2012 Super Bowl: James Harrison Trash-Talks Patriots

James Harrison is participating in what's sure to be a popular form of trash talk following the New England Patriots' latest Super Bowl loss:

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0-2 post spy gate! Just saying!! Cant spell ELIte w/o Eli!! Night my friends!" Ditto goodnight!

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Naturally, this doesn't make a whole lot of sense -- the Pats finished 16-0 in the 2007 regular season after being caught cheating in early September of that year, and if they can do that without using video cameras to cheat, they can surely win a Super Bowl. The fact that they haven't done it yet has to make this particular line of trash talk infuriating for Pats fans, however, which of course is the point of the whole exercise. The Steelers -- who lost AFC Championship Games in 2001 and 2004, and made an early exit in the playoffs this year -- can at least take solace in that.

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For more on the Patriots, check out Pats Pulpit. For more on the Super Bowl-winning New York Giants, there's Big Blue View.

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