Monday, January 24, 2005

Pats Year Round

Originally uploaded by blogjimmy.
Question: Who is the best team in the history of the NFL?

Answer: The New England Patriots

I think it was made official yesterday that the Pats are the most dominant NFL franchise in recent memory. Holding the prolific Colts offense to 3 points? Blowing out the 4th team to go 15-1 in league history on the road? All of this without arguably their two best defenders? Mercy! Mercy indeed.

And as much love as I have for DNabb5, this might be the biggest Super Bowl rout since my Chargers were lambasted by the 49ers 11 years ago. That's how confident I feel in the Patriots right now.

Pick: Pats 37-7.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dynasty is the only word that aptly describes this team. Belichick has proved this postseason he is the best coach of all-time. Not one of the best, the best. For him to win week in and week out regardless of personnel proves his place in history. My rod extends just thinking about Belichick and Brady's playoff records. All they do is win. It's as simple as that. Pats year round.

Bud Poliquin

5:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

watch yourself boy.. I would give the eagles a little more respect... first off the igles secondary isn't going to let up two 60+ yard passes in the first half, second mcnabb isn't a trigger happy clueless rookie and third off, that secondary of yours is a bit beaten up and mcnabb will pick it apart a little better than rothsberger


5:49 PM  
Blogger Jimmy said...

I have much respect for Donovan McNabb as a fellow SpeechComm alumnus. I used to follow his beat up old pathfinder around campus like it was a fake blonde with a fake tan and love handles signifying a girl who drinks way too much and is subsequently easy to paw.

That being said, even if they have TO, we all witnessed what the supposedly beat up Pats secondary did to Manning and his threesome, which is unquestionably better than Philly's passing attack. I look forward to Asante Samuel leveling Pinkston if he decides he wants to run any routes, as well as Rodney Harrison knocking out the People's champ and taking the belt.

Furthermore, with all due respect to Wilfred Brimley stunt double Andy Reid, I have an straight-up mancrush on Bill Belichick and expect him to fully sterilize McNabb and co.

For those of you who don't know, Bud Poliquin is the finest sportswriter in the nation and regular contributor to Pats Year Round and Retired at 25.

6:01 PM  
Blogger farsename said...

I am with Jimmy on this one... I mean, come on, the Pats have been displaying their dominance for the past 4 years, and they WILL repeat this year, trust me. Besides, any team that came out of the AFC would have been the next super bowl champ. The top 5 AFC teams were better than any team in the NFC. Now this is not to take anything away from the Eagles, I like the Eagles, I love McNabb, and TO is hilarious. However, TO will not be a factor, if he even plays, he has a broken ankle, he means nothing this game. The Pats have driven their stake into the NFL's legacy... they are for real, and they have proven it week in and week out.

6:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is Gross, Eric Gross that is, not like this is sight is disgusting or anything. I just didn't feel like creating an account Anyway just wanted to comment that I like the site counter, shows how much love the site is gettin.

12:01 AM  
Blogger Jimmy said...

Welcome to the site, Gross. The site meter is way hot, I agree. I can track down who comes to the site at what time and how much time they spend. It's like a creepy big brother is watching over.

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can you only stalk me if I create an account? If so, I'm NEVER signing up.
And Jimmy, I'm severely disappointed in your lack of support for my Eagles. McNabb went to 'Cuse for God's sake. And you're not even from New England! (not to mention the Eagles are also the mascot of everyone's other favorite football team ... Boston College.)

9:34 PM  
Blogger Jimmy said...

Not from New England? Do you even know me? From 2-11 I lived in Mass and from 11-18 I lived in Connecticut. I'd say that is New England, no? You're from freakin Delaware!

11:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess I'll just always think of you as an upstate boy!

8:39 PM  

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