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  • Posted 10/21/2014 09:39:09 EDT

    In response to cousteau's comment: In response to DougIrwin's comment: [QUOTE] In response to BelichickDisciple's comment: [QUOTE] When it comes to designing schemes to stop other teams, I don't think more »

  • Forum Post: Bears a Warm-up?

    Posted 10/20/2014 01:34:19 EDT

    With a week and a half to prepare, I get the feeling the Pats will win comfortably. The Pats will rattle Cutler physically and mentally, and usher them into the rearview mirror for the season.

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  • Posted 10/20/2014 01:27:55 EDT

    When it comes to designing schemes to stop other teams, I don't think he has an equal. Same for coaching up backups to be competitive. Execution can be a problem, but that depends on a lot of factors more »

  • Posted 10/20/2014 01:09:20 EDT

    I prefer Brady, but Manning, as much as I love to hate him, can be pretty spectactular. IMO: Brady - better leader, better in the cold, in the elements and under pressure, better at taking care of the more »

  • Posted 10/19/2014 03:18:22 EDT

    Interesting qestion. I moved to Boston in '84 from Western NY. I was a big Giants fan, I suppose because of my dad. Our closest local team was the Bills, and I saw a couple of their games (including o more »

  • Forum Post: Just Incredible!

    Posted 10/17/2014 04:45:47 EDT

    I'm happy with the win especially on a short week after losing two key people, and happy to see Amendola be such a big part of it. The Pats can't afford to have anyone with talent sitting around doing more »

  • Posted 10/14/2014 12:57:49 EDT

    If it turns into a majority running game for weather reasons, this could get nerve wracking. For the Pats' D, it will come down to Mayo's replacement(s) vs some pretty good RBs. On offense, I think th more »

  • Posted 10/13/2014 12:35:56 EDT

    I feel really bad for Mayo. I think the guy does a lot of the little things right, and there is no doubt his teammates rally around him as captain. Interesting to see what happens to replace him - tha more »

  • Forum Post: GRONK'S KNEES

    Posted 10/13/2014 12:19:37 EDT

    Not defending low hits by any means, but how else are some of the smaller DBs going to bring Gronk down? If they try to hit him high, they just bounce off...

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  • Posted 10/12/2014 11:00:52 EDT

    IMO: I think its so important that the Pats weather the storm on their first possession. A 3 and out would fire up the Bills D. They at least need to move the ball; a couple 1st downs at minimum. The more »

  • Posted 10/11/2014 03:25:43 EDT

    In response to TFB12's comment: In response to rkarp's comment: [QUOTE] -something tells me that this might be the game that Amendola sits  Wow!  Could you imagine that?  [/QUOTE] You mean he hasn't b more »

  • Posted 10/10/2014 09:51:37 EDT

    In response to agcsbill's comment: Can you imagine what it will be like in Buffalo if the Pats get off to a slow start and Buffalo is dominating early? Pats need to do in their first offensive series more »

  • Posted 10/10/2014 09:38:15 EDT

    I'm happy for the guy. He seemed like a decent player with the little we saw him here, and I remember reading that he was a great team guy. That was a great performance last week. I think he has a win more »

  • Posted 10/08/2014 01:04:29 EDT

    I think this could be an amazingly physical game - but I agree with what many others have said that the way to neutralize Spikes is make him cover someone - I especially like the matchup of Tim Wright more »

  • Posted 10/08/2014 12:46:07 EDT

    A little more Running Man trivia - the book (which is really great) was written by Stephen King under the name Richard Bachmann.  If memory serves, he was curious to see if it was his name recognition more »

  • Posted 10/06/2014 03:18:00 EDT

    This could be an epic game. Those Bills fans will be fired up, their team is playing well and they just completed a deal to keep the team in Buffalo for the foreseeable future. I'm expecting an old sc more »

  • Posted 10/06/2014 03:11:55 EDT

    When the Pats are dialed in like they were last night, they are a such pleasure to watch. I just loved seeing that singular focus and determination from everyone on the team last night, players and co more »

  • Posted 10/06/2014 09:23:19 EDT

    I don't understand why once they ruled that there was no fumble that the penalty was still called. Easley peeled back to block a guy because he thought the Pats had picked up a legitimate fumble as wa more »

  • Posted 09/30/2014 09:24:46 EDT

    I get the sense that TB is feeling a little bit sorry for himself. He must feel disappointed about his play, which has not been great. He may be injured too, for all anyone knows - this wouldn't be th more »

  • Posted 09/30/2014 09:07:19 EDT

    Not too much to he happy about for our team this morning, but as one of the few positives, Matthew Slater made two fantastic solo special teams tackles last night that put the Pats D in position to do more »

  • Posted 09/12/2014 02:42:47 EDT

    Wow, I wish that guy wrote a blog about the Pats, that is a mind blowingly detailed analysis. I really learned a lot reading it.   I'll very much look forward to reading his post game analysis after t more »

  • Posted 08/24/2014 12:21:40 EDT

    In response to OnlyDaTruth's comment:
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    Crumpler was a better Blocker. 

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    He lived up to his name for sure. 

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  • Posted 01/27/2014 08:16:05 EST

    Well deserved accolades for two great players, and kudos to the fans for doing Boston proud!

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  • Posted 01/20/2014 07:18:52 EST

    Much as I love to "hate" Manning, the guy gets rid of the ball so fast and is accurate as hell. WIth all his waepons intact, they had a fantastic offense. I think the Pats just hit the wall on their d more »

  • Posted 01/12/2014 03:10:18 EST

    Seeing how in three weeks they have transformed themselves into a dominant running team in order to win has capped off an unforgettable year. No other NFL team comes remotely close to being able to tr more »

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