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  1. #425
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    Quote Originally Posted by HumptyHarley  [View Original Post]
    Typical Philadelphia fan, they are all psycho's. He does have quite a set of man tits though LOL.
    I despise The Eagles and Colts. Colts for being a whiny assed organization and the Philadelphia Eagles for being the unwiped asscrack of the NFL. Regarding that video, THAT my fellow monger, was some deep rabbit hole shit!. I'll just stay in my own lane. Again, fuck the Eagles and the Colts and fuck everything they stand for.

  2. #424

    Eagle's fan

    Quote Originally Posted by MeatMan  [View Original Post]
    I've heard of the guy and he has a undying hate for the Patriots but this shit is downright creepy. His Name is EDP445. Jesus.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7E31Z8e_RY
    Typical Philadelphia fan, they are all psycho's. He does have quite a set of man tit's though LOL.

  3. #423
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    Distubring Eagles Fan Video

    I've heard of the guy and he has a undying hate for the Patriots but this shit is downright creepy. His Name is EDP445. Jesus.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7E31Z8e_RY

  4. #422
    Quote Originally Posted by MeatMan  [View Original Post]
    Yup. Point allllll the fingers at the commie fuckwad. Every time I think of how he mishandled Ray Rice, and the litany of errors in handling the abuse cases of NFL players, I just laugh at his policies. Yeah, sure let them beat the ever-loving fuck out of their girlfriends, wives, and children. Yep, let that slide but, let there be NO AIR in those footballs, all hell would break loose. Fuck Roger and fuck his logic!.

    As for former players of the Patriots, It's not that difficult to understand. Belichick was tough and demanded the absolute best out of his players. His style of coaching meant that the players would be on their toes and it sure as hell wouldn't be loosey-goosey, but they would win games and ultimately championships. Most players likely didn't like Belichick but had the utmost respect for him because they knew he was a master at his craft. Take into account how many football players went to the Patriots and left with a huge contract because they came from the super bowl winner. Jamie Collins did it twice. Everybody complains about the amount of work you have to do in New England. The amount of discipline, attention to detail, preparedness; If they were playing in Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, San Diego, Jacksonville, Washington, New York, etc. They would have had a much easier time. And no one would remember their name, let alone hire them for a record contract.
    Goodell will never be a great commissioner. His track record is wayyyy to flawed now its impossible to recover. NBA commissioner Silver within the past 5 months alone did more then Goodell did his entire tenure.

    True Belichick runs the team with an iron hammer for a reason, to win. It's shown in his W / L ratio. He is basically Greg Pop of the Spurs NBA team in the NFL aspect. Both strict, hates the media, and trains their players very well.

  5. #421
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatar018  [View Original Post]
    Never thought it would play out this way (least I hoped not), kept my mouth shut & said lets wait & see.

    With Brady leaving it broke the trinity & in light of the CBA passing leaving God Damn Goodell with final say, I'm done.

    Not saying I won't watch football again but no longer will I plan things around football just to watch it.

    Fuk'them, the players got what they deserved letting Goodell have that power.
    Yup. Point allllll the fingers at the commie fuckwad. Every time I think of how he mishandled Ray Rice, and the litany of errors in handling the abuse cases of NFL players, I just laugh at his policies. Yeah, sure let them beat the ever-loving fuck out of their girlfriends, wives, and children. Yep, let that slide but, let there be NO AIR in those footballs, all hell would break loose. Fuck Roger and fuck his logic!.

    As for former players of the Patriots, It's not that difficult to understand. Belichick was tough and demanded the absolute best out of his players. His style of coaching meant that the players would be on their toes and it sure as hell wouldn't be loosey-goosey, but they would win games and ultimately championships. Most players likely didn't like Belichick but had the utmost respect for him because they knew he was a master at his craft. Take into account how many football players went to the Patriots and left with a huge contract because they came from the super bowl winner. Jamie Collins did it twice. Everybody complains about the amount of work you have to do in New England. The amount of discipline, attention to detail, preparedness; If they were playing in Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, San Diego, Jacksonville, Washington, New York, etc. They would have had a much easier time. And no one would remember their name, let alone hire them for a record contract.

  6. #420
    Never thought it would play out this way (least I hoped not), kept my mouth shut & said lets wait & see.

    With Brady leaving it broke the trinity & in light of the CBA passing leaving God Damn Goodell with final say, I'm done.

    Not saying I won't watch football again but no longer will I plan things around football just to watch it.

    Fuk'them, the players got what they deserved letting Goodell have that power.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skatar018  [View Original Post]
    Have always loved the game of football, never been a fan of the NFL, I've said it before & I'll say it again, I swear that if the NFLPA don't take away Goodell's dictatorship of having the last word on what punishment is handed out to who for what in the next CBA (collective bargaining agreement) in 2021 then I'll be done with football, or at least when the Belichick & Brady era is over.
    Quote Originally Posted by Skatar018  [View Original Post]
    Football is the only sport I religiously follow, & I swear that if the NFLPA don't take away Goodell's dictatorship of having the last word on what punishment is handed out to who for what in the next CBA (collective bargaining agreement) in 2021 then I'll be done with football, or at least when the Belichick & Brady era is over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sounds  [View Original Post]
    Was surprising, but Gronk never ruled out that he would return. Probably did need the year off.

    Sure being in Tampa is very appealing to him. Not sure if Brady was still with the Pats if Gronk would have returned or not.
    Not. Watch Julian starting to get grouchy too. Devin McCourty too. Jason goes how Davin goes (not that we care all that much about what Jason does anyway).

  8. #418
    Quote Originally Posted by Sounds  [View Original Post]
    Was surprising, but Gronk never ruled out that he would return. Probably did need the year off.

    Sure being in Tampa is very appealing to him. Not sure if Brady was still with the Pats if Gronk would have returned or not.
    TBH, Gronk def needed a year off. His body is basically half destroyed. 1 year off the field and injury prone for a 4th year pick is pretty value. I might bite my words in a few months if he pops off like his first 6 years but that's going to be hard for him with his injury prone habits.

    FYI, FL is MJ allowed state. His family recently opened a few MJ business in the area so maybe that swayed him to move to FL and being with Brady def helps motivate the trade. But party life style in FL partying in MA is probably the reason he moved knowing his lifestyle.

  9. #417

    Gronk

    Quote Originally Posted by MeatMan  [View Original Post]
    Well. Kick my ass and call me bumpy. Part of me thinks it's a bit snakelike for Gronk to pull this stunt, but, it is a business so if you can get someone like OJ Howard for a retired guy that doesn't want to be here anyway, then go for it. I'm still a Patriot fan till I croak
    Was surprising, but Gronk never ruled out that he would return. Probably did need the year off.

    Sure being in Tampa is very appealing to him. Not sure if Brady was still with the Pats if Gronk would have returned or not.

  10. #416
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    Gronk goes to the Bucs.

    Well. Kick my ass and call me bumpy. Part of me thinks it's a bit snakelike for Gronk to pull this stunt, but, it is a business so if you can get someone like OJ Howard for a retired guy that doesn't want to be here anyway, then go for it. I'm still a Patriot fan till I croak

  11. #415

    Celtics

    Quote Originally Posted by MeatMan  [View Original Post]
    Andrew Toney used to kill my Celtics back in the day!. Danny Ainge, M. L. Carr, Chris Ford, all used to catch hell trying to guard him. My gaaaaaaawd!. He drove me fucking batty!. If Toney's career was not stopped by injuries, the 83' Sixers would have had 5 Hall of Famers.
    Oh that brings back the good ole days. Toney was a killer. Another one that comes to mind is Vinnie Johnson. He was another one that was a pain in the ass for the Celtics.

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    The Boston Strangler

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston99  [View Original Post]
    He earned the nickname The Boston Strangler he was a beast on a team that had DR J.
    Andrew Toney used to kill my Celtics back in the day!. Danny Ainge, M. L. Carr, Chris Ford, all used to catch hell trying to guard him. My gaaaaaaawd!. He drove me fucking batty!. If Toney's career was not stopped by injuries, the 83' Sixers would have had 5 Hall of Famers.

  13. #413

    Andrew

    Quote Originally Posted by MeatMan  [View Original Post]
    A rambling post...

    With Covid-19 rampaging the globe and no live sports to watch, anyone wishes to chat about classic games that forever will be remembered Boston based as well as global?. My personal favorites, 1981 ECF. Celtics, Vs Sixers. That series will forever be a rabid dogfight. The Celtics were down 3-1 to Philadelphia only to come back and win three straight. I have yet to see anything like that topped. Superbowl 51, where were you guys watching the game and do you often watch it?. I do for inspirational purposes. It just shows us to never ever give up. By far the greatest Superbowl e-v-e-r!. Game 7 playoff hockey. Bruins VS the Toronto Maple Leafs. The of the great comebacks in playoff hockey. Incredible. Red Sox, 2004 ALCS En route to winning the World Series. As far as I'm concerned, 2004 ALCS WAS the World Series. Of course, there are some heartbreaking moments in Boston sports. Does anyone wish to discuss?.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8r7K-w7gWQ
    He earned the nickname The Boston Strangler he was a beast on a team that had DR J.

  14. #412
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    In the meantime

    A rambling post...

    With Covid-19 rampaging the globe and no live sports to watch, anyone wishes to chat about classic games that forever will be remembered Boston based as well as global?. My personal favorites, 1981 ECF. Celtics, Vs Sixers. That series will forever be a rabid dogfight. The Celtics were down 3-1 to Philadelphia only to come back and win three straight. I have yet to see anything like that topped. Superbowl 51, where were you guys watching the game and do you often watch it?. I do for inspirational purposes. It just shows us to never ever give up. By far the greatest Superbowl e-v-e-r!. Game 7 playoff hockey. Bruins VS the Toronto Maple Leafs. The of the great comebacks in playoff hockey. Incredible. Red Sox, 2004 ALCS En route to winning the World Series. As far as I'm concerned, 2004 ALCS WAS the World Series. Of course, there are some heartbreaking moments in Boston sports. Does anyone wish to discuss?.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8r7K-w7gWQ

  15. #411

    Brady

    Without question he is the GOAT. Well, we all kind of knew this was coming but it is still sad. I don't really care whose fault it is, and it is time to move on. He does not want to be here and Bill does not appear to want him, so it sounds mutual to me. Rebuild.

    Tom, I hope it works out for you, but at 43, I also hope you don't undermine your GOAT status because there are lots of haters out there who will love to tear you down. I wish you had retired on top after the last ring.

    Bill, you are probably also the GOAT, but let's see what you can do without Tom.

    To all my monger friends, stay safe and remember, it is only a game after all.

    And maybe this panic is going to prevent us having to live through a full Red Sox season given how that was looking. Might be one of the few good things about this virus.

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