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Old 02-04-2019, 01:01 PM
 
Location: The 719
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And on a previous drive Goff was late on his throw.
Really? You srsly believe that? Cooks had the ball in his hands, both of them, in the endzone, in the Super Bowl, with the tie score eminent.

Go back to the 4:24 mark.

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Pats ran the ball in the 4th quarter to kick a fg to seal the game. Rams defense couldn't stop it...that was the game right there.
That was set up by all those boring ass plays in the first three quarters of the game. All those plays is what it took to wear down the Rams defense.
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The Patriots already own most records, so they decided to manage the game in such a fashion that they would win the Super Bowl with the fewest points scored. Yet another record for the Patriots.
Yeah whatever.

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McVay said he wouldn't go to the white house if he won...…..now he doesn't have to worry..Hahahahahahahahaaaaaaqa
Can you blame him for selling out to the lamestream blamestream fakestream mainstream media, academia, social justice warriors, pop-culture snowflakes? It's an easy sell. Just ask talentless hacks like Kathy Griffin, Chelsey Vodka-Chugger, Rosey oD, ...

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Old 02-04-2019, 01:16 PM
 
Location: Meredith NH
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McVay said he wouldn't go to the white house if he won...…..now he doesn't have to worry..Hahahahahahahahaaaaaaqa
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Old 02-04-2019, 01:18 PM
 
Location: Lakewood Ranch, FL
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McVay said he wouldn't go to the white house if he won...…..now he doesn't have to worry..Hahahahahahahahaaaaaaqa
I thought that was rich....LOL!
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Old 02-04-2019, 01:45 PM
 
Location: Up North
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McVay said he wouldn't go to the white house if he won...…..now he doesn't have to worry..Hahahahahahahahaaaaaaqa
What a loser. I didn't know McVay was a SJW nutjob. Now I know I don't like him. Glad Brady and Co. (Kraft, Belichick) have integrity, unlike the majority of this joke of a League.


Isn't the owner (Kroenke) married to a Walton girl? I recall reading an ESPN Mag article on him. He seemed like a Southern boy who I suspect would not side with the insanity of the SJW crowd.


I doubt the owner would have been okay with a disgusting display by his team, not to mention the coach.


Just guessing.
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:05 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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What a loser. I didn't know McVay was a SJW nutjob. Now I know I don't like him. Glad Brady and Co. (Kraft, Belichick) have integrity, unlike the majority of this joke of a League.
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So what’s your thoughts on this then?

https://abcnews.go.com/beta-story-co...ry?id=55926258
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:22 PM
 
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Really? You srsly believe that? Cooks had the ball in his hands, both of them, in the endzone, in the Super Bowl, with the tie score eminent.

Go back to the 4:24 mark.
Of course. And Goff would admit as much I'm sure. Being late with the throw is what enabled the Patriots safety to make it back into the play. If it is on time Cooks makes the catch untouched. He was wide open before he even stepped foot into the end zone. That would have been the time for the ball to reach him. Instead he ran all the way to the back of the end zone and had to wait for the ball to arrive.
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:27 PM
 
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Pats ran the ball in the 4th quarter to kick a fg to seal the game. Rams defense couldn't stop it...that was the game right there.
Got to disagree. The TD is what really put the game out of reach. If that long pass isn't completed who knows how that series ends for the Pats. Could have ended in only 3 pts or even worse, no points. Completely different game either way. Even if the Patriots didn't get the final three points or were not able to run the clock down, it still would have been an uphill battle for the Rams for just a chance to tie the game, not even win it.

The completion to Gronk was easily the single biggest play of the entire game. Not just yardage but significance.
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:39 PM
 
Location: The 719
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Of course. And Goff would admit as much I'm sure. Being late with the throw is what enabled the Patriots safety to make it back into the play. If it is on time Cooks makes the catch untouched. He was wide open before he even stepped foot into the end zone. That would have been the time for the ball to reach him. Instead he ran all the way to the back of the end zone and had to wait for the ball to arrive.
Oh, so you're gonna expect perfection from your quarterback who was in kindergarten when Brady was winning his first Super Bowl. I'm gonna file this claim under coulda shoulda woulda.

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Got to disagree. The TD is what really put the game out of reach. If that long pass isn't completed who knows how that series ends for the Pats. Could have ended in only 3 pts or even worse, no points. Completely different game either way. Even if the Patriots didn't get the final three points or were not able to run the clock down, it still would have been an uphill battle for the Rams for just a chance to tie the game, not even win it.

The completion to Gronk was easily the single biggest play of the entire game. Not just yardage but significance.
How many Angels can dance on the head of a pin?

No one knows what Brady and Bilichick are capable of? They could have won the game 3-0 or 6-3 if that's what was in front of them.
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:39 PM
 
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Not surprisingly, the lowest overnight rating of a Superbowl game in a decade.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/super-b...155404457.html
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Old 02-04-2019, 03:00 PM
 
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Oh, so you're gonna expect perfection from your quarterback who was in kindergarten when Brady was winning his first Super Bowl. I'm gonna file this claim under coulda shoulda woulda.
Of course it is coulda, shoulda, woulda. That's a routine play for an NFL QB. Even one who's not elite like Goff. Goff just missed it.


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How many Angels can dance on the head of a pin?

No one knows what Brady and Bilichick are capable of? They could have won the game 3-0 or 6-3 if that's what was in front of them.
Of course. Never said they couldn't. What is your point here?

I was pointing out that the pass to Gronk was a bigger play, moment, series than the series that lead to the final FG.
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