Saturday, December 29, 2007

Even God Himself Can't Stop the Patriots From Going 19-0


That's right, God. Sorry, you can't do it. We defy you to try, but it's futile. An undefeated season is inevitable now. We guarantee it. Might as well start playing that annoying music from "The Departed" on loop in heaven.

16 comments:

ColeTrain said...

"Bill Belicheck is on a crusade for good football." That's right, a crusade. We all know who doesn't like crusades right?

Jeffrey said...

Jinx Jinx Jinx Jinx

With a lil luck the Steelers will somehow luck into the 3 seed and avoid having to go to Foxboro for the divisional round...Go Raiders!

Jeffrey said...

Peyton Manning, Tony Romo and Tom Brady are granted an audience with God. God turns to Peyton and asks "what do you believe?" Peyton responds "I believe in being as prepared as I possibly can be so I can give my team the best chance to win football games." "That's very honorable" God says, "come take a seat on my right side." Then he turns to Romo and asks "What do you believe?" Romo answers "I believe in working hard and playing the game with the same joy I did when I was a lil kid". "A commendable trait" says God, "come take a seat by my left side." God then turns to Brady and again asks "What do you believe?" Brady smiles and says "I believe you're in my seat."

Pale Writer said...

I believe Jeffrey's a twat. Where do I get to sit?

Peter said...

awesome win. But I'm convinced now that the Patriots won't win the super bowl. Their defense just made Eli Manning look like Peyton Manning. Imagine what the real Peyton Manning is going to do. If anything, you Pats haters should be much happier that they won this game than if they had lost it. Now it will be an immeasurably more painful embarrassment for New England fans if the Pats lose in the playoffs.

Thankfully, the Pats are likely to be installed as heavy favorites in any of their playoff games no matter who they play against. I'll be wagering money on whoever the Patriots play against. If the Pats lose, at least I'll have a wad off cash to dry my tears with. If the Pats win, a few hundred bucks is a small price to pay for history!

Heywood J. said...

I guess Coughlin forgot to blow the refs before the game, or maybe he just couldn't get Sugar Lips Belichick out of the way. How the fuck does Brandon Meriweather's blatant late hit out of bounds (in the 4th quarter) get pinned on Amani Toomer? Even resident geniuses Gumbel and Collinsworth sounded like Emmitt Smith trying to explain that happy horseshit. If this is how it's gonna be, we might as well just skip the playoffs and give them the fucking trophy already.

Here's hoping the Pats make it to the Super Bowl against the Packers, and Charles Woodson finally gets his revenge by beating them in a way that even the refs can't help the Patsies out of (not that they won't try).

Mike said...

Because the kick returner wasn't actually out of bounds, heywood. He was still in bounds when Merriweather hit him.

Now yeah, it look like Merriweather tripped over his own two feet when he was backing up, but thems the breaks.

robby said...

this game screenshot look sick!
http://www.spymac.com/details/?2316383

Bob Sugar said...

I've nothing to say, other than:

I hope they enjoy their:
http://img247.imageshack.us/img247/497/patseriskib7.png

The Pirate Sloth said...

The Jags will beat them.... according to the media.

Brave Sir Robin said...

God is busy trying to figure out what the fuck happened with his team the last six weeks.

dickey simpkins said...

I'M SHIPPING UP TO BOSTON WHOAHAHAHEYHOHOHO!!!

Fuck Dropkick Murphy's and their annoying ass song. No one wants to be shipped there, most prefer the Arctic Circle.

twoeightnine said...

THANK YOU JEBUS! The Pats have to win the Super Bowl now, anything else will be the biggest choke job ever. And if they win, eh, they were supposed to win and the media's chapstick of the month subscription won't be a complete mistake.

smurphette said...

JINX JINX JINX

please, oh please, let them get Jacksonville in the divisional round.

Robocats said...

I'm sorry, but when the Giants allowed Moss two of the easiest touchdown opportunities of his NFL career ON CONSECUTIVE PLAYS, even God was crying. At least New York's humiliation was so utterly complete that we can all savor THAT.

Anyone else think that Belichek and Brady were just shaving points in the first half?

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