Man, what an easy game! I gotta do drugs more often!"

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Combine the fact everyone is so sick of New England with the most boring Super Bowl ever....

 

Crappy ending to this season.  

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The off-season's going to be a hard ride for McVay....

This one's on him and he will probably say as much

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5 minutes ago, richard pallo said:

McVea way overrated.

He didnt have the answers..against a team that KC scored 31 points on

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Julian Edelman is MVP. That guy is a big time performer. When push came to shove though, Brady drove them down for the GW drive. Patriots deserved it

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2020 will feature 

Alabama in the title game

Patriots in the Superbowl

Red Sox in the world series

LeBron in the finals

 

Some would call those BOLD predictions... But they aren't lol

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McVea needs to thank Wade Phillips BIG time. Wade was the reason New England suffered.

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2 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

He didnt have the answers..against a team that KC scored 31 points on

In the second half.. dang offsides..

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29 minutes ago, Gramz said:

I agree.  And Goff was off his game too! 

 

I really wish we could have seen Brees and Mahomes. It would have been a much more exciting game. This was the worst SB ever!

 

You watched the game??

 

A buddy and I decided not to watch and we both did not. We are big football fans. To miss the Super Bowl was big. Glad I did not watch. 

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

2020 will feature 

Alabama in the title game

Patriots in the Superbowl

Red Sox in the world series

LeBron in the finals

 

Some would call those BOLD predictions... But they aren't lol

 

*Curry

 

If LeBron was still in Cleveland we'd have another Cavs/Warriors Finals.

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And they were calling McVay the new hoodie, not so fast there.

 

Hoody had Goff looking like Peyton circa 03' back there. Shook and unsure of himself.

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Just now, NFLfan said:

 

You watched the game??

 

A buddy and I decided not to watch and we both did it. We are big football fans. To miss the Super Bowl was big. Glad I did not watch. 

Yes I did end up watching. It was a very boring game. Neither QB looked good.

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2 minutes ago, ReMeDy said:

McVea needs to thank Wade Phillips BIG time. Wade was the reason New England suffered.

Wade had Brady shut down most of the night

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It's very strange.  New England won three Super Bowls last decade and three this decade, yet neither team is looked at as a dominant team... like the Steel Curtain, 49ers or 90's Cowboys.  It's more about Brady, Belichick and the system.  The times they were dominant - 2007, 2010(I think) - they didn't win anything. 

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Just now, #12. said:

It's very strange.  New England won three Super Bowls last decade and thee this decade, yet neither team is looked at as a dominant team... like the Steel Curtain, 49ers or 90's Cowboys.  It's more about Brady, Belichick and the system.  The times they were dominant - 2007, 2010(I think) - they didn't win anything. 

It's more just about Belichick

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I shut the game off after the missed FG. Did they hand out the MVP yet?

 

Has to be Edelman or Gilmore IMO. Brady winning it would be an outright joke.

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1 minute ago, #12. said:

they didn't win anything

And they only lost one of them because of a miracle catch.

 

They just stay winning. I'm not a tin foil conspiracy guy, but wth? Nobody can kill these guys already.

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3 minutes ago, buffalo34 said:

I shut the game off after the missed FG. Did they hand out the MVP yet?

 

Has to be Edelman or Gilmore IMO. Brady winning it would be an outright joke.

It's tradition to give it to the guy who was suspended for cheating in that given year.  

  

Has to be Edelman. 

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2 minutes ago, IinD said:

And they only lost one of them because of a miracle catch.

 

They got it back though.  Look at how lucky they got against Seattle and Atlanta with Bevel's and Shannahan's stupidity.

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