Originally posted by The Thrill Feel the history, y'all...see ya in San Diego, AFC reps. (Whoever you are.)
If you'd kindly look at Patriots.com, you can see a Superbowl Championship that was actually.. you know.. awarded THIS year, not Championships awarded to a grip of players that are retired or play elsewhere in the twilight of their careers.
Whoever the NFC sends, whether it be the Eagles, the Bucs, the Packers, the Falcons, whoever. You better be prepared to feel how the Rams felt this past February. And that's beaten on the World's Biggest Stage by the Pats!
Do I think the WWE should listen to the opinions of the Internet? Absolutely. Do I think WWE should be dictated by the opinions of the Internet? No. Comments and articles that are written on the 'net are the opinions of fans, the fans that drive our product and deserve to be heard. If there is a large group of people who have the same opinions on a certain issue, maybe that issue needs to be addressed or revisited. I think we miss the boat if we don't. One thing about the Internet wrestling community--whether they think the shows are good or bad - they are probably our most dedicated fans, because they watch the shows every week. They love professional wrestling, and you can't really question that. -Matt Hardy, speaking very true words.
Here is the number of players leaving early by conference
WAC - 1 Ashley Lelie(Hawaii)
Mountain West - 1
Luke Staley (BYU)
Pac 10 - 1
Jerramy Stevens (Washington)
ACC - 2
Joe Burns (Georgia Tech), Julius Peppers (North Carolina)