Pats are 11 - 4.. you'd think they were 4 - 11!

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    Pats are 11 - 4.. you'd think they were 4 - 11!

    Reading the game posts today, seems stats and "pretty" wins are more important than wins.  The Jags were not going to lay down as they are pro players, too!  Look at Houston!  What would you rather be doing, celebrating another Pats win or be a Houson fan seeing their team lose AT home??!! Besides, Houston is at Indy next Sunday..  gonna see a lot of Cotls fans here, huh?

     
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    Reading the game posts today, seems stats and "pretty" wins are more important than wins.  The Jags were not going to lay down as they are pro players, too!  Look at Houston!  What would you rather be doing, celebrating another Pats win or be a Houson fan seeing their team lose AT home??!! Besides, Houston is at Indy next Sunday..  gonna see a lot of Cotls fans here, huh?

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    Unfortunately, most folks here don't appreciate an "ugly" win. This had to be a hard game for the Pats to get up for, after taking on the Texans and 9ers in back-to-back weeks. Clearly, they weren't fired up out the gate. But they did enough to win, and hopefully didn't suffer any serious injuries in the process.

    Would like to see Welker sit down next week. He's really getting beaten up lately.

     
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    Reading the game posts today, seems stats and "pretty" wins are more important than wins.  The Jags were not going to lay down as they are pro players, too!  Look at Houston!  What would you rather be doing, celebrating another Pats win or be a Houson fan seeing their team lose AT home??!! Besides, Houston is at Indy next Sunday..  gonna see a lot of Cotls fans here, huh?

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    Unfortunately, most folks here don't appreciate an "ugly" win. This had to be a hard game for the Pats to get up for, after taking on the Texans and 9ers in back-to-back weeks. Clearly, they weren't fired up out the gate. But they did enough to win, and hopefully didn't suffer any serious injuries in the process.

    Would like to see Welker sit down next week. He's really getting beaten up lately.

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    Until they know what happens to Houston and Denver, need to see them win out and keep the chances alive, but slim, for the #2 or better seed.

     
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    I appreciated the win, and understand the Jags can play some.  The game felt like a continuation of some awful play against SF, and off and on all year.  Hernandez has been disappointing, and if someone is out in the secondary, play declines drastically.  I look at it as a good win, and maybe good that the team is stuggling now instead of cruising and headed for an early exit in the playoffs.  But it's fargin' ugly to watch, and Brady looks off in a major way.  The emergence of Lloyd is nice though.

     
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    Re: Pats are 11 - 4.. you'd think they were 4 - 11!

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    In response to agcsbill's comment:
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    Reading the game posts today, seems stats and "pretty" wins are more important than wins.  The Jags were not going to lay down as they are pro players, too!  Look at Houston!  What would you rather be doing, celebrating another Pats win or be a Houson fan seeing their team lose AT home??!! Besides, Houston is at Indy next Sunday..  gonna see a lot of Cotls fans here, huh?

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    Unfortunately, most folks here don't appreciate an "ugly" win. This had to be a hard game for the Pats to get up for, after taking on the Texans and 9ers in back-to-back weeks. Clearly, they weren't fired up out the gate. But they did enough to win, and hopefully didn't suffer any serious injuries in the process.

    Would like to see Welker sit down next week. He's really getting beaten up lately.

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    Not a good idea to rest Welker. They still have a chance for a bye. Without Gronkowski the team would be in a real offensive bind against a team with a good pass rush. 

     
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    Re: Pats are 11 - 4.. you'd think they were 4 - 11!

    Let's face it, we're all spoiled by the Pats unprecedented run of success over the past 11 years.  

     

    It's gotten to the point where fans expect a Super Bowl win every year now.  I don't think we have a Super Bowl quality team this year, but after watching the 2-14 years, I should bemore grateful for a 11-5 or 12-4 team, even if we don't win the Super Bowl. 

     

    We basically used to be the Jaguars. 

     
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    Let's face it, we're all spoiled by the Pats unprecedented run of success over the past 11 years.  

     

    It's gotten to the point where fans expect a Super Bowl win every year now.  I don't think we have a Super Bowl quality team this year, but after watching the 2-14 years, I should bemore grateful for a 11-5 or 12-4 team, even if we don't win the Super Bowl. 

     

    We basically used to be the Jaguars. 

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    I do.

     
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