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Forum Post: Boston/Pat fans Re: "why are we here"?
Posted 02/09/2010 10:04:28 EST
One other point I missed: While I am here I will admit that yes, as a 49er fan, I am threatened by both Moss and Bradys' assault on Montana and Rices' greatness. That assualt is like someone stealing more »
Posted 02/09/2010 09:59:01 EST
Why is "J-Bolt" or "J-Bolted" here? This thread was posted earlier. I can answer this rhetorical question: This site is filled with the most passionionate, heated debates. The people that post here more »
Forum Post: Would Brady had thrown that pick and choked like peyton?
Posted 02/08/2010 11:00:03 EST
EBWhite; You forgot that 2 years ago Brady threw 3 picks against the Chargers in the AFC Champ game. His defense helped quite a bit on that day though, giving him a goal line stand against the Bolts more »
Posted 02/08/2010 10:56:08 EST
LOL "would Brady have thrown that pick"? Actually, he has done the exact same thing in the Postseason. So have other great QB's, from Elway, to Montana, to you name it. Brady did it (threw game endi more »
Forum Post: Breers' article on Colts - Why are Saints underdoggs?
Posted 02/07/2010 10:45:41 EST
BSP; Dungies' analysis was hillarious. He must have been trying to use some sort of coaching psychology to build confidence or something. His prediction was just too ludicrous. Equally as ludicrous more »
Forum Post: THE COLTS ARE STILL THE TEAM OF THE DECADE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted 02/07/2010 10:34:51 EST
Who would start that kind of a thread after losing the most important game in the NFL? Give me all the wins in the regular season you want, but losing the SB after all those wins just makes it that mu more »
Posted 02/07/2010 10:03:19 EST
81Pats12; Yeah, that article was garbage. Saints won the turnover battle as they have all year, scored 30+ points as they have all year, and scored on D, as they have all year . . . . Breer is a clow more »
Forum Post: Super Bowl Game Thread
Posted 02/07/2010 09:34:07 EST
I couldn't figure out for the life of me why the Saints were an underdogg in this game in the first place . . . . . They are doing what they've done all year. Highest scoring team? Check. 31 pts. D more »
Posted 02/07/2010 09:32:19 EST
LOL poor guy. Porter saw that all the way. more »
Posted 02/07/2010 09:19:59 EST
OK, I'm no colts fan, but I hope this ends the BS "conspiracy" to have Peyton win. Saints just got the call they should have. more »
Posted 02/07/2010 09:17:33 EST
That call should be overturned. That was a GOOD 2 pt conversion. more »
Posted 02/07/2010 05:01:17 EST
Good points about pressuring Manning and his quick release. We all know at some point Manning will get some sort of a handle on what is going on and make some plays, score some points. But, that doe more »
Posted 02/07/2010 01:43:59 EST
P-Mike; I wouldn't be suprised to see it go down that way either. But at the same time, more questions she be asked of how in the hell the Colts will pressure Brees and his multiple looks with Freene more »
Posted 02/07/2010 12:53:44 EST
just reading the recent article pontificating the Colts brilliance, I have to wonder, why are the Saints such tremeandous underdoggs? While the line in Vegas is only +4, in the mind of nearly every j more »
Forum Post: TO to the Patriots?
Posted 02/06/2010 02:56:01 EST
Natesubs; Dude, the Bills had another losing season, T.O is gone after another year, and he once again mouthed off . . . . . or pulled a Moss and basically shrugged off everything so the media wouldn' more »
Forum Post: Michael Irvin a rapist?
Posted 02/05/2010 03:35:51 EST
Laz; So basically Moss had an incident of some kind with a woman, who knows what actually went down, his attorneys took care of it for him, and the situation went away. I'm willing to guess that Irvin more »
Forum Post: Dungy: Peyton More Clutch Than Brady
Posted 02/05/2010 03:20:26 EST
Low-FB-IQ, The stats that I like to see are (A) comeback wins in playoff/championchip games, (B) comeback wins/number of opportunity ratio. Those are the important factors. The obvious intangilbe th more »
Posted 02/05/2010 02:16:44 EST
Both of these guys played on supremely talented teams in the 2000's, both guys have made big plays in the clutch, and both have also F'd up in the clutch more times than I can count as well. So what' more »
Posted 02/05/2010 02:04:21 EST
LOL these posts are too funny coming from the same fanbase that defends any and everything Randy Moss says/does. Didn't Moss just have some type of a tiff with allegatioins thrown in by a woman in Flo more »
Posted 02/05/2010 10:53:05 EST
Laz; Exactly. T.O will blow up any team, and to throw him on a team with an established #1 that he competed against statwise for years as the best WR in the NFL would just add fuel to the fire. I rem more »
Posted 02/05/2010 02:16:15 EST
Unclealife; It's the worst idea in the history of sports, strategically and from a team chemistry perspective. At this point in his career, T.O is no longer a complete receiver. He's basically a deep more »
Posted 02/05/2010 02:01:01 EST
LOLOLOLOLOL TO playing backseat to Moss? That is at least the way you phrased it. That would never happen in this or any other universe. Both guys are about equal in talent anyway, so why would T.O more »
Forum Post: MOSS...Now hear the rest of it.
Posted 02/02/2010 09:48:09 EST
Sflapat; Good point about the change in scheme. That definitely benefited Seymour; they are a pretty free wheeling D in Oak, as they would like to be on offense. Gridlocked; People prasie Brady for p more »
Posted 02/02/2010 06:00:25 EST
PatsRfineIn09; My opinion on that is that I agree with Belichick. No player on a losing team should be commenting about another team headed to the playoffs, or another player headed to the Hall of Fa more »
Posted 02/02/2010 05:41:21 EST
Sfla4patriots;True, Oakland is a sespool. But, Seymour played all out all year. No excuse for quitting. Quitters quit when things are bad, and losing reveals character. more »
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