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Patriots "gutting" reminders of past glory

B. Belichick1.jpgBill Belichick wants the 2010 Patriots to forget about their championship past, and focus on making their own legacy.  With that in mind, he’s scrubbed many reminders to the recent glory days from the walls of Gillette Stadium.

“From what I understand, they’re gutting out the whole place,” Patriots receiver Troy Brown
said to Tom Curran at the Comcast Sportsnet football roundtable. “There’s no pictures
of Troy Brown, there’s no pictures of Tedy Bruschi, no pictures of
Rodney Harrison in the building. It’s all wiped off. It’s [saying], ‘Get
your own identity. Get a name for yourselves and don’t worry about
what Troy Brown did or Rodney Harrison did for this football team.”

Ever the ultimate team-player, Brown said the move didn’t bother him at all.  He understands what Belichick is trying to accomplish.

“That’s gonna be the key to this year is, ‘Can these guys get their
own identity?’ Forget about the past and how successful they were let’s
be successful in our own way,” Brown said.

This is the type of move that new coaches sometimes make, breaking from the past, inspiring hatred among the tradition-loving locals.

It’s a typically counter-intuitive decision from Belichick to essentially try to erase his legacy, as he and Tom Brady try to forget they are made men so they can transform again to hungry underdogs, desperate for a title.

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  1. BluntsWithBradyandBelichek says: Jul 27, 2010 7:01 PM

    Desperate for a title ? I would consider a team like the rams ” desperate ” for a title , not a team like the patriots , He is not trying to erase his legacy moron , mearley trying to turn the page and start a new one with the new players , patriots went from a great team with alot of vets to a much younger team on the rise in a few years . You guys are so desperate with these stories sometimes ha .

  2. prophet of the light says: Jul 27, 2010 7:02 PM

    All of the WRs should have a picture of Troy Brown making an amazing play taped to their bunk so when they wake up and when they go to sleep the last/first thing they see will be him. They should only hope to play at half of what he did.

  3. Omaha Jales says: Jul 27, 2010 7:04 PM

    did they take down all the cameras ?

  4. HarrisonHits says: Jul 27, 2010 7:16 PM

    For god’s sake PFT PLEASE PLEASE stop letting Rosenthal write about the Patriots. He is absolutely clueless about the team and the fan base and only makes your site look bad by letting him blather on about things he has no real knowledge of.

  5. geeeeemen says: Jul 27, 2010 7:18 PM

    Did they take down the picture of Tyree’s catch? What, they never put it up?

  6. sandy70 says: Jul 27, 2010 7:19 PM

    They must think the NCAA will go easier on them if they do this proactively.

  7. nagurski_T_form says: Jul 27, 2010 7:20 PM

    Not Bruschi!
    Say it aint so….
    Right now I wish I could post an image of Bruschi here.

  8. GRpatriot says: Jul 27, 2010 7:21 PM

    If they get to feeling nostalgic, the Hall is right accross the street. Plenty of Championship bling in there.
    BB is a genious! These guys do need to make their bones, so to speak! Too much of that entitlement nonsense last couple of years.
    No surprise really, he did the same thing to the malcontents in the locker room…

  9. Vernon Howell says: Jul 27, 2010 7:23 PM

    The Pats will not make the playoffs this year. They are done Bellicheat has finally killed this once proud franchise.

  10. Mr. Lagoo says: Jul 27, 2010 7:26 PM

    They can do whatever they want to do, but if they aren’t cheating then they can’t win it all. Sorry, face the facts Patriot fans…you’ll never be considered a dynasty like the Steelers, 49ers, or Cowboys…you’re damaged goods – like Brady’s knee.

  11. Zinn says: Jul 27, 2010 7:27 PM

    Being a Jets fans its hard to say nice things abotu Belicheck but he is a great coach and I love almost everything he does. It is a darn shame that Parcells and Tannenbaum bankrupt the Jets making Belicheck to refuse to become Jets coach in 2001. He could be scrubbing our walls now of our greatness. But then again being an avid Jet fan for 40+ years the last decade was our best decade we have had in our history with 5 playoff appearances 2 divisional title losses and a AFC championship loss. But one has to wonder what would have happened if Belicheck had stayed put.

  12. Buck Stallion says: Jul 27, 2010 7:27 PM

    This makes perfect sense. “OK Tom, we know you’re a good athlete, but you haven’t really done anything for us, so we’re not going to pay you much.

  13. dolphan1958 says: Jul 27, 2010 7:28 PM

    PATSIES!!!
    signed….a dolphan

  14. Sock_Puppet says: Jul 27, 2010 7:31 PM

    Wonder if they took down the photo of Harrison lamely trying to tug on Tyree’s arm as he pins the ball to his helmet? Did they take down their 18-1 banner?
    Go Giants!

  15. DualLeads says: Jul 27, 2010 7:33 PM

    I’m getting concerned – there hasn’t been anything on Pete Carroll in like 4 whole days…..
    Getting concerned…….

  16. jibfest says: Jul 27, 2010 7:39 PM

    BluntsWithBradyandBelichek, you could have picked a better team than one who got lombardi’s back in the late 90’s. How about my Eagles, textbook definition of “starving”.
    On a side note, the eagles are celebrating 50 years since they won the championship, before it was the Superbowl. Lame.

  17. ampats says: Jul 27, 2010 7:50 PM

    Its really no big deal.
    The Newark Jets did the same thing except the only problem being the abestos issue from the 1960’s when the Jets last relevent team played in New York.
    Another decade of dominance to come!

  18. PFTiswhatitis says: Jul 27, 2010 7:51 PM

    For the record, real Pats fans will LOVE this move by BB.

  19. TheWizard says: Jul 27, 2010 7:51 PM

    you’ll never be considered a dynasty like the Steelers, 49ers, or Cowboys.
    You’re right, albeit more like a broken clock.
    The Pats did it in the era of free agency, which makes their dynasty more impressive than the others.

  20. Deb says: Jul 27, 2010 7:52 PM

    No fan of the Pats, but “desperate” is a stretch. That’s a word for teams who haven’t seen playoffs in years. The Pats won their division in 09, went 11-5 in 08, and took the AFC Championship in 07.
    In the old days, dynastic teams like Packers and Steelers remained intact until once-great players were hobbling w/walkers. In a free-agent world, units are together only a short time; teams don’t retain older players for sentiment. The squad that won 3 SBs in 4 is gone. This team has a different mindset and work ethic. Belichick must play the hand he’s got. Making this adjustments isn’t desperation; it’s tactical.

  21. Occam says: Jul 27, 2010 7:55 PM

    “Right now I wish I could post an image of Bruschi here.”
    Teddy Bruschi looks like a neo-nazi.

  22. Unbreakable02215 says: Jul 27, 2010 7:55 PM

    I love it.

  23. Matt Walsh says: Jul 27, 2010 7:57 PM

    Did they take my picture down?
    Is Ernie Adams still hiding in the basement devising new ways to cheat the NFL?

  24. padre29 says: Jul 27, 2010 7:58 PM

    The current Pastriot team reminds me of Chuck Noll’s Steelers teams circa 1982..the thrill is gone, the names remain.
    Belichek cannot draft worth a darn, since Dimitroff left they have had bleak draft classes to say the least.
    Brandon Spikes in rd 2? Really?

  25. Spiny Norman says: Jul 27, 2010 8:06 PM

    BluntsWithBradyandBelichek, you do realize that you misspelled Belichick, right?

  26. dreamer says: Jul 27, 2010 8:07 PM

    I hear they’re putting up quite a few extra large pics of Drew Bledsoe.

  27. BluntsWithBradyandBelichek says: Jul 27, 2010 8:08 PM

    alright jib , your right , i feel ya , eagles have put some great squads together , but couldn’t get it done in the big game , there time will come , its a shame it didn’t with mcnabb . Patriots fan or not , which i am , but respect all other franchises and am not one to degrade other teams , but some of the stretches you make rosenthal really do just make you look plane stupid . The beat writer for the gators makes more sense then you in an article . Take personal opinion out of the equation and write about something that makes sense . Any team with tom brady , peyton , bress , rivers at the helm are far from desperate . Look at the clubs that can’t even find a consistent QB . Cough cough browns .

  28. harloeisdead says: Jul 27, 2010 8:10 PM

    Does this mean the Patriots are moving to LA?

  29. Spiny Norman says: Jul 27, 2010 8:10 PM

    This is a very smart move. It sends the message, loud and clear, to the new guys, and even to the old guys: Those days are over. Time for you mugs to put your stamp on the NFL. Want to see what champions look like? Go over to the Pats Hall next door. Wipe your feet on the way in.

  30. Bona Fide says: Jul 27, 2010 8:16 PM

    Complacence is a silent killer. Good on BB for finally addressing the real issue – now all he needs to do is start grooming his young guys the right way. Get back to the basics that won them 3 championships this decade.
    1. Stout defense. Make the defense a focal point again, and increase accountability there.
    2. Running game. For all of Brady’s late-game heroics, there was always Corey Dillon and before him, Antowain Smith.
    3. Team-first. Remember when the Patriots, instead of being announced individually, came out of the tunnel as one unit? Put an end to the diva stuff and drill it into everyone’s head that no one is above the team.

  31. BP says: Jul 27, 2010 8:16 PM

    Good plan. The Dynasty is old news. Time to move on.
    And it’s true…. BB drafts like shit. But maybe the last two years will be good. We should know this season.

  32. cbatchel says: Jul 27, 2010 8:22 PM

    What??? No pictures of the ass stomping they took first round of the playoffs in their own house lastyear at the hand of the Ravens (33-14) .
    Should be a big picture of Ray Rice, he ran all over that crappy ass Pats D.

  33. Belichick for President says: Jul 27, 2010 8:22 PM

    Put up pics of Hugh Millen and Scott Zolak. If that’s not motivation, nothing is!

  34. jcjets says: Jul 27, 2010 8:23 PM

    Mangini tried to do something similar in Cleveland, And he got slaughtered..and it hasn’t worked out so well! But then again it is the Browns and Mangini.

  35. DeathByPurple says: Jul 27, 2010 8:29 PM

    The Patriots are toast.
    I wish nothing but failure for the least loyal cheats clogging the airtime of my favorite sport. The Patriots are a close second to the Cowboys as the most over-hyped teams in the league.
    They both will miss the playoffs.

  36. cleanface says: Jul 27, 2010 8:30 PM

    They’ve been replaced with pictures of housewives Belichick has taken down.

  37. BluntsWithBradyandBelichek says: Jul 27, 2010 8:31 PM

    alright jib , your right , i feel ya , eagles have put some great squads together , but couldn’t get it done in the big game , there time will come , its a shame it didn’t with mcnabb . Patriots fan or not , which i am , but respect all other franchises and am not one to degrade other teams , but some of the stretches you make rosenthal really do just make you look plane stupid . The beat writer for the gators makes more sense then you in an article . Take personal opinion out of the equation and write about something that makes sense . Any team with tom brady , peyton , bress , rivers at the helm are far from desperate . Look at the clubs that can’t even find a consistent QB . Cough cough browns .

  38. 420fan says: Jul 27, 2010 8:42 PM

    bet they still have pics of Matt Walsh….

  39. XLI says: Jul 27, 2010 8:53 PM

    They even removed Rodney Harrison’s secret HGH Stash he kept hidden in his old locker.

  40. Unbreakable02215 says: Jul 27, 2010 8:56 PM

    Yup. Then the Colts took em out.

  41. LostSok says: Jul 27, 2010 9:02 PM

    Regardless of whether their cheating did or did not give them enough edge to win their championships, the simple FACT that they WERE caught cheating will always taint the Patriots “dynasty.” They will never be considered on the same level as the Steelers, Cowboys, Niners or even early-70’s Dolphins. Those teams had a level of integrity that Belicheat simply cannot rival. No one has a nickname like CheaterNoll or Shulacheat from that. That says it all. They are as tainted as Barry Bond or Roger Clemens.

  42. football genius says: Jul 27, 2010 9:04 PM

    everyone knows the Ravens killed them last year; and it will be years before they recover, if ever. Now if they only had video feed…

  43. iusedtobeteddybayer says: Jul 27, 2010 9:05 PM

    HarrisonHits says: July 27, 2010 7:16 PM
    For god’s sake PFT PLEASE PLEASE stop letting Rosenthal write about the Patriots. He is absolutely clueless about the team and the fan base and only makes your site look bad by letting him blather on about things he has no real knowledge of.

    And what, you do? You’re the one who knows what’s going on in Patroitsville. Why? Because you listen to WCHOWD sportstalk? Seriously. Maybe the dumbest post ever. What a douchebag!
    Typical Chowd.

  44. JimmySmith says: Jul 27, 2010 9:05 PM

    Like the 19-0 tee shirts, they want to remove all traces of the tainted championships.
    I will believe it when I see it, a Patriots Superbowl win without the aid of a video camera. They had one shot since Spygate and we all know how that turned out.

  45. TheSleepness says: Jul 27, 2010 9:06 PM

    @
    Zinn
    you’re a jet fan really? Might wanna get your facts straight..tannabaum became HM in 2006, I believe Terry Bradway became GM in 2001, so you’re a few years off when you throw around blame for tannabaum (you should work for PFT). Also, Belichick left the Jets after the 1999 season so it would have been for the 2000 season.

  46. dhawaldk says: Jul 27, 2010 9:08 PM

    Did they take down the picture of the Tuck Rule game? Or a picture of Mo Lewis nailing Bledsoe going out of bounds?!

  47. 8man says: Jul 27, 2010 9:12 PM

    Vernon Howell says:
    July 27, 2010 7:23 PM
    The Pats will not make the playoffs this year. They are done Bellicheat has finally killed this once proud franchise.
    ——————————————-
    You mean the franchise he helped put on the map and turn into an entertainment juggernaut?
    Sounds like even BB isn’t impressed with his 3 Super Bowl wins. I love it!

  48. JoeSixPack says: Jul 27, 2010 9:24 PM

    People think this bunch of no-name Patriots players don’t stand a chance….
    That’s what everyone thought in 2001 too

  49. King Kreg says: Jul 27, 2010 9:28 PM

    Magoo you are such a clown… they can’t win without cheating? Let’s not forget the fact that they went on a rampage and went undefeated in spite of the spygate scene…
    Also let’s not forget that it’s really not cheating and it’s something that every team does in one way or another. Should the Patriots care about what morons like you say or should they care about what all the coaches said about it when well over half who were interviewed seemed indifferent about it because they knew they did the same thing one way or another.
    Pats will go down as a great dynasty and until Brady leaves don’t count them out fool.

  50. PirateFreedom says: Jul 27, 2010 9:35 PM

    M
    What??? No pictures of the ass stomping they took first round of the playoffs in their own house lastyear at the hand of the Ravens (33-14) .
    Should be a big picture of Ray Rice, he ran all over that crappy ass Pats D.
    as a pats fan i , and i suspect belichick, agree with your picture choice

  51. GBfanForever says: Jul 27, 2010 9:37 PM

    Will they take down their spy pictures and footage they used to gain unfair advantage to win those championships with?

  52. Zinn says: Jul 27, 2010 9:49 PM

    # TheSleepness says: July 27, 2010 9:06 PM
    @
    Zinn
    you’re a jet fan really? Might wanna get your facts straight..tannabaum became HM in 2006, I believe Terry Bradway became GM in 2001, so you’re a few years off when you throw around blame for tannabaum (you should work for PFT). Also, Belichick left the Jets after the 1999 season so it would have been for the 2000 season.
    Tannenbaum was the jets capologist while Parcells was the GM/Coach. Bradway did not become GM until 2001 and it was through his efforts that the franchise was able to remain solvent until the next CBA. The combined efforts of Parcells/Tannenbuam led the Jets into cap hell. $28 million over the cap in 2002 causing the team to have jettison 6 starters that league and push their debt out 1 year at a time until the new cba in 2006. Not only did their actiosn costs the Jets Belicheck as HC but the jets were unable to resign many of their own players because Parcell had taken all the money. Including Thomas, McKenzie, Jordan, Coles, Morton and many others.

  53. dextermorgan says: Jul 27, 2010 9:51 PM

    To all the Pats haters……..
    Thank you for taking the time to pay attention to whats going on here. Apparently you can keep telling yourself the Patriots are not a threat to your team. Keep on thinking that. Thanks for your time and energy.
    Go Pats!!!!

  54. buddha says: Jul 27, 2010 10:07 PM

    Eagles signed FS Nate Allen!! Now get into camp and earn that starting position!

  55. BCGreg says: Jul 27, 2010 10:12 PM

    @ cbatchel
    Not to take away from Rice’s beautful 83 yard TD, but in his other 21 caries on that day, he averaged 3.6 per carry. Not exactly “[running] all over” the Pats.

  56. yahdoood says: Jul 27, 2010 10:17 PM

    Hey Pats haters and spygaters, there’s no way to cheat in football unless you have the other team’s playbook.
    Every team copies or writes down or films defensive signals. The Pats just got caught. Every team studies the other team’s tendencies on film anyway.
    Even if you know what the defense is going to do and frankly you can see every QB in the league pointing out the other team’s D and changing plays on the line – you still have to execute.
    The teams the Pats beat got beat because the Patriots outplayed them and made more great plays on both sides of the ball than the other teams did.
    They lost the Superbowl to the Giants because the Giants made more plays on both sides of the ball.
    3 Superbowl wins, 4 appearances – Team of the Decade.
    Amen. End of discussion.

  57. Belichick for President says: Jul 27, 2010 10:32 PM

    Oh boy, the same 10 people on the PFT message boards are crowing on about Spygate again. Jesus, don’t you guys ever move on to something else to get on your soapbox and preach about.
    No one cares besides you freaks…even ESPN has let it go.

  58. sabotslugs43 says: Jul 27, 2010 10:32 PM

    Referring to the picture in this posting…”Said the boy in the red poof- ball hat”-Southpark
    I love this move. So much in fact that my chub has hardened into a boner.

  59. GBfanForever says: Jul 27, 2010 10:52 PM

    sorry fellas if you’re tired of people reminding you of your teams tainted success.

  60. scooter7 says: Jul 27, 2010 10:54 PM

    AFC East (2000-2009)
    Super Bowl appearances by team:
    Patriots: 4 (3 wins)
    Jets: 0
    Dolphins: 0
    Bills: 0.
    Do I really need to get into more detail?
    Nope.

  61. billsfan1 says: Jul 27, 2010 11:59 PM

    as a life long bills fan, i can say i was a little shocked by this but completely understand. the Pats have been kinda stagnant the past 2 years and were also prior to the super bowl loss as well for a few years… they had rested on their past achievements in many ways, and its time for their guys to make a name for themselves…
    that being said they have had a hell of a run and the greater majority of those guys are gone…..
    that also being said… top 3 qb, top 2 coach HOF wr and another pro bowl wr? hmmmm, id sure as hell take that on my team any day of the week.
    hate to admit it but come to admire the consistency of what they have done the past ten years…….
    i wont root for them but i am a SOX fan… which is funny cause here in buffalo, you are either a yanks or sox fan…

  62. ThePragmatist says: Jul 28, 2010 12:14 AM

    Did Belichick also dribble strawberry juice all over one of Bruschi’s old jerseys? I hear that works wonders.

  63. Iron Wolf says: Jul 28, 2010 12:25 AM

    I think the Pats are in a rebuilding mode and this year will not be a championship year. However, they are laying the foundation for moving forward and it’s a good message from Belichick to say “That’s in the past. Time to start a new era.” Makes sense to me, even he knows the dynasty is in the rear view mirror.
    Pats in 2011!

  64. stanjam says: Jul 28, 2010 12:41 AM

    BB is a very good motivator. One of the things he does really well is identify problems and comes up with great ways to fix them. He sees a team that really isn’t the dynasty team that won 3 out of 4 superbowls, but that is relying on that reputation. The solution? Get rid of the reminders that allow them to feel they are great based on what the team USED to be. Make them get their own identity, and be great because of who THEY are. Make the team sink or swim on its own.
    Everyone from Brady on down needs to realize that the team is different, with different strengths and weaknesses. You can not play based on the strengths of the old team. Instead you need to play on your own. Tough for the newer guys and recent acquisitions, who only know the team based on that reputation, but even harder for the veterans who were there like Brady, who must get used to the feel of this newer team.
    I think this team could be every bit as good as the old dynasty team. From what I have seen of the guys who are there there is a heck of a lot of talent. The questions are “Can the team gel into a unit greater than its parts,” and “Who is going to step up and lead this team?” Part of the great success the Patriots had came from team leaders and motivators like Harrison, Bruschi, and Brown. Harrison kept everyone feeling like they were the underdog, and that no one respected them, which made them fight harder. Bruschi was the consummate professional. He knew everyone’s job, and taught players how to trust that everyone else was doing theirs. Without that trust players try to do too much. Just do your job. Brown was the guy who led by example. He did whatever was needed by the team, and did it all to a very high level. Receiver, return man, cornerback. Whatever you needed, he did, and did it well. Who will step into those shoes and keep this team motivated to play, even when they are behind in the 4th quarter?

  65. Steeler79 says: Jul 28, 2010 3:55 AM

    The Patriots have indeed started a new chapter. This team isn’t anywhere near as good as the dynasty team.
    They say all great NFL coaches have a shelf life of about a decade. I think Bellichick and the Patriot’s run is up.
    I will find it interesting to see if Patriots fans go away after the team has some down years. They were ready to move about ten years ago. Hopefully this recent dynasty run has made a real fan base in Boston

  66. HappyBunny says: Jul 28, 2010 7:34 AM

    Did he take down the pictures of his firstborn, when he had his second kid?

  67. The Real Shuxion says: Jul 28, 2010 7:53 AM

    # GBfanForever says: July 27, 2010 10:52 PM
    sorry fellas if you’re tired of people reminding you of your teams tainted success.
    —————————————————–
    If you really think those SB’s weren’t legit then the only thing tainted is the water you and your retarded kids are drinking.
    Enjoy your 1 super bowl in 40 years.

  68. Bullet six says: Jul 28, 2010 8:25 AM

    They took down all the pictures and added more spy cams. They can’t win if they don’t cheat!

  69. umrguy42 says: Jul 28, 2010 8:57 AM

    Yeah, new coaches can make this move… Coach Spags (hey, I can’t remember how to properly spell “Spagnuola”(?)) did this in Rams park last year, and we all know how well THAT worked for the Rams. This year, in contrast, he’s ADDED new banners reflecting past glories to the practice facility, so, you figure out if it’ll work or not…

  70. Batman says: Jul 28, 2010 9:02 AM

    I love it. Keep it coming Patriot haters. All you have is “cheats”. You either dont realize all teams do that, or, its simply all you have. The Patriots dominated the league for years. Now they have come down a notch. Meaning..they are not as much beeter than the rest as noirmal. they may not even be the best team now. I dont believe they are. But you know what? They are a top 5 team in the NFL. And to people who hate them..that somehow equates to “They suck” I dont get it…then again..I am not a fan of the Jets. THAT must suck

  71. Brady-mancrush says: Jul 28, 2010 9:07 AM

    @Occam & dreamer………LOL
    @deathbypurple…….. its one thing to post something intellegent and its another thing to say..”both NE and Dallas miss the playoffs”
    you sir are should be working at espn
    And worst of all…
    @Bullet six you posted the same remark over at the “Welker PUP”post….c’mon man, be original!

  72. CKL says: Jul 28, 2010 9:34 AM

    # GBfanForever says: July 27, 2010 10:52 PM
    sorry fellas if you’re tired of people reminding you of your teams tainted success.
    _____________________________
    Most of us Pats fans at this point look at you “OMGZ!111! SYPGATE CHEATERZ AZTERIZKS LOL!!1111!” people the same way we look at the drunk uncle at the family reunion. Annoying? Sure, sometimes. But ultimately unimportant, meaningless and temporary.
    @ Zinn…I will be the first to admit that successful franchises have to have good ownership or at least ownership that knows how to hire the right guys and leave them the eff alone. For this reason I am not sure that BB would have been as successful in NY. I think that one of his big reservations with the Jets was not only that BP was still involved with the team but also the unknown of Woody J as an owner vs. his mutual respect with Kraft that developed when BB was in NE with BP.
    I like this move a lot, and NO I don’t think BB is right all the time either. I think his dad Steve said it best when asked if BB was a genius. GENIUSES ARE NOT WALKING THE SIDELINES OF FOOTBALL FIELDS. Boy I miss old Steve B. He was a salty old bastard…but funny.

  73. Rick says: Jul 28, 2010 9:55 AM

    How did they cheat? They videotaped what sixty thousand people were able to see.

  74. overkil2 says: Jul 28, 2010 10:23 AM

    Do you think all those intsances of trading down in the draft are coming back to bite his ass?

  75. 4rings+2*!=sixburgh says: Jul 28, 2010 11:26 AM

    Belichick for President says:
    July 27, 2010 10:32 PM
    No one cares besides you freaks…even ESPN has let it go.
    —————–
    Wow, really? ESPN, the biggest bunch of Pats homers and rich sissy journalists from MA has ‘let it go’?! Imagine that!
    Batman says:
    July 28, 2010 9:02 AM
    I love it. Keep it coming Patriot haters. All you have is “cheats”. You either dont realize all teams do that, or, its simply all you have. The Patriots dominated the league for years.
    ——————–
    But yet, all you have is: “Everyone does it. Regardless of any facts, we are above blame”. Also, you admit to cheating above. Still, you are probably the smartest person in the region. Well done.

  76. funi says: Jul 28, 2010 1:16 PM

    Pats have not a Super Bowl since 05, the Steelers have won 2 in since o6! They are has beens! They will be like the 91 Pats shortly, 2 wins and no fans!

  77. footballnut says: Jul 28, 2010 2:05 PM

    To the Raven’s fan smartass comment about Ray Rice…it’s actually a very likely that BB will post pics like that…
    He loves to embarras and humble these guys, but it’s time for the newbies to make their own legacy.
    And one thing I can’t stand is that damn 16-0 banner in Gillette, that’s just as sad as the Colts’ AFC Championship participant banner.
    Take it down Kraft!

  78. Mr. Lagoo says: Jul 28, 2010 7:29 PM

    Ok, besides the fact that you have to cheat to win, your defense sucks. They are old and untalented. The offense is getting too predictable…you have to be able to run in this league. Moss is a shell of himself and is quickly becoming a cancer. Wes Welker will never be the same. Belicheat thinks he can just have Brady go from the shotgun on every play, or that they can try for it on 4 and 2 at their own 29 late, with the lead, in the 4th Qtr. They will compete for a wild card birth…but that’s their ceiling this year. Sorry all you fags from Boston, now go eat some crumpets and queer off.

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