A Giant let down

Hey Foulliners here is a inspired post by Dylan. It sucks that the Pats blew their perfect season, but hey let’s look at the bright side: We won’t have to watch Tom Petty “perform” during next years Super Bowl since I’m sure he’ll be in a retirement home. And more importantly, pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training in 12 days.

I’m not in a good mood at all right now, In fact, I’m downright pissed off. For so many reasons. Maybe all this winning in Bean Town has gone to my head and I need to brought back down to earth, because we all know we are familiar with losing. But, man, this Super Bowl hurt, wow!!! Driving home after watching the game with the rest of the thefoulline.com, I received a text message from an ex-girlfriend, informing me that she was hanging out with some guy who had put $5000 on the Giants to win, and, well I don’t even want to type this but, the Giants won. How stupid is that? That one sentence pissed me off beyond belief. That to me is what is wrong with New York. Too many backstabbing fair weather fans willing to get crazy when they can win, and hide behind whatever rock or box they came from in NY when their “team” is not doing so well. We’ve said it so many times before, but, oh do I ever hate fair weather fans. And, well, here’s a list of other things I hate:

  • This years Super Bowl ads: pathetic, the writers strike is killing us all. The only good ad came from Will Ferrell who I’m convinced shot that during halftime in an attempt to save the sub par ads of the game thus far.
  • The ’72 Dolphins (and their fans): How many games did you win this year? How many Super Bowls did Dan “NutriSystem” Marino win? Go draft yourself another running back this year and see how that works out.
  • Sports Fans that aren’t from New England: Everyone in the country is suddenly against us. All of us. Hearing fair weather fans from Colorado, New York (that cheer for a team that plays in Jersey) and wherever else talk about how they are sick of the Pats, the Red Sox, etc.. etc… is absurd. New England is like the Harvard of sports fans. We eat, breathe, live and die with this stuff, give us our due.
  • Belichick’s Sleeves: He hates them too, that’s why they’re gone. Good call, Coach.
  • Trash talk that comes after a game: If you are too afraid to talk beforehand, don’t all of a sudden acquire a golden tongue and start laying into fans who were on board from start to finish. Just not cool.
  • Me taking my Dad to see the Pats and Dolphins this year: It was a great time. But, I thought pops and I may have seen history when we watched Tom and Randy and everyone else lay into the Phins this year, but now, it’s just another game I saw, let down :(

Well, I’m sure there’s more to it, but I’m ready to forget this Super Bowl and look forward to baseball season. Tonight was a let down. But, I believe 47 more days until Opening Day. So, buckle up Foulliners. et that mouse finger back in action to check the updates on the site. Go Celtics, Go Brui…..um, well, Go Celtics. Here come the defending champion Red Sox, let the fun begin. Here comes spring. That groundhog doesn’t know anything about seasons.

One Response to “A Giant let down”

  1. Matt McLaughlin Says:

    The showed their age last night.

    Eli did not deserve the MVP. Justin Tuck, Tyree and Umenyura would have been higher on my lst than Eli.

    Another freaking Manning won. Annoynt them the First Family of the U.S. already. ESPN has.

    18-1 is not 1-15, yet ESPN this morning really made it out that they were the worst team in the NFL. I think we can chalk this up to Charger-itis. (2007’s 14-2 #1 Seed only to lose in the Playoffs)

    The Red Sox is the first most important team in New England sports. This run is something of epic propotions, but the Sox are still Boston’s team.

    Bring on the Sox. Only another W.S. championship will silence the taunters.

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