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DanishPastry

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  • Posted 02/27/2015 09:44:01 EST

    In response to UD6's comment: In response to DanishPastry's comment: In response to UD6's comment:   UD, it's the timing of the Colts notifying that stinks. Obviously, if they had concerns after the r more »

  • Posted 02/27/2015 07:45:44 EST

    In response to UD6's comment: [/QUOTE] Melly - I couldn't argue with you until you got to the GM part.  Then you just threw caution and commonsense to the wind and went all out fandom.  You have no id more »

  • Forum Post: Falcon penalty

    Posted 02/25/2015 06:49:15 EST

    They may not have benefitted from it, but it is a deliberate attempt to gain an advantage. I think a 3rd rounder sounds just about right. It sends the signal that "the integrity of the game" is import more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 02:08:10 EST

    In response to NYC's comment: [QUOTE] In response to DanishPastry's comment: Ich habe nicht Deutch gesprochen zeit 1995. Ich habe viele Problemen zu hören was er sagt. German is a nice, easy to learn more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 01:56:08 EST

    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment: In response to DanishPastry's comment: Ich habe nicht Deutch gesprochen zeit 1995. Ich habe viele Problemen zu hören was er sagt. German is a nice, easy to l more »

  • Posted 02/23/2015 08:55:04 EST

    In other news, did you know that a Dane holds the record for most points in the NFL?
    Morten Andersen (the guy in my avatar).

    Supra societatem nemo

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  • Posted 02/23/2015 08:52:57 EST

    Ich habe nicht Deutch gesprochen zeit 1995. Ich habe viele Problemen zu hören was er sagt. German is a nice, easy to learn language, but ugly as h*ll. Doesn't have the charm that some of the southern more »

  • Posted 02/20/2015 08:56:54 EST

    This seems weird. The Patriots played @Colts in the regular season, meaning that after they delivered the balls for inspection by the refs, only NFL officials and Colts personel were in charge of the more »

  • Posted 02/19/2015 06:53:26 EST

    Save for the uncertainty around the outcome of the investigation, this is becoming hillarious. Silence for a couple of days, then some "breaking news" suggesting the Pats cheated in some way, only to more »

  • Posted 02/11/2015 11:28:42 EST

    UD6, you now feel a fragment of the frustration that we've felt since the AFCCG. Something isn't right, and speculation and accusations are all over the place. ATM the pointer is slowly turning away f more »

  • Posted 02/11/2015 10:53:31 EST

    I loved Welker, and was sad to see him leave. Right move or not, that's how I felt. It's a shame how a single play in the SB is allowed to dominate how he performed for six years as a Patriots, some s more »

  • Posted 02/09/2015 12:37:47 EST

    To be fair, there is no official investigation - yet - into what the Colts did or didn't do. To come out and deny at this stage is not necessary for them. Explanation time will come soon enough. Supra more »

  • Posted 02/06/2015 05:55:36 EST

    Great read, day by day it looks more and more likely that the Colts tampered with a ball. Ugly thing to do.  If this is where it's going, Irsay, Griegson and Pagano need to go and never come back. But more »

  • Forum Post: what do we do?

    Posted 02/05/2015 05:24:03 EST

    I don't see any need for a big name WR, I think they are good with what they have. Amendola will restructure or be cut, so there could be a spot for Dobson or Boyce to prove they aren't busts. Key on more »

  • Posted 02/04/2015 10:31:27 EST

    Ryan's legacy is - oh, nevermind.....

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  • Posted 02/03/2015 01:38:25 EST

    In response to TexasPat's comment: In response to agcsbill's comment:   TP, when I said the team deserves an A+ for getting to and winning the SB, I was referring to an entire season's effort and not more »

  • Posted 02/03/2015 11:19:47 EST

    In response to TexasPat's comment: In response to DanishPastry's comment: I wouldn't say I disagree, I think those grades are pretty much on the mark. What is amazing to me is that while TB and the re more »

  • Posted 02/03/2015 06:03:19 EST

    The Greatest Of All Time, TFB! That 4th quarter is just unbelievable - truly the stuff of legends. The calm and poise, getting them back on track when behind on down-and-distance, slicing through a gr more »

  • Posted 02/03/2015 05:26:21 EST

    I wouldn't say I disagree, I think those grades are pretty much on the mark. What is amazing to me is that while TB and the receivers get an A, the average is just around a B, no? So, to beat the Seah more »

  • Posted 02/02/2015 05:16:23 EST

    In response to sam0377's comment: We will be back in SB next two off they hold on to revis. Brady will retire with at lest 6 sb rings. NO TEAM IN AFC CAN STOP THEM.  COLTS AND RAVENS HAVE IT COMING FO more »

  • Posted 02/01/2015 10:28:47 EST

    CHAMPS! Incredible. That is just so f*cking amazing.

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  • Posted 01/30/2015 10:47:02 EST

    LOL.

    I'm the locker room guy, and I acted alone!

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  • Posted 01/29/2015 08:25:00 EST

    If the Patriots are penalized in any way for this, I sure as H*ll hope they put some footballs on display on the sidelines during winter games with a gauge in them constantly during the game, to show more »

  • Posted 01/29/2015 05:48:28 EST

    ATJ, I got that. It probably should have read more something like this: "If it's so important to those currently so concerned with PSI-levels". It wasn't directed at you, more at the ones making mount more »

  • Posted 01/29/2015 05:22:02 EST

    If it is so important, the easiest would be to have an official on each sideline who continually monitors the balls during the game and regulates the pressure, as in deflating/inflating them whenever more »

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