Admit it. You hate them. At least a little bit. It wasn't enough for them to have the upstart football team that toppled the Greatest Show on Turf and turned that into a mini-dynasty. A mini-dynasty that started a new coaching tree (from an old coaching tree), created a new way to build a team, a new way to play the game, and new way to be introduced at the Super Bowl, and a new Golden Boy. No, that wasn't enough. They had to go out and (correctly) overcompensate for their biggest flaw and become what appears to be an unstoppable juggernaut on their path to their fourth Super Bowl this decade. Then waive their penalties in the face of the league as they got caught breaking some rules, and use that motivation to become, perhaps, an even more unstoppable juggernaut. It still wasn't enough to satisfy Boston Fans. They had to get the biggest comeback in the history of postseason play against their biggest rival. They had to come back from 0-3 in a best-of-seven series, and win the final two games at Yankee Stadium. Then sweep their opponent in the World Series. Then break the hearts of fans in another long-suffering city a few years later and sweep their World Series opponent again. Then they had to have movie after movie and book after book about the experience. They had to expand around the nation, and overwhelm all other fans to the point of contempt previously only known for Duke, Notre Dame, and Yankee fans. And it still wasn't enough. They had to resurrect a listless franchise that had been mired in mediocrity for years through a couple of brilliant (on their end) trades. They had to assemble a big three in basketball that, if they stay healthy, should have no problem steamrolling their way to at least a Conference Finals appearance. And then we get subjected to a month straight of Sports Illustrated covers featuring these teams. And a college team that has a good season, a Heisman candidate, and a #2 ranking for part of the year. They've got two of the best journalists in sports (Peter King and Bill Simmons) on their bandwagon. I hate Boston Sports. I hope for injuries to Brady, Moss, Garnett, Allen, Ramirez, Ortiz, Papelbon, Becket, etc. I hope for a 16-1 season for the Patriots, ending in a humiliating playoff loss, to be followed by an off-season labeling their team the biggest postseason choke ever (yes, surpassing the 2004 Yankees). I hope that in the playoffs the one-man team (LeBron) defeats the Big Three in humiliating fashion, and LeBron posterizes each of the Big Three, each in their own defining moment. Grrr. I hate Boston Sports. At least their hockey team sucks (at least I think it does). But seeing as they are Boston, I'm sure they'll end up acquiring Crosby pretty soon. I hate Boston Sports. And so can you. Are you with me?