Inside The NFL Clips Of The AFC Championship Are Straight Patriots Porn

There is nothing like playoff football. Nothing. Being a Patriots fan the last 18 years has truly been an experience that no one will get ever again. Sure, dynasties happen in sports. Hell, there is another dynasty happing currently with the Warriors. Dynasties aren’t even something new to Boston, the Celtics’ put together dynastic runs a few times in their history. But nothing, I mean nothing, will ever top the Brady/Belichick Patriots. 18 years, 9 Super Bowl trips. N I N E. In a sport where parity rules, the Patriots have somehow figured out how to stay atop the National Football League.

Not only do the Patriots win, but every single year they give us all-time classic games. Every single Patriots Super Bowl have been electric. The Patriots are just good for business. They will never lay an egg. They will always go up against the best teams in the playoffs and give you your money’s worth.

After a big game, there are a few things I like to do. I like to watch all the post-game press conferences. There is really great content that comes out of those things. I like to go over social media and look at all the reactions and content. I like to listen to the local radio the next morning and get the Boston sports heads take on the game. And most importantly, I like to watch Inside The NFL for the mic’d up game recaps. They are really a piece of art. The slow-motion camera shots,  the poetic narration, the orchestrated music, the local broadcast play by play call, and most importantly, the mic’d up audio. It is always a must watch after a game like Sunday. And Showtime did not disappoint this week.

There is no one better on defense to mic up than Devin McCourty. He is the heart and soul of this defense and is without a doubt the most entertaining. D-Mac did one hell of a job on Tyreek Hill on Sunday and after hearing him chirp him all game, I am only more impressed.

Julian Edelman is the most lovable psychopath I have ever known. The guy is a lunatic, but there is no other wide receiver I would want on my football team in a big game.

I know I just said there is no other wide receiver I would want, but how about we just stay away from the ball next time Jules? I still have no idea what he was thinking. I mean I get trying to stop it so it doesn’t get downed at the 1-yard line, but why the hell are you trying to catch it off the bounce after you signaled for a fair catch?? Plz stop. I beg you.

I’ve had a lot of people in my mentions saying that they feel bad for Dee Ford after seeing this clip. After thinking it over and looking into my heart, I have to say, you people suck. I do not feel bad for this man whatsoever. Dee Ford just had the best season of his career being named to the Pro Bowl with 13 sacks heading into a contract year. Even if the Chiefs don’t want to resign him after that stupid mistake, plenty of other teams will be lining up to pay him lots and lots of money. So no, I do not feel bad for Dee Ford.

Hands down this is my favorite clip of the episode. So simple. So beautiful. And the narrator over the whole thing just puts it over the top. When I saw this clip it reminded me of pretty much the same exact clip in Super Bowl 51 when Brady was walking out to lead the Patriots to a James White touchdown in overtime. Goosebumps then and goosebumps now.

I am so happy for Jason McCourty. Devin gets drafted to the Patriots in the 1st round and goes to the playoffs every year and wins 2 Super Bowls. Jason gets drafted in the same year to the Titans in the 7th round, never makes the playoffs, and then goes winless with the Browns. Imagine watching your twin brother have all that success and being right there and that close to it but never get to taste it yourself. Well, luckily the Patriots traded for him and now he will no longer have to be Devins guest to the Super Bowl.

We’re going back. One more baby. Super Bowl weekend cannot come soon enough. Bring me the Rams. LFG.

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