I thought I was through all the pain

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  1. rhodeislandpatsfan

    rhodeislandpatsfan Practice Squad Player

    Every day gets easier but just when you think your over the loss something hits you and your back to square one, like when you realize the Junior Seau is not getting a championship ring but Eric Gagne is! damn life is not fair
  2. BradyManny

    BradyManny Pro Bowl Player

    Who says Seau is done? Odds are this team ends up in a position to compete for the SB next year again.
  3. blackglass3

    blackglass3 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I do think it's weird that ever since these guys very near retirement decided to come here for thier shot at a ring (Flutie, Seau, Vinny) they haven't won it.

    Just pointing it out. I feel bad for them.
  4. LOL! I'm sorry but that was funny. Man I'm glad Gagne's gone.
  5. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Piggybacking championship teams rarely works.

    But hey Seau isn't done yet, I really just can't seem him ending it on the note he did.
  6. PatsFan24

    PatsFan24 In the Starting Line-Up

    think about how people who have fought for this country are living under the bridge or sleeping at a homeless shelter. think about how many children die of an illness or get kidnaped molested before being murdered. then relize that you should move on from a football game
  7. Patsfanaustin

    Patsfanaustin Practice Squad Player

    I realize our "loss" isn't as important as the world situations, but it still doesn't mean it isn't hard to deal with in it's own way, especially after the magical season up to the Super Bowl.
  8. rhodeislandpatsfan

    rhodeislandpatsfan Practice Squad Player

    It was effen joke, moron, I see that your from Fargo, ND so maybe I'll put disclaimers on future posts to allow you to keep up!
  9. IcyPatriot

    IcyPatriot ------------- PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Older Patriots fans may remember Dr. Smith
    from "Lost in Space"
    When I see these pain posts I hear Dr. Smith...

    "Oh the pain, the pain"
  10. PatsFanInVa

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    Okay, I love Junior Seau, I really do. and I want him to come back, and I'd take him at 40 over most of the guys half that old. But he needs to get a ring before minerals begin to slowly replace his soft tissue and they have to tell his age by the decay of carbon in his system.

  11. brdmaverick

    brdmaverick In the Starting Line-Up

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    a bit dramatic aren't we? Sure, all know that there are pretty bad world issues going around that are much bigger than the game of football, but if there is even just one place where it may be appropriate to whine/sulk/renew self pity about football don't you think it would be a football team messageboard? Let's not forget what site you are on.
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2008
  12. patriotsdynasty12189

    patriotsdynasty12189 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    I dunno 40 year old Linebackers having to fight off linebackers every play is kind of a scary thought.
  13. Sean Pa Patriot

    Sean Pa Patriot Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    In our sports world that we as fans live in, its very dramatic, its not as bad as 2 weeks ago for me, but its still hard to listen or watch NFL network... But I do agree in the real world its tough to compare.. Im very lucky in life and grateful for what i do have, roof over my head, food on the table.. But again as a die hard sports fans, this one will be very tough to get over...
  14. Anatnom

    Anatnom Rookie

    Is that Skip Bayless?
  15. It's going to be alot harder for Boston Red Sox fans because you know Yankee fans will remind them every time the Sox and Yanks meet this summer as well as every summer until the Patriots win one again. ;) As a Yankee fan, I still haven't gotten over the 2004 ALCS choke (Yanks choked without a doubt). At least the Pats didn't choke considering it was a well-played Super Bowl. The Giants beating a Boston area team sure made me feel alot better, but the Yanks will forever be soiled in my eyes after that collapse. Winning the Super Bowl should cure some of the pain, but 19-0 is once in a lifetime. You'll never be able to get that back.
  16. blackglass3

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    We'll see.
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