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(CBS Chicago)   Tale of the tape: the 2013 New England Patriots vs. The Dark Knight Rises   (chicago.cbslocal.com) divider line 19
    More: Amusing, TDKR, New England Patriots, New England, Bill Belichick, Rob Gronkowski  
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2013-09-20 03:38:32 PM  
The worst part is, the guy who "wrote" this together probably makes more money than I do.
 
2013-09-20 03:45:49 PM  
That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.
 
2013-09-20 03:52:20 PM  

Arkanaut: That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.


Senator Leahy is in all three, I thought. I know he's on the Wayne Board of Directors, when they vote to hand over to Tate (Talia).

And as silly as this thing was, they were spot on. TDKR is mediocre, at best. Re-watching it makes me dislike it more and more.
 
2013-09-20 03:53:16 PM  
He works for CBS radio so he probably makes like 23 cents an article
 
2013-09-20 03:54:55 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-20 03:56:16 PM  
...And I was afraid the Pats were losing their touch.
It warms my heart to see such butthurt directed at the Pats.

//Go Pats!
 
2013-09-20 04:20:03 PM  
weknowmemes.com
 
2013-09-20 04:29:43 PM  
Okay, sure, MAYBE The Dark Knight Rises wasn't as good as its predecessor, but COME ON! >:O
 
2013-09-20 04:40:13 PM  

Captain Steroid: Okay, sure, MAYBE The Dark Knight Rises wasn't as good as its predecessor, but COME ON! >:O


Exactly. TDK was awesomeawesome, and everyone's all Preparation-H-y because TDKR was only awesome2? EABOD, haters.

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Arkanaut: That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.


Hines Ward, Ben Rapistburglar, PIT's bearded D-lineman (Kiesel?), and many, many others from the 2010 (or 2011) Steelers.
 
2013-09-20 05:59:23 PM  
Ah yes , the Pats cut Wes Welker.
That's the way I remember it too.
 
2013-09-20 06:06:40 PM  
That was a horribly unfunny Nick Bakay knockoff.
 
2013-09-20 08:38:26 PM  
T-Brads?

Yup, stopped reading right there.
 
2013-09-20 08:46:44 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Captain Steroid: Okay, sure, MAYBE The Dark Knight Rises wasn't as good as its predecessor, but COME ON! >:O

Exactly. TDK was awesomeawesome, and everyone's all Preparation-H-y because TDKR was only awesome2? EABOD, haters.

(Arkanaut: That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.

Hines Ward, Ben Rapistburglar, PIT's bearded D-lineman (Kiesel?), and many, many others from the 2010 (or 2011) Steelers.


The kicker for the Rapid City Monuments? Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.  Even had his name on the jersey, and apparently he was the starting kicker on his D3 college football team, too.
 
2013-09-20 10:24:35 PM  
How about the 2007 Patriots vs Star Wars. The Pats were unstoppable until Jedi in training Eli Manning used the Force of his pass to David Tyree's helmet to defeat the Empire.
 
2013-09-20 11:42:45 PM  
How were the 2013 Patriots highly regarded? I thought it was pretty obvious they were farked.
 
2013-09-20 11:48:01 PM  
They lost Welker and Hernandez, Gronkowski is hurt, Amendola was injury prone, the defense is terrible, the defense crumbles at the end of games. This was before the season started. The Patriots were mildly regarded and assumed they'd have a hard time.
 
2013-09-21 01:20:23 AM  

Arkanaut: That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.


Did you watch the movie?

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2013-09-21 02:49:59 AM  

rocky_howard: Arkanaut: That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.

Did you watch the movie?

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As was pointed out when the movie premiered, they spent the bulk of their special effects budget on making Hines Ward run fast.
 
2013-09-21 09:05:21 AM  

Dr Dreidel: Captain Steroid: Okay, sure, MAYBE The Dark Knight Rises wasn't as good as its predecessor, but COME ON! >:O

Exactly. TDK was awesomeawesome, and everyone's all Preparation-H-y because TDKR was only awesome2? EABOD, haters.

(Arkanaut: That was Hines Ward in Dark Knight Rises? I did not notice that.  I figured they'd have hired some third-stringer from a local college instead of paying whatever the going rate is for a future Hall of Famer.  Then again they did have Senator Patrick Leahy show up for 5 minutes in the second movie.

Hines Ward, Ben Rapistburglar, PIT's bearded D-lineman (Kiesel?), and many, many others from the 2010 (or 2011) Steelers.


The entire team was in that scene (or at least they were on the field during the filming).
 
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