Another day, another championship: Ho hum.
… Ho hum.
… Yawn. Who wants to take on a Boston/New England team next?
Update -- From Philly newspaper: 'Die Nasty.'
-- From Reader No. 1:
"Why is it so important for the Patriots to be a 'DYNASTY'? Maybe Coach Belichick can put a spin on it, but I think it's a bad thing. Dynasties are things that happened in the past and are over -- I would like to think the Pats best days are not behind them, my comments yesterday notwithstanding. My wife described last night's win as 'anticlimactic.' Certainly so by the prior 2 Super Bowl standards. It was like so many wins over the past couple of years, many of which end with a talented but erratic quarterback piling up big numbers and mismanaging the game when it really counts.
Makes you appreciate Tom Brady all the more! And it's nice to know that Boston is not the only city that sentences its near-championship teams to eternal damnation
when they come up short."
-- Definitely check out the eternal damnation
page. God Philly fans are brutally funny. ... 'Should we be looking to blame somebody today?' Classic.
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