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    Can you ever be happy with a win without looking for a fight or a one upper?

     
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    Can you ever be happy with a win without looking for a fight or a one upper?

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    +1

     
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    To bad you both didn't lose.

     
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    Babe's around and still whining about the defense.

     
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    It is obvious why the Jets trolls are not here, and they will not come back unless the Pats lose in the playoffs or the SB (to try and get some sort of pleasure from our collective disapointment)  

    The so called irrationals will be back and can still argue, that despite losing big, Sanchez had a career passing day for him (26-36, 301 yds, 1 td) proving the defense is a sieve , the score would have been close if not for the turnovers, the Jets still moved on the defense easily but could not hold onto the ball, good teams would not make so may mistakes (guess Colts are not as good team either).
    The Patriots did it moslty by the pass setting up the run, not the other way around.

    As far as the defense causing those turnovers, and it being by design (a la Chicago Bears), they wil say  that the Patriots cannot always rely on those things to happen and when they don't they are in trouble.

    I've been reading your back and forths and know the script..its been going on for 3 years or more.

    Don't worry, they're coming, you are not off the hook!

     
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    In response to Neal Page's comment:
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    In response to patsbandwagonsince76's comment:
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    Obvious why the Jets trolls are not here and will not come back unless the Pats lose in the playoffs or the SB (to try and get some sort of pleasure from our collective disapointment)  

    The so called irrationals will be back and can still argue, that despite losing big, Sanchez had a career passing day for him (26-36, 301 yds, 1 td) proving the defense is a sieve , the score would have been close if not for the turnovers, the Jets still moved on the defense easily but could not hold onto the ball, good teams would not make so may mistakes (guess Colts are not as good team either).
    The Patriots did it moslty by the pass setting up the run, not the other way around.

    As far as the defense causing those turnovers, and it being by design (a la Chicago Bears), they wil say  that the Patriots cannot always rely on those things to happen and when they don't they are in trouble.

    I've been reading your back and forths and know the script..its been going on for 3 years or more.

    Don't worry, they're coming, you are not off the hook!

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    How is 60-80 yards in passing during garbage time equating to this D as a "sieve"?  The D is a sieve with 2 4th down stands, fumbles, INTs, sacks, rushes, nice plays on D over and over?

    Are you dumb? That's no different than Rex RYan referencing his 94 rating at the end of the game as if it meant something. It MEANS NOTHING when you're completely outplayed! Izt points to how pointless it is that you just mentioned 301 yards 1 TD/1 INT actually equating to it being a good day for a QB in this era. LOL!

    You're clueless. That's terrible. He barely got to 300 yards passing and it only came due to backups and garbage time.

    Wilfork blasted the supposed "best right guard in football" (Brandon Moore) backwards for that hilarious Sanchez debacle to even happen yet the D is a "sieve"?  What on earth?  How do you people live with yourself as fans? What are you looking for here? That was the Jets SB of SBs in dire need of a win to keep their season alive and they were waxed to the bejesus.

    Spikes is a beast. Ninkovich is Johnny on the Spot, Cunningham is making plays, Dennard is improving every week, McCourty is rock solid at Safety, etc, etc, etc.

    What games are you watching?

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    you are a riot. read my post carefully, thought you would pick up on it.

    You are really ready tear into these folks aren't you?

     
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    How is 60-80 yards in passing during garbage time equating to this D as a "sieve"?  The D is a sieve with 2 4th down stands, fumbles, INTs, sacks, rushes, nice plays on D over and over? Anyone pretending garbage time stats mean something, does not know the game. End of story. It's no different than BB choosing to use clock over yards in a 34-7 lead over Denver. Makes sense, it works and who cares about the yards?  Apparently, fanasy football pink hats do. lmao

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    I almost posted the exact same thing, in a less Rustyesque tone, until I read the post a little closer.

    "The so called irrationals will be back and can still argue, that despite losing big, Sanchez had a career passing day for him (26-36, 301 yds, 1 td) proving the defense is a sieve..."

     
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    ... are you arguing just to argue? You're attacking two people who are agreeing with you.


    Have you had a bad day, Rusty?  Do you need a hug?

     
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    How is 60-80 yards in passing during garbage time equating to this D as a "sieve"?  The D is a sieve with 2 4th down stands, fumbles, INTs, sacks, rushes, nice plays on D over and over? Anyone pretending garbage time stats mean something, does not know the game. End of story. It's no different than BB choosing to use clock over yards in a 34-7 lead over Denver. Makes sense, it works and who cares about the yards?  Apparently, fanasy football pink hats do. lmao

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    I almost posted the exact same thing, in a less Rustyesque tone, until I read the post a little closer.

    "The so called irrationals will be back and can still argue, that despite losing big, Sanchez had a career passing day for him (26-36, 301 yds, 1 td) proving the defense is a sieve..."

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    That doesn't make sense. He had like 225 yards before BB pulled the starters and played for the clock.

    Sanchez was horrendous and now 99% of their fans want him gone.  A lot of that has to do with BB's schemes, some continuity, good play calls, good rush, good coverage, etc.

    They tried like hell to run the ball to protect Sanchez and it didn't work.

    Get it?

    What games do you people watch when this team plays? I suggest PatsFan76 be a little bit better in the sarcasm department, because that wasn't very good.

     

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    don't know got you going didn't it?...all I did is recycle all the counter arguments given to your viewpoint that I have seen on this forum ten billion times, it was believable because it is taken from old posts from your rivals!

     
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