I first ran across Bleacher Report in February of 2008. At the time, the Patriots had just been stunned by the Giants in Super Bowl XLII. I don't recall how I stumbled onto the site, but I do remember that it was a very different place then. My best description would have to be that it was a free-for-all where any Tom, Dick, and Mary could post anonymous comments that often included language that was, um, not exactly kosher. Unnamed people, including myself, I'm not going to lie, called each other every name in the book. There were vicious arguments. It was ugly. Kind of like what you might run across on NFL.com today, only more so. And there were no consequences unless somebody felt sufficiently offended to flag a comment, in which case the comment would be deleted. Nobody had ...
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