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Old November 4, 2007, 07:51 PM
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WOOOOHOOOO! 10 down in the fourth to win by four! That oughta shut the haters up. Pats are gonna go all the way this year...
i 2nd that..
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Old November 4, 2007, 09:22 PM
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Manning didn't have Harrison while TB had his whole offense working for him. Some of the plays would have been different with Harrison there. I like both teams, except I pick Manning over Brady (comes off as too arrogant + lacking in class) when these two face off.

Unfortunately for me, I live in DC and I had to watch Brady at his best last week. He is playing like a man possessed and the Pats should go on undefeated this season.
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Old November 4, 2007, 10:18 PM
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Good comeback by the Patriots. That lost fumble changed everything. There seems to be some tension between the coaches.
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Old November 5, 2007, 04:58 AM
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TB for the first time in his carrier has some legit receivers at his disposal. A tightend who can catch. But without a decent Ground game no team can win a superbowl. You know it, I know it everyone knows it. So we wait and see through this season how good a running game they can muster.
They went 14-2 and won Superbowl XVIII and had no running game, they guy under that hoodie is a genius.

BTW: Did anyone see AP run for 296!
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Old November 5, 2007, 04:11 PM
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They went 14-2 and won Superbowl XVIII and had no running game, they guy under that hoodie is a genius.

BTW: Did anyone see AP run for 296!
No running game? Hmm!! The redskin superbowl? Byner and Ervins and combined over 100 rushing yards. On the contrary, Bills could not muster a running game. Thurman Thomas had an aweful outing. Bills total yards were less than 50 yards if I remember correctly. Without the running game one can not win a Superbowl. You can not control the clock. Even "the St. Louis show" had Faulk catching the ball flat or just above the line of scrimmiage and busting the opponents with his runs. I have seen Dallas, 49ers, NE, Pittsburg all team do that. Yes, defense wins championships (in any sports) but to win superbowl one must control the clock which is the running game.

Hoodie is a genius and there is no doubt. His defensive game planning was just too good for the last few years. However, without the aids of video tape we will see how his career goes from here as a coach.

AP is a beast. He is a monster. He will break all rookie records. That is scary.
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Old November 5, 2007, 04:57 PM
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NE will go down hill from here... They have miss placed all the video of the rest of team they have to play coach is furious for losing his video footage of the opponents...

BTW T_E i predicted the NE vs Colts game right... I should be declared the 2007/08 champ...
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Old November 5, 2007, 05:23 PM
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...BTW T_E i predicted the NE vs Colts game right... I should be declared the 2007/08 champ...
Nice try. You are partially right. However, in the AFC championship game Colts will beat the hell out of NE (if they make it that far).

NE may get a good beating in the hands of Pittsburg or San Diego in the playoffs.
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Old November 5, 2007, 06:09 PM
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No running game? Hmm!! The redskin superbowl? Byner and Ervins and combined over 100 rushing yards. On the contrary, Bills could not muster a running game. Thurman Thomas had an aweful outing. Bills total yards were less than 50 yards if I remember correctly. Without the running game one can not win a Superbowl. You can not control the clock. Even "the St. Louis show" had Faulk catching the ball flat or just above the line of scrimmiage and busting the opponents with his runs. I have seen Dallas, 49ers, NE, Pittsburg all team do that. Yes, defense wins championships (in any sports) but to win superbowl one must control the clock which is the running game.
sorry I meant Superbowl XXXVIII the year the pats went 14-2 reg season beat the panthers in the SB.
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Old November 5, 2007, 07:54 PM
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BTW T_E i predicted the NE vs Colts game right... I should be declared the 2007/08 champ...
NE was always going to win against the Colts. Im just surprised it wasnt by a bigger margin. I guess some of those horrendous calls took their toll. Colts must have bought off the refs...

Buffalo Bills, youre next!
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Old November 8, 2007, 12:49 PM
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NE was always going to win against the Colts. Im just surprised it wasnt by a bigger margin. I guess some of those horrendous calls took their toll. Colts must have bought off the refs...

Buffalo Bills, youre next!
Not a Colts fan, but if any team thats into buying a ref or some other sort of, should I say, extracurricular activities, it is none other than Pats. You know what I mean
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Old November 8, 2007, 02:40 PM
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Not a Colts fan, but if any team thats into buying a ref or some other sort of, should I say, extracurricular activities, it is none other than Pats. You know what I mean
Yeah yeah, laugh all you want, but if theres anything i take away from that whole spygate thing (which people never seem to let go by the way), its that Belichicks probably the least likely of all the coaches to be video surveilling anyone right now. That 500K fine should stop him from trying anything further. Hes also the least popular, not many people here like him either. But youve got to admit, the mans a genius...
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Old November 8, 2007, 03:02 PM
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Yeah yeah, laugh all you want, but if theres anything i take away from that whole spygate thing (which people never seem to let go by the way), its that Belichicks probably the least likely of all the coaches to be video surveilling anyone right now. That 500K fine should stop him from trying anything further. Hes also the least popular, not many people here like him either. But youve got to admit, the mans a genius...
He is not a genius. He got caught stealing. if it was some other country and some other sports he would have been banned for at least some years. no matter how better his team plays he can't deny that he did that... All those super bowl games who know what would have had happen if he didn't had the footage...
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Old November 8, 2007, 03:35 PM
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Yeah yeah, laugh all you want, but if theres anything i take away from that whole spygate thing (which people never seem to let go by the way), its that Belichicks probably the least likely of all the coaches to be video surveilling anyone right now. That 500K fine should stop him from trying anything further. Hes also the least popular, not many people here like him either. But youve got to admit, the mans a genius...
uh..until Brady arrived, he was an average coach at best. He sucked at Cleveland. Plus, if you already have opposing D's signals and have it burnt into DVD"s at half time, any good team with good players will benefit from that. They are a very good team and no doubt about it. This chorabusiness has been going on with him for years until he got caught this year. Maybe, it explains, why he was so successful when he meets a team for the second time in that particular year. All of the three superbowl victories have come by a margin of three points? Wonder, what would have happened if he didn't have additional help!

The fact is, he is a thief. NFL says so. They punished him for that. He brought it upon himself and his team. Its not our fault..
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Old November 8, 2007, 10:21 PM
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uh..until Brady arrived, he was an average coach at best. He sucked at Cleveland.
Hey, I hate the dude as much as the next guy. The guys a cheat, theres no doubt about that. He did pretty bad in Cleveland. But all that proves is that the Patriots team is alot better than that. Personally, I dont give rats behind about a teams coach. Its the players that matter. And the Patriots players are right up there with the best...
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Old November 8, 2007, 10:38 PM
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Well..good luck to you guys Farhad! I have Dec.9 circled. I think we are the only team left on your schedule that is remotely capable of beating Pats this year...
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Old November 9, 2007, 11:56 AM
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How about in the playoffs? one loss and they are out. Be it to Pittsburg, Tenn, Jags, Chargers.
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Its a good week for NFC east fans.Readskins vs Eagles and more importantly Giants vs Cowboys
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I wil definitely miss Jets this week but I guess Giants will do.
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Washington Redskins star Taylor dies from gunshot
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Old November 28, 2007, 12:16 AM
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Sad indeed.
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Old November 30, 2007, 12:03 PM
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bubble busted on the packers. They are now two games behind dallas with four games to play. Farve got hurt. His start stats is in jeoperdy. But I think he can still start just to keep the record grow.

Dallas almost securing the Home court throughout the playoffs for NFC.
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KC is done for the session. QB injured, Running back injured...
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KC is done for the session. QB injured, Running back injured...
How about Herm Edwards? Is he on the hot seat?

BTW, I was at the game last year in Heinz Field when KC visited. Always a big fan of larry Johnson from the Penn State years. Made it to two games this year vs 49ers and Ravens. Going to my third game of the year Sunday night vs the Bengals - mud bowl II awaits !
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