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<3 pats1. This is great!
<3 pats1. This is terrific!
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Jeez, they sounded pretty good to me. Gave credit at the end, and even said there were a couple calls they would like to see on tape, that it looked like Turner had a couple legitimate beefs.
They were as gracious in defeat as Gil and Gino are when the Pats lose a big one, disappointed but accepting.
Glad to hear Reggie's OK after dropping a cat, but how's the cat?
Ha, thanks that was great...
And what was a great season has turned to mush......
"Frankly Charlie, I'm not gonna watch. Stay tuned to what won't be a happy post-game show."
I would love to hear their last drive.
Those announcers crack me up.
Some friends were listening on Sirius and said they were just out of their minds. Don't have it though.
Ha! I would love to hear it.
I have some audio of fingernails scratching a chalkboard - same difference.
I heard the last ten minutes of that game. The Colts announcers were distraught, their voices we so filled with emotion it was worse than listening to a high school game.
After interviews with "upbeat" Tony Dungy, "... we'll start getting ready for next year", and a humbled (temporarily) Polian, "we got to look in the mirror," one of the radio guys said, "well, it's the Chargers at New England next week, and, frankly, I'm not going to watch it. I have no desire."
Sadly pathetic, unfortunately.
They deserve Tommy Points
Must have sounded like Donald Duck having an epileptic seizure.
can't blame him. Last year I had no desire to watch the Super Bowl. It was the first Super Bowl I missed since the NFL began having Super Bowls.
Ask and you shall receive:
I knew there was a reason why we are the best fans in the world!
OMG I love it.
"3rd and 5. Peyton stands in looking looking....AND REGGIE WITH THE CATCH AT THE 40. OH MY WHAT A CAT...oh no. He dropped it. And Reggie's hurt."
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