Re: Rob Parker on ESPN's First Take
posted at 1/5/2012 8:14 PM EST
In Response to Re: Rob Parker on ESPN's First Take
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Rob Parker on ESPN's First Take : Don't mind AZ he's having a bad day maybe some Mexicans walked down his street today! He's been Trolling this board all season always looking for a reason to put the Pats down, Not a fan...
Posted by Tomhab[/QUOTE]
All the Doomsayers talk about how the defense is no good, no deep threat, too predictable, ya da, ya da, yada. And if the Pat's do lose it'll be bad enough to have "We Der Dat Dumbhead", "Bolt Head" and "UD Underpants" saying I told you so. I expect that from them. But I don't expect this kind of negativity from True Pat Fans at least until they lose.
I also don't think it's being a coolaid drinker to have positive expectations when your team has the best record in the AFC.
I'm also sick of reading about the Super Bowl Loss to the Giants and the last Two One and Done Playoff Games. That is the past.
But regarding the Super Bowl Loss, I wonder why nobody ever discusses how the Giants got in after yet another Stupid Interception thrown by Farve in GB.
Also when the Colts had a chance to go for a perfect Season, they threw in the towel and wanted to save themselves for the SB. This year, GB succombed to the "perfect" pressure by losing to an inferior team in Kansas City.
And nobody ever discusses how the Giants threw everything but the kitchen sink at us during game 16 of the 2007 season and almost won that game. The Pats then battled the extreme pressure on to win two playoff games to get into the SB only to fall 3 Points short of a Perfect Season.
However, as others have mentioned many times, it is difficult to win in the NFL. But it is extremely more difficult to beat a good team twice in a row over such a short period of time. Perfection? No. But I don't care what anybody says, over the past Decade, the Patriots have a record that any fan can and should be proud of. This is a time to enjoy the New England Patriots and not get caught up in "Nattering nabobs of negativism" :)