Irony is obviously lost to these people.
However, there are some Pats blogs I enjoy. Patriots Blog is one. Sure, the writer is a Pats fans and most of his opinions are delusional and silly. However, despite this, Jeff is a very fine writer who I enjoy reading when I can. He had some good nuggets about Manning winning a ring, and the Colts developing into a championship team:
I realized this after seeing the look in Peyton's eyes last night, when he finally realized his fullest potential. He didn't have that exhausted "finally" look on his face. It was a look like he'd already been there, and this was just one more day on the calendar. Seeing that, I instantly succumbed to fear. That's the look legends have. Larry Bird had the look. Tom Brady, Joe Montana had the look. That look on their face, not giving way to instant gratification, but rather savoring the moment only to know in the back of their mind there's more to be had. And if that realization doesn't scare anyone in the NFL who isn't a Colts fan, you're really not seeing the big picture.
As a Colts fan, I relish this. Let the arrogant, petty, obnoxious fans in America's northeast suffer. The Colts have owned them and their team the last two years, embarrassing them time and again. However, unlike Patriots fans, who rub in every New England win like they are throwing maggots on an open wound, I don't rub victories in. They always claimed Manning was a choker; that Dungy was over-rated; that the Colts were a soft team that couldn't win in adverse weather.
Bet they feel smart right now. Let'm rot in their misery.