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Jim Irsay attempts to define what it means to be the greatest team ever
Why would anyone take that idiot seriously?
Memo to Jimbo:
Franchises that screwed over loyal fanbases by sneaking out of town to take extorted money from pathetic wannabe cities and then extorted new stadiums from said wannabe cities are not eligible for GOAT franchise status.
Ahhh, junkie jimmy...gotta love him for the entertainment value. It takes the entire Jete (dis)organization to provide us with the laughs Irsay manages to provoke all by himself.
Of all the owners he is the one we would probably most want to party with and least like to have own our team. Thank God for ol' Krafty Bob.
The owner of the team with the lowest requirements to put up banners goes out and tries to explain to everyone else what makes a GOAT team. Priceless.
In all fairness he will never remember saying it.
Yes, Jim, the greatest franchise of alltime is the imaginary one that’s never accomplished what you laid out...
Why this guy is “anything” is beyond me.
maybe if the NYJFL hadn't changed the definition of a catch for SB LII, the Patriots may have has 3 in a row and 4 out of 5
If they could fit all the colts as well as fans into a giant rehab with pictures of the rising sun and deer frolicking through the high grass as a rainbow sets in and the sun sinks just before....... lol
Thank God Mcdnaiels turned down this clown franchise.
Im going to say something I can't take back but I'm angry and I'm going to say it.
I wish Jordan Richards and Eric Rowe start for them next season.
See I feel kind of bad but no it's deserved.
I put the Richards on you sir
Check back in 2021.
He has his own definition.
1-2 now. Time for another banner.
Funny thing is, I thought of this play after Gilmore made the game-sealing INT.
So the guy who made a play that was 1000 times more important DID NOT ham it up for the camera like a Coltish fool.
He worked hard to come up with something, anything, of significance that the Pats had yet to accomplish.
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