Indy loss and New Orleans win could be perfect combination for SB run!

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    Indy loss and New Orleans win could be perfect combination for SB run!

    The controversial call on 4th & 2 last week seems to be the adversity the Patriots covet, towards another Super Bowl run.  A victory over New Orleans, in the Dome, will send the statement to all other contenders, that the Patriots are still the team to measure against.  It took Denver overtime to beat New England, a dire instance on 4th & 2 for Indy to steal a win, and a very rusty Brady-Moss connection to fall to the Jets by a touchdown.  This team just might get clicking at the right time.  They seem to be playing pissed-off, you maybe noticed Welker's reaction, when he caught the game closing 1st down catch against the Jets last week.  He was sure to let the whole stadium know it was past the marker.  This weeks game will not end like the Indy game.
     
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    The controversial call on 4th & 2 last week seems to be the adversity the Patriots covet, towards another Super Bowl run.  A victory over New Orleans, in the Dome, will send the statement to all other contenders, that the Patriots are still the team to measure against.  It took Denver overtime to beat New England, a dire instance on 4th & 2 for Indy to steal a win, and a very rusty Brady-Moss connection to fall to the Jets by a touchdown.  This team just might get clicking at the right time.  They seem to be playing pissed-off, you maybe noticed Welker's reaction, when he caught the game closing 1st down catch against the Jets last week.  He was sure to let the whole stadium know it was past the marker.  This weeks game will not end like the Indy game.
    Posted by jmmyslinski


    The pressure is on the Patriots to win. If the Saints lose....no big deal. If the Patriots lose .....and lose to Miami next week....it may mean no playoffs for the Patriots.
     
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    Re: Indy loss and New Orleans win could be perfect combination for SB run!

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    In Response to Indy loss and New Orleans win could be perfect combination for SB run! : The pressure is on the Patriots to win. If the Saints lose....no big deal. If the Patriots lose .....and lose to Miami next week....it may mean no playoffs for the Patriots.
    Posted by BubbaInHawaii


    Are you supposed to be a Patriots fan in disguise? You're way beyond negative. I hope you're not a season ticket holder. I wouldn't want to be sitting near you in the stadium.
     
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    Re: Indy loss and New Orleans win could be perfect combination for SB run!

    In Response to Indy loss and New Orleans win could be perfect combination for SB run!:
    The controversial call on 4th & 2 last week seems to be the adversity the Patriots covet, towards another Super Bowl run.  A victory over New Orleans, in the Dome, will send the statement to all other contenders, that the Patriots are still the team to measure against.  It took Denver overtime to beat New England, a dire instance on 4th & 2 for Indy to steal a win, and a very rusty Brady-Moss connection to fall to the Jets by a touchdown.  This team just might get clicking at the right time.  They seem to be playing pissed-off, you maybe noticed Welker's reaction, when he caught the game closing 1st down catch against the Jets last week.  He was sure to let the whole stadium know it was past the marker.  This weeks game will not end like the Indy game.
    Posted by jmmyslinski


    Well, you were correct there!  Take a seat on that bench over there...
     
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