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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #45 on: August 17, 2012, 07:25:02 PM »
so happy that the Lions/Ravens game is on Fox right now.

Matty is looking good w/ 2 TD's to Calvin and Titus. Running Game not so much. Defense is doing pretty good as well

looks like the first team Offense will be out shortly

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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #46 on: August 17, 2012, 10:42:50 PM »
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As long as the Patriots don't go far this season, I'm ok.

Oh you just watch Starman, with that improved D and Brady playing the best years of his career, the Pat's are going far, and I can't wait for the season to start.

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« Reply #47 on: August 19, 2012, 12:50:50 PM »
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As long as the Patriots don't go far this season, I'm ok.

Oh you just watch Starman, with that improved D and Brady playing the best years of his career, the Pat's are going far, and I can't wait for the season to start.
they have a good chance of going back to the SB. where they would face Detroit  ;)

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« Reply #48 on: August 19, 2012, 01:25:23 PM »
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As long as the Patriots don't go far this season, I'm ok.

Oh you just watch Starman, with that improved D and Brady playing the best years of his career, the Pat's are going far, and I can't wait for the season to start.
they have a good chance of going back to the SB. where they would face Detroit  ;)

Defense would be a non-factor. Brady and Stafford would each pass for 400+ yards  :D

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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #49 on: August 19, 2012, 04:46:16 PM »
Here's my insane predictions (but remember! I predicted the Nats would be in the World Series back in March...and look now...)

NFC North: Green Bay
NFC East: New York
NFC South: Carolina (although they'll go 8-8 or 9-7. it's a weak division)
NFC West: Seattle
Wild Cards: San Fran, Detroit

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

AFC North: Baltimore
AFC East: Buffalo (cause the Pats need to fall eventually)
AFC South: Houston
AFC West: Denver
Wild Cards: New England, Pittsburgh

AFC Championship: Houston over Pittsburgh

Super Bowl: SEATTLE OVER HOUSTON LED BY MVP/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUSSELL WILSON
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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #50 on: August 19, 2012, 05:07:50 PM »
lol AP. I will admit Russel is looking to be the starter of Flynn.

but switch Green Bay and Detroit and I'll be ok  ;)

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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #51 on: August 20, 2012, 07:41:20 AM »
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Here's my insane predictions (but remember! I predicted the Nats would be in the World Series back in March...and look now...)

NFC North: Green Bay
NFC East: New York
NFC South: Carolina (although they'll go 8-8 or 9-7. it's a weak division)
NFC West: Seattle
Wild Cards: San Fran, Detroit

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

AFC North: Baltimore
AFC East: Buffalo (cause the Pats need to fall eventually)
AFC South: Houston
AFC West: Denver
Wild Cards: New England, Pittsburgh

AFC Championship: Houston over Pittsburgh

Super Bowl: SEATTLE OVER HOUSTON LED BY MVP/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUSSELL WILSON
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The Pats will fall once Brady and Belichick retire  :D

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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #52 on: September 07, 2012, 08:07:30 AM »
^ you spelled "Belicheat" wrong.  :P

anyway, looks like both Delmas and Houston are listed as "questionable" by the Lions for this Sunday's game. As the two of them are far and away the best players the Lions have in their secondary, this is not good news.   :(

Oh yeah, Dallas beat NYG and nobody here cared.

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Re: NFL 2012-2013
« Reply #53 on: September 07, 2012, 02:55:04 PM »
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Here's my insane predictions (but remember! I predicted the Nats would be in the World Series back in March...and look now...)

NFC North: Green Bay
NFC East: New York
NFC South: Carolina (although they'll go 8-8 or 9-7. it's a weak division)
NFC West: Seattle
Wild Cards: San Fran, Detroit

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

AFC North: Baltimore
AFC East: Buffalo (cause the Pats need to fall eventually)
AFC South: Houston
AFC West: Denver
Wild Cards: New England, Pittsburgh

AFC Championship: Houston over Pittsburgh

Super Bowl: SEATTLE OVER HOUSTON LED BY MVP/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUSSELL WILSON
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the Pats look like they actually may have a stronger team then their Super Bowl team last year. they finally have an outside deep threat (B.Lloyd) which they haven't had since Moss was lighting it up and their D should be better then it was last year. Their running game should be a lot better then last year also. the only real worry is how the O-line will hold up. Buffalo will improve but it's still the Pats division till Brady and Belichick retire.

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« Reply #54 on: September 08, 2012, 06:13:58 AM »
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Here's my insane predictions (but remember! I predicted the Nats would be in the World Series back in March...and look now...)

NFC North: Green Bay
NFC East: New York
NFC South: Carolina (although they'll go 8-8 or 9-7. it's a weak division)
NFC West: Seattle
Wild Cards: San Fran, Detroit

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

AFC North: Baltimore
AFC East: Buffalo (cause the Pats need to fall eventually)
AFC South: Houston
AFC West: Denver
Wild Cards: New England, Pittsburgh

AFC Championship: Houston over Pittsburgh

Super Bowl: SEATTLE OVER HOUSTON LED BY MVP/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUSSELL WILSON
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the Pats look like they actually may have a stronger team then their Super Bowl team last year. they finally have an outside deep threat (B.Lloyd) which they haven't had since Moss was lighting it up and their D should be better then it was last year. Their running game should be a lot better then last year also. the only real worry is how the O-line will hold up. Buffalo will improve but it's still the Pats division till Brady and Belichick retire.

Agreed, the D is much improved and looked pretty good in preseason, but hopefully Tom can stay upright enough to get his passes off because that line is looking sketchy at the moment.

But heck, it's a great privilege to have Brady and Belichick  ;D

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« Reply #55 on: September 08, 2012, 10:38:37 AM »
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Here's my insane predictions (but remember! I predicted the Nats would be in the World Series back in March...and look now...)

NFC North: Green Bay
NFC East: New York
NFC South: Carolina (although they'll go 8-8 or 9-7. it's a weak division)
NFC West: Seattle
Wild Cards: San Fran, Detroit

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

AFC North: Baltimore
AFC East: Buffalo (cause the Pats need to fall eventually)
AFC South: Houston
AFC West: Denver
Wild Cards: New England, Pittsburgh

AFC Championship: Houston over Pittsburgh

Super Bowl: SEATTLE OVER HOUSTON LED BY MVP/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUSSELL WILSON
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the Pats look like they actually may have a stronger team then their Super Bowl team last year. they finally have an outside deep threat (B.Lloyd) which they haven't had since Moss was lighting it up and their D should be better then it was last year. Their running game should be a lot better then last year also. the only real worry is how the O-line will hold up. Buffalo will improve but it's still the Pats division till Brady and Belichick retire.

Agreed, the D is much improved and looked pretty good in preseason, but hopefully Tom can stay upright enough to get his passes off because that line is looking sketchy at the moment.

But heck, it's a great privilege to have Brady and Belichick ;D

So you condone cheaters, nice. Are you a fan of Jonathan Vilma also?

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« Reply #56 on: September 08, 2012, 11:56:19 AM »
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Here's my insane predictions (but remember! I predicted the Nats would be in the World Series back in March...and look now...)

NFC North: Green Bay
NFC East: New York
NFC South: Carolina (although they'll go 8-8 or 9-7. it's a weak division)
NFC West: Seattle
Wild Cards: San Fran, Detroit

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

AFC North: Baltimore
AFC East: Buffalo (cause the Pats need to fall eventually)
AFC South: Houston
AFC West: Denver
Wild Cards: New England, Pittsburgh

AFC Championship: Houston over Pittsburgh

Super Bowl: SEATTLE OVER HOUSTON LED BY MVP/ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUSSELL WILSON
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the Pats look like they actually may have a stronger team then their Super Bowl team last year. they finally have an outside deep threat (B.Lloyd) which they haven't had since Moss was lighting it up and their D should be better then it was last year. Their running game should be a lot better then last year also. the only real worry is how the O-line will hold up. Buffalo will improve but it's still the Pats division till Brady and Belichick retire.

Agreed, the D is much improved and looked pretty good in preseason, but hopefully Tom can stay upright enough to get his passes off because that line is looking sketchy at the moment.

But heck, it's a great privilege to have Brady and Belichick ;D

So you condone cheaters, nice. Are you a fan of Jonathan Vilma also?

Heeeerrrreee we go, typical NFL fan always bringing up the "Spygate" crap so they can find another reason to trash the Patriots. The Patriots didn't actually do anything wrong, it was just (successfully I might add)blown out of proportion by the media. Don't even get me started because you'll just be wrong. Pats didn't cheat, and everyone in New England knows that, but everyone else in the country hasn't seemed to have caught up yet, including yourself.

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« Reply #57 on: September 08, 2012, 03:00:58 PM »
"The Patriots didn't actually do anything wrong"

Yes. They. Did. And they were punished by the NFL for it. If they had done nothing wrong there would have been no punishment.

"Don't even get me started because you'll just be wrong. Pats didn't cheat"

Yes. They. Did.  See "they did nothing wrong"  above.

"and everyone in New England knows that, but everyone else in the country hasn't seemed to have caught up yet, including yourself. "

Ummm, no. Everyone in the country KNOWS they cheated. So does the NFL. That's why they were punished. Duh....





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« Reply #58 on: September 08, 2012, 03:15:31 PM »
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"The Patriots didn't actually do anything wrong"

Yes. They. Did. And they were punished by the NFL for it. If they had done nothing wrong there would have been no punishment.

"Don't even get me started because you'll just be wrong. Pats didn't cheat"

Yes. They. Did.  See "they did nothing wrong"  above.

"and everyone in New England knows that, but everyone else in the country hasn't seemed to have caught up yet, including yourself. "

Ummm, no. Everyone in the country KNOWS they cheated. So does the NFL. That's why they were punished. Duh....






JT, you stole my thunder.

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« Reply #59 on: September 08, 2012, 03:50:49 PM »
It was blown WAY out of proportion, and pretty much every team was doing practically the same thing in terms of the signals, the Pats just got "caught" doing something they thought was in the rules, but misinterpreted it.

The thing that I think is pretty funny is whenever someone doesn't like the Pats or they're jealous, they just go straight to the Spygate silliness. I guess It's easy to have resentment towards a team which has been to 5 Superbowl's in the last 11 years.

Spygate was easily the most overblown controversy in the history of sports, it was just ridiculous. 
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