Congratulations Philadelphia Eagles

We’d like to thank both the Eagles and the New England Patriots for one of the most entertaining Super Bowls in history. It was a shame someone had to lose but this NFL Championship was probably long overdue for the City of Brotherly Love. Now what do we do for the next six months until football starts up again?

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Superbowl set

Congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots on making to Superbowl LII in Minneapolis. For everything about the game you can go here. Good luck to both teams and let’s hope for a close and exciting game!

Congratulations, Superbowl LI Champs, Patriots

In arguably the greatest game in Superbowl history, the New England Patriots staked their claim to being the greatest team in NFL history with their epic fourth quarter comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons in Superbowl 51. Hat’s off to the entire Patriots organization and condolences to Falcons fans who must wait until next year, but who hopefully see a bright future with a great, young team.

Superbowl matchups set

It will be the New England Patriots for a record ninth time against the Atlanta Falcons who have never won the big game. Based on the results from the Conference Championship games this could be a great one! Who are you rooting for?

On cheating

We don’t know if the New England Patriots deflated balls in Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts. We have yet to read or hear what advantage would be gained by doing so either. This is not about any specific incident in any particular sport. But here’s what we are tired of: We’re tired of players who are proven cheaters or scoundrels being wholeheartedly welcomed by adoring fans just because of their ability to hit a baseball, catch a football, or dunk a basketball. We’re tired of the culture that encourages fans to forgive and forget sins committed by individuals wearing their favorite jerseys when little or no real regret or repair has been offered by the offender. This article by John Berman is about one team. But if more fans from all sports felt this way and followed-through, maybe fewer of our heroes would end up disappointing us.