Tuesday, September 23, 2008


NOT SO EASY WITHOUT YOUR ALL-WORLD QB, IS IT, BILL??  New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick rubs his forehead during their 38-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins in an NFL football game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008.<br />(AP Photo/Winslow Townson) <br />As you might have heard the New England Patriots had won 21 games in a row (regular season, obviously--we all know what THE WORLD CHAMPION GIANTS did to them in THE SUPER BOWL), before losing to Miami this week. So how did the fans show their appreciation once the streak inevitably ended?

(AP) "Fans booed the Patriots. Many left early. The record winning streak of their favorite team was ending with a stunning domination by the lowly Dolphins."
There was none of that clapping as if to say, "thanks for all the memories" or "through good times and bad, we'll be right here rooting for you!" Nope. After seeing 84 consecutive quarters of stellar, winning, record-breaking, sign-stealing football, they boo. In fact, they booed them off the field as they went in the tunnel at halftime. That should make the backup QB, who's already got his work cut out for him filling in for Tawmmy "Golden Boy" Brady, feel all warm inside.
Choke on a bucket a chowdah, ya facking facks! God, do I hate Pats (and Boston sports) fans. Before their latest spate of winning teams they were just bipolar and arrogant, now they're a bunch of spoiled babies.

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