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Any Patriots fan who wanted the Steelers to beat the Broncos today is insane. The Steelers KIND OF gave us a game this year. They have a two time Super Bowl champion at quarterback and possibly the best wide receiver in football, who would’ve been back for the AFC Championship. Would we have won? Of course. But we would’ve had to earn it.
Meanwhile, the Broncos are exactly what we thought they were. For all intents and purposes we beat them on their own field in week 12. Everyone knows Roger Goodell literally handed Denver that game. He couldn’t make his pro-Denver bias any stronger. This is a guy who spent an entire offseason trying to crucify the greatest player to ever live over deflated footballs, which the NFL has proven this season is not something they give a shit about. Then we found out that Peyton Manning had HGH sent to him before the greatest record setting season a QB has ever had, and there’s no investigation. Nothing. I don’t care how much you hate the Patriots, the facts are undeniable – the NFL has actively tried to level the playing field between Manning and Brady.
Oh yea, and did I mention that this time around the Patriots will have a healthy Julian Edelman and Jamie Collins? Yea, that kind of matters. Of course the biggest advantage for us this time around is the fact that Peyton Manning is gonna be playing quarterback. If Brock Osweiller was playing I’d give them a 10% chance. But with Manning, the game is already over. If he couldn’t beat us in his prime, how’s he gonna do it as a hobbled old man?
You know who else doesn’t have any faith in Peyton? The Broncos. They didn’t win because of him today, they won in spite of him. With the Broncos down 13-12 in the 4th quarter, and season on the line, the Broncos had the ball at the Pittsburgh 14 yard line. Here’s what happened:
Five straight rushes. That’s how little Denver thinks of the geriatric geezer who runs their offense. They simply did not trust him enough to put the game in his hands. The Patriots would’ve thrown each and every down, and probably would’ve scored on the first. After all, the Steelers are one of the WORST pass defenses in the NFL. Johnny Manziel could’ve thrown all over this team. But instead Peyton threw ZERO touchdowns, and his coaches purposely took preventative measures to make sure he didn’t kill them when push came to shove.
I can’t imagine a situation in which the Patriots don’t destroy this Godless team next week. The only question is, who are we playing in the Super Bowl? Honestly, either team will give us a great game. And what could possibly be more fitting for the league in Super Bowl 50 than watching a blood bath between the greatest team of all time and a fitting contender from the NFC? CAN’T WAIT!!!
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