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  1. NoCal Patriot

    NoCal Patriot Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    The best part of today is the fact that the Honor of my favorite Patriots' Victory has been re-established.Beating The Rams in The Super Bowl meant so much to so many of Us.It was a long ,winding and twisted road that led Us to New Orleans.Tonight every Patriots Fan should put on that tape and remember how You felt on that glorious Sunday.That day was ,is and will remain "OUR DAY"
    John Tomase tried to ruin that day and was exposed as the fraud that He is.He had better hope that our paths never cross.That SUPER BOWL belongs to ME,FGSSAND and all of the rest of Us that saw everything and never wavered in Our support of the team.
     
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    Re: Speaking As A 48 Year Patriots Fan

    Amen. :rocker:
     
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    Crazy Patriot Guy Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Re: Speaking As A 48 Year Patriots Fan

    My grandma died the day before and I was at the funeral home all day that Sunday with no intentions of watching the game. My mom suggested though shortly before kickoff that I head to my grandpa's and watch it. I was pretty relaxed all the way up until Ty's pick 6. I was on edge the rest of the game.

    I just remember AV making the kick, and I dropped to my knees laughing, just laughing. Because of the circumstances at the time, the win was magnified that much more for me. It was beautiful. I'll never forget it.
     
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    Re: Speaking As A 48 Year Patriots Fan

    You know it brother........that one single game remains my #1 all time sports thrill.

    As a matter of fact, knowing that Martz was too stupid or more likely too sure that he would win that he could not be bothered shooing NE dressed folk away during his walk through, is a nice cherry on top for me.

    I look forward to even more facts coming out in the days and weeks that follow.

    Boycott ESPN, until they tell the truth.
     
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    Re: Speaking As A 48 Year Patriots Fan

    Been a Pats fan forever, but the night when then won their first superbowl.. capped a ton of frustration and years of mediocrity.. that is the highlight of my sports fanatic career.
     
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