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    EF YOU!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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    Payton's tantrum was magnificent to see. Doesn't make up for last week but great to see that graceless pos whining.
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    If we put everything into this context, then Steve McNair is the greatest QB of all time. Imagine if he had someone OTHER than Fisher during his prime years!
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    Last season, two of his former QB's (Nick Foles and Case Keenum) faced off in the NFC Title game, with Nick Foles going on to win the Super Bowl. This year, the Los Angeles Rams go to the Super Bowl 2 years after he was fired and his 1st round draft pick, Goff will play (of course). If the Rams go on to win it in 2 weeks, that just triples down on how much Fisher sucked as a HC.
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    The Saints are blubbering about their missed PI call, but the one that really stood out to me this weekend was the roughing the passer call on Chris Jones when he literally just waved his hand in front of Brady's face. That call doesn't happen and its end of drive for the Pats and likely game over. On replay, Jones' hand literally never touched Brady's helmet or mask. In a weekend with crazy calls, no calls and bad calls this one was by far the worst. If they are going to throw the flag on every third play in this league then they need to have a replay for penalties. Now we get to watch the Patriots in another super bowl. Andy Reid's legacy of a perennial big game loser continues. Welcome back to 2005.
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    34 NE - 24 LAR Brady's got this. Goff is not the guy who can take down the GOAT, not even close. Hoping for the Pats to win as well, makes our win at SB52 that much more impressive.
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    What about the non-call on the facemask at the goal line? Had they called that, the Rams get a new set of downs and very possibly get 7 instead of 3. So yes, it was a bad no call, but both sides had them and both no calls altered (possibly) the outcome, and there were a few more that would have gone the Rams way, if they'd called them but they didn't. Saints fans won't acknowledge that, because their emotions are too high right now. But it is what it is.
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    So satisfying to watch πŸ€—
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    Sunday, February 3rd. 6:30 PM. CBS. After 17 years, we finally get the rematch the world has been...well I don’t think anyone wanted this, but here we are. This is clearly over. The Rams had a nice season, but the idea of a young head coach in his 2nd year into his first head coaching job playing on the biggest stage against the likes of Brady and Belichick and coming out on top is just an absurd idea. Right? One fan base will be hoping to see their team join the Steelers as 6 time Super Bowl winners. The other fan base...well, they’re still trying to find a fan base, but if the Rams ownership asks nicely, there may be a few folks in St. Louis willing to dust off their old Marc Bulger and Sam Bradford jersies, and spend a few thousand dollars to travel and make some noise in Atlanta. It could happen, right? Falcons fans must be thrilled knowing the Saints won’t be able to win a 2nd title in their home stadium. Instead, they will be waiting with open arms to welcome in a former division rival in the Rams, as well as the Pats who...well, legend has it that there’s some history there. Talk about who you hate more, and how much we should have been there instead.
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    Nothing is sweeter than seeing the Saints lose, classless team with a classless coach. This made my weekend. Then my weekend was ruined seeing Pats in Superbowl again.
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    most defensive coordinators aren't very good at developing quarterbacks. If anything, he shouldn't have let his ego get in the way of hiring a high caliber offensive coordinator.
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    You have to kind of wonder about Vince Young too, though he didn't amount to much after he left the Titans and got away from Fisher. But maybe the Fisher damage was done and was irreversible.
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    I can't really root for either one of those teams. Any chance it could end in a tie? Somebody ask McNabb.
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    The NFL game has definitely changed through the years from when I was a young whipper snapper. The tackling has gotten a lot poorer and I have never seen so many cornerbacks that never look back at the ball. Amazing that Pro Bowl CB Eric Berry covering Gronk never looked back at the ball again tonight. He could have had an interception if he did. I will never understand that kind of cornerback play or coaches that teach that philosophy. Yes I'm talking about you Undlin!
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    Saints lost in the most poetic way possible. If that was the Eagles, I would've broken something
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    If Alshon hadn't missed that pass, the Eagles may very well have ended it. They ran their damn mouths even at last year's Eagles team talking how they would have massacred them if they had beaten the Vikings. Now they barely beat a watered down version of the 2017 Eagles in the divisional playoffs on an Alshon Jeffery missed pass, lose to the Rams on a 57 year FG and go home this year empty handed, not even a George Halas. Congratulations you mouthy punks! πŸ˜‚
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    Lol. I wonder if those fools get their ski masks on tonight.
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    PI is reviewable in the CFL, and it's for the better. NFL will follow suit after the outrage that's gonna come from this no call.
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    almost forgot that dez wont be getting a ring
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    I do look forward to Tom Brady's play declining. I love football but its gd tiresome year after year.
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    Brady can thank Dee Ford for taking away his third interception in this one. F Brady and his cheating a**.
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    So happy for this results. I loathe that miserable Saints franchise even more for letting their fans bring a prohibited item into the stadium. All I heard during the game was whistles. Worse than the vuvuzelas in 2010
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