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Old 02-05-2018, 06:23 AM
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I just love this Super Bowl commercial..


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdDOj0MMFOM
That one was great. I liked the Peter Dinklage/Morgan Freeman one a lot too. And all the Tide commercials were amusing.
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Super Bowl winner Fletcher Cox: "I think we own the state of Minnesota now."
Many Philly fans are trash. Some Philly players are trash too.

I feel sorry for someone like Wentz who is from North Dakota with endless family and friends in Minnesota, the bordering state. He's probably embarrassed over what comes out of Philly.

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Old 02-05-2018, 08:28 AM
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Many Philly fans are trash. Some Philly players are trash too.

I feel sorry for someone like Wentz who is from North Dakota with endless family and friends in Minnesota, the bordering state. He's probably embarrassed over what comes out of Philly.
You're right Michelle:

https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/0...their-own-city

https://www.usnews.com/news/national...super-bowl-win
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I'm sorry but these people are animals. Who does this? You have to wonder why this city even deserved what happened last night. I know it's bad to generalize but we are not talking about a small group of fans who are trash in Philly. It's honestly the vast majority. They are disgusting. Say what you want about Tom Brady and the Patriots always winning but you'd never see those links talking about riots and destruction in the Boston area while celebrating a win.

Look at how we didn't hear anything about the city of Houston being filthy trash after the World Series win. Nope, the people are too classy.

It's just gross what happens in Philly.
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I din’t Know why anyone would want to destroy their own backyard.
This is a celebration?
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Old 02-05-2018, 09:22 AM
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It's Philly fans. That's why. It's similar to the stupid Vancouver hockey fans who trashed BC years ago. Not that it makes it right, but Vancouver lost and they were pissed. Philly fans won and acted like out of control animals. Worst fans in American sports by a mile and they compete for worst sports fans around the world too.
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Old 02-05-2018, 09:31 AM
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I'm sorry but these people are animals. Who does this? You have to wonder why this city even deserved what happened last night. I know it's bad to generalize but we are not talking about a small group of fans who are trash in Philly. It's honestly the vast majority. They are disgusting. Say what you want about Tom Brady and the Patriots always winning but you'd never see those links talking about riots and destruction in the Boston area while celebrating a win.

Look at how we didn't hear anything about the city of Houston being filthy trash after the World Series win. Nope, the people are too classy.

It's just gross what happens in Philly.
That's so true. They're animals. They probably would have done the same thing or worse if the Eagles lost.
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That's so true. They're animals. They probably would have done the same thing or worse if the Eagles lost.
Absolutely. Win or lose they were going to be animals. They have always been this way. I believe many are proud of the history. I think each year they go out of their way to increase the trash of the previous year. They love making headlines. They are like this in every sport, it's not just football. It's pathetic.
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The fans are why I couldn't full-on root for Philly. They have some of the worst most classless fans in the entire world, so while I didn't want Bill to win another Super Bowl, I also didn't want Philly fans to be rewarded either.
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The fans are why I couldn't full-on root for Philly. They have some of the worst most classless fans in the entire world, so while I didn't want Bill to win another Super Bowl, I also didn't want Philly fans to be rewarded either.
Precisely how I felt.

I had a really difficult time watching last night because I don't like either team. As you can see from the title of the thread, the only thing I found to be happy about is that New England didn't tie Pittsburgh in the Ring Count. I wouldn't care if a team I liked tied Pittsburgh but not New England. So I'll embrace that since it's about the only thing for me personally that came out of last night.

What the Philadelphia fans did to the Minnesota fans two weeks ago is despicable. I will not get over what those animals did to Minnesota fans. It's honestly like kicking a puppy... Minnesotans are so nice. Not saying anyone deseves the Philly treatment but honestly it's like night and day. They really did kick a puppy when they messed with Minnesotans. Philly fans are trash. There were fake apologies for two weeks too, at least in the media by Philly fans which were obviously plastic and not real. Then they WIN their first Super Bowl ever last night and what do they do? To celebrate they go back to trash.

They are the worst fans in the entire United States.
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I really wonder what the motivation was behind the move. Bill B doesn't make decisions on the fly without thinking about them intensely. There has to be a reason why he didn't go there. Injury and illness were not one of them. This absolutely allowed Philly to move the ball. Granted, NE's defense has been swiss cheese-like off and on all season long so it's not like this was the Vikings defense (which picked the wrong moment against Philly to self destruct in a fluke way) that we know, along with Jacksonville, is the best in the NFL. New England defense has been a couple pegs below those two top defenses all year long. Which is why all the more they needed him in there. You can take a top defensive player out of the Minnesota and Jacksonville line ups and make up for it. You can't do that with New England so Bill's move was costly and he knows it.
Yeah, I wonder if it was influenced by something Butler did behind the scenes and not scheme related.
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Yeah, I wonder if it was influenced by something Butler did behind the scenes and not scheme related.
There’s rumors the locker room was divided before the game. So weird. I guess in NE they reach the Super Bowl so frequently maybe the higher ups don’t even appreciate the moment so they treat it like an ordinary game. Weird situation.
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Old 02-05-2018, 02:29 PM
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There’s rumors the locker room was divided before the game. So weird. I guess in NE they reach the Super Bowl so frequently maybe the higher ups don’t even appreciate the moment so they treat it like an ordinary game. Weird situation.
It does seem really weird though and they definitely needed him too.
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Old 02-05-2018, 04:23 PM
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It does seem really weird though and they definitely needed him too.
They really needed him. Bill B was clearly out-coached.
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They really needed him. Bill B was clearly out-coached.
Which is rare to see really.
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