Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by secund2nun, Oct 24, 2019.
So you don't like the NFL?
Harrison is lucky that he didn’t play for the Patriots because then it would be common knowledge that he’s a murderer. The media would have seen to that.
While 19-0 would be amazing.
Next 2 SBs means
10 AFCCG in a row
7/10 SB appearances
5/10 SB wins
2 Rings = 2 blissful off seasons of glee, 18-0 means an excruciating two weeks of watching the Tyree helmet catch. On to Cleveland.
After Brady retires get Mahomes and go 19-0 twice in a row
Seriously- never thought anyone would tie the Bills with 4 conference championships in a row and here we are with a decent chance of doing that
This thread is like wanting your cake and eating it, too, but the cake is a wedding cake and it’s your wedding and you’re having a threesome on your wedding night with the actual man/woman/?/+/Q of your dreams after eating the wedding cake.
Mods ban this jinx thread!
Either one has merit. Obviously, I want to win the SB every year. I'd absolutely love to seal the deal on an undefeated season, however. I don't think I'd ever get tired of looking back on the year with pride and joy.
You take the guaranteed SB titles over everything else. 8 SB titles. Threepeat. Greatest dynasty in NFL history. I won't look at the hypothetical 19-0 Pats as a more successful team than the previous SB winners. A SB win = A successful season. Don't care if you were 18-1, 19-0, or 12-7.
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19-0. That, and a SB blowout, are the only things left on my Patriots fan "bucket list". I can live without them, but, oh, the nirvana-like sense of completion with
So to avoid watching the "Tyree helmet catch" of the future, the Pats need to enter the SB at 17-1. I'll take that and two SBs.
you think at balt and hou is soft? Next 6 games are all not going to be easy and pats could lose to any of them
I'm doing future me a solid and going with the multiple superbowls. The joy of an undefeated 2007 wouldn't trump the combined joy of sb 49&51. In this scenario quantity does indeed trump quality.
Love-Hate relationship. "It's complicated."
They give up freedoms as human beings and as employees in return for a higher percentage of the the total revenue (which determines the cap, which determines how much total $$ the players get).
Perfect way to end the Brady and Belichick duo.
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