Nope. The Superbowl is cancelled for me this year.— (rachael) (@rachlynnkraus) January 21, 2019
This is what I’m watching on Sunday February 3 at around 5:30. For 3 plus hours. Better than the alternative. pic.twitter.com/ky8XJMRIjL— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) January 21, 2019
I’m not exactly interested enough to have a rooting interest, but I fully support the basic logic here. The St. Louis Rams don’t exist anymore. The Patriots have already won a bunch. What is really the harm to us old STL Rams fans if they win another?— Justin Striebel (@jstriebel22) January 20, 2019
It sucked in 2001 when the St. Louis Rams lost to NE and their spygate allegations. But it’s been 17 years. Kroenke screwed our city and left for LA. Tom Brady is now a proven legend. Go Patriots.— Our St. Louis Sports (@OurSTLSports) January 21, 2019
So, the greedy Billionaire purposely tanking it in St. Louis got him the top draft pick to ride to the Super Bowl. Used #STL as a pawn; shocked when our city came up with the funds demanded for a new stadium he never intended to build. No self-respecting St. Louisan is a Rams fan— Dogtown, Saint Louis (@Dogtown_STL) January 21, 2019
So because I'm from STL, I can't root for the Rams?? The team I cried over when I was 8 years old because they lost to the patriots? Fuck outta here— . . . (@JazDowner) January 21, 2019
Chiefs Fans: “STL DON’T FORGET.. THE RAMS LEF....” pic.twitter.com/PTEM7TdOFf— DJ® (@DuaneJJr) January 21, 2019
My plan is to bet the Rams and sorta root for a good game and for my bet to win. Like, I don't want the pats to win, but I also don't want to have the rams win and not have some sort of emotional hedge to distract me from sadness from 'what it might've been like in STL' thoughts— Brenden Schaeffer (@bschaeffer12) January 21, 2019
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