Originally written on Players View  |  Last updated 10/19/14

ST. LOUIS - OCTOBER 13: Running back Marshall Faulk #28 of the St. Louis Rams struts around after he scored a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders in the second half on October 13,2002 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. The Rams defeated the Raiders 28-13. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
There is nothing like Super Bowl week. Former St. Louis Rams running back Marshall Faulk did a lot of venting at the site of  his greatest defeat to the New England Patriots during Super Bowl 36. Faulk spoke with CSNNE  at the New Orleans Super Dome, the site of this year’s game that also staged that game. Please Click Here To Read This Story. The post Marshall Faulk is still upset with the New England Patriots for “being cheated out of the Super Bowl.” appeared first on Players View Dot Net
8 Comments:
  • Hey Crybaby you LOST!!!
  • It is amazing he is still crying. Grow up....you should have won the game as the big favorites you were. Nothing worse than a athlete still crying about a game that they should have won!
  • Waaaaaaaaaa Waaa waaa waaaaaaaaaaaa!
  • Convenient but old/meaningless excuse. Pats out-toughed them. Nothing to do with videotapes crybaby.
  • It only takes one incident to ruin your reputation and creditability. It is unfortunate the Patriots allowed/condoned this behavior. Whenever I view their coach on the sideline I don't see a great strategist, I see a cheater and wonder how many other victories were tarnished by his behavior. No gentlemanly class displayed here. Vince Lombardi he is not.
  • Marshall Faulk has a right to feel the way he does.. The Rams were cheated.. Maybe if all this stuff didn't come out about the Pats I may agree with the Pats fans here.. But truth is, New England did things and got caught, they received the biggest fine in NFL history.. Players, Ex pat employees, all know what the Pats did .. They sneaked a camera in and filmed the walk thru before the Super Bowl.. They are scum!! That crap doesn't belong in the NFL!! Faulk, the Rams, the Rams Fans and NFL fans were cheated!!!
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