Condolences to Pats

ciscokidciscokid expert
edited February 5 in Trip Reports Posts: 2,251
Can they come back from 19 point deficit with 12 minutes left?

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  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    16 points down, 10 minutes
    Going to bed
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    8 down with four minutes to go
    - Sam
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    It's all tied up with 00:57 left!
    - Sam
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    WIN!!!
    - Sam
  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    Wow what a comeback
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    ciscokid said:

    Wow what a comeback


    Good title change
    - Sam
  • JimKJimK advanced
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    I turned it off early in 3rd, turned on late in fourth to see history being made. Complete turnaround.  Atlanta defense ran out of gas.
  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    ciscokid said:

    Wow what a comeback


    Good title change

    ciscokid said:

    Wow what a comeback


    Good title change
    Yea getting up at 5:15 is tough going to bed at 10:30-11. But at 28-12 w 10 minutes left I felt Brady definatetly could get it done. Couldn't sleep turned it back on in bed and sure enough he got er done! I think the 39 yr old has more than a half tank left in his arm.(compared to Peyton who quit) I quick changed the title of thread

    But on the other hand the integrity of the game may be going the way of boxing(rig)imho, who knows, drama sells

    Congrats all you multi millionaires whether you win or lose
  • ERockWERockW novice
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    I learned my lesson in 2004.  I went to bed during the 7th inning of game 4 of the ALCS.  I had the bedroom TV on but fell asleep.  I missed Kevin Millar's walk, I missed Dave Roberts stealing second, I missed Bill Muellers's game tying single.   I was lucky enough to wake up just in time to see Papi's 12th inning game winning HR on the bedroom TV.  I might fall asleep in front of the downstairs TV, but I will never make the mistake of going to bed during an important game again again
  • mapnutmapnut expert
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    Giving up two consecutive two-point conversions . . .

    I went into the Atlanta locker room to ask for change for a dollar.

    All they had was three quarters.

    How do you get a champagne cork back into the bottle?

    I don't know, ask Atlanta fans.

  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    Don't worry Brady and co. Will get it done
    This halftime crap is cutting into my sleep time
  • joshua_segaljoshua_segal expert
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    Lucky that in 2.0 you can change the title of this thread.
  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    Lucky that in 2.0 you can change the title of this thread.

    Rigged
  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    At least trackbikers happy
  • ChuckstahChuckstah advanced
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    I've been a Patriot's season ticket holder since 1982, and went to many games before that dating back to Fenway Park days.  Something told me this was not their year.  But what a great game, in it to the end.  Congrats  to the Eagles who played better, and to the Patriots for making it a great game.  I hope this isn't the end of the run...and I'm really not happy  with the outcome.  But, fresh snow tomorrow....
  • lotsoskiinglotsoskiing expert
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    Great game. Love the video of Foles holding the trophy up and saying "wow" as he stares at it. What a story for that guy.
  • bmwskierbmwskier expert
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    Managed to catch the end of the game--- good for the Eagles! Now it's the Bills turn. 

    If I am reading the website right, I think i just won the Upickem for Montpelier! That's 500 bucks to the good! (but I'm probably wrong...)
    ;))
    "Making ski films is being irresponsible with other people's money, in a responsible sort of way..." 
    Greg Stump
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    My oldest is a Browns fan (why :-/ :-/ :-/ ) and says they’re next.

    I say ;)) ;)) ;)) and go Steelers!

    IBRAKE
  • lotsoskiinglotsoskiing expert
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    My oldest is a Browns fan (why :-/ :-/ :-/ ) and says they’re next.

    I say ;)) ;)) ;)) and go Steelers!

    IBRAKE

    Props to your oldest- I am one of those long-suffering Browns fans.

    Next is a little optimistic. We'll see how they bungle the draft this year. Most pathetic front office in major sports history.
  • rickbolgerrickbolger expert
    edited February 5 Posts: 1,330
    Well since both teams were unable to lose simultaneously,  I'm happy for Trackbiker.  Just hoping that wasn't his silver Forester that got rolled in Philly after the game   

    And shout out to that selfie kid at halftime, wearing the Sunday River jersey!!!  
    :)]

  • joshua_segaljoshua_segal expert
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    Already left the game in the rear view mirror - and when I saw the "Condolences to Pats" title, I had already refocused on skiing,  So I was thinking you were talking about the evac on Pat's Peak's new chairlift last week and was going to point out that no one was injured, hence condolences were extraneous!
  • Bill29Bill29 advanced
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    This Pats fan doesn't need condolences, but thanks for the thought. It was a great game. Brady and the Pats made their patented come-back, but the Eagles were moere than a match for it. Kudos to the Eagles' offensive line. They kept Foles clean all day. If you can't knock the quarterback down a couple of times, he's probably going to beat you.
  • trackbikertrackbiker advanced
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    Well since both teams were unable to lose simultaneously,  I'm happy for Trackbiker.  Just hoping that wasn't his silver Forester that got rolled in Philly after the game   


    And shout out to that selfie kid at halftime, wearing the Sunday River jersey!!!  
    :)]
    Here's a picture of Rick on Sunday night.

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  • ciscokidciscokid expert
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    As Joshua reminded me I changed the thread title from last year from congratulations to condolences

    With all the Super Bowl rings the Pats have no they don't need any condolences
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