Football fans were utterly distressed Sunday night as the New England Patriots secured a spot in yet another Super Bowl.
The Patriots scored in the last quarter of the AFC championship against the Jacksonville Jaguars in a 20-24 win. Jacksonville was leading for the majority of the game and was up by 3 points in the fourth quarter when Patriots receiver Danny Amendola scored with less than 3 minutes left in the game.
This marks the eighth Super Bowl appearance for the team since 2000, and while Patriots fans are rejoicing, quite a few football fans are tired of the team’s repeated arrival to the biggest game in the NFL.
Twitter was overrun with disapproval and despair.
Ugh, I'd rather eat a tide pod than watch another Patriots Superbowl.— Ms Impeccable Timing (@AshleyMClark92) January 21, 2018
wife: how do the patriots keep doing this?— NebFBCommenter (@NebFBCommenter) January 21, 2018
Me: because we live in a fallen world where evil must exist to facilitate an appreciation of joy. this too shall pass
Wife: ...ok take it easy on the bourbon champ
Anooooother patriots super bowl. Fuck this is lame. Not that I even hate the patriots. Just tired of seeing the same team in there year after year. It’s boring... unless you’re a pats fan I guess— Aaron (@AaronBoyd) January 21, 2018
I can't express how strongly I feel about this but I'll try...— chio (@la_xxio) January 21, 2018
FUCK THE PATRIOTS.
O great. The Patriots are in the Super Bowl again. Just kill me now pic.twitter.com/MckFAw5cGH— Mike Colucci (@Colucci715) January 21, 2018
The fact that we have to watch another Super Bowl with the fucking Patriots. I’m done, kill me now, I’m over ittt.— Leah❂ (@leahcrick) January 21, 2018
I don’t even care about the patriots winning or losing, I just think it’s boring to watch the same team there all the time.— Crendor (@crendor) January 21, 2018
Another rigged game pic.twitter.com/1ept50eXKU— Resign Juice-Draft a QB (@PhinsCuseYanks) January 21, 2018
I hate anything and everything about the Patriots.— PrestonMitchum (@PrestonMitchum) January 21, 2018
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.