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  • Posted 05/03/2012 11:48:13 EDT

    The real Pats fans know that there are always jets-bozos who post here ... always taking stabs at ... um ... EVERYTHING the Pats do. I am psyched at who we added. Our biggest problems last year were g more »

  • Posted 02/06/2012 03:14:55 EST

    This article is so harsh that it is stupid. Yes we lost. But before we or the Pats are supposed to go kill ourselves, let's remember that the Pats were better than 30 out of 32 teams. So make room for more »

  • Posted 01/25/2012 05:20:36 EST

    How about the most-replayed LATE hit of the game? ... Ray Lewis doing his helmet-to-unprotected-back CHEAPSHOT on Tom Brady clearly after TB had scored the reach across touchdown!!! TB said it left hi more »

  • Posted 01/24/2012 12:35:54 EST

    One problem for you people, Jim, is that you will forever be on a quest to be told that you are "ok." That natural voice inside you will never be quenched. Even if your favorite athlete says you are a more »

  • Posted 01/09/2012 10:00:59 EST

    That Rainbow-man was so amazing that he could be in the stands at different NFL games at the same time! ... Or, um, maybe that wacko isn't really the owner of that best-known Bible verse. As for Tim T more »

  • Posted 12/19/2011 05:37:20 EST

    Of course, the purpose of the Mormonism plug is not anything to do with Tebow. It is entirely about Romney. btw, I am not "making" this political. SNL are the ones (though often very funny) who chose more »

  • Posted 12/19/2011 05:28:26 EST

    And my pre-game prayers had nothing to do with football, but if my opinion mattered, I felt TT would best show his trust in Christ by how he handled being beaten by the Pats. I am glad he got the oppo more »

  • Posted 12/19/2011 05:23:36 EST

    ...ummmm... more winces than chuckles on this SNL skit. And the plug at the end for Mormonism was not only totally uncalled for, but stupid. On the other hand, perhaps an endorsement of Mormonism was more »

  • Posted 10/17/2011 04:27:56 EDT

    BB is this smart, but I don't think BB would have orchestrated CO to drop a potentially winning TD pass in that Bills game we lost. Sadly, I think CO and Haynesworth have done the opposite of what mos more »

  • Posted 10/17/2011 04:25:09 EDT

    In Response to Re: LLOYD in OCHO out???: Just an observation from afar but I think Ochocinco and Brady have started to jell however I also think they are sandbagging everyone into believing there's no more »

  • Forum Post: GROW UP Schwartz!

    Posted 10/17/2011 04:17:54 EDT

    I noticed that Schwartz dodged the reporter's question as to who said the obsenity.  My qu would have been WHEN did H say it.  My guess is that it was in response to S following H and then chest-bumpi more »

  • Forum Post: GROW UP Schwartz!

    Posted 10/17/2011 04:14:53 EDT

    In Response to Re: GROW UP Schwartz!: So, you're applauding Harbaugh for showing poor sportsmanship and being condescending twice? It appeared to me that Schwartz didn't like the condescending whack o more »

  • Forum Post: GROW UP Schwartz!

    Posted 10/16/2011 10:32:55 EDT

    What was "with" the back-pat was the same thing that was "with" the man's handshake... I won and you lost. Did you catch Harbaugh's post-game comment?  Harbaugh was SOOOOO tongue-in-cheek.  He was "pl more »

  • Forum Post: GROW UP Schwartz!

    Posted 10/16/2011 10:28:39 EDT

    In Response to Re: GROW UP Schwartz!:

    What was with the whack in his back, though?  Also, I wonder what Harbaugh said after he did that that enraged Schwartz.
    Posted by RidingWithTheKing

    more »

  • Forum Post: GROW UP Schwartz!

    Posted 10/16/2011 10:25:07 EDT

    Even as a Pats fan, and one who had respected this year's accomplishments by the Lions, I see no way to "spread the blame" from the midfield post-game handshake & back-pat.  As if this was the first b more »

  • Posted 09/09/2011 10:59:14 EDT

    Having more captains is a shrewd move. Having a bigger 2nd tier layer of leadership will take some load off of Coach BB (and the other coaches), so that he/they can focus more on their jobs, rather th more »

  • Posted 09/02/2011 05:29:50 EDT

    With Farnham cut, maybe Edelman will be a keeper. But will Tate be gone?  Will Coach go with the youth of Slater?  Has Edelman produced enough to be a keeper?  I hope Edelman stays, but he's not the b more »

  • Posted 08/20/2011 03:30:46 EDT

    Hey Jay...  I didn't know the Ohio Hx.  So, your guess may be the same as mine... Edelman may not make the 53-man cut.  ??? more »

  • Posted 08/19/2011 12:28:11 EDT

    Why did the League even change this Rule?  Was there some outcry for more pointless time before guys would need to return from the can after a TD? I just don't see why it was moved up to the 35, when more »

  • Posted 08/19/2011 12:24:51 EDT

    Was Edelman even on the field last night?
    It ain't smelling good for him to make the 53-man roster. more »

  • Posted 08/18/2011 02:16:39 EDT

    The best point so far that I had forgotten, is that Edelman could be an emergency 4th QB.  With that in mind, maybe Coach will keep him and work some trick plays pitching out to Edelman, who then laun more »

  • Posted 08/16/2011 07:08:10 EDT

    In Response to Re: Will Julian Edelman get cut?: It might come down to Tate or Edelman. Given Price is coming along nicely and Welker isn't signed through next year I'm thinking there's more of a job more »

  • Posted 08/16/2011 06:39:31 EDT

    I liked Edelman last year.  He filled in well for Welker.  Edelman got some impressive Yards After Catches. But alas, I think he will not be there for Week 1 of Regular Season. We have too much talent more »

  • Posted 11/21/2010 09:03:07 EST

    C-C is awesome! Congrads again Ray!
    Now you can all focus on the REAL Championship game, this Friday at high noon, against us Alumni! haha
    See you then!

    Andy Wiggin more »

  • Posted 11/02/2010 06:40:10 EDT

    I agree with the first post-er that using a throw-in deep in your opponents' end is nothing new. It is part of the game of soccer, and always has been (at least by people who play it right). However, more »

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