I haven't watched an NFL game this year but here's my prediction.
In a tumultuous 2017, leading into what will be an even more tumultuous 2018 we are in now, it will be very fitting that, of course, the Patriots are going to meet the Eagles.
You have to understand you have the greatest team in NFL history with the same quarterback the entire time against what will be the Eagles after the defeat the Vikings in the NFC championship game.
This is all about symbolism. The Patriots will blow out the Eagles, and as much as I am rooting for the Eagles to pull through, I'm a secret Eagle fan, as I was born in Pennsylvania.
You have to understand that two of the most playoff disappointing teams in history have met (will) in the NFC championship and it's not hard to see what's coming. Historic chokers of massive disappointment for decades!!! So I'm going to project a score of 52 to 10. Patriots crush the Eagles in the Super Bowl.
This looks very similar to globalism versus nationalism, and isn't it fitting and seemingly scripted?
I never make predictions this early but I have to because I can't help but keep seeing the same thing and I've been thinking it for a while and it just keeps going in the same direction.
I haven't watched a game all season but it doesn't mean I haven't kept a score myself.
Would it really surprise anybody if that was the case? Not a perfect script but a well-planned choreographed overall goal?
Brady will simultaneously wisely retire while accepting and hoisting up the Super Bowl trophy handed to him by the commissioner Rodger Goodell.
Everything else seems to be this exact way, funneling money away from everybody that will throw it down the funnel for entertainment and personal gain.
I'll be surprised if I'm wrong and I haven't looked at the team statistics yet but that's what I'm going to study now. I'll be studying all four teams that are headed to either the NFC or the AFC Championship game. This prediction is made though beforehand as I have stated.
I respect the Patriots very deeply as an organization and I hope my Eagles are the bunch of tough blue-collar guys that go and give them a knockout blow and ego check just like the New York Giants did twice, and I had hoped Eli would do once more. Peyton gets all the recognition while his brother best the best team in history twice !!!
We are in days well past Giants, and you kind of get to think about being a Patriot and an Eagle and in the end it really doesn't matter who wins what matters is that we all win together and winning is the preservation of life and the deeper meaning of the value that life offers us each, and to know that no life should have a price tag associated with it and others should never be taken advantage of so that they will be prayed upon for financial gain.
I went to George Mason and although I didn't finish earning my degree I still feel a patriot. I was born in Pennsylvania, home of the Liberty Bell, and so it's easy to identify with the eagle. I was the president of the Eagles Club in Alexandria Virginia when I was about 26 and I have an eagle tattoo on my arm and it is because I am an Eagle. There's lots of others that probably feel just like me and can make that same outline of a story the way I framed it fit their own lives for sure. We're not as unique as we think we are.
An individual will always get crushed. If he stands for himself or kneels, for to go against the grain or the pack, ad infinitum, you become the enemy.
It's pretty much just simple statistics and it only makes my projection that much more fitting, almost as such that it would have to happen. Can you not see it easily enough yourself?
Do you see Vikings anymore?
Everybody gets defeated one day... but still we fight and fight and fight, be it for fear or for Domination, this scripted game only seems to go on and on and on.