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Mr. Scot

Notes and Memos - Patriots

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dear refs,

 

you may well have saved your lives tonight picking up that flag.

 

-concerned citizenry

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Dear Aqib,

 

Rules...

 

Regulations...

 

Game...

 

- 89

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Dear Tom and Bill,

 

We got your mojo.

 

signed

Cam and Ron

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Dear Job,

 

My sincere apologies for the crap performance I'm going to put in tomorrow.

 

(though if I'm being honest, I wouldn't change a thing)

 

- Everybody who watched to the end

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Dear 49ers,

 

Thanks again for Ted Ginn.

 

- Dave Gettleman

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Dear Football Gods,

 

Thank you

 

--- for your patience as we learned from the Bills game

 

--- for your belief that our D would finish this game

 

--- for your confidence that Cam would outscore Tom

 

--- that Charles Johnson came back into the game.

 

We apologize now for those who will doubt you.

 

Best Regards,

 

Panther Fans

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Dear Fish,

 

  Prepare your anus.

 

Panthers D

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Dear Patriot Fans,

 

As a Panther fan, I know how it feels to lose a game on a disputed call.  For that, I offer my sympathy.

 

- Mr. Scot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PS: Nah, not really (I'm a lousy liar) :lol:

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Gronkowski Post Game Options:

 

- Win: "Woohoo!  Gonna celebrate by getting drunk!"

 

- Lose: "Crap. This sucks.  Guess I'll console myself by getting drunk."

 

- Tie: "Not really sure how to feel right now.  Aaahhh, screw it, I'll get drunk."

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