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    Hey Rams fans.

    I live in Boston and have been a Pats fan all my life. I can say that this win is bittersweet and has been a long time coming to the fans of New England. God knows the Red Sox aren't going to be winning a title any time soon. I think the Rams had a hell of a season and you guys have nothing to hang your heads about. I think this season for the Pats fans like the 99 season was for you Rams fans. We were in last place last year and now we just won the super Bowl. Nobody was expecting that one at all, nobody. So good luck next year guys and I hope that we meet in the Superbowl next year.

  • #2
    Congratulations SyxxPac. This one hurts real bad, but you outplayed and outcoached us. The Pats made those few critical plays that are needed to win and the Rams didn't. That first SB victory feels good, doesn't it?

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    • #3
      THANKS!

      Congratulations....we all know that special feeling that you only get to feel when something like this happens. I for one am very happy for you your team and its fans...its fun to win.

      WE WILL BE BACK...AND NEXT YEAR WE WIN IT ALL

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      • #4
        ;) Hey Syxx..its good to hear from a fan with true class even when he is for the opponet. It is good to be on the winning side of things isn't it? Enjoy it, your team earned it. We''ll see you next year!


        :evilram: GO RAMS

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        • #5
          Honestly so...

          :cool: Syxx, that was a good game, a valiant effort and a worthy result for the N.E. Patriots on SB XXXVI day. Congratulations friend.

          Your post is honestly appreciated. Keep up the good work. We might meet again.


          :helmet:

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