Sunday, February 04, 2007

Superbowl Recap: A Rival is Born

Miami (INEPT) - It is official. We have checked with league officials. We have confirmed it with fans, coaches, and players. Today, dear Reader, we have received what we have longed for. Today, dear Reader, a true rival to the Hatriots was born.


A Rival is Born

What more is there to say?

Oh yes, one more thing: the Hatriots did not win the Superbowl. Repeat: the Hatriots did not win the Superbowl! Why do I enjoy saying: the Hatriots did not win the Superbowl. We can't get enough, it's true.

Coming soon: the Belichoke controversy.

p.s. the Hatriots did not win the Superbowl!

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank goodness! It's a miracle that they didn't go to the Super Bowl! I am so happy!

5:59 PM  
Anonymous Josh Howard said...

Hey fellow Hatriots!

Just wanted to check in and see how everyone is feeling. I am still beaming from the epic AFC Championship and look forward to intensifying the hate during the 2007 season. Despite New England getting eliminated from playoff contention the past two seasons, I now want to take the hatred to the next level and see this franchise continue to spiral into a football abyss of suckism.

As Patriot loathers, we do have a few items to discuss this off season. Including, but not limed too, the potential free agent losses in New England. The biggie being Asante Samuel, who is due for a huge pay day and we all know that Mr. Cheap (Bob Kraft) is tighter then a virgin on prom night . The Pats could slap the Franchise Tag on him, but would have to pay him over seven million dollars in ’07. However, I believe the biggest loss for the Pats would be Troy Brown, who once again is an unrestricted free agent. I know there are reports that he is considering retirement, but if he decides to come back for another season, somebody needs to lure him away from New England. I don’t care who- as long as he doesn’t end up back on the Patriots roster. Why don’t division rivals like Miami, Buffalo and New York smarten up and nab him. Not only would you be obtaining a savvy veteran, but you would also be preventing the Pats from paying the league minimum for a player that makes huge plays on Offense, Defense and Special Teams. To me, it is a no-brainer.

Here are a few articles that I came across that are hilarious.

http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2007/02/10/johnson_backs_off_belichick/

This first article is a follow up on the whole Ted Johnson-Bill Belichick fiasco. It doesn’t surprise me that Belichick would do something so horrific because it is just another event in a long line of Bill having no respect for other humans. However, the funniest part of the article is the last paragraph when is talks about how Tom Brady didn’t watch the Super Bowl. What a freakin’ baby! So much for him pulling for his ‘self proclaimed friend’ Peyton Manning to win a Super Bowl. He must have been lying to Dan Marino on the NFL Today.

http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2007/01/26/hard_hitting_encouragement/

This article is classic…Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. Rodney Harrison calling somebody a dirty player is the equivalent to Charles Manson calling somebody a sick and perverted old man. What’s next? Is Terrell Owens going to call one of his teammates a ‘cancer in the locker room’? How ludicrous!

12:08 PM  
Blogger Hater in Chief said...

Dear Josh,

Your hatred is strong. While we have been basking in the post-superbowl bliss of another year of non-Hatriot victory, you have been steady in your work, keeping the hatred alive. It is clear that you are ready to become what so many others can only dream of: a member of the INEPT Staff. Please consider this an invitation.

- The INEPT Staff

5:12 AM  
Anonymous Ne rocks said...

Dear INEPT staff,

Its not easy to be a hatriot. Because they are winning the whole super bowl right in front of you.

Pretty tough isn't it


18-0

Always an honor to be a patriots fan.



1-25-08

6:48 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

NE rocks, sweetie, if you're reading this... what do you have to say about it being an honor now?? It's an honor to be a Pats hater. It's an honor to see Eli make Tommy look like a frightened little girl on the field (save for that touchdown he threw to that asshole Randy Moss, which had even me scared, when I somehow knew the Giants would win all along). I'm a Colts fan, but I was happy beyond words when the Giants won. Winning the whole Super Bowl? Try choking on an undefeated season in the game where it mattered most. Don't talk about how awesome your team is till the season's over, dumb ass. I'm not going around boasting about how the Colts are the best team in the NFL when they didn't win the Super Bowl. But during the 2006-07 season, of course I would have said they were. They won the Super Bowl. Your Pats didn't. To be honest, I don't know who the best team is in the NFL, but I have to say the Giants. If they had been as confident for the entire season as they were during the playoffs, they could've been 19-0, which is something your Patriots didn't get. Hahahah, 19-OH NO!!! I love saying that. Hell, the Colts could've been 19-0 too if they hadn't had so many injuries. I'm not saying they couldn't have worked around them; they could have. Peyton had everything he needed to beat the Chargers- and the Pats, too, for that matter. But he didn't. It was disappointing, but almost worth it all to see the Giants win that game. People say Peyton chokes. Well, doesn't everybody? But he's never, ever lost as big of a game as Tommy just did. Hah, enjoy saying you were 18-1. You came closer than any team has since the '72 Dolphins to being perfect. But you didn't, and the season's over, and good luck trying to duplicate your season next year but adding a Super Bowl win. Me, I'm just going to keep cheering on my Colts; I was crushed when they lost to the Chargers, but that wasn't a huge loss like the Super Bowl. So, yeah- I'll just anticipate watching my Colts when they're FINALLY healthy again (can't wait). And for now, I'll bask in the sweet victory of the Giants against the supposed best team in the NFL. Good luck trying to be perfect again. Oh, that's right- you WEREN'T perfect. My bad. And you might never be =)

4:16 PM  
Anonymous Ne rocks said...

Sarah, Honey. If your reading this, then you would have a lot of guts to reply, which you obviously do. And guess what. I replyed. LOL. Let me remind you that it obviously takes 10 years to win at least 1 Super Bowl. And let me also add that it ALSO takes 48 years to win another super bowl. It took The Patriots 48 years to win 3 super bowls. So when you are going to talk trash about the patriots, think what your about to say. And why do you say that the giants are better? Because they beat a glorious team? You know, your right, Peyton manning never lost to a big event, especially in the super bowl. But you know why. Because he hasn't had many chances, except in 2006. Maybe he could of tried harder, and might be able to make it. But, unfortunately, it didn't. Live with it. Same thing with I have to live with a loss to a super bowl. And if you are a "true" Hater, then why don't you reply DURING the season. I've been. And I was the only person to fight back, with you guys. And I'm still am.



And our team, was perfect, compared to other teams like yours.



That was 3 months ago. I have to live with it.I didn't cry and be afraid to reply. and I realized, people spend their lives on this godforsaken website. To have more arguement, and to really get envoled. I will continue to reply, if you would.


And if you do, always put the date at the end of your message. It really helps me.


Sorry if I talk trash.



Keep a Colts Fan

7:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All fo you guys have no clue New England is better than any of your trash ass teams. They have won more superbowls and they are the only other team to go undeafted a whole season (except the superbowl). And as for Eli Manning he's scared little girl body will coem out right when they meet again.

7:02 PM  

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