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Old 01-20-18, 10:21 PM   #7251
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Brady's got an injured finger, possibly won't start.
Believe me ZoW, he'll be there with bells on.

Although, I did have a great vision when I heard about the injury. Peggy Sawyer passing out when she heard the news.
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Old 01-20-18, 10:39 PM   #7252
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Oh sure he'll be there, but will he start...I don't know how bad the finger injury was
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Old 01-21-18, 01:18 AM   #7253
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He'll play--not really too worried about that. And if something does go amiss, I do believe Brian Hoyer could rise to the moment. Something about the team culture brings that out in players.
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Old 01-21-18, 02:34 AM   #7254
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He'll play--not really too worried about that. And if something does go amiss, I do believe Brian Hoyer could rise to the moment. Something about the team culture brings that out in players.
Naw. I have seen Hoyer this last season. All the cheating in the world will never make him a winning quarterback.
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Old 01-21-18, 06:39 PM   #7255
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Naw. I have seen Hoyer this last season. All the cheating in the world will never make him a winning quarterback.
He was able to win with Cleveland.
Was considered a legit starter just a couple of seasons ago.
He’s not the QB I want to see on the field, but if he has to play, they’ll figure it out.
In Bill We Trust.
Go Pats.
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Old 01-22-18, 02:08 AM   #7256
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That game was un be effing lievable! The Pats really need to stop this "Oh, we'll turn on the heat in the fourth quarter." That strategy has some real drawbacks. Glad the defense finally showed up.

Here we go, one more time!
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Old 01-22-18, 02:56 AM   #7257
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Re: NFL Thread Pt. II

and without Gronk. money in the bank seems like.
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Old 01-22-18, 03:05 AM   #7258
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Re: NFL Thread Pt. II

Philadelphia who was supposed to be the underdog in the playoffs despite being at home scored 38 points. Some nice passing by Foles.
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Old 01-22-18, 09:06 AM   #7259
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That game was un be effing lievable! The Pats really need to stop this "Oh, we'll turn on the heat in the fourth quarter." That strategy has some real drawbacks. Glad the defense finally showed up.

Here we go, one more time!
And yet, that fourth-quarter thing has been part of their makeup since 2001. The Patriots win with drama, which is why their reign has been filled with classics like this one. It's like they have to get a feel for their opponent before they can lock in and take a game over. They wait until even their long-time fans doubt if they can pull it out, then...they pull it out.

I knew Brady would have an excellent game, thumb injury or not. But I didn't expect Amendola's all-time best performance to show up when it did (what a touchdown catch in the fourth at the back of the end zone). He was on Welker's and Edelman's level today. And I didn't expect Gilmore to have his all-time best play come at the most crucial of moments (swatting away a deep fourth-down pass by Bortles), justifying his contract in an instant. And I didn't expect Lewis, who couldn't get in a groove all day, to finally get the most critical of runs when it counted the most. Just an awesome game.

Patriot haters, put aside your biases and hop aboard--this is exciting, dramatic, historic football; enjoy it while it lasts!

On to the Super Bowl!
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Philadelphia who was supposed to be the underdog in the playoffs despite being at home scored 38 points. Some nice passing by Foles.
I happen to love the thing with the dog heads. That's funny as HELL!

Foles really shut up any and all detractors. Never seen him look that good in a game.


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...Patriot haters, put aside your biases and hop aboard--this is exciting, dramatic, historic football; enjoy it while it lasts!

On to the Super Bowl!
I thought Jacksonville played a superb game. They just couldn't keep Brady on the sideline when it counted.

Not sure I hate anything more than opposing members of the NFC-East. Which means, I hate the Philly Eagles with a passion.

Pleas God, don't let the New England Patriots win another Super Bowl!
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