Super Bowl- Patriots vs. Rams

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  1. oldfella1962

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    I wouldn't doubt it! My wife's stats (blood sugar, cholesterol, etc.) were great after about a month being locked up in the mental health ward at the hospital with every bit of her food & beverages controlled and accounted for.
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    I know we're supposed to respect coaching masterpieces of defensive play and blah blah blah, but that was the most lame and boring Super Bowl I've ever seen. Especially when you consider where the NFL is at in terms of offensive capability. Had a feeling Belichik would make Goff look like he was still coached by Jeff Fisher though

    It is nice to see Brady further cement his GOAT status, there's simply no better QB in the history of the game and the gap continues to widen. I get that people hate the Pats and while they aren't my team I do respect their dominance and capability to be so consistently good - what we're witnessing is actually quite incredible and rarely, rarely happens.
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    Indeed

    Of course, part of the hatred comes from the, ah, perception that spurious or controversial calls go their way an awful lot

    Someone on Twitter commented that if the game were to go to OT, and the Rams won the toss and drove for a TD and won without Brady getting to touch the ball again, there would be a lot of screaming and the rule would be changed by Tuesday
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    Brady played pretty poorly actually. Gurley HAS to be hurt. No way he should have less than 20 touches in any game, either as a runner or receiver. And to be fair, the Rams haven't been the same since Cooper Kupp went down. Props to the Pats though, they got it done.
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  6. Dayton3

    Dayton3 Wonderful, Loving Husband & Father

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    While Hermann Goering was in prison awaiting his war crimes trial his captors got him off drugs and he lost 60 lbs from that fat frame IIRC.

    It was said that he was a much healthier man at the time he committed suicide.
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    and being German he probably totally missed the ironic humor of what he said. :no:
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    Dayton3 Wonderful, Loving Husband & Father

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    Indeed it does. I noticed the Saints fans never seem to mention the non-call on the previous drive, a blatent facemask of Goff. Am I bitching about a phantom holding call that cost the Rams a 30yd Gurley run vs the Pats? No. Sucks but they were outplayed. Please...
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  11. Dayton3

    Dayton3 Wonderful, Loving Husband & Father

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    You can't really blame the Saints fans for being so upset though. They've had unexpected playoff losses in the last two seasons and QB Drew Brees is 40 now and they have to think his time is running out
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    Chad Kardashian Don't believe his lies

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    That's funny. Maybe 44 can be the towel boy now that he's out of work?