If you having a conversation about the most heel (evil, bad guys) teams in sports, which team would you bring up first?

The Golden State Warriors would probably be the team most people think of as they turned into a team everyone loved to a team everyone loved to hate in the span of three seasons.



The #Warriors are NBA champions for the second time in three years. #NBAFinals

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There aren't many teams out there that people love to hate more than the Warriors, but one of the few teams has to be the New England Patriots.



La famiglia 💪🏆💯

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Fans hate the fact that the Patriots have won so many titles and they aren't showing signs of slowing down.

Plus, there were also the whole "Spygate" and "Deflategate" sagas that made many fans label the Pats as cheaters, and even though they were punished for both, they still kept on winning.



Catch me at the parade How Bout Dat

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The defending champions are primed for a deep run once again after an incredible offseason in which they added Brandon Cooks, Mike Gillislee and Stephon Gilmore.




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If fans somehow needed another reason to hate the Patriots, though, the team gave it to them:

Whether it be confidence or cockiness, the Patriots franchise is in a position where they can pretty much do whatever they want.

They're going to win the AFC East, probably finish as the top seed in the AFC and get home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.  At that point it's all about winning one game which will probably be against the Chiefs or Texans (AFC Championship here we come).

So, yeah, if you're expecting the Pats to stumble and for this ticket move to backfire, don't get your hopes up.