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Babe's GRONK Tribute.

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    Re: Babe's GRONK Tribute.

    This is an awesome Post. Concise and well thought out. Not one mention of TB.

     
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    Re: Babe's GRONK Tribute.

    I miss Benny.

     
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    Re: Babe's GRONK Tribute.

    So my 7 year old daughter comes home from school yesterday and says, in a sad voice "dad we are not going to the Super Bowl because GRONK was hurt"

     
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    Re: Babe's GRONK Tribute.

    Easy, my friend... it was just a cute a anecdote... and kind of true... LOL

    Injuries are part of the game, yes, a huge part of the NFL.

    We have had very bad luck with them the past two postseasons

    Gronk (superbowl 2011 + AFCCG2012)

    Talib

    It is not a 100% why we lost... but a big reason...

     

    In response to HelloItsMeAgain1's comment:

    In response to tcal2-'s comment:

     

    So my 7 year old daughter comes home from school yesterday and says, in a sad voice "dad we are not going to the Super Bowl because GRONK was hurt"

     



    That's sad.

     

    You shouldn't be teaching her to make excuses for getting beat at such a young age, but I guess that is the boston fans' way.

    It's always, "so and so was hurt", "the refs' really did us in", "the other team got lucky", blah, blah, blah.

    How about teaching her the truth, that the better team won and the patsies need to make improvements?

    That's a better way to go through life than making excuses and no better time to teach them than early.




     
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