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  1. cavtroop

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    why has this thread not been moved to the 'practice squad' yet? Unless Im missing out on some major sarcasm here, or otherwise not in on the joke?
     
  2. TN patriot fan

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    Either you didn't read the entire thread, or reading comprehension isn't your strong suit. I said in my first post that I'm done, meaning, I will watch no more until the corruption is rooted out. Considering how many people there are like you who are clinging desperately to denial, that may be a while.
     
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    4 posts? Go away, troll.
     
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    Since this thread is largely devoted to theories please indulge me as I offer my own.

    There is a common theme with conspiracy nuts in that they’re steadfastly convinced that they are the most enlightened and intelligent people in the room. They desperately seek validation for their off the wall observations and cherry pick random and/or coincidences to cram square peg style in their round agenda. However they conveniently never see a problem or black helicopters circling overhead when a ref makes a blown call that favors their team. When you provide objective and logical responses they give a condescending retort and accuse you of being blind or naïve. It’s like trying to reason with someone who has conversations with their toaster.

    The conspiracists also fail to realize that the FBI and other federal and state law enforcement entities aren’t all rabid football fans who would ignore fixed for profit games. Many of them wouldn’t know a softball from a football and would have zero problem going after a RICO type operation. Oh wait, that’s right, the FBI et al are also in on the conspiracy along with the refs, owners, players and league .

    Here is a newsflash. You are not smarter than everyone else so please get over yourself. Indeed you sound illogical and infantile in equating your teams’ loss and/or another teams’ win to an impenetrable national conspiracy.
     
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    Actually, as it stands, I didn't read the full 9 pages of paranoid whack jobs who think the whole world is in a conspiracy out to get them. It's just pretty odd that you created a name for yourself here called "TN patriot fan" and you're in here posting about things, and at the same time claiming not to care and that "you're done."

    Do you know how many times I've gone into WWE forums to talk about how the matches are rigged? Not once. I know they're rigged but I don't give a crap about that pseudo-sport, so I don't care what fans of that pseudo-sport think. And yet here you are in this forum, trying to show us all how much you don't care, by going on and on about it.
     
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    +1 +1 +1. This is what cracks me up about the conspiracy theorists the most. It's all about risk/reward. The NFL is making money hand over fist. If the league was fixing games then not only would the league completely cease to exist (no one would be able to trust them again) but all that money would be lost and a lot of people would go to jail.
     
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    #12 Jersey

    I love a good conspiracy but never saw a good motive in this one. Unless it's the occasional individual(ref/player) maybe for gambling reasons but league involvement doesn't make much sense.

    There's no need to take such a risk and for what? Who are the Harbaughs's to the casual fan? No one and to those of us that do follow closely they are unlikable jerks. If it's about a good story line, then that can be created with any match up, if it's a about teams with bigger market share, you have to ask why do teams like Green Bay and Pitt have such large followings? Not sure it's anything more than past success.

    Not buying it, we lost and we all saw why.
     
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    #54 Jersey

    They also tend to have an overdeveloped victim mentality.
     
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    Where the hell are the mods? Why hasn't this drivel been moved? Regardless, I'm putting the whole she-bang thread on ignore. I hate the offseason :)
     
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    It is simple the Pats got the butts whipped in the 2nd half. Baltimore was the better team and made the plays.

    And this thread is no different than the website the guy made on the Pats being handed SB 36 in a conspiracy.
     
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    Mods you need to lock and delete this thread immediately because the longer it stays out in public the more likely it is that they are going to see it, and believe me, you don't want to get on their badside.

    What I'm about to tell you could put my life in danger, but as a fanbase you deserve to know. I spent five years as Roger Goodell's executive assistant, and in that role I saw a lot of things, and had access to a lot of files.

    First of all let me just say that to those of you with the vision and intelligence to identify this whole fraud for what it is, God bless you. You're right. There is a conspiracy going on, but you've on;y scratched the surface of it.

    First of all, the Baltimore-New England game absolutely was fixed. In fact I faxed out the memo myself. It went out to the officiating crew the night that the Pats beat Houston. It didn't matter who they Pats were going to play, the refs were to make sure they lost.

    Ever wonder about the "all-star" ref crews they use for the playoffs? Did you ever stop to think about why they do that instead of just keeping the regular crews together? It's so they can covertly place together a crew of the most corrupt and most buyable officials for occasions just like this, what those inside the circle call "Special Assignments".

    The officiating crew spent the next five days at the NFL's covert ref-training complex buried underneath Giants stadium. The families were told the officials were on a "retreat". At this complex the refs practiced the calls they were to blow over and over until they were second nature.

    I think we all saw first hand that the training worked flawlessly.

    Now here's the scary part. This didn't come from Roger Goodell. He's just a puppet. A middle man. No, this came down from much higher. I saw the order on Goodell's desk. On Presidential letterhead. The order to fix the game came from the White House.

    That might sound hard to believe, but believe me, it's believable. So believe it. A very small number of people know about this. I was fired specifically for stumbling onto this, and more so what I stumbled upon next.

    This wasn't the first fixed game in Patriots history. Both Super Bowl losses to the Giants? You guessed it, fixed! The AFCCG loss to the Colts? You guessed it, fixed! In fact, I saw documentation that firmly proved that he Patriots have not actually lost a single game since 2006 that wasn't fixed to ensure that outcome. Every Pats loss for the last 7 years was a job.

    Now here's the part that really scares me. The part that might really get me killed for blowing the whistle on. The fixes didn't start then. Nope, that's just when they turned around.

    My friend, the first three Super Bowls that Brady and BB won together were all fixed. I mean in hindsight it makes sense. We sit here and talk about how improbable it is that this offense only scored 13 against Baltimore, but what about the Rams? They were the Greatest Show on Turf and our defense handled them, holding them to a mere 17 points. The tuck rule in the Oakland game? INVENTED earlier that season specifically for use by the refs to assist Brady when the time came.

    It's shocking but it's true. No game Tom Brady has ever played, no win, and no loss, has ever not been the result of a fix designed by the White House Football Results Consortium.

    Now you might be saying, "I call BS. There's no motive." Well my friends, if you can, grab hold of a newspaper from September 2001. Dig deep into it and somewhere, probably in small print, with a minor headline, you'll find an article outlining how one Drew Bledsoe was caught having sex with Barbara Bush, former first lady and mother to then new President George W. Bush. Yep, that's right. Drew Bledsoe fu**ed the President's mom.

    That's when it all started. Not only did Bush orchestrate the entire emergence of Brady to ensure Bledsoe's career would fade into nothingness, but he covered it up brilliantly. Everything was great in New England until one day, for no apparent reason, he decided to turn the tides.

    No one involved in the operation is sure why. Some say Brady started to remind Bush of Bledsoe. Some say Brady too fu**ked the President's mom. But for whatever reason, after that third Super Bowl, the Presidential orders coming into the NFL head offices had a decidedly different slant.

    When Bush left office he signed a secret Presidential decree stating that all of his successors from now until the end of this great country are to continue the job. Who knows, one day soon we might just see Ryan Mallet come into a game, take over the job, and win a "miracle" Super Bowl. When that happens though, at least now we'll all know better.

    Godspeed true believers. What I've told you here is dangerous information. Do with it what you will but I beg of you do not tell your children what I have told you, lest they too become targets. Now I have to go and burn this computer so that they can't find me. Unless that is...they're already here.
     
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    I don't understand why everyone is complaining about it. Is it that no-one likes to hear the truth anymore?

    Nothing wrong with this post. I said the exact same thing about three years ago about the NFL. The games Denver played with Tebow last year, were rigged. Saints-Colts SB, rigged. Did you see Manning in the game, I know he chokes, but come on! As much as I love the Patriots myself, the Rams SB was rigged, because of the whole 9/11 and the American unity/Patriotism thing, that's why they called for the "tuck-rule" in the Raiders game. The Patriots-Panthers SB - fixed. Since when does a kicker kick the balls out of bounds on a kick off? I chose to ignore it, because I love the Patriots and I wanted the best for them and Tom Brady especially. The Steelers-Colts AFC championship game a few years ago, where Manning threw an obvious INT to Polamalu and they took it back? Come on now, it's obvious they were trying to get the Colts into the SB.

    I'm not sure if the players are aware though. I'm positive the owners and head coaches are. I believe Belichick had to inform Brady, there was no way the Ravens D was gonna stop Brady, so he had to throw the game and punt of 4th and 2, when he usually would've went for it. When I was watching the games last year, from Tebow-mania to teams blowing games so that the Giants could make the SB. I knew there was a conspiracy. They can't completely control the outcome, they tried to get the Vick redemption story into the SB a couple years back, but he blew the game because he's not that good.

    It's become so obvious these days. I wanted to write my own book about it and get millions, but then I'll be tearing apart one of the most entertaining sports of all time. Then again it didn't exactly kill the WWE, the bad writing and loss of real entertainers is what killed the WWE.
     
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    The Fix Is In

    Matt Furey
     
  15. TN patriot fan

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    That has to be the most intelligent thing I've ever read on an online sports forum. Or, to remove the sarcasm since that's a little above your comprehension level, the stupidest. The NFL loves people like you because you'll still be giving them your money when they have swimsuit models doing the sideline interviews and Vegas bookies giving the halftime report.
     
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    That was entertaining. How long did it take you to come up with it?
     
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    wait, what? :ugh:

    Everyone knows the only fix in football was making sure the Bills didn't win the Super Bowl.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I joined the forum because I've been a rabid football fan since I was seven years old, and I've been trying against all reason for several years now to deny what any rational adult who has eyes to see can't help but see, and the game last Sunday was crushing to me because I finally realized I can no longer support the sham, and I thought I would find kindred souls on a Patriots forum, people who saw what happened to our favorite team, and could commiserate, and perhaps even start a movement for change.

    To the small handful of rational adults who posted on the thread: thank you for being decent, honest human beings.

    To the rest of you braying mockers:

    John 8:44
    Proverbs 19:29
    Isaiah 29:20

    Last but definitely not least:

    Matthew 12:36

    I leave you to your deluded foolishness.
     
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    You sound like a Colt fan circa 2004 after losing to us.

    Actually though I'm glad the guys running this conspiracy got in touch with Rahim Moore and told him to mis-time his jump to allow Jacoby Jones the tying score, and getting Manning to throw across his body for that pick.

    Jeez!
     
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    Good riddance! :singing: :singing:
     
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