Thursday, September 22, 2005

From the Ashes: A Blog is Reborn

You have all waited so long.

And you have been oh so patient.

The time has finally come, my friends.

We are back from the dead, to display
our enmity for that team out east, to
curse the most boring team ever to
play our mighty game.

Yes, the season is on, and another year
of Hating must begin.

But first, a rebirth -- or rather, a
rebranding. We all know the importance
of acronyms
, and this site hasn't had
one worthy of its repute (I Hate The
New England Patriots becomes IHTNEP,
not a pleasant mouthful if there ever
was one).

And so, a subtle rearrangement:
I hate the New England PaTriots,
or rather, in its full-frontal glory, INEPT.

Look it up in the dictionary, dear
Hatriot fan, and you will learn what this
site is really all about.


Blogger Blogger said...

Glory. I love your blog, for I too hate the pats. (i'm a steelers fan)

7:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate your page! IHYP! GO PATRIOTS!!

6:52 PM  
Blogger jenn said...

Steelers suck.. fuck you all! pats are awesome.. you really dont have a life asshole who created this.
Get a job... Pats are the best ever face it faggitt.. and read my toher comments on Tom Brady gets it right.. I bet you'll enjoy...
Patriots are better and you know it..

8:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work. I lived in Boston my whole life and nobody even watched football when the patsies sucked, the games were not even on TV most of the time because they couldn't sell out the stadium. Now everyone is a football fan, its pathetic.

Patsies suck

1:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yea i just wanted to say fuck you first off and u smoke more sausage than oscar meiyer. and secondly 4 out of 5 isnt too bad, is it?

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YAAFN.... That stands for You are a fuck nut!! See, I can do acronyms also!!

You really should find a hobby, you put way to much effort into this page. I got it, you can do a page about assholes like yourself!!

FYI, The Steelers paid the refs off!! I have never seen such shitty calls in my life. If I were a Steelers fan, I would not be proud!!

6:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pats rule, and your just one of the many fans that have been absolutely beaten by the Patriots. You are a fool to believe the Pats are anything to loathe. Jump on the bandwagon buddy, because the Patriots will continue to win. I predict this year will be their best yet, as they win the Super Bowl again. And then. in years to come, once or twice more. Maybe to become the most superbowl winning team of all time. That is what I predict. So deal. Now, and just for the records for the Steelers fans here, the Pats have one the last 3 meetings. And next year they will continue that. Steelers Suck
Rabid Patriots/Cardinals fan.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

he fucker u can go suck a cock because u have no life, pats sucks??? wow because last time i checked they won 3 outta 4 super bowls dipshit thats wiked good, u must be a gay colts or steelers fan that got beat, ur fucking retarted the pats are the kings of the NFL and u kno it, we have the best Qb in the league, we play as a team, dont disrespect the pats u jealous asshole

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

u pretty much suck, get a life dumbass

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


patriots are awsome

you suck, asshole

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice website dickhead
get a fucking life and a new team to make fun of cause as long as we keep winning there isnt much material for you now is there?

9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

personally, i think you should suck a monkeys left nut. the patriots are the single best football team ever created;ever. FGGT.

1:38 PM  
Blogger breatnyS said...

Andrews playing special role

Andrews playing a key role on special teams

Willie Andrews was the first Patriot to pat Ellis Hobbs on the helmet after his electrifying 108-yard kickoff return for a touchdown last Sunday against the Jets, the speedster trailing Hobbs for the last 20 yards as he whizzed his way down the Giants Stadium turf, into and through the end zone

Andrews, who is also lining up deep on kickoffs, had a good perspective on the record-setting return.

“I seen Ellis go over there and get (the ball) and go forward and I’m like, ‘OK, we’re heading out with it,’ ” Andrews said. “I knew with the ball being kicked over that way, the coverage team was going to overcompensate and play over, so I knew that gave us a big advantage. Maybe catch ’em off guard and catch ’em overplaying, thinking he wasn’t going to bring it out. He just got ahead of them and broke a few tackles and went to the house.”

You’d think teams might start kicking away from Hobbs, opening up more return opportunities for Andrews, but the Jets kicked in Hobbs’ direction again after a third-quarter touchdown. Hobbs returned the opening kickoff of last night’s game against the Chargers 20 yards.

“I think coverage teams are just going to be a little more aggressive,” Andrews said. “They’re not going to back off or lay down. Eight, nine yards back, we’ll bring it out.”

Andrews, a seventh-round draft pick in 2006, has carved himself a special-teams niche with the Patriots. He saw action in 15 regular-season games last year, mostly on special-teams coverage units. With 15 special-teams tackles, Andrews tied for the team lead, becoming the first Patriots rookie to lead the team in that category since Tebucky Jones in 1998.

Last year against the Texans, Hobbs followed Andrews’ block on his 93-yard kickoff return for a TD.

Andrews, a 5-foot-10, 190-pound safety, is again playing on kickoff and punt coverage units as well as being back for kickoffs. During the preseason, he had one kick return for 16 yards.

“Whatever I can do to help,” Andrews said. “I’m getting a lot of playing time on special teams and it’s a big phase on this team. It’s 33 percent of the team right there. Big plays on special teams are going to help our offense and our defense.”

Andrews, who clocked a 4.38-second 40 coming out of Baylor, set multiple school records as a return specialist in college. He owns the career mark for kick return yards and punt return yards at Baylor. He became the first player in school history to crack the all-time all-purpose list with fewer than 10 total rushing or receiving yards.

Andrews’ coach at Baylor was Guy Morriss, who played center for the Patriots from 1984-87 and was New England’s offensive line coach from 1988-89.

Andrews said his college experience with returning has helped him with his other special teams duties in the NFL.

“It’s helped me with my vision a lot,” Andrews said, “seeing more blocks, knowing how to get to blocks, how to cut off blocks. Really, it’s just helped me become a better coverage player.”

Andrews’ longest kickoff return at Baylor went for 59 yards.

Andrews was assessed an illegal touching penalty last week against the Jets because, on a Chris Hanson punt, Andrews went out of bounds and was the first person to touch the ball when he came back in.

Andrews has valued the opportunity of playing alongside, and learning from, special teams captain Larry Izzo, a 12-year NFL veteran and three-time Pro Bowl selection.

“What you learn is what special teams can do for you,” Andrews said. “He’s been playing special teams all these years. People in the outside world wouldn’t see this guy being in the Pro Bowl for just special teams, but seeing him it’s clear to me you go out there, you work hard, it all pays off in the end.”

6:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Hatriots defense looks old. Did you see Joseph Addai stutter-step Teddy Brainski?
Tom 'Fraidy doesn't do so well when there is pressure on him. And there are some teams that can get to him, like the mighty Steelers.
The Colts defense looks fast. Wow, they play fast.
The Hatriots have a bad running game. And it's not going to get any better soon.
If Moss gets injured or has an off-game, the Hatriots passing game isn't so great either. Without him, it's just like last year. Come on, high-ankle sprain!

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the Patriots! Why, because they are better than anyone else in the NFL.

They are dominating the teams they play and all we hear is the crybabies screaming 'Don't run up the score".

Baloney, run it up, if you cannot beat the Patriots then perhaps there is something wrong with your defense, offense, coaching or all your players are mediocre.

11:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You stupid ass John Kerry lovin, Robert Kraft but fucking yanks should learn how to spell. Patriots are cheater and cheating will always catch up to you. The NFL should have made them forfeit the game they were caught cheating on. Ne telling how long this has been going on. Probably for all their previous SuperBowl wins. THat is the only way you but fucking yanks can win. KMA here is an acronym for you KISS MY ASS.

6:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, the cheaters finally went down in a ball of flames. Oh how it was great seeing Brady down on the ground during the last drive of the game. The Patriots should have been penalized a lot more than what they were. But on the up side to it all, the last two defeats that the Patriots suffered were at the hands of the Mannings!!!!!!!!!!!

6:47 PM  

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