Ex-New York Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes was at home watching the New England Patriots cruise to an AFC Championship victory over the Indianapolis Colts, when he decided to remind the Patriots and their fans how their last two Super Bowl trips ended.
The Pats have learned to celebrate the hell out of those AFC Championships because the know what comes 2 weeks later. #0-2inGlendale— Lawrence Tynes (@lt4kicks) January 19, 2015
The facts are the facts. I sense the 10 year frustration in these tweets. Enjoy the AFC ring ceremony. They should have the process down— Lawrence Tynes (@lt4kicks) January 19, 2015
While Tynes is incorrect about the Patriots being 0-2 in Glendale Super Bowls (they are actually 0-1), his larger point still stands, that Tynes and the Giants ended New England's last two Super Bowl runs.
As many New England fans were quick to point our though, they are playing in the final game of the year, while the Giants failed to make the playoffs again.
- Brendan Maloy