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Open letter to Patriots Fans

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posted on Sep, 7 2008 @ 11:35 PM

For 8 years you have embark in a amazing run of playoffs appereances, Super Bowls and championships. Your team has been the consistent best in a sport where dynasties are hard to come by. Everyone has witness to your superiority which is undeniable, but many of us were also introduce to YOU! the annoying PATRIOT FAN.

You PATRIOT FAN were never heard of before Tom Brady arrived on the scene, you were to busy following the Red Sox, Celtics or Bruin, not even when Bledsoe took you to the playoffs or the Superbowl you were heard off, it wasnt until "Belligenius" had no choice but to play Brady and your fortunes change for the better that you started to make noise. PATRIOTS FAN has become the unbearable fan at the bar, at the house gathering, in sports message boards and almost every other place, and thats saying a lot considering that Pittsburg, Cleveland, Cinci and Chicago fans have pass the trophy for years, but I give a pass to those fans just because they are TRUE FANS, they are the kind of fan that can tell you without hesitating who was the guy the second string punter for their team in 1971.

Most of you PATRIOTS FANS are A.B. Fans, that goes for AFTER BRADY, so I have one favor to ask you... PLEASE STICK around for the season!! PLEASE don't cancel your NFL package, get a chance to see what it feels like to live in football reality, BE A PART OF US!!! Those fans who have to sit in front of the TV and nervously watch our team perform in the hopes of a win. Join other fans in not knowing by how many touchdowns your team is going to win, or whether if your team is going to crack the 50 points mark today or not.

Stay around and become true fans of the sport, may be you get to know it a little and perhaps even enjoy it, only that way you are really going to appreciate how good Tom Brady really is and how fortunate you are by having him.

Best regards,


posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 02:43 AM
reply to post by Bunch


Why you gotta kick people when thier down...

Lots of alchohal being consumed in New England tonight...

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 11:24 AM
reply to post by Bunch

lol...For the record Pats fans are only 4th worst.

Your going to hate the Patriots even more when they make it to the AFC championship game without Brady. This makes football exciting again. No more falling asleep in the first quarter.

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 11:32 AM
reply to post by testrat

I'd take that bet. No way NE will be in the AFC Championship Game this year. IMO.

Too many other good teams in the AFC who will be there.

Yes Pitt being the one.

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 08:27 PM
reply to post by testrat

You got to be kidding? Sorry but no! lightning is not going to strike twice!

The only reason why the Patriots won against the Chief is becasue they face a team that can easily be beat down by at least Ohio State, USC, Georgia and maybe Boise State

The Chiefs have no offense, no defense, no special teams and they still manage to score 10 and held the Patriots to 17, time of possesion was almost identical in the game which gives you an idea about the bad shape in which the Patriots D is.

I dont even think they can win their own division given the improvements that the Jets made and a Buffalo team that has bunch of talent and a year more of experience (see how they stump the Seahawks).

posted on Sep, 9 2008 @ 12:06 PM
Well time will tell. To be honest I am more worried about their safety play than their quarterbacking play at the moment. But you can say all you want about Brady. At least his team doesn't have the police looking for him like the Titans.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Vince Young is awaiting an MRI exam on his sprained left knee Tuesday, hours after the Tennessee Titans sought police help in finding the quarterback the team described as “emotionally down.”

Young left his home around 7 Monday night without a phone, prompting the Titans to call Nashville police for help. The team got a message to Young through a friend, and the quarterback met with coach Jeff Fisher and police at team headquarters around 11:30 p.m. Police spokesman Don Aaron said Young drove himself home about 30 minutes later.

The story first was reported by WKRN-TV.

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