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Well, this year’s Super Bowl certainly wasn’t last years, that’s for sure. Obvious statement is obvious. Overall, it was actually a better game that I thought the NFL was capable of, but I guess I should have known better. I mean, the NFL is so disturbingly horrid at everything except for the actual game of football, they’d be hard pressed to provide anything less than a spectacle for what is the biggest sporting event in the United States. Not counting last year’s Super Bowl catastrophe of course, but that’s more Peyton’s fault for actually thinking his January’s have changed. And so we had to witness Tom Brady and Bill Belichick win their fourth Super Bowl trophy, which, by proxy, also means we’ll have to deal with a New England fan base that will no doubt rub our noses in their own pretentious self-flagellation for a good amount of time. So pretty much like any other year… Regardless, the Seahawks almost pulled off their second Super Bowl win in a row, a feat in of itself, and were essentially one yard away from doing it. While that may not seem like a consellation prize, I can say that my Chargers were a few more yards away… and some change. Yeah… change. So here’s to another season gone, we hardly knew ye, yadda-yadda-yadda, Joe Flacco is too elite, etc and Andy Reid just called a timeout. Good times friends, good times indeed…

 

Patriots – 28, Seahawks – 24

Tom Brady – 27/50, 328 YDS, 4 TD, 2 INT and 2 CAR, -3 YDS. “Tom Brady, Ball So Deflated University”. On a separate note, I read all the time that Josh McDaniels is in demand as a head coaching candidate (because it worked out so well the first time), but it’s been conclusively proven that his success is entirely dependent on Tom Brady listening politely and then doing whatever he wants on the field. If McDaniels does get another head coaching gig, I’ll be making fun of that team relentlessly.

LeGarrette Blount – 14 CAR, 40 YDS. LeGarrette Blount had the most wondrous of seasons. Imagine the balls to get yourself cut so you can join a better team and wind up with a Super Bowl ring. It’s like a reverse Horatio Alger story…

Rob Gronkowski – 6 REC, 68 YDS, 1 TD. So many little Gronks are going be running around ASU in about nine months…

Russell Wilson – 12/21, 247 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT and 3 CAR, 39 YDS. Never send Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson to do Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning’s job…

Marshawn Lynch – 24 CAR, 102 YDS, 1 TD. Everyone knows you go Wario. I lost a lot of respect for him when he said Toad.

 

Annnnd, that’s a wrap folks. The Football season is officially over and we can now move on into the dreaded wasteland of the world that is so depressingly referred to as “no football”. I’m not sure what I’ll be doing the next six or so months (I guess I should, since content, bro), but suffice it to say, it’ll involve a lot of reflection, not just upon myself (Hint: I love my reflection), but also that of the entire season and the entire site as a whole. We’ll be going over some our successes, some of our failures, and slowly transition into the 2015 season that’s sure to bring new narratives, stars, busts, and probably a whole bunch of sadness for those in Cleveland…

 

 

  1. Mike says:
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    I believe it is “Ball Not So Hard University”

  2. Scott says:
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    My favorite part of that brawl was all the cameramen rushing to get in a good shot. Hilarious!

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