The Patriot Way

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Re: The Patriot Way

Unread postby NYGFan_Section208 » 1 month ago

SmartyBarrett wrote:https://twitter.com/ESanders_10/status/810872636410658817

Poor Emmanuel. Show me on the doll where the Patriots hurt you.


:lol: :lol: :lol:
The size of pro ath-a-lete's ego never fails to impress. Then again, probably need it to be that good...
Maybe he shoulda run all his routes on their side of the field so he could hear the coach's instructions better?
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RhowdyRam02 wrote:Really impressive to travel 2/3 of the way across the country on a short week to a place you historically struggle and take care of business like that when Brady had a poor game.



Agreed. Very solid game plan.
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Unread postby UCH21377 » 6 days ago

Lucky they were playing Houston/Oswelier last night.
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UCH21377 wrote:Lucky they were playing Houston/Oswelier last night.


That's for sure. That Houston defense was great. If they played any other offense, they probably would have lost. Unfortunately, there are no more Brocks on the schedule. He was really bad. And, his receivers couldn't catch a cold.
Last night convinced me that I want Pitt. next week. The Chiefs defensive line is better and that's what gave Brady fits last night.
The middle of offensive line had a strange game. They either broke down on plays or gave Brady all night to pass.

Unlike the idiots on the local sports shows, I anticipated a tough game last night.
Looking back, it may be better that it wasn't a blowout. Now they can keep that chip on their shoulder as they prepare for next week.
Hopefully, Mitchell will be back. Floyd had a chance to impress and failed. Brady either threw a perfect pass or a lousy one.

As always, I was holding my breathe in the last 4 minutes when the game was over. I'll never understand why Belichick keeps starters in to the end in games like that.

Saw an interesting, but true, quote on Facebook last night."We are really spoiled. We're the only fans that can win by 18 points and still be pissed."
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Unread postby rambone 78 » 6 days ago

What a game tonight by the Packers and Cowboys.....you can't give the #12 on GB any time or he'll beat you.....that plus a FG kicker who never misses.....

having said that, you have to give Dallas credit.....a rookie QB almost came back from 18 points down.....Prescott is a gamer and so is Elliot and that offensive line...whoa....bright future if you're a Cowboys fan [which I'm not]

The Giants have their work cut out for them if they're going to win their division any time soon.....

I will say...the Atlanta/GB game will be a track meet......neither will be a cakewalk for the Pats.....
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Unread postby ramster » 6 days ago

I thought at the time a mistake for Dallas to alike the ball on 1st down to stop the clock with about 50 seconds to go.
Then Dallas throws for about 7 yards, then it's 3rd down and incomplete pass.....now have to hold for FG to tie it. But if Dallas had not spiked it and wasted the first down they could have continued to drive closer and possibly go for the outright win.

But, Dallas leaves 28 seconds on the clock and what should have been OT in their own stadium they lose on FG. A hate those spikes and blowing the down.
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ramster wrote:I thought at the time a mistake for Dallas to alike the ball on 1st down to stop the clock with about 50 seconds to go.
Then Dallas throws for about 7 yards, then it's 3rd down and incomplete pass.....now have to hold for FG to tie it. But if Dallas had not spiked it and wasted the first down they could have continued to drive closer and possibly go for the outright win.

But, Dallas leaves 28 seconds on the clock and what should have been OT in their own stadium they lose on FG. A hate those spikes and blowing the down.


Absolutely. they really needed that play, and so what if the clock runs some more. What they didn't need (obviously) was Rodgers with the ball, a few seconds, and a chance to win.
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Unread postby rambone 78 » 6 hours ago

Hard to believe AR held onto that ball on the sack just before the 36 yd. pass......

Anyway sports fans....who will win tomorrow? I've got Atlanta in a barnburner over GB......AR's receivers are banged up.

I'll take either over the Pats in the SB though.....sorry not feeling it for Brady and co. although I expect they will beat the Steelers to get there.

Matt Ryan or AR will be at least a match for TB......Pats have feasted on teams with bad QB's....not this time.
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Unread postby The Dude » 3 hours ago

I think Atlanta will win if their defense plays like it did against the Cowboys. It was impressive and that's not something Atlanta is typically known for.
I think the Pats will win tomorrow. Lewis is going to give the Steelers fits.
If the Pats can win tomorrow and escape with very few injuries, I think they'll beat whoever wins the Atlanta vs. Green Bay game in the Super Bowl. I think the Patriots defense continues to play better with each passing game and will give either team serious problems in the Super Bowl. They only allow 15.6 points per game...essentially two touchdowns. That is an incredible stat. Plus, they have experience with being in a Super Bowl, which will allow them to handle the atmosphere and emotions a little better than the other team. In addition to all of that, the Pats already played against the number 1 defense in the league and put up over 30 points in that game, so I'd say they've got a really good shot at winning it all this year.
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