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Source: www.slate.com – Sunday, February 05, 2017
The Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals. The Cleveland Indians blew a 3-1 lead in the World Series. The Atlanta Falcons blew a 28-3 lead in the Super Bowl, which is pretty much a 3-1 lead cubed, so long as you also douse the cube in kerosene, strafe it with a blowtorch, and fumble it on your own 25-yard line while protecting a 16-point cushion in the fourth quarter. The Cleveland Cavaliers winning a title in LeBron James’ second year back in Ohio was amazing.* The Chicago Cubs winning their first World Series in 108 years was unbelievable. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick winning their fifth NFL title was … certainly something that some people will celebrate. But sports isn’t about championship dreams realized and confetti-strewn victory parades. Sports is failure. Sports is devastation. Sports is losing, horribly and painfully. Sports is your 2016-17 Atlanta Falcons, who somehow ended up on the wrong end of a 34-28 overtime defeat in the greatest, saddest Super Bowl ever played . With six minutes to go in the third quarter, Atlanta was up by 25 points and New England had no choice but to go for it on fourth down from its own 46-yard line. It was sad, really, but what choice did the Patriots have? Matt Ryan looked like Tom Brady, and Tom Brady looked like Drew Henson . The champ couldn’t quite connect with his fleet of bearded and/or lacrosse-playing receivers, and he’d been picked off by Robert Alford, whose pran

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