Re: somebody please shut this guy up for good
posted at 10/31/2009 2:22 PM EDT
In Response to Re: somebody please shut this guy up for good
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: somebody please shut this guy up for good : Speaking of that, Enoch, you seem like an intelligent fan and well-versed in stats, history, etc...so tell me, when exactly did the Pats have ANY competitiion in the AFC Least? When was the last time Miami, Bills and Jets had teams anywhere near great-or good-to even challenge the Pats? The Patsies have beaten a cr*p division of second-raters for years, but you guys don't seem to remember that. Even last year's Phins were a mirage who got wiped in the first PO game. So, please, Pats fans, spare me the weak competition nonsense cause Bill and Tom have been living off it for YEARS!
Posted by JintsFan[/QUOTE]
I am always amazed when loser teams fans come here for love and respect. How about you look for that on the field and on your own site.
NY Daily New:
It was easy for the Giants to dismiss their loss in New Orleans as an aberration. But they couldn't dismiss what happened to them Sunday night.
Even though it wasn't as ugly, it was just as disheartening when the Giants lost their homecoming game to the Arizona Cardinals, 24-17. It was their second straight loss and left them with just a half-game lead in the NFC East.
Might want to call and complain about respect.
And Yeah the Pats, Tom and BB are living in the past:
In wintry conditions not fit for man, beast, nor professional football players wearing powder blue helmets with oil derricks on them, the Patriots yesterday added to their growing reputation as the Greatest Show in Snow. Led by Tom Brady’s otherworldly first-half passing performance, in which he threw for 345 of his 380 yards and five of his six touchdowns, the Patriots unleashed a flurry of points, yardage, and records in a 59-0 shutout of the hapless Titans, who didn’t stand a snowball’s chance of winning their first game after trailing at halftime by a whopping 45 points.
So lets recap, your own home town paper rags on your sux a-- team while the Pats receive glowing reviews..
Stay home and read the NY News, even they say jints stink