Super Bowl LIII - We’re on to Los Angeles (again)

BornToRun

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Would be fascinating to listen to McVay talk about Belichek and what happened in the game.
Saw a snippet of his interview. Flat out admits he got out coached. Respect that he seems to be taking full responsibility. Seems like a solid dude.
 

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ESPN online waited about a half hour to put out a ‘power rankings’ for next year putting the pats in 4th, rams in 1st.. never change.
 

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Hilarious story from Jules to Moss. Says Moss told him on the Pats: "There's 14-15 guys like you in this league but there's only one 98, get to know me."
 

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Agree. So many people struggle with addiction. I hope JG gets a ring. Maybe it helps him recover.

Many others dont have that support (half my job is at the VA and I see this) but gotta help one. Maybe JG passes it on.

Not to be a heavy thread misdirect.
 

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Jules talking with Randy on ESPN is making things dusty in here. Giving a ton of credit to Randy as a role model at the position
 

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Max Kellerman will be all about how Brady was bailed out by the defense and the Pats would have been better with Hoyer
We're at the point with him and that other Fox Sports idiot where we just smile and nod. Everyone knows they are ridiculous now.
 

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Putting the Rams above the Chiefs seems crazier than putting the Pats 4th.
Depends how KC fixes their D. They have the ace in the hole of an MVP QB on a rookie deal and a lot of room for improvement on the other side of the ball.
 

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LOL Tomlinson saying: "the most important thing is the Rams left their most important player on the sideline when it mattered most just like the Seahawks with Marshawn Lynch"

hahahaha the Pats shut down Gurley from the first snap of the game, shut the fuck up
 

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Welp per usual the championship cigar is taking its toll. I love you all. Six motherfucking trophies that’s completely unreal. So thankful. Thanks to you all and bb and tb12 and then defense and Jules and gronk and the o line and Dante and Flores and you all again.
 

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Agree. So many people struggle with addiction. I hope JG gets a ring. Maybe it helps him recover.

Many others dont have that support (half my job is at the VA and I see this) but gotta help one. Maybe JG passes it on.

Not to be a heavy thread misdirect.
He's definitely getting a ring.
 

Dave Stapleton

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LOL Tomlinson saying: "the most important thing is the Rams left their most important player on the sideline when it mattered most just like the Seahawks with Marshawn Lynch"

hahahaha the Pats shut down Gurley from the first snap of the game, shut the fuck up
I actually disagree with this. I think the rams should’ve stuck with the run and see what happened.

Dude is the highest paid RB in the league.
 

rodderick

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LOL Tomlinson saying: "the most important thing is the Rams left their most important player on the sideline when it mattered most just like the Seahawks with Marshawn Lynch"

hahahaha the Pats shut down Gurley from the first snap of the game, shut the fuck up
Well, if anyone is an authority on being on the sidelines when it matters most...
 

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Hah. So I can't get to consolation prize. For reasons I do not want to articulate at this happy, upbeat time. But I will wildly agree that for this team, right now, JC Jackson in place of Butler is a very good outcome. I don't think many of us would trade Jackson for Butler if given the chance.

I'm relatively relaxed about this game. One, I think the Pats will win. My confidence is at a very high level. I placed a legal wager at an amount that would hurt if I lost at the money line. That's not my usual thing and to the contrary, I considered an "emotional hedge" bet on the Eagles last year (but did not pull the trigger).
Congrats on the W! Can you say if it was a 4 or 5 figure wager?
 

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Interesting that one of the reputed reasons for the Pats letting Cooks go was his inability to fight for the ball. On two huge plays tonight he had an opportunity to make a winning play by fighting for the ball and failed both times, once broken up by JMC and the other by Gilmore. Both were tough catches and well played by defenders but the bottom line is Cooks came up with neither.