Everybody Needs to calm Down

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    [QUOTE]First things first the Pats never play well at Denver. Secondly, that game was there for the taking and poor execution and a missed field goal lost it. They weren't blown out and they beat themselves, the problems that currently hold this team back are relatively small in stature. Considering how long the D was out on the field in the thin mile high air in the second half it could of been much worse and they still proved they are a tough team to score 7 against. Third, Tom Brady did not have it yesterday for more reasons than one, but it's only a matter of time until he is consistent and there will be no more cause for concern after the fact. When it clicks that pass to Moss is in his hands for six points. It hasn't clicked yet, there have been signs, but it will click. Fourth, the next two games come against the Titans and the Bucs, I predict a quick healing for the passing woes as the defensive backfields for both teams are filled with holes. Fifth, there are 11 games left people and 14-2 is not a bad record.
    Posted by prophet[/QUOTE]

    Good post and good points.
     
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    Everyone is going crazy when this team is still in very good shape. They are playing two winless teams up next and look poised to go into their bye 5-2 barring any upsets. They have a Miami team without a starting QB after the bye. They have the very real possibility of being 6-2 when they play Indy in November. now it is clear that Brady is still rusty and working out his kinks. You saw a QB play good enough to pull away from both teams in the first half and stall at the second half of both losses, on the road, to two good teams. The Pats never play well in Denver and haven't for 20 years now. Brady has pretty much until that Indy game to get completely back to form and still be 6-2 and that is not unrealistic. Let's get off of the ledge and put it into perspective, you could be a fan of the same team with the guy with the bag on his head who will be going on 41 years after this season. Happy Monday.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Everybody Needs to calm Down : His run for the rings ain't over.  Have you seen him play?  Playing the best ball of his career.  No one else is even close.  Go ahead and give him his fourth MVP now.  How many MVP's does Dilfter have?  Same as Brady?  The rings will come grasshopper.  Meanwhile, we get to enjoy 12 win seasons for like the last 18 years.  You guys will be lucky to go 8-8. LOL
    Posted by togah321[/QUOTE]

    Dude, seriously.. Peyton is an awesome quarterback, I don't think anyone would deny that.. but boasting about a 12 win season isn't going to cut it if you don't win the big one.. Ask any NFL player, they would give up all the Pro Bowls, all the MVP's all the accolades for RINGS... Let the season play out.. as well as the rest of Peyton's career.. if he winds up with 3+ rings, then come on back and rub it our face... Until then .. shut the F up.
     
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    Well, the Colts certainly do not control their schedule and are forced to play whoever the league pits them against.  But the strength of schedule argument is certainly true (albeit a little ironic coming from fans of this team, which has benefited from some pretty dang easy schedules in recent years).  To be fair, JAX, Seattle and Arizona are 2-2, 2-2, and 2-1, respectively, if you took out the losses to the Colts (which you would logically have to do).  However, I have been very impressed with how the Pats did against NYJ, ATL, Balt, and Denver.  I would have expected your team to come out 0-4 or 1-3, but instead you came out 2-2 - so, nice job, Pats. 
     
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    I'm not worried about the losses - we lost to a couple of upstart teams on the road that had to throw the kitchen sink at us (Jets defensively, Broncos offensively) to pull out close wins.  This will only help us down the road when/should we meet these teams again.  It's good to have some room for improvement, to have a challenge to meet.  In the division we have the Jets, in the AFC we have the Broncos and the Colts. 
     
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    The mistakes the Patriots made are quite fixable, and they'll only be taken by surprise by the Wild Horses offense once.

    They'll also only have to face a coach that has all of the inside information on them once.  By the time they play again (this year or next), both teams will have had so much more time to improve that it will be a completely different game.
     
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