What Does This Game Mean? (Part 2)

 I posted part one on Friday, here’s part two.

A Superbowl, Of Course

It'[s not every year your team has a chance to win the Superbowl (well… usually not).  This is the big game, and the Patriots have a chance to bring home the Lombardi trophy.   Since the Pats have already won three, people are overlooking the significance of having that trophy.  This is it.  It’s the last time the Patriots will play a game that matters for eight months.  And boy does this one matter.

A Chance to Stick it to Everyone (Except True Pats Fans)

The last few months, when I’ve walked out in public, people just come up, and tell me, “Patriots suck, they’re cheaters.”  “Even if they win, they’ll have an asterisk”.  As you probably know, it’s frusturating.  However, a win in Superbowl XLII proves all those haters and doubters and ignorant fans wrong.  People will no longer be able to say the Patriots only won because they cheated. 

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3 Responses to What Does This Game Mean? (Part 2)

  1. g says:

    “…a win in Superbowl XLII proves all those haters and doubters and ignorant fans wrong. People will no longer be able to say the Patriots only won because they cheated.” Therefore, a Patriots loss proves all us haters & doubters right, which means you’re the IGNORANT fool for not realizing they won only because they cheated. Everything they’ve done since belichick gets an asterisk, & oh, by the way, the Packers, who rightly accused Belichick of stealing their signals by illegal filming in ’06, won FIVE world championships in seven years, including the first two super bowls. Without cheating. With a classy coach after whom the most important sports trophy in the world is named. No criminal-type receivers. Ya’ think there’s ever gonna be anything named after Belichick?!?

  2. footie13 says:

    I guess it doesn’t matter now,does it!!!!Pop the corks,72 Fins………YESSSSS!!!!

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