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  • Posted 11/07/2011 08:34:49 EST

    Yes, the Pats have some issues, but one of the major ones is that they are turning the ball over.  While Brady is one of the all time greats, even he can't perform miracles when the team coughs up the more »

  • Posted 03/05/2011 07:26:56 EST

    Last year, the Packers had $9.8 million in profit and net income of $5.2 million with $4 million the season before.  Green Bay is publicly owned and operated, so they have to open their books.  http:/ more »

  • Posted 03/02/2011 08:19:16 EST

    Only street free agents can sign at the moment.  Players with contracts that played in 2010 and due to be free agents in 2011 cannot sign with a different team.  Only players that were cut can sign wi more »

  • Posted 02/27/2011 09:38:27 EST

    There probably won't even be an official lockout.  The union will decertify before the owners can lock them out.  Then they will sue the NFL for antitrust infractions and they will continue on in cour more »

  • Posted 02/16/2011 05:11:15 EST

    Counting the post season, Sanchez is actually 23-14 (he missed a game as a rookie) with a .622 winning percentage.  While that is a solid two year stretch, there have been some other QBs in the past 1 more »

  • Posted 02/14/2011 08:35:29 EST

    1) Without a CBA, there can be no trades that involve players, only trades involving picks for picks. 2) Not being under contact, the Pats can't trade Mankins. 3) At this point, the only way they coul more »

  • Posted 02/05/2011 10:17:40 EST

    Not sure how the Cardinals/Steelers is not in the Top 10. more »

  • Forum Post: pick 33 for FITZ??

    Posted 02/03/2011 08:03:33 EST

    Players cannot be traded without a new CBA. ARI will want way more than the 33rd pick.  The Cowboys traded a 1st, 3rd, and 6th for Roy Williams. He also will want way more than $7 million a season.  H more »

  • Posted 02/01/2011 07:20:15 EST

    Some people fail to realize that a main reason why the Pats did so well early on had more to with the defense than Brady and the offense. Here's a recap of the post-season defense in the playoff years more »

  • Posted 02/01/2011 06:46:11 EST

    The Pats did not draft a TE in 07, 08, or 09. more »

  • Forum Post: Compensation Picks

    Posted 01/30/2011 04:39:17 EST

    Performance really has very little to do with it.  It's also based on total team player additions and losses.  It has to do with the average contract value, so I don't see Watson being worth a 4th bas more »

  • Posted 01/27/2011 08:03:35 EST

    In Response to Re: Mankins doesn't sound like he's leaning toward the Pats...:   As the great bruschi once said " I know what Iam worth and could go play somewhere else and get more money,but how much more »

  • Posted 01/27/2011 07:14:59 EST

    In Response to Re: Mankins doesn't sound like he's leaning toward the Pats...: really? Ok, see ya Logan. we got 6 high draft picks and can probably find a good replacement in the 4th round Posted by k more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 06:06:54 EST

    In Response to Re: BenJarvus Green-Ellis: Productivity in the regular season is almost irrelevant.  You still need defense and Running to win play off games. Posted by Schumpeters-Ghost NE had 113 rus more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 05:38:45 EST

    In Response to Re: BenJarvus Green-Ellis: In Response to BenJarvus Green-Ellis : More proof we need an experienced OC Posted by Evil2010 The 2010 Pats ranked in the Top 10 all time in points scored in more »

  • Posted 01/09/2011 08:13:48 EST

    Seymour said previously he would play for 30 other teams before he'd go back to the Patriots.  Not sure he'd be eager to return. more »

  • Forum Post: 45-3

    Posted 01/09/2011 07:12:09 EST

    What happened in previous games really has nothing to do with an upcoming game.  For example, Saints beat the Seahawks by more than 2 TD in the regular season but lost yesterday.  The Packers beat the more »

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    Posted 01/07/2011 09:53:02 EST

    Team, Margin of Victory, * = Playoff Game NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS PAST 3 SEASONS HOME VS PLAYOFF TEAMS 2008: MIA -25, PIT -23, ARI +40 2009: BAL +6, NYJ +17, BAL -19* 2010: BAL +3, IND +3, NYJ +42, GB +4 more »

  • Posted 01/01/2011 11:57:05 EST

    The 1974 Steelers draft yielded 4 future HOFers in wide receiver Lynn Swan in round 1, linebacker Jack Lambert in round 2, wide receiver John Stallworth in round 4 and center Mike Webster in round 5.  more »

  • Posted 12/29/2010 09:30:49 EST

    KC had 4 wins last year and made the playoffs this year. STL had 1 win last year and could make the playoffs this year. TB had 3 wins last year and have an outside chance of making the playoffs this y more »

  • Posted 12/21/2010 05:59:38 EST

    No.  If the Pats lose their last two and the Jets win their last two, NE would be a wildcard team.  If NE wins one or NYJ lose one, then the Pats earn the #1 seed. more »

  • Posted 12/20/2010 12:09:47 EST

    Not buying it.  Brady is the #1 rated passer on the highest scoring team on the team with the best record in football.  If that wasn't enough, he's led the team to what, 6 games in a row without a tur more »

  • Posted 11/29/2010 12:16:11 EST

    Compensatory picks are based on team net player gains and losses and individual contract value.  Watson got a contract with an average annual value of $4 million a season.  Based on recent seasons, th more »

  • Posted 11/24/2010 09:50:30 EST

    I don't see three NFC teams not winning their divisions with 11 wins this year.  CHI and TB will have a tough time getting to 11 wins. more »

  • Posted 11/17/2010 10:45:46 EST

    I do not think the same rules of enforcement apply when the defensive player was not the first one to hit the offensive player.  Chung started to tackle Ward and turned Ward sideways, causing Ward's h more »

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