F**k you, Deflategate

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Even people I respect turn into frothing idiots when it comes to the Patriots. It's confounding.
But winning is the best balm. It just feels good to root for a team that never quits and stays consistently excellent going on two decades now.
Incredible.
 

taoofoj

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SUPER gratifying to see Goodell hand the trophy to Kraft and then his quick exit. Woodrows, priapism and such. The best part is Goodell's smug ass thought he was out of the woods at the end of the 3rd quarter. Nope! Ice up son!
 

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Also this was the best possible way to exorcise all the Patriots' ghosts: amazing Brady performance, immense comeback, and a ridiculous catch.
 

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Super Bowl MVP is usually given out tomorrow, so no way for Goodell to avoid it.
He will have an easier time with Brady than Kraft, believe it or not. Brady is just forward looking, period. Kraft cannot get past the betrayal, the knife in the back, and probably never will.
 

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He will have an easier time with Brady than Kraft, believe it or not. Brady is just forward looking, period. Kraft cannot get past the betrayal, the knife in the back, and probably never will.
Yup. Brady will always think Goodell's an asshole but he buried all that bullshit tonight.
 

DJnVa

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You guys keeping the streak of "every fucking thread with this shit" alive.

Good job.
 

drbretto

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Officially satisfied. Deflategate is over for me.

This was satisfying as fuck. I will not forget this game.
 

amarshal2

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It's almost over. It'll be over after the Jimmy G trade that wouldn't have been possible without DG. Then it's over.
 

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Prime just said on NFLN that the Colts regularly stole defensive plays. LDT agreed w all of it, nodding.

Anyone know what he was going on about?
 

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In the simulacrum
I want the Browns to offer a 1st and 4th for Jimmy and Bill to say, "you know what, we'll take the 1st and 4th instead, with a million tossed in..."

Revenge is fucking sweet.
 

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Goodell is a shitheel and he has to know it on some level but he also gets paid a kings ransom to do the owners bidding.

That said, unless he has no dignity, at some point he will look in the mirror over the next few days and realize he got booed by thousands of his consumers on what amounts to his business' biggest day. While it was mostly New England fans, other NFL fans also dislike or even despise him and I suspect it wasn't 100% NE fans behind all of the booing.
 
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Hey Roger, as I've said each win this season, one last time: FUCK YOU!
 

E5 Yaz

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Now that it's over, I wish we could have heard Nantz and Simms call this one. The tears would have been audible
 

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Prime just said on NFLN that the Colts regularly stole defensive plays. LDT agreed w all of it, nodding.

Anyone know what he was going on about?
Howard Mudd, former Colts OL coach, was widely considered a master of sign stealing. Deion was referencing the fact that every player in the league knew the Colts stole signs and prepared accordingly, just that they never brought it public because they presumably understood it was part of the game. He also said that what the Colts were doing was "much worse" than Spygate, so he probably has some insight in what was going on there. The fact that he inserted Tomlinson into that conversation to corroborate what he was talking about tells me this certainly was going on during the Peyton Manning era, which makes things interesting to say the least.