Saturday, February 05, 2005

Champions Again; Pats to rout Eagles, 38-24


Champions Again
Originally uploaded by wonderbread74.
On Sunday, the Patriots will embark on punctuating a four year dynasty rarely seen in the NFL by winning their third championship in four years.

Many forget that this run by the Pats began inauspicously. It's rarely mentioned anymore that New England's victory over the Rams in 2001 was one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history. The Pats were 14 points underdogs to the high-flying Rams.

Last year, the Pats again squeeked by the Panthers on kicker, Adam Vinatieri's second game-winning field goal. Believe it, these Patriots are one of the finest teams ever assembled in NFL history and for this reason they will rout the Philadelphia Eagles in Jacksonville to make history sure of their dominance.

It's hard to prognosticate Super Bowl's because they are so superficially hyped and account for so much more emotion than any other games. It is wholly believable that the Eagles have fallen victim to the adage of "just happy to be there". They seemed way to ecstatic to have the NFC Championship monkey off their back. New England, on the other hand, showed their remarkable poise that is very reminiscent of the BIll Walsh-Joe Montana Super Bowl years in San Francisco.

It is foolish to debate the similarities of Tom Brady to Joe Montana but the similarities in sheer confidence and dominance of these Patriots' teams under Bill Belichick and Walsh's 49er teams are eery.

In general, both teams rarely made mistakes, at least, costly ones. Both jump on their opponents neck and never relent, Both have quiet, universally lauded head coaches who seemingly adapt to any situation. And both teams make forming predictions very simple.

It will go down like this on Sunday. Much like New England's playoff victories over the Colts and Steelers, it will be the underrated and injured secondary of the Pats that will be the catalyst to victory.

Corey Dillon may loom large in New Engand's offensive approach. He just may be Tom Brady's biggest obstacle to three Super Bowl MVPs.

After a very competitive three quarters, the Patroits will pull away and win their third Super Bowl trophy, 38-24.

7 comments:

MrYosemite said...

Good call brotha. However, don't be surprised if the Eagles fall completely flat. New England has too much talent, too much SUPER BOWL experience, and a phenominal leader at QB and Coach. They might just step up and not only beat Philly, but bitch slap them altogether. Look for Bill Belichick to urinate in TO's helmet by the start of the 4th quarter.

wonderbread74 said...

Obviously your positive comments stem from my kind words for your Niners. It'll never happen again. Did you hear about the new Niners' colors? Pink and yellow. Exquisite AND Fabulous!!

MrYosemite said...

Did you say something nice about my Niners? I guess I didn't get a chance to read it, I have my SPAM filter set to auto-delete any message that contains the word "shit" or alternatively, is full of it.

I'm wondering if a see a bet in our future...something on the season records...

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