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    Biggest letdown ever

    And the New England Patriots have managed to lose their 18 point lead and the chance the play in the Superbowl. My entire season of watching is now down the drain all because of them being cocky and choking. I really gotta get a new team.
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    I couldn't sit of the whole game. I was so stressed. I'm so happy the Colts and Peyton Manning are finally going to the Super Bowl. Like you mclaren I did watch every game of my team, but my season did not end today I'm sorry for ya I know how painful it is seeing your team losing, especially when it's 21-6 at halftime. Great performance from the Colts' defense too.
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    Manning is a beast, straight up.
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    Bears-Colts Superbowl and I am in Indiana at college and as a Bears fan this is going to be two intense weeks and qutie a Superbowl! I am really excited right now!! GO BEARS!!!

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    Do most NFL fans go looking for a new team if they lose a game?!

    Hell Man utd had a piss poor season a couple of years back but I still supported them..

    Its called Loyalty..

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    No, but when your team goes out, you don't stop watching. You just pick a new one for the rest of the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spastik_Roach
    Do most NFL fans go looking for a new team if they lose a game?!

    Hell Man utd had a piss poor season a couple of years back but I still supported them..

    Its called Loyalty..
    When the Colts lost to the Steelers last year I supported every team who played against the Steelers. I think I can call myself loyal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mclaren_crazy
    I really gotta get a new team.
    The Patriots losing a playoff game doesn't make them bad, they're still a dynasty in my book. That was fair-weather fan talk.

    Bucs went 4-12 and I'm still loyal, suck it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spastik_Roach
    Do most NFL fans go looking for a new team if they lose a game?!
    No.

    I'm a die-hard Texans Fan, and they were 2-14 this year, they went 6-10 this year though, and next year, at LEAST 8-8. Same with the Saints, I liked them last year, but this year, I watched every game.

    Most people follow one team for a long time, usually the one nearest where they live, unless they live in detroit or oakland...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26
    When the Colts lost to the Steelers last year I supported every team who played against the Steelers. I think I can call myself loyal.
    Thats fair enough...

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    Arse anals all the way! w000!





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    I was pissed the patriots lost today, that just means I'll be backing the bears and hope they kill the colts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spastik_Roach
    Do most NFL fans go looking for a new team if they lose a game?!
    OK, I'm a Scot and not a "Native" NFL fan but I've been a Cowboys fan for 28 years now Ups and downs on the field ... but ALWAYS cheerleaders worth watching
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine
    OK, I'm a Scot and not a "Native" NFL fan but I've been a Cowboys fan for 28 years now Ups and downs on the field ... but ALWAYS cheerleaders worth watching
    Arn't the Cheerleaders the cause of a certain "ups and downs"

    Interpret that how you want too!

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    I slept through the comeback, lulz.

    Anyone wanna fill me in on what happened? I stopped watching because it was like 21-3 in the second quarter.
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