New England Patriots-Led Zeppelin
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the Patriots have established a dynasty and have immortalized themselves in NFL History. Even with a relatively fluid roster (apart from a few stalwarts), they manage to work around the pillars of the organization and get wins.
Despite this, however, it’s very clear that everyone is pretty sick of the Patriots, and Tom Brady has become, in essence, the NFL’s “Stairway to Heaven.”
Based on recent reports, the Pats signature relationships may be fractured to the point of where this season will be their swan song.
Buffalo Bills-Lil Uzi Vert
There is no happier fanbase in professional sports right now than that of the Buffalo Bills. After a nearly twenty-year playoff drought in Buffalo, the Bills will play in the postseason.
Despite a number of losing seasons and a coaching carousel, the Bills overcame opposition and now get to celebrate with their fans into January. Symere Woods, AKA Lil Uzi Vert, who, despite some garbage in his personal life, has established himself as one of the premiere young rappers of today.
Miami Dolphins–Lil Wayne
Just a few years ago, Lil Wayne was on top of the world. He was all over the radio in his own songs and working with other prominent artists, and the perhaps the highlight of his career came when he sold over 1 million copies of The Carter III in one week.
In recent years, however, things just haven’t been the same for him.
The Dolphins had their streak of success with Dan Marino and others, including a perfect season in 1973, but just haven’t quite been able to grasp it in recent years, and even had to resort to signing Jay Cutler.
New York Jets–Puddle of Mudd
Nobody ever wants to accuse a team of losing on purpose, but it’s hard to think that the Jets have actually seen themselves as contenders in the last few seasons.
A man without his glasses would likely be confused as to why the Marshall Thundering Herd was playing on Sunday if he’s not careful.
Puddle of Mudd emerged from, well, a puddle of mud of rock groups in the early 2000s and has consistently baffled listeners ever since. Both groups need to sit down and think about their lives.