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BJhough

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About Me: Male, Age: 22, Dover, NH About Me: I watched Super Bowl XX with my mom when I was two weeks old; lucky for me she was an adamant fan before I was born. At about age 9, I was already engaged in playing Pee-Wee Football for my home town in Dover, NH, there were 12 teams in the league all sporting NFL names. Call it fate, or by chance I ended up being randomly assigned to a team donning the Patriots logo. I wore the jersey #12 (coincidence? Maybe, I did play quarterback for a year) for four years until I moved on to Dover Middle School football. About the time I started playing in the Pee-Wee League, I was already a crazed Patriots fan. It was around that time they entered Super Bowl XXXI. I was so passionate about the organization, I admit, I teared up when the Patriots went two touchdowns behind in the fourth quarter. Since, I have never given up on the team, from the Pete Carroll years to Bill Belichick, to the early 21st generation Championships; I never lost sight of my team. I continue to follow NCAA football, right into the combine, then the draft (seen usually at Gillette), off-season work outs and personnel moves, right into rookie/OTA and mandatory training camp. I do this because I love the game. I also do this because I want to see who will be the new kid to wear that blue, silver, and red jersey that means so much to me. One day I will be a season ticket holder, I acknowledge this is something that will not happen in the near future. It is something that will be a goal of mine. In this distant future, I will be attending a New England Patriots game almost every Sunday as an older fan, and I assure you, still being the loudest person in the crowd.

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  • Comment on: Chung%3A%20%26%2339%3BIt%20was%20an%20honest%20mistake%26%2339%3B

    Posted 11/12/2009 01:39:59 EST

    God damnit. Here we go again. I love smash mouth football, but there are new rules, and there has been four new rules in-place this year JUST to protect the head of another player. Henne's brain wasn' more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 04:35:05 EST

    something NOT taught** more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 04:32:59 EST

    Thanks bbobbo for the video, clip-by-clip youtube isn't the best for NFL detective work. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEXph1QPzjA Notice on the video at second number 12, the crown of his helmet is more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 04:19:02 EST

    I try not to repeat myself but if you follow the thread, I believe, Burgess was orginally called, or were both called? I do know what the call was, but there are multiple reasons for why Chung had rec more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 03:46:25 EST

    This thread is not about NFL entertainment, the refs favoring one side or the other, Chung's tackling form, or people are 'wusses' (not the term I would normally use) because this is football and it's more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 01:07:26 EST

    Right, I forget they put that on Burg. I want to see a replay of the hit, someone try to find it I can't. more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 12:51:25 EST

    No way, chest first, then Chung's helmet drove up and under his facemask. The top of Chung's helmet drove directly into his chin. more »

  • Comment on: Chung%20fined

    Posted 11/11/2009 12:46:03 EST

    I agree, for the most part it's never any players intention to drive his helmet into anothers, espicially up under the facemask. Pat Chung is well known for his energy and extra effort, there was no s more »

  • Comment on: Miami%20Sound%20Machine

    Posted 11/05/2009 11:39:19 EST

    I would rather listen to Gloria Estefan all day then Joey Porter's jibberish mouth.

    Turrnnn thee beeattt arroouunndd! more »

  • Comment on: Meriweather%20named%20AFC%20DPOW

    Posted 10/28/2009 02:51:39 EDT

    I don't think this is a one time thing for Meriweather. I think his first year he was clouded by position placement on a injury riddled socondary, still learning the book. His second year he was blowi more »

  • Comment on: AFC%20East%20teams%20feeling%20pain

    Posted 10/27/2009 03:09:40 EDT

    can we add terrence wheatley to this talk? where the hell has he been. more »

  • Comment on: Patriots%20confirm%20Seau%20signing

    Posted 10/14/2009 09:19:33 EDT

    His age doesn't matter, you guys act like Belichick is signing Laurence Taylor. Seau PLAYED last year, and from what I remember it took him one game before he started making some brutal run stops. Bes more »

  • Comment on: Patriots%20Practice%20Report%20%28Wednesday%20update%20--%20Week%206%29

    Posted 10/14/2009 08:42:25 EDT

    Like last week, Moss is basically saying "I know the playbook, call the plays where I am the #1 reciever or I'll take the day off." Second Wednesday snooze day in a row. I feel like O'Brien or whoever more »

  • Comment on: Patriots%20confirm%20Seau%20signing

    Posted 10/14/2009 11:35:09 EDT

    I always loved last year at his first practice after returning, some of the behind-the-scenes film coverage: BB: "NFL's all time leader in tackles... doing tackling drills, never thought I would see t more »

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