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Old 10-09-2012, 04:42 PM   #21
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Default Re: What we learned in week #5.

Oh, hahahaha.
Yeah, I guess I got a little ahead of myself on the 5th ring. You're right. #4.

I thought last season was a given and started saying 4 and never broke the habit.
Guess we'll have to get that 4th first.

New Dynasty for #5?
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Old 10-09-2012, 05:49 PM   #22
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Default Re: What we learned in week #5.

did you all forget?

patriots were still awarded a 4th ring for their 18-1* season. so what if it was roger goodells c0ck ring currently on display lodged in robert krafts throat? the memory of SB glory is still all the same in patfans minds.

the pats are this years version of the 2011 packers or 2005 colts.

after not being tested for 12 straight weeks, or even having to come from behind to secure a victory, the team will be awarded a by-week of rest they dont even need. then a battle tested team will walk into their house, punch them in the mouth, and send them home crying once again.

thats why in teh past 7 years teams like the steelers, packers, and giants have won superbowls from the 6 seed, and teams like the patriots, colts, and packers havent done jack shit as the #1.



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Old 10-14-2012, 11:26 PM   #23
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The offense sets the pace of the game. If the opposing defenses can't get their act together to keep pace with the New England's new lightning fast blitzkrieg than maybe they should go find some bush league to play in.

This is what a elite offense looks like.
Not `Green Bay Elite,` no.. the elite of the elite, best of the best.

Your post just sounds like "boo hoo the Patriots are too fast for other teams."

Good article the football X's and O's fans might be interested in on the Patriots new lightning speed attack strategy.
http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/20...ml#skip-target
Russell Wilson says Hi LOL....so much for your dynamic team
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Old 10-15-2012, 05:24 PM   #24
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So what did you learn in week 6 NEPatriots?
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Hey, congrats to Seattle who apparently won their Superbowl.
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U mad bro? LOLZ
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Yep them Patriots sure have looked good this year. Losing to the Arizona Cardinals, the Ratbirds, and the Seattle Seahawks. For us it looks like we're just hitting our stride under a new offensive coordinator and with some players coming back healthy. The Gaytriots however just run the score up on the Rams in London so they can make themselves feel better.
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Hoped the Patriots taped our game this last Sunday, cause, thats how you beat the Giants. Seeing as how they can't beat Eli and the G-men in Superbowls or the last tiem they faced the Steelers.
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1. "The Patriots are the class of the AFC"

That is quite a bold statement. The Pats are one of the strongest teams in the AFC, but I don't believe they are the best the AFC has to offer. NE lost to Baltimore, remember? I know it was on a bullshit call, but it's still a loss. The Texans are certainly playing some good ball as well. I would call them the "class of the AFC." If your team beats them this year, then I'll buy into your statement.

2. "The Patriots are THE organization in the NFL."

Kraft and Belichick have taken NE from just an ordinary franchise to one of the premier franchises and organizations in the NFL. The Patriots brand of football has risen to the top. It's hard to ignore they were the team of the 2000s with all their winning and record setting performances. However, I would not call them THE franchise of the NFL. Fans of Pittsburgh, Chicago, Green Bay may have a bone to pick with that....
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