Yeah, that's good, buts Giants/Pats makes for more sexy storylines. Greatness was denied in'07... Perfection snatched from the Patriots palm at the very last second, by a seemingly divine play from straight out of a Hollywood movie script. Now is the Pats chance to rectify that travesty, against a QB (now a grown up, grown ass man of a veteran) that outshined him on the biggest stage of them all, and a guy that has the chance to once again get the best of the greatest QB of this century, and for all of the heat he's taken in NY, get the chance to tell his brother (also one of the greatest of all time) how his 2 rings taste...
C'mon MissU, admit it, Tom-Terrific v. Eli sounds a lot better than Tom-Terrific v. ... Alex Smith. It also would delight me to see the rug swept out from under Big Blue, who seem to now think that it is their destiny to win a Super Bowl, and it's annoying as hell.
I just went into the Stadium to read a bit about football and couldn't get through a page of one freaking thread. People making "I will literally throw up if we draft so and so" comments.
So much pathetic drama about something so unimportant. It's draining to read.
"Imagination was given to man to compensate for what he is not, and a sense of humor to console him for what he is." - Sir Bacon
When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.-Jimi Hendrix
He has been making plays throughout the entire season, just not with all eyes on him, which is what you would expect from a Divisional Playoff game. And it's funny that you would even include the Saints defense, when on some of his throws, there isn't a defense in the league that would have stopped those passes, because they were perfect.
They factored into it, yes, but that game was all Alex Smith.
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See, it's a simple concept. Again, I wouldn't mind a Niners/Pats SB, it's just that a Giants/Pats Super Bowl makes for a more compelling matchup in my opinion, which would in fact mean that I WILL NOT (just wanted to make that clear to everyone who is in doubt) be rooting for the Giants in any way, shape or form, but if they do happen to win, I just think that it would make for a more exciting Super Bowl, a Super Bowl that they would lose
The only team t I couldn't stomach to see playing in a Super Bowl would be the Cowboys, for the simple fact that (in the area that I live) seemingly 1 out of every 8 people is a Cowboys fan that knows nothing about the Cowboys...
Last edited by Mr. Sinister; January-22nd-2012 at 12:02 PM.
the reason they win is that they best as a team
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