The Baltimore Ravens shocking victory in Week 9 had one New England Patriots fan in complete and utter tears while watching.

One loss. A singular defeat. It’s enough to make a New England Patriots fan fall to pieces.

In the midst of the Baltimore Ravens triumphant 37-20 victory over Bill Belichick’s Pats in Week 9 play, one New England fan couldn’t quite control his emotions.

Are you kidding me? The organization’s first loss since late last season, in the regular season, of course, a Pats’ fan can’t handle one loss?

New York Jets fans witness this as hardened vets, chuckling all the way to Week 10. We can throw Giants fans in the mix, too, while we’re at it.


The Jets and Giants combined record currently stands at 3-14. The city has Joe Benigno going wild on the airwaves, sucking in the pain while addressing his brethren as “bro,” and yet no crying exists.

The deeper thinker has to wonder whether or not the kid had money riding on the game. There’s just no chance a sole loss can make a man break down in this fashion, especially after knowing what a cupcake of a schedule his team has played this season.

The Ravens aren’t the Jets, Giants, Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns. They actually represent a serious AFC team.

Congrats, Patriots fans, your squad finally took on a legitimate contender. You lost. One game. Naturally, it’s going to be OK. When in history has it not ever been OK for these Tom Brady-led New England Patriots?

Crying isn’t necessary.

And please, nobody tell this fan his organization, the doormat of the NFL in the early 1990s, nearly moved across the country before Bill Parcells saved them. That information may do serious damage.



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