We're Going to Win the Super Bowl

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    We're Going to Win the Super Bowl

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    Re: A Superstitious Omen...

    That's waht the Patriots want the Giants to believe, that Gronk has a high ankle sprain. If they think that, how will they gameplan for it?
     
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    While I hope things work out how you are thinking... if all injured/supposedly injuired players recently have lost the SB...how or why is Gronk's injury different or mean something different?

    I'm asking an honest question cuz I'm curious how you're getting to your belief of a NE win.  Fill in the gaps man...
     
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    I'm going with the carma of Bob Kraft saving the season and the dedication of the season to his wife.  MHK!!!!!!
     
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    Posted by vertigho


    Auguries of Innocence
    -William Blake

    To see a world in a grain of sand,
    And a heaven in a wild flower,
    Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
    And eternity in an hour
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    MY bad, Karma. Don't want to get yelled at LoL.
     
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    In the video above, Countdown Daily's Steve Levy and Mark Schlereth discuss Patriots owner Bob Kraft’s difficult year, with the devastating loss of his wife, Myra, and its effect on the team.

    Schlereth says Myra Kraft's death had a huge impact on the Patriots, especially with the family atmosphere the Krafts have created at Gillette Stadium.

    "You can see how much the New England Patriots appreciate him, and how much they appreciate his late wife," Schlereth said. "There's a real sense of unity, of family, of togetherness there in that New England organization. And it's not fabricated. It's real."






     
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    Re: We're Going to Win the Super Bowl

    All aboard the Super Bowl train!  Get on board or get the F*** off.

     
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    Re: A Superstitious Omen...

    In Response to Re: A Superstitious Omen...:
    While I hope things work out how you are thinking... if all injured/supposedly injuired players recently have lost the SB...how or why is Gronk's injury different or mean something different? I'm asking an honest question cuz I'm curious how you're getting to your belief of a NE win.  Fill in the gaps man...
    Posted by Ytsejamer1


    Can't say i truly understand your comments  but if you are saying that teams with the injured star don't fare well in the Super Bowl.. do you not remember Pats 2002 ( 2001 season) SB?  Brady had his leg rolled on by Pitt in AFC Championship game ( amazing similarity to now?) and was questionable leading up to SB sunday.
    Looking back,I think things worked out quite well
     
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