Sunday, January 21, 2007

Oh. My. God. 38-34!


The Pick That Ended The Game




Anonymous Anonymous said...

The dragon has been slayed....

7:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shut up.

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kickin' Brady's Ass !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

8:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YEAH. WHERE ARE THE PATS FANS NOW?!?!? gonna say they lost because the Pats gave it up/other stupid reason that gives the Colts and King Manning no credit? you got OUTPLAYED. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. WHO THE HELL BLOWS A 21-3 LEAD? The Pats.

8:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've hated the Patriots since 2001, when they shafted my man Bledsoe, and my hatred has only grown with the increasingly evil franchise they have become. This is a good day! Go Colts!

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Sully said...

Great game all around. I was on the edge of my seat the whole game. The Pats blew it in the 2nd half. Can't win 'em all.

If The Colts win XLI, great. Manning deserves it. But as a Pats Fan I say GO BEARS!

9:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're all just jealous because few teams have or will be able to put together a run like the patriots have the past few years. I don't think you would be upset if your team won the "superbore" three times.

I'd like to see how Peyton "I'm trying to be a good teammate, but let's just say we had some protection problems" Manning would do with the receiver corps Brady had this year. Brady's support of his teammates and the team morale got them this far. The fact that the Patriots even got this far is amazing.

I look forward to your jealous comments again next year.

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It truly is a time to rejoice, and the birth of a new Golden Age of the Patriots losing.

Thank you, staff of INEPT, for providing this piece of the web.

To the Pats fan who actually acknowledges that Manning deserves a shot and that the Pats can't win 'em all ---you're all right, cheer for the Bears if you must.

To Mr. Everybody is Jealous of the Pats: its people like you that make me glad I don't live in Boston anymore, and no I'm not jealous of the Pats. If my team stumbled to a couple of titles I wouldn't be swollen with pride like you seem to be.

7:58 AM  
Anonymous JB said...


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8:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really? If you were a football fan and your team won 3 superbowls, each by 3 points, you wouldn't care at all? You would shrug it off and say "eh, they got lucky, I'm not happy". Somehow, I get the feeling that if you were a real fan, you wouldn't care how your team won, just that they won.
Something all these Patriots haters forget is that a win is a win is a win, and it's not random for one team to win 3 superbowls and do so well in such a short time period. The Patriots never dominated you say? I say they have the regular season record for consecutive wins. I guess they managed to stumble to that too. Not the Cowboys, or the Niners, or the Steelers ever managed that. You probably think they were good teams, but the Patriots are not. Is that because you don't know what the definition of winning is? It means scoring more points than the other team. Overall, we have done that better than anyone else for most of this decade.

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tom Brady has no soul. He is a total prick and the Pats have survived on mostly luck for too long now. He scampered off the field without shaking anyone's hand again. Total prick. How proud Pat fans must be. Get used to it. Go Colts.

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was sick to my stomach until the final play was completed; so afraid that refs would not see any number of penalties usually ignored when patriots are on the field. Then I cried when I knew the Colts win was assured. My husband is like, "Whats wrong?" and I said, "I just hate them so much".

Newscasters never talk about how great a winning team has played against the Patriots, only about why the Patriots must have lost the same game.

Patriots talk about not getting respect from anyone?? The media is giving them fucking head 24/7! In print and over the airwaves.

10:57 AM  
Anonymous Josh Howard said...

It is a time to rejoice and count our football blessing, because the unthinkable has happened…Our beloved Hatriots finally tasted and fell victim to their own medicine. I know that it must have been sweet-sweet redemption for Peyton Manning, but it is even sweeter for all of us who have endured the ‘Period of the Patriots’ (R.I.P 1994-2007).

In all honesty, a piece of me died when Logan Mankins recovered that muffed-handoff in the first quarter for a touchdown. Then after Asante Samuel had that pick-six, I lost all hope and almost couldn’t muster the strength to go on. It was as if the football Gods were once again taking a giant poop on the face of all New England adversaries. Then, all at once…it was gone. The mystique seemed to disappear and vanished faster then a cup cake in front of Bob Kraft.

The 38-34 victory didn’t fully set in last night. I woke up this morning praying it wasn’t a dream. The same way I prayed that ‘my new hero’ Marlin Jackson would just “GET DOWN!” after the game clinching interception. Needless to say, thanks to the Colts, I have walked around today with my head held high sporting the biggest grin this side of Indianapolis. I can’t claim to be a Colt fan, but today I consider all of Indy’s players and coaches my brothers from various mothers. To the whole Colt organization and their fans, I say… “Thank you.”

As epic as this victory was, this should in no way stop our hatred towards the Patriots. If anything, this should make the rage grow to new heights. This is just one step on the journey to Patriot demise. It started in Denver last season and continued through Indianapolis yesterday.

In closing, I would like to send special thanks out to Peyton Manning. I hate to get dramatic, but I believe that Manning saved football yesterday. Without his heroic second half, we may have been left to ponder another off season in football hell.

Three Random questions and thoughts:

Is Bill Belichick the biggest jerk ever?? Way to congratulate your opponent Bill. He looked like Carl Lewis hightailing off the field. I thought that the Indy players should have all worn those ridiculous oversized, torn sweatshirts in their press conferences afterward, just to mock that loser.

Is Tom Brady the most average quarterback ever?? After each game, the commentators keep saying how Tom Boy just didn’t have a ‘Brady-type’ performance. Newsflash! These average performances are typical of Brady. He is in the same class as Chad Pennington. Not bad, but certainly not great.

Are the Patriot fans the biggest bunch of babies ever?? Yes! Last season they complained over a first half pass interference call against Samuel in the playoff game against Denver. Now they are talking about how they are devastated because they thought they had this game wrapped up. Pats-Fans- welcome to the real world. Join the rest of the teams in the NFL that are not extremely lucky all of the time and get B.S. treatment from the officials.

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seeing the pats fumble recovery for a TD in the endzone, followed shortly by the pick-six was the equivolent of me having smoked 3 packs of smokes for the past twenty years - it shaved years off my life...

Why would that be? I'm not a big Colts fan, but I recognize that Manning and Dungy are classy individuals who are GOOD for the sport, the same way Belechick, Vrabel, Kraft and all those other cretins who play for NE are shady slimy cretins who are BAAAD for it.

Why say that? Well, I'm not saying they Shats dont have a talented team (A. Samuels immediately comes to mind, it will be great to see Mangini or some other coach take him in free agency), or that they dont plan or work hard. It's more about fairness - and they run of unfair lucky "bounces" and seemingly endless media-loving ranting were wearing mighty thin. Who cared when they beat the jets. But when they beat the Bolts, the way they did....then acted as if all along it was their birth-right to win that game, in such a disgusting show of brazen gaul.... It was just too much. When a humble, restrained and beloved LT finds fault with your classless antics, its saying something.....

Also, did you notice Manning seeking out Belechick after the game? I did. He thrust his hand forward only to have the peultant (and poorly dressed) one basically just walk on by. And where was Brady? What a douche bag. These guys have no class.

So let the healing begin. Occasionally good things do happen to good people, and this gives me hope.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank God. I live up here in Pat country and would not be able to handle another NE superbowl. These whiny f**kin yuppies who never played a down of football suddenly become experts.

1:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel less like a character in a Kafka or Camus novel today.

Thank you Football Gods!

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to the Pats fan who said we were jealous - why would we be jealous??? seriously, I already know I can't win the Super Bowl 3 times (it's basically impossible). what do we have to be jealous of? Maybe we actually want a team OTHER THAN THE PATRIOTS to win. also, King Manning has never called out someone who didn't deserve it.

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was sick after that first cheap, but typical, "Pats style" touchdown. What other team could commit this many turnovers in playoff games and turn it not only into a postitive but points!!

Well the enormous horseshoe finally fell out last night and they and all their fans have finally gotten a taste of what they have dished out for 6 seasons.

And I have two words for the great pretender and hack Bill Belichoke... GROW UP! I mean really, act like a big boy once in awhile.

4:33 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

What a bunch of whining, fucking sissies you Patriots haters are. The Pats sucked in the second half and the Colts were awesome..they deserved to win and they did..they were the better team today and I for one..a loyal Pats fan, hope Peytom Manning leads the Colts to a wim in the super bowl..Manning and Tony Dungy are both CLASS acts...Polian is still a fucking DOUCHE BAG though...Good Luck to the Colts and I am happy for you Colt fans....See ya next season...

4:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a HUGE pats fan and although I cannot be happy that the colts won, and I would much rather have lost to the ravens or another team that I dont hate, I will admit that they got beat and it wasn't their own fault like in last years denver game, They just got out played in the second half. Even though they didnt win it this year they are not going away anytime soon.2 first round picks and were said to have "no talent" in either their recivers or secondary so they can only improve. See ya next year

5:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

u guys are herbs... wouldnt trade this afc champ game for 1 of the superbowls not one,, get a life where your team at

7:46 PM  
Anonymous INEPTee said...

Hey Hater-in-Chief,

I have it on good authority that one of your students admires Tom Brady and thinks he is a "very attractive man". Will you cut off funding?

Time to go stretch my hammy. Go Colts!

8:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Give Tom Brady and Patriots credit for giving the Colts a real game on their home turf. Tom Brady had an MVP type year given his receiving core. BUT...give Peyton Manning more credit for his gutsy effort bringing the team back to win from an 18 point deficit.

I'm real glad the COLTS won for Peyton Manning and Tony Dungy. I
couldn't be happier the Patriots lost. I couldn't deal with two more weeks of Patriots hype here in the Boston area. It's felt more like a small town here...listening to absolutely BIASED home town media coverage and seeing some fans jump on the bandwagon. Now it will be the Red Sox bandwagon. To the fans here in New England I feel your pain...but sorry being from New York and a JETS fan I just couldn't deal with the exclusion and the general hatred of New Yorkers to begin with.

Although I respect what Bob Kraft and Bill Belichick has done with the Patriots...I do not like Bill
personally. He is a cry baby when he doesn't get his way...and oh by the way so is Tom Brady. I don't
like Bill, it's not because of his success but I just don't like him personally.

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Josh Howard said...

Dear Anonymous Jets Fan,

I don’t want this to sound like an attack on you personally, but you clearly are NOT that big of a Jets fan. If so, there is NO way that you could not hate the Patriots with every cell in your body. From the whole Bill Parcells-Bill Belichick fiasco to being AFC East rivals. Why would you respect any part of this poo-hole of a franchise?

Also, your assessment that Tom Brady had a MVP-type season is ludicrous…Do you watch the games?? He wasn’t even his teams’ most valuable player. I have said all along that Brady doesn’t deserve to be mentioned in the top three or four quarterbacks in the league. This season certainly didn’t change my opinion.

One more thing…Why do you feel the New England fans pain? That makes no sense…If they finished 2-14 for the next 20 years; it still wouldn’t make up for the pain that they have caused true Hatriots for the past decade. Long live the New England demise.

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

JUST A LITTLE STINGER FOR ALL YOU HATRIOTS ... looks like the Colts didn't win the game fairly ... guess the Pats aren't so lucky ... or classless. READ THE TRUTH BELOW:


In response to an item in our Conference Championship Ten-Pack
a key pass interference call on Patriots cornerback Ellis Hobbs that
allowed the Colts to complete an 18-point comeback and knot the game at
21, a member of PFT Planet has alerted us to a January 25, 2007 "Q&A"
on in which Vic Ketchman writes that the NFL has acknowledged
that a bad call was made.

Writes Ketchman, in response to a question that chastised him for
suggesting that face-guarding is still forbidden:

"Face-guarding was discontinued several years ago and I completely
missed it. I talked to Dean Blandino in the league office and he
confirmed what you're saying. Blandino, by the way, was in the replay
booth at the Patriots-Colts game. Ellis Hobbs should not have been
flagged for pass-interference. He didn't make contact with the
and in no way did Hobbs impede Reggie Wayne's ability to catch the
Blandino confirmed that the incorrect call was made. It advanced the
ball from the Patriots' 19-yard line to the one-yard line and was the
big play in a touchdown drive that led to a two-point conversion and a
tie game at 21-21.
Referee Bill Carollo made no reference to face-guarding in his
explanation, but CBS analyst Phil Simms did. Apparently, he, too,
doesn't know the rule no longer exists. The next time you hear a TV
analyst say, 'he wasn't playing the ball,' think of the Hobbs play,
turn down the sound."

Make no mistake about it, it was a key call. And, to their credit, we
haven't heard a public peep from the "no class" Pats about the play.

10:03 AM  
Anonymous Josh Howard said...

Dear Mr. Anonymous Truth Teller,

Oh, wise one…You have certainly found a new way to put a positive spin on yet another Patriot loss. Last season it was Asante Samuels’ controversial first half pass interference penalty against Ashley Lelie in a game the Broncos won 27-13. Now it is this. What about next season, when Dan Koppen get called for a questionable holding call in week one that devastates the Patriots moral and subsequently derails their season causing them to finish 3-13. I can hear you now… “If it wasn’t for that terrible holding call against Koppen in week one, we would have won the Super Bowl.”

Also, not to disprove your epic findings, but what you said is not entirely true. Here is the link if anybody is interested in reading a Jacksonville Jaguars columnist take on the Hobbs pass interference penalty in the Colts-Pats (which is of course the first media outlet that we all turn to when we have a question)

Just for the record, nobody from the NFL office has ever said the call was incorrect. Dean Blandino works in the NFL office, but never acknowledged the call was a mistake. He simply said that face guarding is no longer against the rules. If you watch the play over (which I have several times through the beauty of DVR), Hobbs DOES make contact with Wayne’s arm and hand. This is why it was called ‘pass interference’. Not to mention, the officials picked up a key flag late in the first half that involved Hobbs and Wayne. They claimed that it was incidental contact as the two got their feet tangled. However, if you watch the play, there should have been a flag on Hobbs for defensive holding when Wayne broke on his skinny post route; Hobbs grabbed him around his waste to slow him up.

Although you have most of your facts misconstrued- you have one thing right. We haven’t heard a peep from the ‘no class’ Patriots. However, we did see Bill Belichick storm off the field like a two year old after the game ended and we witnessed Tom Brady’s sorrow-filled press conference in which he once again teased us with those beautiful red tear-stained eyes of his.

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To comment #24...I liked the "poo-hole" of a franchise comment, very funny.

Do I really feel the Patriots pain, yes and no. I can remember many times when the Jets in their history have suffered disappointing losses to the point of feeling traumatized as a fan (don't think I've ever gotten over it). However on the other hand I'm basking in joy (and laughing at the media)
over the Patriots loss.

Oh by the way the local media
is still trying to praise and tout their Patriots as the best team "talentwise" with doubts that the
Colts are really better. The "flu bug" is being disguised as a fact and not an excuse for their demise
and that they were "too tired" in the second half.

Boston is similar to any small town where they "hug and kiss" their own
sports teams even when they lose. The media and fans don't do that crap in New York. They want a winner (but too impatiently so).

Who wants to "hug and kiss" their team with feel good nonsense when
they lose? I want to hear the cold hard facts. It's all about ratings
and money and I guess that's what works here.

5:33 PM  
Blogger Stephen said...

The Colts played the better game, I'm a New England man, I love the Sox and the Pats. Nut I'm not going to cry about the loss. The Patriots made a good run at the Super Bowl and that's all I ever ask of them.

9:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never mind the 1958 Championship contest between the Colts and the Giants. I hereby officially declare this to be "The Greatest Game Ever Played." Over and out.

P.S. Great site. Keep up the good work!

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice Choke by the Colts. Now you know how the Bolts feel by your rubbish trash after that game.

10:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



2:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay you all need to stop hating on the Patriots. Just get over it that they are better then your team, Tom Brady and Randy Moss just can't be stoped. Just suck it up and reilze that the Patriots CAN'T BE STOPED!

7:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh God, this game was almost better than the Super Bowl itself!! The Colts looked great against the Bears, and all of Indianapolis was probably thrilled the day after the Super Bowl. But everyone except for Patriots fans was thrilled after this sweet victory. Hopefully the Colts can knock the Patriots out of the Super Bowl this year. They most definitely deserved to beat the Patriots in their game this season, but unfortunately, they didn't. I've got a feeling the Colts aren't going to let the Patriots beat them twice this year, so let's hope the Colts can repeat what happened in the Super Bowl playoffs last year!!!

6:11 PM  
Anonymous ne rocks said...


please, if there was any hope, the patriots would've won the super bowl by now.

Okay look, just because your boyfriend didn't like it up the ass like you wanted it, doesn't mean you have to look on this website to look for another bitch to have your pleasure you wanted for so many years.

If it makes you feel better.....

14-0=undefeated season

8:14 PM  
Anonymous ne rocks said...

you know, it takes alot of guts to be a Hatriot, even if they are going to be the first team undefeated

2:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's hope the Colts win the AFC Championship this year as well...
I was watching the game with a friend; we're both Colts fans. I felt like I was going to throw up when I realized that even though the Colts were ahead, the Patriots still had a chance at winning. My friend got up to get a drink, and I stayed on the couch- I was too nervous to get up, even though I felt like I was going to be sick. Then when Marlin Jackson intercepted, I cried. I knew that the Colts were going to win. So my friend comes running in asking me what's wrong, and I just looked up and screamed, "We're going to the Super Bowl!" We were so happy that the Colts finally won the AFC Championship instead of those Patriots. Hopefully the Colts can do it again this year- even if the Pats are undefeated at the moment. (The loss to the Titans doesn't really matter- it honestly doesn't change that much for the Colts.)

11:21 AM  
Anonymous ne rocks said...

hey, at least you sound like a good colts fan, but sorry.......Patriots are still going to win.

5:17 PM  
Anonymous ne rocks said...

why do i hear no hatred cheer,
lets be happy, for all to hear
but why, why can't be happy?

the patriots are going to win the super bowl this year!!!!

Shame, Shame, Shame......
Don't be sorry or sad
I'm not
But we shall cheer for the others
who can't be successful like our brothers, the patriots.
But thats your life....not mine.....

As for me, I will, and going to be on every hatred site,
because when the patriots win five super bowls, boy oh boy......
The look on packers and colts would be fun to watch

3:30 PM  

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