“ESPN’s Darren Rovell reported the team last week – just days after winning their fifth Super Bowl title – filed to trademark the “Blitz For Six” phrase as the focus now turns to winning a sixth title next season.”

HOLY SHIT. This is probably one of the biggest power moves I have ever seen. This team is pretty serious about the “No days off” type montra. They’re putting the entire league on notice letting them know that its all eyes towards Minneapolis. Confidence is key, and I am very confident that we will be able to repeat. I bet that every other team is shaking in their boots right now.

Now, yes, I am a HUGE Patriots fan. But I am a real enough fan to know when things are going south. I’m not the type of fan that says “Patriots by 100 bro” every week. Looking forward to next season, (now obviously  we have to see what free agency and the draft bring) I don’t see any team in the AFC giving us much trouble. I would love to see a healthy Raiders team come into Gillette for an AFC championship game, its gonna be one hell of a game in Mexico City.

On the NFC side, we’re going to be playing the Falcons, Panthers, Saints, and Bucs next season. All games with good quarterbacks (one up and coming.) This offseason is going to be real important on resigning guys like Hightower and Butler. Hightower has been our defensive savior in the last two Super Bowls and Butler is easily our number one corner. Yeah Logan Ryan was good the second half of the season, but that first half? People were calling for his head.

Might as well book my plane ticket and hotel for Minneapolis for next February cause you bet your ass we’ll be there.


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