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  • Comment on: Patriots%20kicking%20tail%20in%20trenches

    Posted 09/18/2010 01:32:04 EDT


    It will be interesting, will BB put Vince over Slauson instead of Mangold? Vince and Myron Pryor against Slauson,or better yet, will Ryan try Ducasse---YIKES---Sacks!!!

  • Comment on: Four Pats make Pro Bowl; Moss snubbed - Extra Points - Boston.com

    Posted 12/29/2009 08:33:18 EST

    Wes Welker should be in the MVP conversation, period, but we put QB's on a pedestal. Who is having a better season than Welker in reality. He is the smallest guy on the field, with the biggest heart. more »

  • Comment on: Name%20that%20defense

    Posted 12/21/2009 09:38:13 EST



    They should call it "Blitz kreig" We FINALLY Blitzed!!! more »

  • Comment on: Welker%20by%20the%20numbers

    Posted 12/15/2009 09:47:48 EST

    Welker is a great inspiration to any kid that would like to be an athlete. Size does not matter. The size of the heart does. What about YAC. Did you forget those stats, or are they not avaiable? He sh more »

  • Comment on: 'NFL source: Thomas will be inactive against Panthers'

    Posted 12/13/2009 11:23:14 EST

    Great Leadership move Bill!! We win as a team or we lose as a team. Let AD mouth off as a Ram or a Bucaneer next year. The way he has been playing, he will be more valuable at home than on the field a more »

  • Comment on: Adalius%3A%20%26%2339%3BThere%26%23146%3Bs%20nothing%20to%20really%20apologize%20about%26%2339%3B

    Posted 12/11/2009 12:30:15 EST

    Thomas wants to be traded. He KNOWS it is taboo to discuss the team's business in the media. He wantgs Bellichick to move him so he can negotiate a contact extension withy a new team as he is running more »

  • Comment on: 'Slot machine

    Posted 12/08/2009 09:34:31 EST

    The coach used to tell us, "It is not the size of the animal, but the size of the heart of the animal." The Celtics went to "French Lick" to find their heart years ago. The Patriots went to Oklahoma t more »

  • Comment on: Updates%20from%20Pats-Dolphins

    Posted 12/06/2009 02:39:22 EST

    The more Wilhite lets them catch the ball, the more playing time he gets. Now Butler has chosen to mimic his performance. Our DB's seem to think they can't do anything until after the ball is caught. more »

  • Comment on: 'Aiken being well-received in new role'

    Posted 12/04/2009 12:57:47 EST

    You never know what talent you have on the bench unless you try them out. Great story on Sam. Leave him on punt coverage and kick off as we are surrendering the ball to the other team anyway, so he wi more »

  • Comment on: 'Return of Weis not in the Patriots’

    Posted 12/02/2009 08:02:10 EST

    Charlie Weiss is the "tonic" that Brady needs to make this final run. Can you just imagine how Tom will perform for Charlie? If he does not, Charlie will chew his butt, which will make Tom respond. If more »

  • Comment on: Wilhite%20takes%20a%20seat

    Posted 12/01/2009 08:38:17 EST

    I am hoping that NorvNice is a posting that BB did using a code name. I hope BB feels the same!! BB MUST have seen that the instructions from the Offensive Coordinator of our opponents (Jets, Saints, more »

  • Comment on: In%20good%20hands

    Posted 11/25/2009 10:46:37 EST

    Welker needs to enter the MVP debate. He is leading the league in receptions, even after missing 2 Games. He has been in the top 1-3 receivers in receptions in the last 2 years and here he is again. H more »

  • Comment on: Ravens%20won%26%2339%3Bt%20be%20fined%20for%20roughing%20calls

    Posted 10/08/2009 12:29:20 EDT

    The league is afraid of Lewis.

    What a great testament to discipline. Fine Mike Wright, because he will not complain.

    Suggs intended a dirty play as they were losing. Fine him!! more »

  • Comment on: 'Brady passes throw a little intrigue into mix for Patriots'

    Posted 09/02/2009 09:41:20 EDT

    The only thing Hobbs could not cover was ANY opposing receiver. If , when he was hurt, or not, he had sat out more games, we may have won more games, including another SUPERBOWL!!! A legend in his own more »

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