dont get me wrong, ravens/patriots is damn near worse case scenerio, but its easy to want the patriots to go to the superbowl (and hopefully lose, but maybe not who cares as long as it isnt the ravens) but ultimately im an NFC fan this year
Falcons are who I'm rooting for even though I hate Matty Ice....lol I do like Julio Jones.......BEAST I can't root for the Ravens or the Pats but want the Pats to blow out the Ravens.......I don't like the 49ers but I do like Kaepernick....I liked him when he played at Nevada........I remember being impressed with him when he played against Notre Dame one year but he had nobody really around him.......
I do not want the 49ers to tie the Steelers in Lombardi Trophy count, period, under any circumstances. If the 49ers play the Ravens in the Super Bowl...well, two is still a lot less than six.
It's the falcons this year or who the f**k cares! If Atlanta loses to SF I will not watch the Super Bowl. I can't stand the pats, loathe the ravens and don't want SF to get their 6th. Plus I'd rather watch a say yes to the dress marathon than watch either douche-Baugh hoist the Lombardi trophy.
Come on FALCONS!!!
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