Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by NEPatsfan, Jul 16, 2017.
Patriots great Babe Parilli dies at 87
87, had a good life. Time to go.
Almost had 3,500 passing yards in a season. Quite a feat back in the 60s. Granted he chucked the ball a lot, ballsy those days lol.
Prob. doesn't need General Board though... doubt many folks will remember who he was and this isn't that noteworthy of a death (just age).
He played for several teams, including before the Patriots existed.
Oh nooooooos! An AFL/NFL legend died and it was posted on the GB.
"Babe" played in 12 or more games per season for 3 different teams, back when it was a 14 game season.
Green Bay, Oakland, Boston.
But because it involves the Pats, right?
Riposare in pace Vito
Even in death, the butthurt hate runs deep on the hoop
Nope....spin it as you will. I'm of opinion it's team board material
you fuckers assume a lot
No, your opinion is simply reflective of your dislike of all things Patriots.
By the way he was also QB coach of the Broncos and the Steelers, including coaching Terry Bradshaw. He also has a SB ring as 2nd to Broadway Joe for the Jets.
But yeah, he only has a connection to the AFL and NFL via the Patriots.
now your slinging baseless bullshit which is typical of you.
I seldom discuss anything pats. here
best looking women....what else?
Yet you are whining about an AFL/NFL legend's passing on the GB.
Yes we are assuming you didn't agree with Shark this post belonged on the Pats board
Well, you know there are people older than that who are doing ok. I know a guy that's 103 and he still drives, mows his lawn, etc. He's sharp, too. So, when you're 86, you might think differently!
You just confused most of the people in this place that didnt know the Patriots played in their area till Tom Brady arrived
Very possible on these boards.
If you enjoy sports history, I recommend reading "From Darkness to Dynasty", history of the New England Patriots. There success, while much is owed to BB and Brady, really stems from the current ownership.
I lived much of it.
True enough, you know your (and our) football history.
And you are very good at busting our chops to.
Carry on please.
wayyyyyyy before my time, but i always thought he was a career patriot. came on at 31, no shit.
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