Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by BoTown, Jan 20, 2007.
Or at least the country.
how do we only lose by 20% when we only won the New England area? ohwell
Michigan has some faith too, thanks to Brady I assume.
I am proud to be part of a red state.
I say bring it
Updated it...Michigan is now a red state (thanks Wolverines fans!). Internationally and through most of the U.S. they want the Colts to win. Well screw them!
Since when does Michigan have such loyalty for Tom Brady? When played there they would boo him for Drew Henson.
For whatever reason public opinion has been moving towards the Colts all week. I remember last Sunday night when everyone was like, "Ohh No, there's nothing we can do. The Pats are going to win another SB." How quickly things change.
They should have a comparison poll asking "who do you want to see win? But since it's ESPN I guess that would be too much to ask.
Leave no doubt.
Look at it this way, Philly fans booed Donovan McNabb when he was drafted over Ricky Williams. Time goes by and people realize the errors of their ways. I think UM fans are appreciating Brady more now that he is having success in the NFL and representing his alma mater proudly.
With ya, bring it on...
Yeah, what happened to, "the winner of SD/Pats will win the Superbowl...", which was the mantra the week before. Whatever. Our boys will put everything to rest early tomorrow evening.
Did they really boo him? I know they wanted Henson, but I thought they liked Brady and appreciated him while he was there.
And of course afterwards, he's been nothing but a good representative for Michigan football.
new england has the most football fans..... hardcore, intelligent, and devoted
I agree. Next week it will be tha Saints will knock off the Pats.
I think the Colts would win that pretty easily too. Non-Pats fans are sick of the team, they want to see someone new in the Superbowl.
I agree, storylines change so quickly in the NFL. I thought winner of the Pats/Chargers wins the SB, isn't that right
Yeah, if they did I think the results would be very similar.
Damn it feels good to be a gangsta. It's an awesome feeling to have what everyone wants.
The Patriots haters said that because they, like the Chargers themselves, were fully convinced that they were Super Bowl bound and not the Pats. Let them talk, and let them prove themselves wrong over and over again!
Why is North Dakota so convinced the Colts will win? It's dark blue. Did AV go to school there?
WoW,everybody hate Patriots
Fine, so be it - just makes the victory so much sweeter.
That was their way of being classy and yet still saying "San Diego will win the Superbowl". New England fans don't understand, because we're all classless.
South Dakota...State. North Dakota, South Dakota, what's the difference? (saying that because Howard Cosell once totally trashed New Hampshire on MNF, but Dandy Don cussed him out for it).
... and, lest we forget, this game is NO gimme. The Young Horses will be primed and stoked for this one. Their run D, fresh off of shut-downs of both the formidable Chiefs and the not so shabby Ravens, must be thinking they can shut down anything the Pats run at them, and their pass D says they play against Pay-a-ton all week, and he's the "best", so... this is going to be a strong test.
I hope the flu bug is past by now and that the boys will be prepared for anything the Colts throw at them.
A little anxious right now, but it's a good anxious.
With 83,789 votes in, Michigan has gone gray. They're now 50-50.
Are you kidding?
The reality is that if I weren't a patriots fan, I'd probably be rooting for the Colts. (And the Saints.)
It's the same reason why among those who were not Red Sox or Yankee fans in 2004, those who picked a team they wanted to win generally picked the Red Sox (all but the sadistic that is).
Big freaking deal. Who gives a crap. None of those voting play in the game. If we win, we'll just face the same next year. If we lose, we won't have to hear about it again. Either way, it's not going to make a difference tomorrow.
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