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    Can't wait to see what these idiots have to say tomorrow!

    Cool
     
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    [QUOTE]Can't wait to see what these idiots have to say tomorrow!
    Posted by NY-PATS-FAN4[/QUOTE]

    The Pats are anti-Christian. Just a bet.

     
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    I'm glad the Saints and Broncos are gone. So sick of hearing nothing about Brees and the Saints and Tebow and the Broncos all last week.
     
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    [QUOTE]I'm glad the Saints and Broncos are gone. So sick of hearing nothing about Brees and the Saints and Tebow and the Broncos all last week.
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    I bet that we will still hear about tebow all this coming week, and how he could have pulled it out or whatever
     
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    now if the g-men can only beat the packers....
     
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    [QUOTE]I'm glad the Saints and Broncos are gone. So sick of hearing nothing about Brees and the Saints and Tebow and the Broncos all last week.
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    Is it my imagination or did the officials do everything they could to keep the Saints in the game today?  

    Also, in the Pats game I saw two late hits on Brady, a late hit on Gronk along the sideline, but no flags.  I am sure that's why Chung made the hit when the game was well in hand.  Come to think of it, America's most Christian team was downright the dirtiest team in the post-season this year.  Agree?

     
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    Any team turning the ball over 5 times has no excuse! NO doesn't turn the ball over -- they WIN!In Response to Re: ESPN...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: ESPN... : Is it my imagination or did the officials do everything they could to keep the Saints in the game today?   Also, in the Pats game I saw two late hits on Brady, a late hit on Gronk along the sideline, but no flags.  I am sure that's why Chung made the hit when the game was well in hand.  Come to think of it, America's most Christian team was downright the dirtiest team in the post-season this year.  Agree?
    Posted by chrisakawoody[/QUOTE]
     
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    Who wants to bet that ESPN will come out with an article of something like "Bill showing his unsportsmanship and classless ways with a punt from Brady on 3rd down." Mark it. The Pats can never do right with ESPN. If they keep passing, they're running up the score. If they pull plays out of the hat like Brady's punt, they're trying to embarrass the other team and are classless.
     
    I can't wait to hear that moron Cris Carter tomorrow on how the "worst defense ever" faired tonight. He'll make some excuse about how Denver's offense is awful despite the fact that they just scored 29 points against the supposed 'best defense' in the league. LOL
     
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    lol story on facebook..."how will u remember the broncos season"?.....haha
     
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    Gotta hand it to Trey Wingo...he referenced the non-stop Tebow nonsense on the ESPN air and radio waves all week...said something about his employers going all Tebow, all the time.

    I don't really watch ESPN for anything but an overview.  The expertise on the program is lacking sometimes....could be worse though, they could have Matt Millen offering commentar....oh....wait....nevermind that.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: ESPN... : Is it my imagination or did the officials do everything they could to keep the Saints in the game today? [/QUOTE]
    I agree...The refs in SF missed a ton of calls.  That first PI was a junk call.  The guy didn't have to turn his head around.  The Saints TE had already touched the ball...terrible call.
     
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    [QUOTE]now if the g-men can only beat the packers....
    Posted by natesubs[/QUOTE]
    nate, been postiong that about all 3 other gaems since last week adn after our gaem as well.

    ie

    thread about iot.
    re saints bests team in teh palyoffs (maybe only sf had a chance to beat them.

    giants get rid of teh 2nd threat
    houston the third

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: ESPN... : Is it my imagination or did the officials do everything they could to keep the Saints in the game today?   Also, in the Pats game I saw two late hits on Brady, a late hit on Gronk along the sideline, but no flags.  I am sure that's why Chung made the hit when the game was well in hand.  Come to think of it, America's most Christian team was downright the dirtiest team in the post-season this year.  Agree?
    Posted by chrisakawoody[/QUOTE]


    i saw both too
     
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    Watching the NFL Network, I was very surprised to see Donovan McNabb in as an analyst and, a pretty good one. Even keeled and stating the nuances of the game that seem lost on other analysts, even ex-players. He looks a little bitter about not playing and I hope that doesn't effect him too much because from what I saw tonight, I hope he stays.
     
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    Yeah, I think I saw McNabb the other day as an analyst on ESPN...he was very good on tv.  He definitely should stay there.
     
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    [QUOTE]Yeah, I think I saw McNabb the other day as an analyst on ESPN...he was very good on tv.  He definitely should stay there.
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    Was it ESPN? I was flipping back and forth after the game so I am not sure.

     
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    [QUOTE]Who wants to bet that ESPN will come out with an article of something like "Bill showing his unsportsmanship and classless ways with a punt from Brady on 3rd down." Mark it. The Pats can never do right with ESPN. If they keep passing, they're running up the score. If they pull plays out of the hat like Brady's punt, they're trying to embarrass the other team and are classless.   I can't wait to hear that moron Cris Carter tomorrow on how the "worst defense ever" faired tonight. He'll make some excuse about how Denver's offense is awful despite the fact that they just scored 29 points against the supposed 'best defense' in the league. LOL
    Posted by IrishMob7[/QUOTE]

    Hey Irish,

    On NFL Prime Time tonight, one of the analysts said, "There will be questions as to why New England had its starters on the field with three minutes to go..."

    Guess from whither those questions will originate?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: ESPN... : Hey Irish, On NFL Prime Time tonight, one of the analysts said, " There will be questions as to why New England had its starters on the field with three minutes to go... " Guess from whither those questions will originate?
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    I think I have the answer! Some knucklehead from ESPN whose last name is either Schlereth, Carter, or Hodge.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: ESPN... : Was it ESPN? I was flipping back and forth after the game so I am not sure.
    Posted by EnochRoot[/QUOTE]
    He was on NFLN today...but I'm pretty sure I saw him on ESPN last weekend.  He did remark to Suzy Kolber (she's so damn cute) that he's a free agent...on and off the field.
     

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