being a Boston sports fan has to be unbelievably awesome.
Brady is probably the "GOAT" but not that it matters but I thought Butler should've been the MVP
6 NFL SB appearances. Could easily have been another win or two if not for two crazy plays.
Could be competing again next year one more time before Brady walks away from the game.
Bruins Stanley Cup against a great team. Still a contender as we speak for this year.
Red Sox end one of the worst slumps in professional sports history to win their first World Series in many, many years. And in doing so, they have arguably the greatest series comeback in sports history. Not just down 3-0, but to their biggest rival in franchise history and often the biggest rivalry in sports (at least during those years, it was). And not just down, but winning in comeback fashion and with walk-offs in multiple games and then winning in the Bronx in Game 7. Storybook kinda stuff. And then they come back and win yet another World Series championship. And could be playing for yet another one in the next year or two, right?
Honestly, what has happened with sports in Boston over the last 15 years is just incredible.
Jealous. Absolutely jealous of that.
I know. I have liked sports for over 30 years. In that time, roughly 120-130 sporting seasons, I have only seen one championship.
When the Phillies won in 08 I did not even have a reaction. I just sat there on my couch utterly confused. I was expecting there to be someone saying "but the game isn't over" or something.
"**** robo's family.
There. I said it." -SwingOnThis
"someday we'll meet, and it will be more awkward than either of us can possibly imagine" -pp999
That play call by Carrol is a breather-radio wet dream. And lol at the Seahawks acting like a bunch of savage animals at the end of the game. Good god. lol @ Sherman crying on the sideline.
And kudos to the NFL for blacking up the halftime show with whatever the **** that thing was. Holy **** that was awful.
By the way, Wilson's throw on that pick was maybe a little too far out in front, but you really can't throw that pass much better. 9 out of 10 times it's a TD or incomplete. That DB just made an outstanding play. Give him credit.
of course, but he shouldn't have been throwing the ball there anyway. 4 read options in a row and you are guaranteed a ring.
Worst play call in the history of professional sports. Can't justify that in any way.
Kevin Negandhi ✔ @KNegandhiESPN
Russell Wilson's pass was the 109th time a QB threw from the 1-yd line this season and it was the 1st time it resulted in an interception.
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