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Mangini will feel the Wrath of Patriot's Nation

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  1. JustWinBrady

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    IMO, Mangini, right or wrong, will feel the wrath of Patriot Nation and Boston for the rest of his life. He will be forever remembered as a former backstabber employee. A person that Bill took under his wing and was a mentor to him for a number of years. There was a friendship that was developed. Bill was the main reason he is currently a head coach making millions of dollars per year.

    "Bill and I are the best of friends. We had a late conversation last night. He really wants what's best for me and my family.”

    "I can't say enough about what I've learned from Bill Belichick," Mangini said. "He gave me my first shot. He's my mentor, my teacher, and I consider him a close friend I'll have for the rest of my life.

    http://www.allthingsbillbelichick.co.../emnotugly.htm

    If he was a true, true friend would of warned him about what was to go down, except he was part of the sting operation. We are talking about a friend for the rest of his life. A real friend that has betrayed his best friend .

    Here is some of the fall-out that Mangini may experience

    - He has lost all privileges for being part of a SB team. Free meals at restaurants, best seats at boston related events, he will not be welcomed anywhere in Mass.

    - The Fans will be cussing and cursing where ever they see him, whether it is at Gillette stadium or out and about in mass.

    - Mangini’s will no longer be welcomed in the belichick circle. People loyal to belichick, whether it is friends and/or business/nfl contacts will not help mangini.

    -Just when it seemed the mangini and belichick relationship was being mended, this just broke the camel’s back. I would be surprised to see at the end of the next NE/Jets game bill would even go and shake the guy’s hand. Bill will go straight to the locker room.

    - The Mangini name will forever be branded throughout New England. Even his children would feel the affects of this if they ever decided to go to private school or colleges in the state.
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    Yeah - I probably wouldn't be planning any more Cape Cod vacations if I were him.

    Or dinners at Vesuvio's either. Tony Soprano and his gang probably don't care who he squealed on. A rat is a rat.
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    Wait till he gets fired from the Jets, then where does he go?? He sucked as D coordinator couldn’t happen to a nicer guy! He brought it on himself.
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    I don't think Mangini really anticipated the sh1tstorm he unleashed. I suspect he just wanted to tweak the Pats, maybe get them a slap on the wrist from the league. Since everyone tries to steal signals and having a camera on field is only a technical violation, that's what any rational NFL observer would expect.

    But you're right. Law of unintended consequences. Too bad for Mangini.
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    What do you think the spread will be in that game? 20? Vegas will be anticipating BB running up the score on Mangini big time.
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    Karma is like a boomerang, what goes around comes around, and the harder you throw it to take down someone else, the greater the force it'll strike back against you.

    Your time will come Mangini. You go down in the histroy books as the ultimate Backstabber.
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    You can't tell me that our ex wr coach had no part in this what so ever he was upset when BB wouldn't grant him the ranking qb coach.
    Took his hostility to the jets i'm sure he had a hand in all of this.
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    LOL I found this on patriotsplanet.net

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    Where its going to hurt is when he gets fired from the Jets. Considering all of BB's former coaches in the NFL now, he'll get blackballed from many of them when he needs a job. I dont see RAC or Charlie helping this guy out.

    Also, Mangini exposed Parcells with this, too which will draw ire from Tuna's "helpers".
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    Just wait for the NY media to actually start focusing on the team he fielded. They got rid of Kendall they wasted a 4th overall pick on that bust of an LT. Pennington went down, short of a miracle from their backup QB this weekend they are in for a thumping from the Ravens, cant wait to read the NY papers come Monday, wonder if Mangini will out a famous gay friend to take more heat off his terrible team.
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    If it snows Dec 16th that could replace all the other snow games as the most famous as Mangina gets pounded by snowballs.
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    No one will hire him as a D coordinator or any other position.

    They all now know that he'll squeal about anything and everything he knows about that breaks NFL rules - the tampering Mike Tannenbaum has engaged in for example (be prepared to read about that in the press years's down the line Mike!).

    Why would they want a guy like that on their staff? No one can trust him.

    So let's just be clear here - Jet fans can persist in their belief that the Patriots are the only team stealing signals if they want to delude themselves.

    But what they've got as a head coach is a guy who not only "cheats" as he did when he was with the Patriots - but a guy who isn't man enough to own up to it when it happened on his watch, but will squeal about it the first chance he can.

    I'd take Belichick over that guy any day of the week. As embarrased as many Patriots fans are, I'd be more embarrassed if I were a Jets fan.
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    While I certainly hope we beat the Jets handsomely when we play them in December, I believe BB will rise above Mangini's level and resist the temptation to run up the score.

    Furthermore I'd like to see him walk to the midfield following the game, shake his former DC and friend by the hand warmly and then walk off and talk about what a great job Mangini's doing with the Jets.

    On the other hand I hope it does snow that weekend, and I'd like to see the Patriots fans pelting Mangini and the Jets with snowballs all night long accompanied by plenty of derogatory chanting.
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    If I were BB, I'd send the cameraman out to shake his hand and just head to the lockeroom. I wouldn't give that fat piece of filth an inch of respect.
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    I'm not suggesting he does. I think that by treating him well he actually makes Mangini look incredibly small. (Not withstanding the fact that he's a fat piece of filth)
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    There was a time to be nice. That time has passed and shall never comeback. It is now time to destroy or keep getting destroyed.

    It's one thing BB dissed the Jets job, but he never pelted or backstabbed that organization.

    People like you would like to bow down to enemies of America too ?
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    Three points:

    1. If the Pats did this when Mangini was here, and he waited until he was the head coach of a division rival to turn in BB, then he's a snake/rat of the lowest kind.

    2. If the pictures of the Jets video guy that folks have posted are true, and Mangini himself still does this, than I was wrong about point #1, and THIS makes him a snake/rat of the lowest kind.

    3. Because this signal stealing has been going on since Lincoln was President, Eric the Rat could be blackballed around the league for breaking a code in the coaching ranks.

    However you slice it, it does not bode well for Eric the Rat!
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    What? You have to be kidding.
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