posted at 10/14/2013 9:04 AM EDT
In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:
I don't see how UD6 is classy at all; he just slips you the blade under the table, but it has the same effect.
Even a line like this: "And obvious props go to Brady who I thought had given up"
Classless. I have criticized his Jesus, I mean his former QB Peyton Manning many times but NEVER would I say he has given up. Brady has 38 fourth quarter comebacks' he's played some so-so games but give up is not in his DNA.
The he goes on to immediately say, "Your team really has drops issues. I wonder if there is something wrong with the way Brady is throwing the ball"
Before laying the blame with the receivers, more digs at Brady.
More digs, this time at the fans: " Kind of pathetic for such a passionate (or at least I thought you were) fan base to exit the game so early. "
As if all those at the forum were at the game and left early. Anyone who has spent hours in the Foxboro parking lot trying to get home can sympathize a bit with someone who tries to get out in front of that traffic rather than wait it out, see your team lose in rough fashion, and then face the indignity of a three hour drive out of the parking lot to boot. Had I been at the game I would have stayed but I completely understand why working people feel a need to get home.
This isn't the kind of congrats I want or need.
The classy thing to do would be go leave this forum alone and go very, very far away.....
BTS - go back to the game thread and find how many of your fellow fans thought the same thing about Brady throwing in the towel after his 4th Q interception just after NO took the lead. It felt like it. It was 1st play from scrimmage after the kickoff (iirc) and he just threw the ball up for grabs.
If you don't think your team has drops issues, I think you need to see a shrink to have a reality check. If your receivers did not drop so many balls, it is my impression that the game would have been significantly different in favor of the pats. This wasn't about missed routes. This was about dropped balls.
I don't really care about traffic or foxboro or any of that, when you go to a game you stay until its end unless it has been absolutely decided. Why buy a ticket unless you are going to see the end?