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    Thanks for the tidbit about this being a contract year for Watson.  I was joking with my brother yesterday that this must be his contract year the way he is playing.  That's good for us this year, but sickening overall.  I guess he could have given us a lot more before now.
     
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          Any win is a "good" win...but especially when it comes against a team, who many already wish to award this years' Lombardi. The Ravens are a very good team...but their defense is overrated. Their front seven is tough to run on...but their secondary, with or without Ed Reed, can be had. So, lets' not get too carried away with this win. The Pats' offense and defense still have a long way to go, if they hope to make it to the big game. Here are my grades:      A.) OFFENSE: Anytime the "O" scores over 25 points, it should be enough to win. It was surprising to see that Tom Brady was blitzed so little...as it appeared that the Ravens were intent to deny the Pats the big play, and to drop the LBs back in coverage to aid a somewhat suspect secondary.  1.) QB: Tom Brady produced a 100.8 passer rating, in completing just 21 of 32 passes for 258 yards, and a TD. No interceptions were a plus, but Tom fumbled when blindsided by Terrell Suggs, handing the Ravens a gift TD. A workman-like day for Tom, as he distributed the ball to several receivers. Great throw by a pressured Brady to Randy Moss, putting the Pats up 24-14. Redzone problems still persist, though the Pats were 3/5 in the red area. The team had opportunities to put the game away on their final drive. Having to settle for a FG nearly cost them dearly. All in all, considering the quality of the competition, this Tom Brady's best game of the season. GRADE: B; 2.) RBs: Nice TD run by Sammy Morris was this group's highlight. Sammy also had 5 receptions for 35 yards. But, having little running room to negotiate, the backs gained just 85 yards on 30 carries...an average of 2.8 yards per carry. Though the amount of yards gained were low, the "O" managed to keep the Ravens' "D" honest by not giving up on the run. GRADE: C; 3.) OL: Matt Light had another one of "those games"...as Ravens' DE/OLB Terrell Suggs terrorized Tom Brady for a good part of the afternoon. As mentioned previously, Suggs was able to blindside Brady, resulting in a fumble, and an easy defensive TD by Baltimore. The Ravens managed 3 sacks. Though the big uglies were able to hold their own somewhat, gaining just 2.8 yards per run is unacceptable. Still, they were able to get enough of a push to pick up a huge first down on a 4th and one in the redzone, on the Pats' initial TD drive: GRADE: C+; 4.) WRs and TEs: Great to have Wes Welker back. He led the Pats with 6 receptions, albeit just for 48 yards. TE Ben Watson chipped in with two catches for 51 yards, and Randy Moss had 3 for 50, including a nice adjustment on a rushged Brady throw for the Pats' 3rd TD. The Patriots need to find a third WR. Neither Joey Galloway, or Sam Aiken is the answer. GRADE: C+;      B.) DEFENSE: Don't be so quick to praise the defense. Yes, they stymied the Ravens on two 4th down attempts...and allowed just two TDs. But, consider this...the Ravens amassed 363 total yards, were 9/14 on third down conversions, RB Ray Rice had a combined 152 yards (albeit 50 of those came on one run up the middle)...and, but for a drop by Mark Clayton, the game might have been lost. Failing to defense the "two-minute offense" cost the Pats championships in 2006 and 2007...and nearly cost them the game today.  1.) DL:  Surprising to see the Ravens pass so much! Of their 24 first downs, 18 came through the air. Other than the long run by Ray Rice (which appeared to be a situation in which the Pats were caught in the wrong defensive scheme), the boys up front seemed to handle themselves fairly well. Mike Wright registered two sacks, as the Pats were able to mount some pressure on Flacco. Great stand on the fourth quarter 4th and 1 around mid-field. GRADE: B; 2.) LBs: Help is needed here. Rumor has it that the Pats have Junior Seau warming up in the bullpen, again. Though Gary Guyton has generally played well, and Tully Banta Cain has had his moments, theres' not much production from these guys. Good job in helping to defend against TE Todd Heap. But, screens and passes to RBs Willis MaGahee and Ray Rice hurt.  GRADE: C-; 3.) SECONDARY:  Brandon Meriweather is emerging as a star. He led his team in tackles, and registered several hard hits. The undercut hit on Derrick Mason by Jonathan Wilhite on the Ravens' initial TD pretty much took Mason out of the game, after he had been consistently burning the backliners. It also appeared that Ravens' WR Mark Clayton took his eye off the ball on the fourth quarter 4th down drop, when he saw Meriweather coming his way. Brandon McGowan has also been a bit of an intimidator. Leigh Bodden had a pick...and generally kept things quiet on his side of the field. Shawn Springs, however, is a bit of a different story. Rookie CB Darius Butler continues to make progress. GRADE: B+;      C.) SPECIAL TEAMS: Causing and recovering a fumble on the initial kickoff was huge...and set momentum going in the right direction. But, the Pats were fortunate not to lose a Kevin Faulk fumble on a subsequent punt return. Usual reliable Stephen Gostkowski performance. Punter Chris Hansen needs to do a bit better than averaging 38 yards per punt. GRADE: B;      D.) COACHING: Another fine job by BB. Pats were wise not to give up on the run...and had a 30/32 balance on run/passes, over 62 plays. Great decision to go for it on 4th and one in the redzone...and not settle for yet another FG. Nice call, and good execution on the Morris TD run. Pats' appeared to be caught in the wrong defense...or was there a missed assignment...on the long Rice run? The offense is beginning to find some consistency, and the Pats' young secondary is beginning to shape up. BB needs to find a 3rd WR to compliment Moss and Welker. Why not give Terrence Nunn a try? GRADE: B+       E.) PLAY OF THE GAME: Hard to pick just one play in a game like this one. But, if pressed, I'll choose the 4th and one first down conversion, early in the game. It set the tone for the game, and put the Pats in command .      F.) PLAYER OF THE GAME: Brandon Meriweather.      Here are the stats: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=291004017      Thoughts?                      
    Posted by TexasPat3

    Running backs and Secondaries deserve higher grades.

    85 yards would have been about 125 if not for Mankins holding call that nullified Maroney's 30-40 yard gain.

    Morris had I think 2 key 4th and inches conversions.

    Secondaries shut down Mason after he put in 6 rec for 67 yards on the opening drive alone. They switched to split safety coverages and shut him down for the rest of the game allowing only 11 yards on 1 catch.

     
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    In Response to Ravens @ Patriots REPORT CARD : Running backs and Secondaries deserve higher grades. 85 yards would have been about 125 if not for Mankins holding call that nullified Maroney's 30-40 yard gain.

    RESPONSE: Sorry...but you're sounding like a Ravens fan, or Ray Lewis, "...gee, if the refs didn't call those roughing the passer penalties, we would have won...". It is what it is.

    Morris had I think 2 key 4th and inches conversions.

    RESPONSE: The OL was more responsible for that than Morris.

    Secondaries shut down Mason after he put in 6 rec for 67 yards on the opening drive alone. They switched to split safety coverages and shut him down for the rest of the game allowing only 11 yards on 1 catch.

    RESPONSE: They still didn't get the job done on that one drive, for whatever reason. Thats' like saying that, if you have a 5 part test, ace 4 of the parts but fail one...that the one part failed should be thrown out. A "B+" is a high grade. 


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         You-all may find this interesting...as the Baltimore Sun gives its' own report card on the Ravens' performance:  http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/bal-preston-reportcard1004,0,7397894.story
     
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    Totally disagree with your report card;
    1) RB's. Thought they graded out to a B to B plus due to pass rcving, picking up first downs in key situations, and picking up the blitz. The key to the W was Sammy Morris and the plays he made running and catching.Give them a "B"
    2)LB's. Thought after the adjustment on the first drive they took away Heap and Mason due to the LB's being able to control the middle of the field allowing the corners to play up on Mason. Heap had trouble all day getting into his patterns. Other than screen plays to Rice, LB's played well. Give them a "B minus"
    3)Special Teams. Wouldnt be surprised to see another punter in this week to try out. Hansons mistakes on punting were inexcuseable and almost lost the game. Maroney did not have one of his better return games. Gime them a "D"   
    4) Coaching. I give them an "A"...took out Heap. Willis Mac no factor. After the first drive, Mason was invisiable. Loved the fake field goal (refs made a mistake).

     
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    [QUOTE]      B.) DEFENSE: Don't be so quick to praise the defense. Yes, they stymied the Ravens on two 4th down attempts...and allowed just two TDs. But, consider this...the Ravens amassed 363 total yards, were 9/14 on third down conversions, RB Ray Rice had a combined 152 yards (albeit 50 of those came on one run up the middle)...and, but for a drop by Mark Clayton, the game might have been lost. Failing to defense the "two-minute offense" cost the Pats championships in 2006 and 2007...and nearly cost them the game today. 
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    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]

    While I agree it would have been nice to have a less heart-palpitating finish, some of the blame for that needs to be placed on the offense.  The defense stuffs Rice and McGahee on 3rd and 4th downs and the offense goes three and out.  I don't think BB has ever been particularly concerned with giving up yardage.  The hallmark of the past championship teams has been scoring defense.  When they were successful, they bent but didn't break.   And the 2007 loss, in my opinion, is squarely on the o-line and the head coach.  Yeah, the defense gave up the bizarre winning drive, but they never should have been in that position.  Giving up 17 points is not a bad game.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Ravens @ Patriots REPORT CARD :         "Special Teams" does not consist of Chris Hansen, only. But, you're right. He's been somewhat disappointing thus far this season.
    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]

    TP,

    Hanson's the worst player on this team right now. A 31.3 net is horrible after 4 games. Wait 'til the weather gets colder.

    Hanson is incapable of coffin corner kicking. He relies on a side spin to get the ball to bounce to the side. It fails more than succeeds.

    He did play well last season, but struggled in 2007.

    I like consistency from a punter.

    If the team pounces on a punter in round 4 next April, I won't complain.
     
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    TPat -

    While I agree that your cautious optimism about the D might be tempered when you look deeper at the stats you provided - 3rd down inefficiency, yards, and rushing yards; however, they did bend but did not break - as the bottom line is they surrendered 14 points to what I would now consider a very good offensive football team.  The Ravens offense will only get better as Flacco continues to mature.  I thought the DLine was fantastic, LBs were ok, and secondary came up big when they needed to.  With Mayo on the cusp of returning and Seau returning this team looks just as strong going fwd in the 3-4 or 4-3 packages, and that in itself spells trouble for the majority of the teams they will face.  If the D continues to surrender less than 17 per game, this offense is only going to get stronger.  Ravens did not blitz as much in my opinion because we saw the Moss TD grab when they sent the house.  They don't have the cover guys they once did, and w Welker back they could not just pin their ears back and go. 
     
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    The defense choked and they are lucky. Meriwather, Mcgowan, and Butler were the stars of the defense. James Sanders su cks. Maroney needs to sit if he can't hit a hole. The o line did great, Light had a tough job all day and I think he did a good job and only had that one breakdown which was a good move by the defender, albiet it almost cost us the game. Our linebackers really need to stop the run the on the corners. I mean REALLY. Run away from our NT and get yardage. Oh and Ravens fans are right on par with San Diego fans as the whiniest fans alive.
     
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    [QUOTE]      Any win is a "good" win...but especially when it comes against a team, who many already wish to award this years' Lombardi. The Ravens are a very good team...but their defense is overrated. Their front seven is tough to run on...but their secondary, with or without Ed Reed, can be had. So, lets' not get too carried away with this win. The Pats' offense and defense still have a long way to go, if they hope to make it to the big game. Here are my grades:      A.) OFFENSE: Anytime the "O" scores over 25 points, it should be enough to win. It was surprising to see that Tom Brady was blitzed so little...as it appeared that the Ravens were intent to deny the Pats the big play, and to drop the LBs back in coverage to aid a somewhat suspect secondary.  1.) QB: Tom Brady produced a 100.8 passer rating, in completing just 21 of 32 passes for 258 yards, and a TD. No interceptions were a plus, but Tom fumbled when blindsided by Terrell Suggs, handing the Ravens a gift TD. A workman-like day for Tom, as he distributed the ball to several receivers. Great throw by a pressured Brady to Randy Moss, putting the Pats up 24-14. Redzone problems still persist, though the Pats were 3/5 in the red area. The team had opportunities to put the game away on their final drive. Having to settle for a FG nearly cost them dearly. All in all, considering the quality of the competition, this Tom Brady's best game of the season. GRADE: B; 2.) RBs: Nice TD run by Sammy Morris was this group's highlight. Sammy also had 5 receptions for 35 yards. But, having little running room to negotiate, the backs gained just 85 yards on 30 carries...an average of 2.8 yards per carry. Though the amount of yards gained were low, the "O" managed to keep the Ravens' "D" honest by not giving up on the run. GRADE: C; 3.) OL: Matt Light had another one of "those games"...as Ravens' DE/OLB Terrell Suggs terrorized Tom Brady for a good part of the afternoon. As mentioned previously, Suggs was able to blindside Brady, resulting in a fumble, and an easy defensive TD by Baltimore. The Ravens managed 3 sacks. Though the big uglies were able to hold their own somewhat, gaining just 2.8 yards per run is unacceptable. Still, they were able to get enough of a push to pick up a huge first down on a 4th and one in the redzone, on the Pats' initial TD drive: GRADE: C+; 4.) WRs and TEs: Great to have Wes Welker back. He led the Pats with 6 receptions, albeit just for 48 yards. TE Ben Watson chipped in with two catches for 51 yards, and Randy Moss had 3 for 50, including a nice adjustment on a rushged Brady throw for the Pats' 3rd TD. The Patriots need to find a third WR. Neither Joey Galloway, or Sam Aiken is the answer. GRADE: C+;      B.) DEFENSE: Don't be so quick to praise the defense. Yes, they stymied the Ravens on two 4th down attempts...and allowed just two TDs. But, consider this...the Ravens amassed 363 total yards, were 9/14 on third down conversions, RB Ray Rice had a combined 152 yards (albeit 50 of those came on one run up the middle)...and, but for a drop by Mark Clayton, the game might have been lost. Failing to defense the "two-minute offense" cost the Pats championships in 2006 and 2007...and nearly cost them the game today.  1.) DL:  Surprising to see the Ravens pass so much! Of their 24 first downs, 18 came through the air. Other than the long run by Ray Rice (which appeared to be a situation in which the Pats were caught in the wrong defensive scheme), the boys up front seemed to handle themselves fairly well. Mike Wright registered two sacks, as the Pats were able to mount some pressure on Flacco. Great stand on the fourth quarter 4th and 1 around mid-field. GRADE: B; 2.) LBs: Help is needed here. Rumor has it that the Pats have Junior Seau warming up in the bullpen, again. Though Gary Guyton has generally played well, and Tully Banta Cain has had his moments, theres' not much production from these guys. Good job in helping to defend against TE Todd Heap. But, screens and passes to RBs Willis MaGahee and Ray Rice hurt.  GRADE: C-; 3.) SECONDARY:  Brandon Meriweather is emerging as a star. He led his team in tackles, and registered several hard hits. The undercut hit on Derrick Mason by Jonathan Wilhite on the Ravens' initial TD pretty much took Mason out of the game, after he had been consistently burning the backliners. It also appeared that Ravens' WR Mark Clayton took his eye off the ball on the fourth quarter 4th down drop, when he saw Meriweather coming his way. Brandon McGowan has also been a bit of an intimidator. Leigh Bodden had a pick...and generally kept things quiet on his side of the field. Shawn Springs, however, is a bit of a different story. Rookie CB Darius Butler continues to make progress. GRADE: B+;      C.) SPECIAL TEAMS: Causing and recovering a fumble on the initial kickoff was huge...and set momentum going in the right direction. But, the Pats were fortunate not to lose a Kevin Faulk fumble on a subsequent punt return. Usual reliable Stephen Gostkowski performance. Punter Chris Hansen needs to do a bit better than averaging 38 yards per punt. GRADE: B;      D.) COACHING: Another fine job by BB. Pats were wise not to give up on the run...and had a 30/32 balance on run/passes, over 62 plays. Great decision to go for it on 4th and one in the redzone...and not settle for yet another FG. Nice call, and good execution on the Morris TD run. Pats' appeared to be caught in the wrong defense...or was there a missed assignment...on the long Rice run? The offense is beginning to find some consistency, and the Pats' young secondary is beginning to shape up. BB needs to find a 3rd WR to compliment Moss and Welker. Why not give Terrence Nunn a try? GRADE: B+       E.) PLAY OF THE GAME: Hard to pick just one play in a game like this one. But, if pressed, I'll choose the 4th and one first down conversion, early in the game. It set the tone for the game, and put the Pats in command .      F.) PLAYER OF THE GAME: Brandon Meriweather.      Here are the stats: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=291004017      Thoughts?                      
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Ravens @ Patriots REPORT CARD : TP, Hanson's the worst player on this team right now. A 31.3 net is horrible after 4 games. Wait 'til the weather gets colder. Hanson is incapable of coffin corner kicking. He relies on a side spin to get the ball to bounce to the side. It fails more than succeeds. He did play well last season, but struggled in 2007. I like consistency from a punter. If the team pounces on a punter in round 4 next April, I won't complain.
    Posted by CubanPete[/QUOTE]

         Cuban...where are those cigars you promised me??
     
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    My thoughts are- your report cards are must reads. Great attention to the game. I missed your previous report cards this year somehow. Agree with all your grades.
    Ben Watson is looking better. A couple of really solid receptions for him.
    So good to have Wes back. Just watching him run his routes is fun.
    How about the new Ravens coach?
    He was entertainment on the sidelines...
    Seems like all the Raven coaches are cut from the same cloth- mad men.
    Good win!
     
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    Nice read people,

    the 2 min Defense has cost this franchise true greatness,  solid team effort 3-1 at the quarter mark isn't bad at all, just stinks it was to a division team and it was that boogger of a team.  last two wins have come against quality teams that were in the playoffs last year.

    Offense B- made the playse when needed, suspect play calls, dumb penelties cost some momentum, o-line can't create any running lanes, Maroney does Blow but he did have a few good blitz pick ups early.  Morris POG

    Defense C- they also made plays when needed, did they cover Mason on the first drive? I had the unit with 4 encroachment penelties only 1 was taken.  Rice kinda shreaded them. 3rd down defense is still horrible.  Merriweather def POG, Nice to see Butler one on one for some key situations

    Special Teams D- Started the game off in a great way but other than that not big plays on here. the Kicker is the lone bright spot through four games.

    Big road game agains Denver always a tough place to play and your going up against the guy that probably knows more about our offense than Joey Galloway, oh wait most of the poster on this site know the offense better than Joey. I think  we may see some trick plays and alot of no-huddle to mess with a suprisingly good defense.
     
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    A+ to the Zebras. I thought those penalties for hurting your QB Nancy's feelings were timely. Ngata and Suggs were wrong to commit those penalties considering it was national breast day and pink was the theme of game. Brady had to go into the locker room in the middle of the game to change his maxi-pad. Shame on the Ravens for hurting his feelings and right-on to the refs for putting them in their place and restoring Nancy's confidence. You go girls!
     
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    [QUOTE]A+ to the Zebras. I thought those penalties for hurting your QB Nancy's feelings were timely. Ngata and Suggs were wrong to commit those penalties considering it was national breast day and pink was the theme of game. Brady had to go into the locker room in the middle of the game to change his maxi-pad. Shame on the Ravens for hurting his feelings and right-on to the refs for putting them in their place and restoring Nancy's confidence. You go girls!
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid[/QUOTE] Your team lost and I'm enjoying a winning week.This is great.I love reading your pleas for sympathy.Your cries of anguish over the 5th loss in a row to the Greatest Team of the Decade.Every time you post you show the rest of us just how much pain our team caused you.It's great.Thanks purple.Enjoy your week.
     
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    These are very special times and we aught to grade them based on their totality and not the emotion of just one game. BB and Brady are hall of famers. Regardless of how they play in their next game or the rest of this season.  They are hall of famers.  

    Very few cities in the history of the NFL have enjoyed a decade like the the Patriots have achieved.  They are three time champions, and the winningest team of this century.  They deserve better treatment from the press and their fans.       
     
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    [QUOTE]These are very special times and we aught to grade them based on their totality and not the emotion of just one game. BB and Brady are hall of famers. Regardless of how they play in their next game or the rest of this season.  They are hall of famers.   Very few cities in the history of the NFL have enjoyed a decade like the the Patriots have achieved.  They are three time champions, and the winningest team of this century.  They deserve better treatment from the press and their fans.       
    Posted by proftom[/QUOTE]

    Bellicheat is as much of a HOF as Pete Rose is. The Superbowl victories will always have a (*).
     
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    How's the mood in Baltimore today purple.Up here in NE it couldn't be better.

     
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    Posted by Harleyroadking111[/QUOTE]

    Excellent purple koolaid tears, Harley!
     
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    I understand by all reports that the refs deserved an "F" for Sundays pats/Ravens game.

    You LUCKY sons of b itches!I saw the Suggs hit and thought it was a great defensive play!The other roughing penalty was joke!If you know anything about the game you would have to agree me on that point!

    But your pats fans...........so I won't hold my breath waiting for a response!
     
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    [QUOTE]I understand by all reports that the refs deserved an "F" for Sundays pats/Ravens game. You LUCKY sons of b itches!I saw the Suggs hit and thought it was a great defensive play!The other roughing penalty was joke!If you know anything about the game you would have to agree me on that point! But your pats fans...........so I won't hold my breath waiting for a response!
    Posted by Leon961[/QUOTE] Easy tiger,you'll give yourself a hernia. I DO agree that QB's should be treated like every other player but when it comes to money they're going to protect the money makers.Good QB's sell tickets, commercials, jerseys ect., by being on the field not in the hospital. It's the new NFL. E-mail Goodell if you want to complain to someone.They made the rule AFTER we lost our QB for an entire season.Wright was called for barely touching Flacco and the 2 roughing calls against us in the Buff. game were pretty bad too.Balt isn't the only ones dealing with these new rules and how they're to be interpreted.
     
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    The Ravens are a good team and I am glad we won a hard-fought game. Morons like Purple and Leon make their teams look classless and are a disgrace to the NFL. 

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Ravens @ Patriots REPORT CARD : Bellicheat is as much of a HOF as Pete Rose is. The Superbowl victories will always have a (*).
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid[/QUOTE]

    There is no (*) next to BB's name. He's a winner. The only thing non winners can do complain about so they create (*) negativity. Patriots fans, all of us, have had to learn to live with our success.  
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Ravens @ Patriots REPORT CARD : Bellicheat is as much of a HOF as Pete Rose is. The Superbowl victories will always have a (*).
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid[/QUOTE]

    Keep drinking that kool aid, purple, because only in your mind is there an asterisk and Belichick is a lock for HoF.
     
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    [QUOTE]I understand by all reports that the refs deserved an "F" for Sundays pats/Ravens game. You LUCKY sons of b itches!I saw the Suggs hit and thought it was a great defensive play!The other roughing penalty was joke!If you know anything about the game you would have to agree me on that point! But your pats fans...........so I won't hold my breath waiting for a response!
    Posted by Leon961[/QUOTE]

    Come here after the first hit to Sanchez knocks him out of a game and you are screaming for the player who made the hit to be banished from the league forever!  We know you will!
     
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