Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by ViperGTS, Sep 15, 2017.
They keep coming and this one is pretty sweet.
I feel like this team is still hungover on the celebrations. The opening night stuff was pretty over the top but what really irked me was how the whole team was wearing SuperBowl LI Champion badges in the KC game............... I mean they need to get over that stuff already. This year's team hasn't accomplished anything yet. Why are the likes of Cooks, Gilmore, Gillislee, Burkhead, Langi, Dorsett, Allen, etc wearing SuperBowl LI badges.
Agree, the badges gotta go.
Pretty sure all teams that win the SB wear those patches in the season opener. After that they're not worn anymore.
Jesus Christ, so now "badges" were the reason they sucked in the KC game...holy s###...
And, originally, from The Treasure of the Sierra Madre with Humphrey Bogart.
I haven't seen this movie, but I've seen Blazing Saddles many times. Its a classic.
I haven't seen Treasure of Sierra Madre. Is it worth watching? Or paying a few bucks for? I don't like paying for old movies unless I know they are really good... and many are.
I'm a fan of Katie Nolan, but not a fan of the patches...
Of course, that was flair the team had to wear for the opener, not some misguided hubris on the part of the team. We won't see them again.
Yes, a great movie. Not a comedy but great all the same.
Yeah, it really is a classic. I'm guessing you wouldn't be sorry. If you do, let me know. Christ, it was filmed and released before I was born, so it's as old as dirt. But, plenty of action and excitement. Google it.
Bennett cracks me up.
'I'll wear mine to the bathroom, so when I reach for the toilet paper I'll remember that I'm the ****'
that's half the fun in watching a mel brooks movie, trying to remember where and how the line was used before.
yup. no chance any of his movies get made today. Especially History of the World and Blazing Saddles.
same goes for Monty Python. No chance Life of Brian gets made today
Enough with the ceremonies.
When Tom Brady says the team came out with the wrong "attitude" on opening night, I don't think there's much room to doubt what he meant. I don't blame them. They're human.
But, speaking for myself, I don't need any more threads about Victory Celebrations...
Yeah well you aren't on the team. So I fail to see how this has any impact on their performance. If you don't have the need for any more victory celebration threads...then the question begs to be asked:
Why did you click on it, and furthermore why even take the time to respond?
Saw it recently on TCM. Decent movie for a rainy afternoon.
Any thread that promises a Katie Nolan video gets my interest.
Oh wait... not that kind of video...
I didn't click on the link to the video.
I did click on the thread but only because it's title was ambiguous..."another...ceremony"...thought it might have posted by someone who saw it the same way I did...emphasis on "another" not "ceremony."
Why did I respond? If I disagree with folks out here, I tend to let them know. Something about that pesky old First Amendment...
No big deal either way...but I do think that they believed the hoopla and that it did, as Brady suggested, impact their "attitude."
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