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Yup.

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But it was also fitting he was 1/2 second from being the most talked about tight end in football history. That last pass.... if....

Ahh well. Thems the breaks!

Still Title Town. Still 3/5 in 10 (only Pats). Can't really complain unless you buy into the expectation game. I don't.

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Attracting attention

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When I saw Gronk out there I knew that he wasn't the intended receiver.

However, the threat of Gronk is enough to require that he be double teamed, meaning somebody else will be left open.

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The worst part about the loss

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Is the inevitable from the Curly Haired Boyfriend....

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Indeed, the Gravedigger is in his element

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Hackneyed alliteration? Check.
Reference to 40-year-old movie? Check.
Use of the phrase "Belichickmen"? Check.
Red Sox reference? Check.
Conclusion that this means the end of Boston? Check, please!

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Final Score Sucked

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But the game itself, taken from an objective viewpoint as a football fan, was a great one. That's the good news. The bad news is, because it was so great, and because the winner was a New York team, it will be replayed many times on ESPN Classic, etc., in the years to come. Ugh.

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Perhaps on better note. I

Perhaps on better note. I believe all's was quiet in Boston, right? I hope it shows that we are not Vancouver when we lose so they can cool down with the +2,000 man army. I have doubts that we are that bad when we win, though I do agree some cops to keep cars getting flipped is reasonable, but perhaps not 2,000 men either.

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The good news about the loss

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We won't have to waste taxpayer resources, not to mention unnecessarly inconveniencing people trying to go about their normal lives, holding another needless "victory parade".

The bad news - none of the Patriots players will have their outrageous "salaries" cut for failing to win the big game.

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Charlie Pierce's Esquire.com Blog

It wasn't until I read Charlie Pierce's politics blog at esquire.com that I learned that Rush Limbaugh was a guest of Robert Kraft in his owner's suite. HEY KRAFT! TAKE YOUR EFFING FRANCHISE AND MOVE IT TO LOS ANGELES WHY DONCHA? AND DON"T EVEN THINK OF BUILDING A CASINO ACROSS THE STREET!

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