2015 Super Bowl Discussion

Discussion in 'NFL' started by seattlefan, Feb 28, 2015.

  1. seattlefan

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    Although it was about a month ago, what a castebuster this was! Let's have a discussion here about it.
     
  2. The Hock

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    This was one of the best and most memorable Superbowls ever. I missed that last miraculous interception because I had my head in my hands and wasn't watching. I couldn't bring myself to watch Beast Mode blast through the line and deliver the coup de grace. Suddenly I heard yelling from the others at the pary. I looked up to see that the Pats had the ball via that miracle interception. I'm telling you the glory fell upon me as i dropped to my knees and raised my hands in exultation to heaven without even thinking about it. Football is indeed, as Don says, "America's unofficial religion." From son-of-a-bitch I hate football to bliss in about the time it takes to fart. I can still think about that moment and it lifts my mood.

    What a dumb-ass call by Carroll. The only explanation I can come up with is that he didn't want pain in the arse Marshawn Lynch to have the glory of scoring the winning touchdown in a super bowl. So by God Carroll was going to show Mr. Lynch and deprive him of that moment. Instead he would reward Wilson by letting him throw an easy little pass for the TD. That was hands down the dumbest call ever made in the entire history of the NFL. Thank you very much coach.
     
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  3. Average American

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    Hock, Welcome Back..

    It was also a poorly executed pass by (a supposedly elite) Wilson. And it reinforced my belief in (and disdain for) a casted media, when Wilson seemed to escape any criticism. I'm not a Carroll fan, but I thought it was conspicuous and suspicious that the blame fell solely on him (?)

    Anyways, I was really missing C.F. commentary during the Stupid Bowl season.. especially during the selective indignation aimed at New England's ball deflating.. even after guys like Jeff Blake (who quarterbacked for half the teams in the league) confirmed there is nothing unique about it's practice.
     
  4. Awake in America

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    It did not go according to script. The Patriots had already been discredited for even being there. The PTB had thrown everything at them. They were cast(e) as the tired, old, white, cheaters. Everything was set to go just as planned, right down to Rabbi Al and Aunt Crissy the Yenta delivering the eulogy of the white race. The young, vibrant, room-brightening-smile-possessing Seahawks were to reflect America, in all of its Obama Era Glory. They had taken care of Manning and his white boy receivers last year, and now they were set to knock off the ultimate target: the too white to be believed Duke Blue Devils .... whoops, I mean New England Patiots.

    I had a splendid time reading the comments on ESPN and elsewhere as the game progressed. It is evident that the Patriots are a polarizing team; they are for the very same reason the Duke Basketball used to be (but the DWFs don't seem to hate Duke as much this year). The Seahawks were too athletic, to strong, to Beast Mode, etc... That's all great, but the real value in the game is not in convincing the DWFs. They are mostly lost, even if their reality took a hit. The real value is in the "race realists" who still see blacks as physically superior beings. You know them: the people who love to use black athletic superiority as a means of showing that there are differences. These people got an education in the Caste System.

    What ended up happening was that the Patriots shamed the DWFs, and the system they love. Aside from the unbearable, awful, horrible white arms protruding from so many Patriot sleeves, the Patriots have all of those players who somehow were missed in the almighty draft and combine process. Brady, Edelman, and Ninkovich were late picks, Amendola undrafted. To top it all off, an undrafted black guy sealed the victory. I actually saw DWFs speculating that white players might be "bargains" because many teams overlook them. This was on Yahoo and ESPN. The entire "you are racist if you don't cheer for the Seahawks" thing was roundly criticized.

    This game made Julian Edelman a star. Even Aunt Crissy had to admit it. He so very wanted to crown Chris Matthews (again, the combine and draft process missed one) as the Next Big Thing, but couldn't. Every woman that suffered through the game on Sunday, was seeing a freshly shaven Edelman on the talk shows for the next few days, talking about his dad. This coincides with Watt and Matthews suddenly showing up in commercials and on late night shows. That's all good. I'm not crazy about Gronk being a party animal/sex symbol, but whatever. I can't say I'd have done anything differently at that age.

    The aftermath, both immediate and medium term, showed that everyone returned to stereotype, as they almost always do. The Seahawks acted like roided up animals with poor impulse control at the end of the game (and the Patriots showed they still don't take crap, even without Mankins). The Patriots players, black and white, constantly talked about preparation and hard work. Revis made statements about the different level of professionalism and teamwork he had experienced, and Butler directly attributed his game-saving play to practice. Brady, Edelman, and Amendola explained how they gameplanned the Seahawks, all while complimenting their oppoments. The hyper-emotional Pete Carrol had to deal with the media garbage, while the stoic Bill Belichick could pretty much say anything.

    I cannot think of anything that would or could have been better. I thought Edelman deserved the MVP, but it's hard to argue against Brady. He looked as good as he did 10 years ago. The Seahawks were lucky it wasn't a runaway.

    While it's fun to contrast the Patriots with the Seahawks, the real contrast to me is between the Patriots and the Broncos. The Broncos went full negro across the board. Mel ****r, Jr. would undoubtedly say that the Broncos had the better OL and receiving corps, and there's no way that Ninkovich could start for Denver. The Broncos are left with a free agent nightmare, and are on the way down; the Patriots look like favorites to win the AFC again next year.

    And all on the same weekend that Tiger missed a cut. Just such a fun weekend.
     
  5. Romulus

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    An incredible victory for the patriots, with all the white stars shining (gronk, edelman, brady of course, etc.). Also a HUGE relief that we won't have to hear the cultmarx media spew their tripe about the Seahawks' 'dynasty' and the second-coming of montana (midget wilson)...
     
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  6. Carolina Speed

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    Not so fast on the bad call by Carroll. To BSPN's credit, and I forgot what show it was on, it showed where Lynch was about 2 for 8 or 9 from inside the 5 yard line this season on 3rd and or 4th down. So actually at only a 25% rate of success, it wasn't a given that Lynch would have gotten in!
     
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    I don't think the play call was all that bad. There were like 66 passes from the 1 yard line the regular season and the majority of them ended in TDs, none were picked off. Wilson made a poor throw and Butler made an amazing play on the ball. The receiver also didn't do a very good job at trying to fight for the ball, he just let the pick happen. The coach's receiving all the blame is just the media trying to cover for Wilson in my opinion.
     
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    No it wasn't a bad call. Just some bs spouted. There were mentions of racism for the reason why Carrol didn't give it to Lynch. Even though they are both black they were saying Wilson was the whiter of the two. Ridiculous crap. Lynch is overrated when it comes to short yardage. He is a zbs one cut and go runner that can run over people when he has momentum. When it short yardage like that and their isn't a clear defined hole he gets hesitant , dances around and often gets tackled behind the line, he was hit or miss on those types of runs this year and has been pretty average for his entire career in short yardage . Yeah it is pretty funny how Wilson has gotten little to no criticism for the interception.

    This was the best Superbowl that I can remember watching. It seemed like a really bad year for college and pro football and I was almost done with watching it. I didn't even want to watch this at first but I was invited to watch it with some in-laws who hate the Patriots for some "odd reason" . They give stupid reasons like "Brady is a pretty boy, is arrogant and gets favoritism" but no response to when I said Brady was barely recruited out of highly recruited out of high school, then in college the fans didn't want him, they wanted the other guy and he played in a 2 qb system, often fixing what that guy broke only to be crapped on in the draft process. The Patriots took a "chance" on him in the 6th round. Then he won the Superbowl after Bledsoe got injured and fans still didn't want him to be the starting qb when Bledsoe got back. So if he is arrogant then I think he has earned it.

    I don't think the casual fan like these people I mentioned realize why they hate people like this. The media is just so good at potraying a certain image and getting people to dislike what they want them to dislike. They don't even realize the racism. Look at the Johnny Manziel situation, people REALLY hate that dude and laugh when he does poorly. Last time I checked he didn't hurt or rape anybody.
     
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  9. Don Wassall

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    So much to say about the Super Bowl, but what stands out to me is that Seattle's long run of luck finally ran out. Seems like everything had gone their way for several seasons, going back at least to the substitute refs robbing the Packers of a win and giving it to the Seahawks. They, not the Patriots, were the new golden boys in the NFL and it looked inevitable that they were going to win their second championship in a row and join the Packers of the '60s, the Steelers of the '70s, the 49ers of the '80s, the Cowboys of the '90s and the Patriots of the '00s as the team of the '10s.

    After Kearse made that catch, all I could think of was the two fluke plays by the Giants that beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl after the '07 and '11 seasons and seemed to have created a jinx against them in the big game. Three straight losses in Super Bowls on perfectly unlikely plays by their opponents with Seattle seemingly a cinch to win two in a row.

    Then it all changed in a flash. Unbelievable, fantastic, the list of adjectives goes on and on. After a decade of dominating the AFC but not being able to win that elusive fifth championship, the Patriots finally did -- and at the expense of the Seahawks.

    I think the Seahawks' run is over, just that quickly. It's difficult enough to win back to back Super Bowls in the parity-driven NFL. The Patriots are the only team that's highly competitive year after year. Seattle will undoubtedly remain a strong team in the NFC West, but they won't go back to the Super Bowl again for a while. Hallelujah! And a great win by a very deserving Patriots team.
     
  10. Riggins44

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  11. The Hock

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    Er, excuse me, but your stat is misleading. The Hawks weren't just inside the five, they were on the ONE YARD LINE. Now if they were four or five out I could see trying to get cute. But they were on the one yard line with three downs to get it in against an dispirited Pats defense and a running back known as Beast Mode in the backfield.

    To the posters who don't think that was all that bad a call, no matter what stats you conjure up or how much you over analyze, that was a horrible call. Pete Carroll has immortalized himself by making the worst call at the worst time ever in the history of the NFL I think coaching politics may well have played a role in Carroll's puzzling decision.

    Or maybe Carroll was just that stupid at that particular moment.
     
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  12. white lightning

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    Excellent posts by everyone. I also agree that there is no guarantee that Lynch would have scored. He is not the fastest back and the Pats were playing good defense the whole game with the exception of a handful of big plays.

    This Super Bowl was incredible but one thing could have made it even better. What is that you ask?


    If we could have all been sharing what we watched here on this message board. Gentlemen. We are back and man
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  13. Carolina Speed

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    Upon further review it may not be so misleading. Among all RB's with at least 10 carries from the 1 yard line over the past 5 seasons, Lynch's 45% success rate ranks 30th in the league. Also, he scored 1 TD out of 5 attempts from the 1 yard line this season or only 20%! However, NE's defense did allow 5 of 6 rushing TD's from the 1 yard line this season. A pretty good argument could be made for either decision.
     
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    You aren't kidding when it comes to Wilson avoiding criticism. Hell, he threw the pass. He didn't have to. He literally threw it into double-coverage if you watch the reverse angle. It's funny that Deion Sanders of all people has pointed this out on two different occasions. Wilson was 2 for 4 in the first half.

    The Seahawks are lucky that NE didn't win by two touchdowns. The past two seasons Seattle has enjoyed some wonderful luck, that just seems to happen in any sport, but their luck ran out.

    I was very happy for Brady and Belichick, especially because of the Deflategate "controversy" that was actually a conscious attempt on the part of the jewsmedia to derail both Brady's and Belicheck's concentration - and of course to distract NE's entire team.

    If Wilson had thrown a 1 yd TD pass at the end of the game, we would never hear the end of him being the greatest, his amazing comeback ability, the new era of NFL QB's, with a high level of melanin being the key to success, those old boring pocket passers being rightfully tossed into the dustbin of history, on and on and on...(and yes, that 1 yd pass would be shown forever as an example of Wilson's genius without mention of Carroll, but since it was picked off, silence when it comes to remarks about Wilson's poor decision).

    Yeah, I was glad for Brady and Belicheck. And glad that a starting offense that was literally almost all-White took down Seattle's loudmouth thugs. I guess I could go into much more depth and write something 10 pages long, but I'll just finish up by saying the good guys won.
     
  15. PHillisFan

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    I could not have scripted a better ending with that dip**** cricket throwing the pick. Nobody wanted to blame the golden boy but not even he could evade the criticism. He threw the ball and tipped off the defender on the play. An elite qb does not throw that pick. Hopefully skittles retires so the worls can witness how overrated he is.
     
  16. Awake in America

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    On the one hand you don't want to overstate what happened in the Super Bowl, but on the other hand, I'm not sure that's even possible. The New England Patriots start NINE white players on offense. NINE! When is the last time a Super Bowl Champion offense started NINE white players? (You might have to go all the way back to Super Bowl II). That's the offense that took it to the ALL BLACK, roided up, showboating, trash-talking, BLACKEST possible defense. If a negrometer existed, "2014 Seahawks Defense" would be the highest possible reading. :afro:

    All protestations of the DWFs have been defeated. "The best players play" is proven to be crap. How many Julian Edelmans have been passed over? Or Tom Bradys, for that matter? Apart from Brady and Gronk, you could not get a DWF to admit that ANY Patriot could start over any Seahawk, but there's the result. The "he's a freak" tactic is often used to explain Gronk and Watt. That doesn't work with any Patriot other than Gronk. Not taking anything away from their athleticism, but the rest of the Patriots are not weird outliers. They are the best team in football, and they are also the whitest team in football.

    As I said in an earlier post, trying to convince SWPL and DWF types is probably a waste of time, but those who are on the fence, or are realists in everything but sports need their faces rubbed in this, and they need this site. The recent combine and upcoming draft should provide plenty of chances. It's all a complete joke, and the Super Bowl proved it. Use it well.
     
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    Unfortunately the only "outlier" is Bill Belichick and the Patriots organization. And the supposed ultimate "copycat" league doesn't dare to try to copy his/their formula for success.

    Appreciate Belichick while you can. He turns 63 in April and any season could be his last. My gut tells me the Eagles are going to blacken up this year and the Packers will tread water at best. Not hard guesses to make when the upcoming draft looks to be the blackest ever in the early rounds.
     
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    During the site outage I posted here and there on other forums. Last weekend I posted on Walterfootball stating that the NFL decision makers would think that with the best DE - Watt, LB - Keuchly, WR - Nelson dominating the NFL each year (as well as Edelman's amazing season/super bowl performance) more respect would be given to white NFL prospects but the total opposite has happened. My post was roundly criticized and voted down although there were a few thumbs up votes.

    Our society has been totally brainwashed not to think outside the box and basically accept certain myths as truths. No one is allowed to question the praise heaped upon black athletes because they have been told they are superior and just accept it as fact. American society is truly ****ed up - there is no way around it. White people have been cultivated to be total conformists, only think in terms of political correctness and in the realm of sport just accept the lie that blacks are somehow supposedly better. I don't see anyone challenging this fallacy in the mainstream media anytime soon.

    I do take some solace that their are people on the other boards that see the institutional racism that exists in American amateur and professional athletics against white players (this is the only place in society where institutional racism does exist in society). I think the general population of white people is getting more enlightened and asking questions but the media still has firm control of the narrative they are trying to push.

    The cultural-marxists have firm control of sports, education, music and the news media. They are doing their best to push bogus anti-white agendas. I often find myself baffled as to how and why white people can admire and root for these blacks that are given these free rides to make money and be insulated more and more by the cult-marxist media from any sort of criticism. Do they not see that the whole system is just a set of double-standards used to tear white athletes down while building up and protecting blacks from any sort of negative criticism.

    Sorry for the rant - glad the Pats won!
     
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    Yep, spot on. I was looking at the rivals top 100 a few weeks back and couldn't believe how it was nearly 100 percent black/mixed raced. Maybe 5 to 10 white kids, and a shocking lack of white QBs. I also find it ironic how our society is quick to denounce anyone who mentions race as a determining factor in intelligence, behavior, etc., yet it will simultaneously defend those who claim blacks are "superior" athletes. Our collective mindset is characterized by a sort of Marxist schizophrenia.
     
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    Many of us here have waited 8 agonizing years for Belichick’s “white friendly†version of his New England Patriots (the inauguration of which occurred in 2007 with the signing of Wes Welker) to finally hoist the trophy. When it transpired, in the most chaotic of fashions, and Superbowl XLIX had concluded, it was the happiest feeling I can remember when watching any televised sporting event. The enormous contrast offered between New England’s offense and Seattle’s defense was surely noticed by all who watched…

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    Brady threw for 328 yards, 231 of which (or 71%) were by white receivers. The Patriots scored four times, with three different white receivers catching TD passes…

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    Despite his whiteness, Rob Gronkowski, the animated superstar TE, transcends the Caste System and is actually quite beloved by the media. The 6’ 6â€, 265-lb, fun-loving national treasure is portrayed as a “big, dumb, frat-boy jock,†but he’s very popular amongst white women and all NFL DWF’s seem to enjoy the lighthearted antics of the league’s most unstoppable offensive playmaker. Don’t be surprised if Gronk is voted to the cover of 2016 Madden video game.

    After years of being plagued by injuries, Julian Edelman has become the toughest WR in the NFL and could’ve easily been named Superbowl MVP. During the 2013 off-season (after Wes Welker departed), nobody wanted Edelman’s services. He was signed to a one year deal with the Patriots for ridiculously-low (nearly league minimum) salary. Amendola was also signed that off-season, but was injured in Week #1, thrusting Julian into the spotlight and permitting him to achieve his first 1,000-year campaign and a nice contract in the 2014 off-season. How fitting that after the Superbowl, Edelman was overheard saying “I’d do anything for you coach, anything†to Bill Belichick, the only man who believed in him. What a great player this former 7[SUP]th[/SUP] round pick has morphed into. After the game, Edelman described his dad…

    For many years, there were rumors that Edelman’s father was “part Jewish,†which don’t appear to be true based on that description. Would a Jew have done this to Jeremy Lane’s arm...

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    Like in the Baltimore game, Danny Amendola, the most derided free agent acquisition in Patriot history, logged an epic performance. Earlier in the season I wrote something like “I know that Amendola will have a role to play late in the season†and thankfully, I was right for once! Despite the immense criticism, Amendola earned a role in the offense, and kept stealing snaps from black TE, Tim Wright. Congrats to Danny for proving all the doubters wrong and coming up huge when it mattered most. After all, the Patriots would’ve never defeated the Ravens without him…

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    The all-white offensive line handling the much-praised, tar-hued Seahawks. All 5 members of this unit should remain in place for next season, which is great because there are several sumo back-ups waiting in the wings…

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    Despite his 2 INT’s, Tom Brady was magical when it counted most, a quality that seemed to be waning from the legendary QB’s repertoire. He’s stated many times that he plans to play well into his 40’s, so let’s hope the leader of the whitest offense in 25 years of NFL football can win another title before his time is through…

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    It was fantastic to see the NFL’s greatest coach, Bill Belichick, overcome the jealously, envy, and irrational hatred that the corporate media and hive-minded DWF’s have for his Caste-Busting squad. Before the game, Belichick was seen wearing a “Don’t tread on me†t-shirt, a possible clue to his political leanings…

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    Perhaps now that he’s felt to soothing touch of vindication, the coach will draft and develop some white defensive talent in 2015?

    I’ll never forget this game for as long as I live. It represented a major victory for the side of goodness, which is in short supply in 2015. My wife and I were watching the game together and had a great time. Like in the Baltimore game, New England was on the ropes and had the requisite fortitude to make a late comeback and win the best Superbowl ever played by the narrowest of margins.
     

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    Enough praise, it’s time to mock the gum-gnarling leather-face known as “Plantation Pete†and his hyper-African team of thugs, PED-users, and poor sports. Who sweet was his comical reaction to Wilson’s interception? After it occurred, I immediately thought of the renowned CF poster, Foobar75, as he holds a particular disdain for the world’s oldest wigger…

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    How amazing was Richard Sherman’s humorous reaction to the INT? I was eating up his misery with a spoon…

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    How classless was Doug Baldwin’s “football defecation†touchdown celebration? What a clown...

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    How unsportsmanlike was the “brawl†that occurred as NE was attempt to kneel down and run out the clock? It was great to see Gronk kicking some Negro ass…

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    I don’t think we’ve seen the last of this evil-to-the-core, Black Nationalist squad, but we can surely revel in their misery this off-season! As I mentioned above, the great poster, Foobar75, must be on Cloud 9! For anyone interested in watching DWF’s in their natural environmental, please watch this Youtube video of a Seahawk fan party reacting to the SB loss. It's long, but the climax is worth the wait...

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  22. The Hock

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    Nice write-up and compilation Thrashen. And watching that Seahawk party's reaction, talk about Shadenfreude. I'm going to go back and watch it a few more times. But I think I'll wait. I have a headache from laughing so hard. Its better if you watch the whole ten minutes, makes the ending that much better. Couldn't happen to a nicer town.

    Really a shame the Hawks couldn't properly execute such brilliant play call.
     
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    Don congrats for getting the site up and running. Honestly, I started to wonder if CF would be back. Check will be in the mail tomorrow. Thanks for giving me a place to celebrate, think, learn, vent and feel great about White athletes and as a White man.
     
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    man, I have missed Thrashen's posts/write ups and other veterans posters. Don, thanks for bringing back CF and hoped for resurgence.
     
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    Way to go Pats! And welcome back, CF!

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