Patriots turn NFL into big bunch of rich crybabies
“That’s running up the score, there isn’t any other way to look at that. C’mon, man, you’re going for it on fourth down and you’re up by 38 points. You’re throwing the ball late in the game. Most teams just run the clock out to get the win. They don’t think like that, but I guess it’s our job to stop them. You can’t do anything about it, just go out and play defense and try to stop them.” – Redskins DL Philip Daniels.
Waaah! Waaah! Waaah! Something tells me if the Patriots had kicked a field goal, Daniels’ quote would have looked like this – “…C’mon, man, you’re kicking a field goal and you’re up by 38 points…”
With quivering lips and broken egos, another team loses to the Patriots. I think it’s pretty pathetic that the Patriots have to explain themselves for being too good. This is a new era, folks. Players have to be football-playing robots BUT they have to switch off if they lead by two touchdowns. They cannot celebrate or express joy in a job well done but they also cannot score too many points for that is just mean to the opposing team. Boo hoo. Pfft. At least the fans in London get it, like when they loudly booed the Giants taking a knee in the last minute. 😀 Love them Brits! They’re great and I really underestimated their potential fandom.
Only in Boston can your football team put up 52 points and few care
I don’t know what was more exciting last night: watching the Red Sox win a second World Series Championship this millennium or watching rambunctious revelers taken down by Boston Police. I’ve been happy before but I’ve never experienced a level of joy that would make me overturn a car. If only these kids could focus that energy on something productive other than binge drinking and car flipping but, you know, nothing says celebration like an a.m. Arraignment.
“What, dude?! It’s my American Right to break things when I’m happy! It’s in the Bill of Constitution, bro!”