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Tedy B: "I still think about" SB42 loss

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  1. Uncle Rico

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    From today's ESPN chat. He feels our pain. Or is it we who feel his pain? probably both.

    Very classy comments about teammates.

    Chat: Chat with Tedy Bruschi - SportsNation - ESPN Boston
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    Glad I am not alone
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    Right there with you 54.... Right there with you buddy. :mad:
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    Unfortunately, the only thing that would make it better would be going 19-0 in another season. Something I don't expect to see in my lifetime (or 21-0 if they expand the schedule), but at least as a fan there is a CHANCE we'll see it with our team. For a former player, that opportunity will never come again.
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    Me too Teddy, me too. Its still a dark cloud hanging over my life.
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    That's gotta be Patjew who asked him that early question about Randy Moss.
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    I can only imagine the pain they feel. I still think about that game often - far, far, far too often - and I'm just a fan. This is their livelihood, not just their profession, but a passion. The feeling of "what-if" they must have over that game will undoubtedly stick with them for the rest of their lives.

    That said, particularly now with the Colts cowardice and failure to go for perfection, that 2007 team has nothing to be ashamed of. It should be proud of its accomplishments.
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    Wow.


    That picture honestly makes me want to kill myself.
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    I have blocked it out of my memory, and every once in a while, I get a reminder from this site, or some stupid NFL commercial.:mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
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    That picture sums it up for me. In such disbelier you want to think your in some kind of dream or something. I remember just screaming NOOOOOOOOOO because I was in such disbalief. This thread just needs to go.:(
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    The NFL Network commercial with the Tyree pass has probably taken years off my life. It's sort of funny that, in real life, I'm an extremely mild-mannered person (take my word for it). Yet, its a good thing I don't have any sharp objects in my living room or I'd have probably jammed it through my jugular at this point thanks to that MFing commercial.
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    Oh man, that was a sad day. I remember I took work off the next day and got drunk and watched the highlights on NFLN.

    G-men where a flash in the pan like I said at the time, they had no business taking history away....

    Its all good, in some small town in Africa we are 19-0! least they think so:p
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    This thread has ruined my afternoon.
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    The worst was waking up the next morning. There was about a good 5-10 seconds before I remembered what transpired the night before. That might've been the last time I was happy. (J/K).
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    I actually close my eyes and hit mute when the Strahan and Tyree portions of that commercial come on. It makes me want to vomit.
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    That close. Man. Seeing that, Moss really could've gone up and got that without Webster getting a hand on that.

    Excuse me while I go vomit all over myself.
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    Hey, if the ball hadn't been underthrown, its a touchdown. Moss had Webster beat by about 3 steps when the ball was released.
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    I am right there with everyone, I still think about it way too much. I try to look at it from a positive standpoint - three super bowl wins, taking a perfect season to the absolute last minute. I believe that the 2004 Pats would have beat the 2007 Pats - better D, balanced offense. the 2007 team was a great team, but the league caught up to them by the end. It would have been a struggle to beat the Chargers in the AFC championship had they been healthy. That being said, there cannot be a more painful way for that season to have ended. But we have dealt with it, and there is probably no other loss that could possibly hurt as worse, so we got that going for us...
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