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ricardisimo
07-28-2011, 06:44 PM
... and I'm serious about that. Nothing smells more of desperation than signing Muchostinko and Haynesworth, not to mention what walking headaches they are. These guys are cancers, distractions, overpriced has-beens and perennial losers. I'm going to enjoy watching the free-fall in Foxborough.

The JoKeR
07-28-2011, 06:48 PM
people said that about Randy Moss too....all he did was go and help Brady break the single season touchdown mark...

steeltheone
07-28-2011, 06:49 PM
If BB can makes these guts into team players, He is even better than i thought!

ricardisimo
07-28-2011, 06:54 PM
people said that about Randy Moss too....all he did was go and help Brady break the single season touchdown mark...
And I have no doubt that just like Randy Moss, these two will have statistically adequate seasons... and that the Cheats will continue their inevitable slide into mediocrity. Remember, Moss and the Patsies lost their sole chance at a title.

steeltheone
07-29-2011, 12:14 AM
The Pats will be better this season and even better the next...They are young!

ricardisimo
07-29-2011, 06:08 AM
They just got older, by a lot.

Ishkabibble
07-29-2011, 03:19 PM
Ah yes, no problem. We've been shutting those guys down for years.
BYW, I was surprised to find Haynesworth just turned 30.
He's a lot of things for certain but what he's not is too old.

ricardisimo
07-29-2011, 05:17 PM
Ah yes, no problem. We've been shutting those guys down for years.
BYW, I was surprised to find Haynesworth just turned 30.
He's a lot of things for certain but what he's not is too old.
This is his tenth season. 10. That's double-digit wear and tear on his body. How is that "young"?

Ishkabibble
07-29-2011, 05:54 PM
This is his tenth season. 10. That's double-digit wear and tear on his body. How is that "young"?

I thought "too old" was the question?
He's not young but how many good DL's are 30+ years old in the NFL right now? More than a handful, incuding a couple on the Steelers.
My concern would be the possibility of him re-dedicating himself to football. And we all know that could happen up there. Certainly not a sure thing...and he might be a flat-out bust...but it also definitely could happen.

If that fat ass is focused and motivated, two things will happen:
--- Redskins fans will be lining up to jump off a bridge
--- And the Patriot defensive front will no doubt be improved.

ricardisimo
08-01-2011, 04:59 PM
The average NFL career is 3-1/2 years. Ten years is old, I'm sure you can grasp that.

Everywhere Terrell Owens goes, he puts up great numbers, even on a stinky Bills team with no quarterback. But no matter where he goes, they lose (Philly being the lone exception.) It's exactly the same with Muchostinko and Haynesworth. Actually, I dare say Owens is, conditioning-wise, younger than both of these guys.

They are perennial losers. Whiny, big-talking, stat-padding losers. That will not change this year.

zsheik22
08-03-2011, 03:50 PM
Haynesworth will have a good year I think.

ricardisimo
08-04-2011, 04:53 AM
Haynesworth will have a good year I think.
And I say it won't matter. In fact, I'm looking into my crystal meth... I mean, my crystal ball right now, and I'm predicting the Patsies lose their first two games - at Miami and San Diego.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/21/Carnac.jpg

zsheik22
08-04-2011, 11:04 AM
And I say it won't matter. In fact, I'm looking into my crystal meth... I mean, my crystal ball right now, and I'm predicting the Patsies lose their first two games - at Miami and San Diego.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/21/Carnac.jpg




Friendly bet. I'll go 2-0. I dont think the fins will be able to score and I think the SD game will be a good one but the pats will pull it out.


On that note.... this is one bet I would LOVE to lose.

ricardisimo
09-07-2011, 04:22 AM
In what is perhaps a sign that the Muchostinko experiment is over before it even began:
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Tom Brady would welcome Randy Moss
By Chris Forsberg

New England Patriots (http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/_/name/ne/new-england-patriots) quarterback Tom Brady (http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/2330/tom-brady) said he spoke with Randy Moss (http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/1433/randy-moss) just before the start of training camp this season and asked about a report that the wide receiver would be interested in coming out of retirement to play for New England again.

While Moss was not definitive in wanting to return, Brady was open to the idea of a reunion. "Would it surprise me? You never know in the NFL," Brady told Boston sports radio WEEI during his weekly call-in Tuesday. "I talked to Randy just before the start of training camp. I love Randy. He's one of the greatest wide receivers in the history of the game, one of the greater players I've ever had the chance to play with. "Unfortunately, I don't make personnel decisions. If I did, I'd still have all my friends here -- Troy [Brown], David Patten (http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/1393/david-patten), Deion [Branch] never would have left. I've seen so many guys move on, then guys come back. Who knows? You never know what situation we'll be in here next week, for that matter.

"I can't get into [Moss's] brain at all. I love the guy. He's a great friend of mine. If he ever did have the opportunity to come back, I'd certainly welcome it with open arms." Moss played 13 seasons with Minnesota, Oakland, New England and briefly Tennessee. The six-time Pro Bowler had arguably his best season as a pro with the Pats in 2007, catching 98 passes for 1,493 yards and a league-leading 23 touchdowns. For his career, Moss has 14,858 receiving yards and 153 touchdowns, which is second only to Jerry Rice (http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/12/jerry-rice)'s 197 all time.

ricardisimo
09-28-2011, 03:44 PM
So far what we have is kind of the opposite of what I expected: Haynesworth and Muchostinko are almost complete non-factors, and yet the Cheats are doing OK... kind of. They don't appear to have any defense, which will probably keep them out of the playoff, certainly out of the Super Bowl yet again.

But, really? Two tackles for Haynesworth? 5 catches for Stink? Wow.

cloppbeast
09-28-2011, 04:19 PM
And I have no doubt that just like Randy Moss, these two will have statistically adequate seasons... and that the Cheats will continue their inevitable slide into mediocrity. Remember, Moss and the Patsies lost their sole chance at a title.

Mediocrity? Really?

If the Patriots are mediocre, then who is good?

Fire Arians
09-28-2011, 05:32 PM
So far what we have is kind of the opposite of what I expected: Haynesworth and Muchostinko are almost complete non-factors, and yet the Cheats are doing OK... kind of. They don't appear to have any defense, which will probably keep them out of the playoff, certainly out of the Super Bowl yet again.

But, really? Two tackles for Haynesworth? 5 catches for Stink? Wow.

they will ddefinitely make the playoffs. super bowl might be a stretch if they run into a team who can stop their passing attack, like the jets

ricardisimo
09-30-2011, 12:00 AM
Mediocrity? Really?

If the Patriots are mediocre, then who is good?
You didn't get very far into this thread before replying, I see. But anyway, let's revisit this at the halfway mark.

ricardisimo
11-11-2011, 10:50 PM
Mediocrity? Really?

If the Patriots are mediocre, then who is good?
So now we can answer your question at the halfway mark. The Patriots league ranking is 13th, which I dare say puts them in the mediocre third, and you can glance at the teams ahead of them to see who is good: GB, SF, Ravens, Bengals, Detroit, NYG, HOU, NO, us, ATL, the Bills and the Bears. I know this doesn't jibe with your Brady-centric worldview, but there are group therapy sessions and even medications to help you out.