Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 11/20/14
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There was a lot of fans who found pleasure in watching the Baltimore Ravens beat up on the New England Patriots Sunday night — hello Jets fans — but no one was more happy to see the Pats get laid out on their home turf than linebacker Terrell Suggs. When the dust settled, after the Ravens convincing 28-13 AFC Championship Game victory, Suggs didn't mince words and unleashed his bottled-up hatred of the team by saying: "Tell them to have fun at the Pro Bowl.  Arrogant f---ers." The Ravens' defensive stalwart saved his most succinct jabs for Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and the supposed football genius's Super Bowl dry spell since the infamous Spygate incident — when the team were caught videotaping signals of Jets' defensive coaches during an early-season game in 2007. "These are the most arrogant p----- in the world starting with (Bill) Belichick on down ... ever since Spygate they haven't been able to win," he told Yahoo! Sports. Belichick was fined $500,000 for his underlings taking the X's and O's-rated video. The surly Belichick hasn't won a Super Bowl since the 2004 season and the hooded sore loser didn't make any new friends yesterday when he snubbed CBS sideline reporter Steve Tasker after the loss. Suggs' choice of words shouldn't be a big deal.  He just saying what a lot of fans think anyway.
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