Super Bowl LV

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  1. sprintstar

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    I watched the majority of the game, delighted for the Bucs, their all black D played surprisingly well, for the most part kept their cool for most of the game. Brady, Gronk and the offence played as well as you can. Sorensen, Nieman and Kelce stood out for the Chiefs. TB's kicker was clutch. Scotty Miller was a non factor although he was on the field the last series of the game. Thank goodness I have a mute button for all the NWO commercials, since when is USA 80% negro? Now my big disappointment was listening to Romo of all people propping up Mahommes as the heir apparent to Brady, not in this lifetime. I say that job will never be filled. If it was to be filled I'd say it will fall to the likes of Josh Allen, far superior QB to mixed blooded Mahommes.

    No masks on the field during the celebration when the game ended, Gates must be livid lolol

    my 2 cents worth.
     
  2. Awake in America

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    Myax Kellamin is coping hard today. Somebody should probably stay with him ... or not. Can a person kvetch himself to death? We might get an answer on that.

    Andy Reid got taken apart. As excellent as the Bucs defense played, their offense was really never stopped, outside of a goal line stand which kept the game closer for longer. In a contest between two of most odious anti-white, fatass coaches, Arians destroyed Reid across the board.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    Regarding the Brady situation I think Kraft wanted to keep Brady around but Belichick wanted to go in another direction. Belichick was enamored with Jimmy G. but forced to trade him off to the 49ers. Belichick had no problem calling out Brady in front of the team and never seemed to appreciate Brady's abilities, winning pedigree and talents. Belichick thought Brady's best days were behind him and did not take into account the poor drafting/free agent decisions that BB made in surrounding Brady with mediocre WRs (outside of Edelman) during the 2019 season. I've gone on rants criticizing the Pats piss poor drafting and team building many times so I'll spare everyone from that this time around. In simplest terms Belichick did not appreciate everything Brady brough to the table, he thought the Matt Cassell season where he went 11-5 without Brady was the rule not the exception and he could win with any QB. Brady simply had enough of Belichick and his ego and decided to go to a team where he had input and was essentially elevated to a player/coach. I doubt the Bucs repeat next season but they will again have a better season than the Pats. Brady achieved more in one season then any of the Belichek coaching tree has done combined with their "Patriot Way". Mangini is the only player from the Belichek tree that I have any respect for but he has been blackballed from the league . McDaniels, Fatt Matt, Crennel all have been bad head coaches. O'Brien had a winning record 52-48 but was went all in on affletes and was fired, Flores and Judge I think may buck the trend of BB coaching tree failures.
     
  4. Claimjumper

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    The agreed upon talking point on ESPN now seems to be that this win was all Bowles and Leftwich.

    Booger waxed poetically about it last night and there’s currently an undefeated article as the lead feature on the website
     
  5. Bucky

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    Of course the most diverse coaching staff is getting it's praise from msm right now. Everyone knows it was Brady who was the difference maker.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    According to that logic they should of won the super bowl last year with Jameezz
     
  7. shamrock

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    Wasn't aware of the drafts you speak of as I don't follow the Negro Football League closely any more, but that's disappointing. I would rather think this was due to front office politics than Belichick's own preference, but I will be rooting for him to fail either way.

    It all brings up an interesting question that everyone will be attentive to: was Brady the greater part of Bill's success? Was Bill merely a good coach who happened to have a spectacular QB? Time may now answer that one.

    Every poll I've ever seen ranks BB as the greatest coach of all time and Lombardi only second. Depending on what the Pats do in the next few years that could turn around. I'd like to see it because it would elevate the coach of the greatest white teams of all time back to the #1 coaching spot of all time - Lombardi, and those inevitable Packer teams of Starr, Jim Taylor, Hornung, Boyd Dowler, Max McGee, Nitschke, Jerry Kramer, Carroll Dale, etc.

    So the question may soon be worth revisiting. Will Vince Lombardi overtake Belichick for all-time #1 if Bill fails to win any more Super Bowls? How many would Bill have won without the greatest QB ever?
     
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  9. DWF Upside

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    Not surprising at all, most casuals only watch it because they are at a party or sports bar for the atmosphere. IF anything it could have been lower without Brady VS Mahomes.
     
  10. The Hock

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    Yeah I usually have a couple invites to parties but none this year. Too many casuals anyway at the parties socializing and not paying attention to the game.

    One person I spoke to said he thought it was a boring game anyway.
     

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