Finally, a smart Pats fan

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    Re: Finally, a smart Pats fan

    To bad all that happy talk does not produce many wins. After the next five weeks they have four more in the loss column!

     
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    Re: Finally, a smart Pats fan

    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    In response to fourjays30's comment:

    To bad all that happy talk does not produce many wins. After the next five weeks they have four more in the loss column!



    LOL!

    With losses to the Bengals and Saints upcoming, the Jets will be under .500 from there on out.

    Their D has allowed over 160 points so far and we aren't even through Week 8 yet.  If McDaniels and Brady kept up the 4.5 YPC with the RBs in the second half, none of this bagjob game blather coming from smelly NJ would exist.



    We should all know better than counting games before they happen. If the Jets can beat the Bengals (in a game that the first team to double digits will probably win) and the Dolphins beat the Pats the Jets will technically be in first place in the division. A lot of people were not expecting them to win 4 games all season.

     
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    Re: Finally, a smart Pats fan

    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    In response to FrnkBnhm's comment:

    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    In response to fourjays30's comment:

    To bad all that happy talk does not produce many wins. After the next five weeks they have four more in the loss column!



    LOL!

    With losses to the Bengals and Saints upcoming, the Jets will be under .500 from there on out.

    Their D has allowed over 160 points so far and we aren't even through Week 8 yet.  If McDaniels and Brady kept up the 4.5 YPC with the RBs in the second half, none of this bagjob game blather coming from smelly NJ would exist.



    We should all know better than counting games before they happen. If the Jets can beat the Bengals (in a game that the first team to double digits will probably win) and the Dolphins beat the Pats the Jets will technically be in first place in the division. A lot of people were not expecting them to win 4 games all season.



    Well, no one was counting on two bagjob home games for the Jets either.  The Jets are predictable. They love the attention. Then, when they play a "quieter" game, they show their true self.  Look at the game vs the Steelers after they read their press clippings after the Falcons choke job.

    The'll fold in Cincy and then the Saints will wax the floor with them at the swamp in 2 weeks into the Bye.

    What makes you think the Patriots are not the team that didn't show up versus the Bengals and Jets (and underperformed in everygame but TB)? 

    You are what your record is. Right now the Pats are one game better than the Jets. Those are the facts so far this year. 

    If I could predict games with the accuracy that you claim to be able to I would be living in Vegas gambling for a living.

     
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    Re: Finally, a smart Pats fan

    In response to MeadowlandMike's comment:

    Erik Frenz seems to have a good grasp on football rather than being clouded by his Patritot fandom. It's good to see that a fan of a rival team is able to look at things so objectively.  Many criticize BR as a whole, but there are plenty of good writers there.  Eric is one of them.

    http://bleacherreport.com/users/6678-erik-frenz

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1821888-believe-it-or-not-the-new-york-jets-defensive-line-is-the-nfls-best

     

     




    Still looking for a smart Jets fan. BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

     
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