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Were the Patriots insensitive by celebrating on their own field?

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  1. Lifer

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    And did the Patriots run up the score? ;)
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    I think they were all so emotionally and physically ehausted that there wasn't a whole lot of celebration
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    Absolutely. How dare you guys go up by 2 scores. Complete lack of class by Belichick and the entire Patriots organization.;)
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    nope, not insensitive. did you catch the difference?
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    Those damn Patriots ran up the score to 14-12 going into the 4th quarter. :rofl:
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    Totally disrespected the grounds crew. This is going on the bulletin board in the equipment shack.
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    When's the moral victory parade?
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    we got it from our coach. :)
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    Patriots won and Trollvara STILL can't admit it...
    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
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    Shouldn't you and your fellow trolls be celebrating somewhere? You know, losing for most of the game by a little is practically a win.
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    I just like you guys too much.
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    Remember about the eighth game of the season when all the Charger fans were warning us how badly Brady was going to get beat up this year for running uo the score. I love that memory.
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    3rd degree burn :D
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    To be serious for a moment, I would've liked to have seen the post-game celebration but was instead subjected to a quick-switched and long commercial break. Real football fans not only want to see the smiles and hugs of the winning team, but the respect shown to the losing players. In this hard-fought, non-regular season game, I expected more from a tv network. There was a well-deserved celebration on the field -- broadcast it.

    Excuse the rant.
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    Agreed. It's one of my favorite parts of football. The fact that these guys beat each other up for 3 hours and then come together at the center of the field and give each other props is awesome.
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    Right, from blood and guts to hugs is quite a transition. I call it respect. Makes the sport special.
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    Must have p1ssed off the Revolution!
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    Definitely agree. You don't see that kind of camaraderie in any other sport.
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    I just watched a slow mo replay of the first 11 seconds of the game post the clock winding down to 0. I am pretty sure that I saw a SONY Handicam, a hand held tape recorder, a NIKON 35mm Camera, a Telescope, a pair of binoculars and a thermo graphic imager tucked in Ellis Hobbs's hand warmer while he was doing the CHARGERS "lights out" dance at center field. Or maybe it was just an incoherent vision brought on by all those tears and wines of disappointment from Charger Fans! With as much lame Trash Talk I have undured the past week, you Charger Fans can go take a flying leap! GO PATS! GET THAT RING BOYS! GET IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    They didn't need that second score. Without it, the score is 14-12. I think it comes from their head coach.

    "We player the Patriots 10 times, we win 6."
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