Gronk, Wilfork, Mayo, Vollmer

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    Re: Gronk, Wilfork, Mayo, Vollmer

     

    And add Kelly


    With all of these injuries we should and will be the underdog

    We won't lose in the playoffs because of

    BB as GM

    Not using enough of the Salary  Cap

    Using too mcuh of the Salary Cap

    BB as coach

    TFB as QB

    Not running enough / running too much

    No Welker

    Having Amendola

    Our rookie WR's

    And as to the D - what ever they do, they are way too damaged to blame

    If we still win it all, it will be the sweetest - maybe even sweeter that if we had won 42

     
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    In response to seawolfxs' comment:
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     And add Kelly


    With all of these injuries we should and will be the underdog

    We won't lose in the playoffs because of

    BB as GM

    Not using enough of the Salary  Cap

    Using too mcuh of the Salary Cap

    BB as coach

    TFB as QB

    Not running enough / running too much

    No Welker

    Having Amendola

    Our rookie WR's

    And as to the D - what ever they do, they are way too damaged to blame

    If we still win it all, it will be the sweetest - maybe even sweeter that if we had won 42

    [/QUOTE]

    For all intents and purpose, on the road, the Pats will be an underdog.  Also, would not surprise me to see them as a potential underdog even at home if the D does not show any solid improvement in the next 3 games.  But, do we care as long as they keep winning?  We'll take all the wins with a smile, underdog or not!

     
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    In response to DeadAhead's comment:
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    BB the favorite for coach of the year considering these injuries.  Pretty amazing GM and coaching job.  Of course, the media will downplay it.

    Lots of character on this team.  If they can just get Brady to stop sleepwalking in the first half, the can make it to the SB.

     

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    Hmmmm.... The favorite?

    Andy Reid                     7/4      
    Pete Carroll                   3/1      
    Ron Rivera                    4/1      
    Bill Belichick                 6/1      
    Sean Payton                 6/1
    Chip Kelly                     15/1    
    Bruce Arians                 20/1    
    Chuck Pagano              25/1

    STOP THE LIES!!!

     
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    Re: Gronk, Wilfork, Mayo, Vollmer

    In response to agcsbill's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    In response to seawolfxs' comment:
    [QUOTE]

     And add Kelly


    With all of these injuries we should and will be the underdog

    We won't lose in the playoffs because of

    BB as GM

    Not using enough of the Salary  Cap

    Using too mcuh of the Salary Cap

    BB as coach

    TFB as QB

    Not running enough / running too much

    No Welker

    Having Amendola

    Our rookie WR's

    And as to the D - what ever they do, they are way too damaged to blame

    If we still win it all, it will be the sweetest - maybe even sweeter that if we had won 42

    [/QUOTE]

    For all intents and purpose, on the road, the Pats will be an underdog.  Also, would not surprise me to see them as a potential underdog even at home if the D does not show any solid improvement in the next 3 games.  But, do we care as long as they keep winning?  We'll take all the wins with a smile, underdog or not!

    [/QUOTE]

    Absolutely

     
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    Re: Gronk, Wilfork, Mayo, Vollmer


    A bad year no doubt for injuries. if anyone can lead them to the holy graill it'll be BB and TB

     
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