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Do not ask Bill Belichick about David Tyree

D. Tyreecatch AP

We told you that Bill Belichick was working on his Super Bowl media gameplan. At his press conference Tuesday, he put that plan into practice.

Belichick was asked about David Tyree’s catch in Super Bowl 42 by Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald.

“It was a long time ago. I have a lot of comments on the record after the game and everything else,” Belichick said. “You can go back and look at all the things that happened then or some other year.”

The New England media is pretty well trained in terms of knowing what Belichick considers frivolous and what he’ll actually answer.  If you thought the answer above is funny, we can’t wait to see how Belichick responds to an hour full of similar questions at Media Day.

For the record, we went back to look at what Belichick did say back in 2008 after the Super Bowl. It was sorta sad.

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  1. mjbulls45 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:09 PM

    nothing sad abt him getting revenge and getting 4 rings,

    count ‘em

    4 rings,

    thats more then some franchises will ever have.

    phil jackson of football

  2. fissels says: Jan 24, 2012 4:12 PM

    I’d still be PO’d about that lucky play too

  3. readysethike says: Jan 24, 2012 4:15 PM

    leave it to the media to always bring up old sh!t

  4. tfbuckfutter says: Jan 24, 2012 4:16 PM

    He should have said “I wasn’t aware he’d be suiting up.”

  5. blitz87 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:17 PM

    Do not ask Bill Belichick anything.

  6. rc33 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:19 PM

    I honestly love the disdain Belichick treats the media with. Keep it coming BB; it’s clearly what they deserve.

  7. wakexxl says: Jan 24, 2012 4:23 PM

    Love him or hate him, he is one of the greatest ever. If he wins the next game he may be the greatest ever.
    Dont think luck will play a role in the superbowl. Really think it comes down to Manning vs. Brady

    Go Pats!!

  8. dmc1542 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:27 PM

    Stupid question asked by a stupid reporter.

    Furthermore, while we’re at it, he writes for a stupid newspaper.

  9. kelvinmchale says: Jan 24, 2012 4:32 PM

    Giants O- lineman clearly were holding on the Tyree play and ref didn’t have the “guts” to call it.

  10. rogperu says: Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM

    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl.
    thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.

  11. ampats says: Jan 24, 2012 4:37 PM

    Gotta love BB’s press conferences between his gurgling and standard line “Listen I am only trying to prepare to play New York ( or team that week). He will not answer or speak about anything that does not relate to the team he is preparing to play.

    Tom Curran did a spoof on it on Quick Slants a few weeks ago. He’s always trying to goad BB .

  12. cfmaguire9 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:38 PM

    While Ian Rapoport has some good stories and inside info, he has a bad habit of asking questions we all know Belichick won’t answer–in hopes of appearing like a good “investigatory journalist”

  13. bobhk says: Jan 24, 2012 4:40 PM

    mjbulls45 says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:09 PM
    nothing sad abt him getting revenge and getting 4 rings,

    count ‘em

    4 rings,

    thats more then some franchises will ever have.

    phil jackson of football
    ————–
    He has 4 (or 5) if you count the ones he had as an assistant. Right now he has three as head coach.
    Doubtful he’ll get the fourth.
    Last time he had nightmares about Tyree, this time it will be about Nicks or Cruz.

  14. patsfiend says: Jan 24, 2012 4:43 PM

    @mjbulls45

    He actually has 5 rings… and shooting for his sixth. All the G-Men fans who trash him out of one side of their mouth should thank him out of the other side for that game plan he whipped up against the Bills and those two Giants super bowls.

    Lots of respect between old Bill and the Pats and the Giants, actually. And, for those of you who don’t know anything about New England, it might surprise you to find out that there are a LOT of Giants fans in the region, mostly the old guard… not because of any bandwagon nonsense, but because the Pats (and Jets) just didn’t exist before the 60’s, and the Giants were a great team back then. The Pats are still the upstarts in the region, especially compared to the Sox and B’s.

    It is a minor miracle the Pats are here with a defense this bad. Hopefully they’ll get it together (again) for the big one. Go Pats!

  15. waxedagain says: Jan 24, 2012 4:44 PM

    It wasn’t ‘sorta sad’ at all unless you are a homer.

  16. dmc1542 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:51 PM

    When I read the comments in a Patriots article, you can always tell the haters by the real fans by a simple scroll through……

    The Pats fans spell it, “Belichick”

    The Haters spell it in some form of “belechick”

  17. denverhighrize says: Jan 24, 2012 4:57 PM

    Questions NOT to ask Belichick:

    1) What do you think of Cleveland?

    2) What video camera would he suggest using?

    3) Nature vs Nurture?

    4) The possibility of a Chad 85, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens receiving corp.

    5) Which hoodie does he feel best portrays his personality?

  18. wakexxl says: Jan 24, 2012 5:00 PM

    rogperu says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM
    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl.
    thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.

    ———————————————
    Your absolutely right, winning 3 superbowls and going to 5 superbowls is not special at all.

  19. kshellz11 says: Jan 24, 2012 5:09 PM

    This site is reaching for articles to post..C’MON MAN

  20. slickmarine says: Jan 24, 2012 5:11 PM

    @rogperu says:Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM

    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl. thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.
    ____

    ..and you never did. Never will, either.

  21. dirtdawg55 says: Jan 24, 2012 5:14 PM

    I am never sure if I should hate Belichick or love him. He has that old school, curmudgeonly, crusty, what is up with your stupid arse question kind of vibe about him that makes you either want to hurl your wife’s favorite lamp through the TV or go out and become a Patriot season ticket holder just so you can be closer to the action. And I am a Steeler fan!

    The dude certainly is a guy you have an opinion on and mine is I think he is entertaining, competitive and talented. He has taken more no name teams farther than most guys can take their assorted dream teams (are you listening NY Jets, Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles, etc)

    Tough, tough competitor whose disdain for the media clowns is worth it all by itself.

  22. deepbacksidedig says: Jan 24, 2012 5:28 PM

    patsfiend is right about New England Giant fans.
    They were on CBS every week.
    All local game broadcasts were blocked by the NFL until 1973.

  23. barryblogs says: Jan 24, 2012 5:30 PM

    I’m a Pats fan who met Tyree a couple of years ago at a charity event. Told him that catch broke my heart but congratulated him on the greatest catch in the history of the league. Still have no idea how they pulled that one off. Hoping for a better finish this time around.

  24. jackntorres says: Jan 24, 2012 5:31 PM

    Wow. I’m not a homer and it is sort of sad. Harbaugh should take note of how to act with dignity after a loss, and harbaugh didn’t lose the SB after coming in 18-0. Wow Jim.

    Anyways I still think the hoodie has lost it. Putting Edelman on Boldin is a football felony. Go Eli.

  25. bullcharger says: Jan 24, 2012 5:32 PM

    bobhk says:Jan 24, 2012 4:40 PM

    mjbulls45 says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:09 PM
    nothing sad abt him getting revenge and getting 4 rings,

    count ‘em

    4 rings,

    thats more then some franchises will ever have.

    phil jackson of football
    ————–
    He has 4 (or 5) if you count the ones he had as an assistant. Right now he has three as head coach.
    Doubtful he’ll get the fourth.
    Last time he had nightmares about Tyree, this time it will be about Nicks or Cruz.

    ————————-

    He has 5 rings and likely soon to be 6. The ones as a coordinator count. If the Giants and their fans come in thinking they can’t lose they are morons. Belichick’s gameplans have done nothing but stop good receivers in big games for 11 years. For the Giants to win they have to do exactly what they did in 2007, but Brady knows it’s coming this time.

  26. bullcharger says: Jan 24, 2012 5:35 PM

    @mjbulls45

    He actually has 5 rings… and shooting for his sixth. All the G-Men fans who trash him out of one side of their mouth should thank him out of the other side for that game plan he whipped up against the Bills and those two Giants super bowls.

    Lots of respect between old Bill and the Pats and the Giants, actually. And, for those of you who don’t know anything about New England, it might surprise you to find out that there are a LOT of Giants fans in the region, mostly the old guard… not because of any bandwagon nonsense, but because the Pats (and Jets) just didn’t exist before the 60′s, and the Giants were a great team back then. The Pats are still the upstarts in the region, especially compared to the Sox and B’s.

    It is a minor miracle the Pats are here with a defense this bad. Hopefully they’ll get it together (again) for the big one. Go Pats!

    ————-

    Good point. Belichick is the reason the Giants won in 90 and that game plan is in in the HOF.

  27. sterilizecromartie says: Jan 24, 2012 5:39 PM

    The Boston media is sort of like the Philly media. They let Belichick get away with his “grumble, grumble” answers at the media sessions just like Philly media lets Reid get away with his “speak a lot, but say nothing” answers. I wish the media would stand up and challenge them instead of getting embarrased and sheepish every time a coach gives them an answer that makes them feel stupid. At least that one reporter in San Fran challenged Harbaugh when he didn’t get an answer he liked to that “what did you do last night” question. It was a dumb question he asked, but at least he stood by it.

  28. bozosforall says: Jan 24, 2012 5:41 PM

    mjbulls45 says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:09 PM
    nothing sad abt him getting revenge and getting 4 rings,

    count ‘em

    4 rings,

    thats more then some franchises will ever have.

    phil jackson of football

    __
    The Phil Jackson of football would be one Vince Lombardi…so good that they named the championship trophy after him. By comparison, Belichick is chopped liver.

  29. bullcharger says: Jan 24, 2012 5:42 PM

    rogperu says:Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM

    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl.
    thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.

    ———-

    What do you get out of writing something so stupid. I don’t get it.

  30. bozosforall says: Jan 24, 2012 5:45 PM

    rogperu says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM
    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl.
    thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.

    __
    Truer words were never spoken.

    The “Revenge” angle will never make up for going “Eighteen and D’OH”

    hahaha

  31. bozosforall says: Jan 24, 2012 5:46 PM

    kelvinmchale says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:32 PM
    Giants O- lineman clearly were holding on the Tyree play and ref didn’t have the “guts” to call it.

    __
    Kinda like all the holding that the Pats O-Line did in their three SB wins, eh?

  32. 1historian says: Jan 24, 2012 5:51 PM

    In the last 11 quarters the Pats’ D has allowed 30 points. In the Denver game it would have been a shutout had it not been for the interception in the 1st half and the fumble in the 2nd half – they are coming together at just the right time.

    Give Belichik 2 weeks to prepare a specific defense for a team and ….

    In the last 11 quarters the Pats’ O has put up 117 points.

    Last week Brady, in his own words “sucked”. History shows that when he sucks in game A he plays lights out in game B.

    When the press asks about the revenge motive the Pats will play it close to the vest.

    DON’T BELIEVE A WORD OF IT!!!

    Be afraid, Giants’ fans, be VERY afraid.

  33. Deb says: Jan 24, 2012 5:55 PM

    This guy should give a master class in how to handle reporters. He’s not going to throw tantrums and act like a nut, but he’s not going to spend the next two weeks talking about a four-year-old fluke play, either. I loved the play, but no defense can game-plan for a serendipitous moment like that.

    When I went to journalism school, I missed the class on how to be an annoying pr*ck–which seems to be the objective of most “reporters” at these press conferences. Those kinds of questions aren’t designed to elicit any information relevant to the upcoming game. Their sole purpose is to needle the subject and record the reaction. More power to Belichick for refusing to play.

  34. Mr. Wright 212 says: Jan 24, 2012 5:56 PM

    mjbulls45 says: Jan 24, 2012 4:09 PM

    nothing sad abt him getting revenge and getting 4 rings,

    count ‘em

    4 rings,

    thats more then some franchises will ever have.

    phil jackson of football
    ———

    Yet all we see on here are references to esoteric comments made by “overconfident” GIANTS FANS???

  35. nepatriots128154 says: Jan 24, 2012 5:57 PM

    It was very sad.

  36. kwoodc says: Jan 24, 2012 6:01 PM

    Thumbs Up if you think Eli was “In The Grasp” and should of been down by contact on the Tyree play…

  37. inbbwetrust12 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:05 PM

    What do you want him to say????

    They just had the rug pulled from underneath them.

    He responded as professionally as anyone could. Imagine the disappointment and sick feeling he had.

    It’s a wonder he even made himself available to the media at all.

  38. nesuperfan says: Jan 24, 2012 6:05 PM

    Considering that 2007 SB loss was a lot tougher to take than the 49ers loss on Sunday, Harbaugh should watch that linked video, and see how a real man does not make excuses, and whine about stuff. All he said was it was disappointing, and that the Giants made the plays…no crying like Harbaugh.

  39. Mr. Wright 212 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:06 PM

    readysethike says: Jan 24, 2012 4:15 PM

    leave it to the media to always bring up old sh!t

    ———-

    2001*, 2003* and 2004* are all OLDER but that doesn’t stop you post-2001 Patriot fake fans from bringing them up at every turn, does it?

  40. edrooney says: Jan 24, 2012 6:11 PM

    kelvinmchale says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:32 PM
    Giants O- lineman clearly were holding on the Tyree play and ref didn’t have the “guts” to call it.

    Pats Fan here. . . .the refs let them play. There were other instances in that game where the refs swallowed their whistles for BOTH teams. The refs let them play the game & didn’t let penalties decide the outcome. I hope they do the same a week from Sunday.

  41. Mr. Wright 212 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:13 PM

    And I cram to understand why Giants fans over the age of 30 claim to hate Belichick. I don’t. I hate Brady and the rest of their team and ESPECIALLY their insecure, inferiority complex laden fans who carry over their miserable existence as alleged human beings into their delusional (and FAKE) fandom. There were all of 47 fans of the Patriots before 2001.

  42. edrooney says: Jan 24, 2012 6:18 PM

    rogperu says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM
    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl.
    thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.

    Hmmmm, Pats won 3 Superbowls in 4 years, only one other team has ever done that.

    Brady has been to 5 Superbowls in 10 years of being a starter (excluding ’08 when he got injured about 7-1/2 minutes into the game)

    Belichick has coached the Pats for 12 years, has brought them to 6 AFC title games, 5 Superbowls, and is the only coach in history to win 3 Superbowls in 4 years.

    Look at their win percentage since Brady has been their starter.

    Did they go 19-0? No, but I’ll stack these accomplishments up next to your teams accomplishments, and who’s body of work will look better?

    I think Belichick has done a pretty good job of capitalizing on the last 12 years as one huge chance to be “Truly Special” as you said. And he’s not done yet!

  43. edrooney says: Jan 24, 2012 6:22 PM

    “…next to your team’s accomplishments, and whose body of work will look better?”

    (damn!)

  44. burkem325 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:22 PM

    I’m surprised none of them asked him about his thoughts on the oil pipeline.

  45. judsonjr says: Jan 24, 2012 6:23 PM

    About the last drive he should have just said “It’s not very often that you see three dropped INTs in one drive”.

  46. jakek2 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:44 PM

    Giants’ fan here – I still love Belichick. I also have absolutely nothing against the Pats. They beat the Jets yearly and that makes me happy. Brady seems down to Earth, he’s tough, fiery, don’t talk trash and I’d root for him in any other game just not this one. What BB and TB have done with that team in the last 12 years is remarkable.

    Still, all that is not going to stop me from talking trash these next two weeks b/c as fans, what else do we have? Half of my family is from Mass and they dreaded this matchup. Edelman sounded defeated in his first interview. Eli, the best WR corp in the NFL and the Kraken are coming to cement our own legacy. If one certain dummy wore jeans instead of sweats, dynasty talk would be centering around my team this week, not N.E.!

  47. nygnyy28 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:44 PM

    Pats are even lucky to go to the super bowl 3rd easiest schedule in football and facing Tim tebow and a Baltimore team that knows how to choke on big games the easiest path to the super bowl ever that’s what I call extremely lucky!!!

  48. hawaiifunfnull says: Jan 24, 2012 6:53 PM

    Someone should ask Tyree when all that anarchy he promised is arriving.

  49. bozosforall says: Jan 24, 2012 6:56 PM

    edrooney says:
    Jan 24, 2012 6:18 PM
    rogperu says:
    Jan 24, 2012 4:34 PM
    no matter what, pats wont be 19-0 after this super bowl.
    thats the one belechick, brady, and all the crybaby pats fans wanted!
    LOL!
    you had one chance to be truly special.

    Hmmmm, Pats won 3 Superbowls in 4 years, only one other team has ever done that.

    Brady has been to 5 Superbowls in 10 years of being a starter (excluding ’08 when he got injured about 7-1/2 minutes into the game)

    Belichick has coached the Pats for 12 years, has brought them to 6 AFC title games, 5 Superbowls, and is the only coach in history to win 3 Superbowls in 4 years.

    Look at their win percentage since Brady has been their starter.

    Did they go 19-0? No, but I’ll stack these accomplishments up next to your teams accomplishments, and who’s body of work will look better?

    I think Belichick has done a pretty good job of capitalizing on the last 12 years as one huge chance to be “Truly Special” as you said. And he’s not done yet!

    __
    Other teams’ accomplishments:

    Packers – 13 titles
    Bears – 9 titles
    Giants – 7 titles
    Steelers – 6 titles
    Redskins – 5 titles
    Niners – 5 titles
    Cowboys – 5 titles
    Lions – 4 titles
    Browns – 4 titles
    Colts – 4 titles

    I’ll take any and all of those as being greater than the three Spygate-fueled titles that the Pats won.

    And YES, if you Boston crybabies still claim those 5 ancient WS titles from the early 1900s, then every single one of these listed above count in regards to the NFL as well.

  50. Mr. Wright 212 says: Jan 24, 2012 6:58 PM

    Fans of the Patsies kill me. Coming with the same irrelevant statistics that SF fans used last week. You played one dimensional Denver and the Choke Artists from Charm City who are every bit as one dimensional as Denver and somehow think that applies to being able to stop the best WR

  51. situsavaisprier says: Jan 24, 2012 7:04 PM

    That’s the media for you, they are always after juicy stuff. One thing I really like about Bill Belichick is how he answers questions. You usually aren’t going to get anything that can be re-worded or twisted to turn into a juicy story. I also like how Coughlin answers questions.

    On another note as a Giants Fan I will always be appreciative of what he has done for the Giants. He has a great defensive mind, and IMO does a hell of a job especially with LB’s. Even in New England, it’s amazing for instance when they needed to turn to some WR’s in the secondary or CB’s like Randall Gay and Earthwind Moreland. Love him or hate him, Bill Belichick is Hall Of Fame worthy and one hell of a Coach.

  52. Mr. Wright 212 says: Jan 24, 2012 7:12 PM

    *corps in the NFL and being able to block the best pass rush in the NFL without all the holding they get away with weekly. Jokes. It’s not unfounded that NE can win this game, I am not making a prediction because as a long time REAL Giants fan, I know better than to act like… well… patriots fans do year round. But these delusional ufcks kill me with their (ir)rationale.

  53. gobigblue310 says: Jan 24, 2012 7:23 PM

    I can promise you one thing… Win or lose, Coughlin won’t walk off the field pouting before the final snap.

  54. jeepguy6 says: Jan 24, 2012 8:26 PM

    Nobody seemed to think Belichick was that great of coach before Brady. Remember the Cleveland days? Brady retires and Belichick goes back to obscurity.

  55. sterilizecromartie says: Jan 24, 2012 8:49 PM

    Deb says:Jan 24, 2012 5:55 PM

    When I went to journalism school, I missed the class on how to be an annoying pr*ck–which seems to be the objective of most “reporters” at these press conferences. Those kinds of questions aren’t designed to elicit any information relevant to the upcoming game. Their sole purpose is to needle the subject and record the reaction. More power to Belichick for refusing to play.
    ———
    You couldn’t be more wrong. The purpose of the press conferences is for the coach to use the media as an outlet to talk to the fans. Regardless of how dumb or stupid the coach thinks the question is, he has to remember that he is not giving an answer to that individual reporter. He is giving the answer to the fans and the public.

    This is why Philly fans despise Andy Reid. The reporters try to ask him a specific, detailed question his response is always “Uh, yeah, well we just have to do a better job with that”. It’s enough to drive you up a wall.

  56. patriotinvasion says: Jan 24, 2012 9:01 PM

    @bozosforall I LOVE how you are soooo obsessed with the Patriots and troll every single post involving anything associated with them. It’s absolutely needless to say that Belichick, Brady and the boys have CRUSHED YOUR DREAMS likely on more than one occasion over the past 11 years (you must be a Steelers fan).

    Ha! Keep sitting back and watching us win. Brady and Belichick are first ballot Hall of Famers and there’s NOTHING you can do to change that. And their gorgeous NFL Films highlights in 20 years will feature not one but TWO smack downs IN HEINZ FIELD. PS – Do you have a job or are you just a troll in your Mom’s basement?

  57. buzzbissinger says: Jan 24, 2012 9:43 PM

    I still don’t understand how the Louis Murphy/Calvin Johnson weren’t catches, but this one was.

  58. giablommi says: Jan 24, 2012 10:37 PM

    @ MrWright212

    Keep up the unwarranted attacks on Patriots fans- who have sold out Foxboro every game since 1994, long before ring # 1- we don’t care.

    You also might want to look in the mirror re: your own “fake” fan base who was booing Eli just weeks ago and was calling for Tom Coughlin’s to be fired- again.

    Seems pretty hypocritical to me when you have to go to such great lengths to pat yourself on the back for being a “real” fan. Ad hominem attacks on other fanbases=lame, pointless and revealing your own insecurities.

  59. giablommi says: Jan 24, 2012 10:46 PM

    @ sterilizecromartie

    I’ve heard Andy Reid’s press conferences, and if I were an Eagles fan (and thank god I’m not), I’d be infuriated as well.

    Can’t compare Reid to Belichick though, BB has the credibility (via 3 SB wins) to get away with toying with the media the way he does. He also treats national and local media with the same disdain, whereas Reid’s persona vis a vis national/local media is a stark contrast. Lastly, just about everything BB does on the sideline inspires confidence and trust- I’m still not sure Andy Reid has any clue what he’s doing after 12+ years when I see him on the sidelines.

  60. Deb says: Jan 24, 2012 10:48 PM

    @sterilizecromartie …

    No. Questions about real-world game-planning are for the fans. “So what if Eli runs around like a headless chicken in the backfield, escapes the grasp of multiple defenders, then throws a wild pass that gets stuck to the helmet of a guy who’s no longer in the league?” is not for the fans. Pats fans are the last people on earth who want to hear about David Tyree, and reporters know it. The guy was just trying to needle Belichick for a reaction. I’m not saying every question they ask is bait. But that one was.

  61. Mr. Wright 212 says: Jan 24, 2012 11:57 PM

    giablommi says:
    Jan 24, 2012 10:37 PM
    @ MrWright212

    Keep up the unwarranted attacks on Patriots fans- who have sold out Foxboro every game since 1994, long before ring # 1- we don’t care.

    You also might want to look in the mirror re: your own “fake” fan base who was booing Eli just weeks ago and was calling for Tom Coughlin’s to be fired- again.

    Seems pretty hypocritical to me when you have to go to such great lengths to pat yourself on the back for being a “real” fan. Ad hominem attacks on other fanbases=lame, pointless and revealing your own insecurities.
    ————–

    Dude don’t even try to pull that card. It doesn’t work with me. What I said is true. If it doesn’t apply to you INDIVIDUALLY, then fine. It IS true for the majority.

  62. rc33 says: Jan 25, 2012 10:48 AM

    LMAO at “…don’t even try to pull that card.”
    Uh…..OK.

  63. rc33 says: Jan 25, 2012 10:56 AM

    __
    Other teams’ accomplishments:

    Packers – 13 titles
    Bears – 9 titles
    Giants – 7 titles
    Steelers – 6 titles
    Redskins – 5 titles
    Niners – 5 titles
    Cowboys – 5 titles
    Lions – 4 titles
    Browns – 4 titles
    Colts – 4 titles

    ——————————————–
    Also of note;
    Cro Magnon – 4 titles
    Neanderthal – 7 titles

    Overlooked by the compromised putz that is bozos.

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