The last few years have been brutal for the American football team, with injuries to stars like Tom Brady, Joe Flacco, Russell Wilson, and Cam Newton, to name a few.

With the 2016 season just a few months away, we asked some of our best football fans to share their favorite and worst villains in football.

“I like the one who kills everyone.

I like the ones who are bad people.”

– Dan Graziano, former player and current writer for Bleacher Nation article The first time Dan Gazziano saw the Patriots in the Super Bowl in 2016, he was just 12 years old.

Grazian, a former player on the University of Florida Gators and former head coach at the University.

was on the field with his team, playing defensive back and safety.

His goal was to be on the sideline with his teammate and teammate-in-arms.

That was the moment Gazzi first saw the New England Patriots.

He’s now a writer and editor for Bleachers NFL coverage.

Gazzino’s first Super Bowl memory was the Patriots’ win over the Falcons.

His second Super Bowl memories were when he and the other Florida Gators fans had a great moment in the tunnel after the game.

He was so proud of them.

The third Super Bowl was also when he witnessed the Patriots make history.

Gazian was on a plane when they made history.

The Patriots and Falcons were playing for the first time in the AFC Championship game.

The game ended up being a tie-breaker because of time and the number of timeouts the Falcons had, and they won in overtime.

Gaviano was on that plane.

 “When the game was over, they brought out the Super Famas to celebrate the championship.

I remember the Patriots coming over and I remember a guy with a big grin on his face and he was looking at me and I was just like, ‘You guys won.’

It was amazing.”

– Mike Graziani, former Florida Gators player and former writer for B/R article In 2016, Grazi and his Florida Gators team lost the Superbowl to the Denver Broncos.

After the game, Gazziani and the rest of his team headed to a hotel room to celebrate.

They were so excited to have a victory, Gaziani said.

Gannon was not so excited.

“When I came back from that hotel room, I was sitting at the kitchen table.

I had a Super Fama with me.

I just had to look at it and say, ‘Oh, that was awesome.

That is awesome.

Let’s get back to Florida.'”

– Mike, former Gators player, writer, and current Bleacher contributor article Mike Gazzian’s greatest Super Bowl moment was when he scored a touchdown for the Patriots against the Falcons in the 2016 AFC Championship Game.

He went back to the hotel room after the Super bowl and began taking selfies with the Superfamas.

Ganais teammates came over and offered to give him the Superfans.

Gannais teammates offered him the camera to take more selfies.

Gannies teammates offered to take selfies with Gazzies jersey in the air.

He took the photos.

Ganes teammates offered Gazzis jerseys.

Ganzies teammates gave him jerseys.

“That was the highlight of my Super Bowl year,” Gazzias teammates said.

Gazzies Super Famah.

“When the Superbowl was over we all had a good laugh about how great it was, how we had a win.

That’s all I remember.”

– Gannys teammates, former players, and writers article Gannes teammates, teammates, and reporters were all in attendance at the Superdome on January 3, 2017, to watch the SuperBowl.

They had just seen the Patriots beat the Falcons for the third time in four years.

Gaver was not at the game with his teammates.

“It was kind of cool because I was not a Superfan.

I’m not one of those people that loves a team and a game,” Gaver said.

I played for the Florida Gators, and I played college football and I always wanted to be a football player, and that was my dream. “

When I was a kid I was very much a fan.

I played for the Florida Gators, and I played college football and I always wanted to be a football player, and that was my dream.

That dream came true when I went to the NFL.

I was able to do it because I had the SuperDome to watch and play in front of my family.

That day really brought it home for me.

The next day we were all at the hotel, eating dinner, and it was just awesome, and then the next day, I saw it and I knew it was a dream come true.

It was a beautiful day.”

– Will Gazzie, former defensive end, writer for SB Nation, and former Florida Gator, writer