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2015-10-26 11:02:20 AM  

swankywanky: Brady running is like Bird dunking.  Yep, he did it, but it didn't happen a lot and when it did there wasn't much...well, style....but got the job done.


So just like Joe Montana*

*after he had like 10 back injuries
 
2015-10-26 11:04:01 AM  

RI_Red: CodeMonkey4Life: jfivealive: That was such a great game.  After the second play I thought we were gonna get blown out 45 to 3 again.  Pretty sure Fitzpatrick had more passing yards than Brady at the half too.  Both teams made great halftime adjustments and it really was anybody's game.  I'm about as satisfied with that loss as anyone can really be with one.

It was a well played game, I was worried the Pats O-line would embarrass themselves and I hoped Fitz would throw a bunch of interceptions but even the weaker links played pretty well.
The Jets deserve respect, the Pats caught a big break when Ivory tweaked his leg right away and I don't expect any 9.5 point lines when the Pats have to go to New York.

Was that really the spread? I wouldn't have taken that, either. #1 Defense vs. #1 Offense means a close game, even with the D being on the road. LaFell with 11 drops also helped NYJ.


opened at 9.5 and only got down to 8 as the week went on.

in the NFL that kind of spread should be reserved for a very good team against a very bad team, two good teams should never see that kind of spread.
I suspect the betting public is a bigger believer in the patriots invincibility myth and the revenge tour story line than those of us who follow the team closely are.
 
2015-10-26 11:04:17 AM  

CodeMonkey4Life: jfivealive: That was such a great game.  After the second play I thought we were gonna get blown out 45 to 3 again.  Pretty sure Fitzpatrick had more passing yards than Brady at the half too.  Both teams made great halftime adjustments and it really was anybody's game.  I'm about as satisfied with that loss as anyone can really be with one.

It was a well played game, I was worried the Pats O-line would embarrass themselves and I hoped Fitz would throw a bunch of interceptions but even the weaker links played pretty well.
The Jets deserve respect, the Pats caught a big break when Ivory tweaked his leg right away and I don't expect any 9.5 point lines when the Pats have to go to New York.


If the officials called that game even, it would have been a 45-27 game.
 
2015-10-26 11:04:55 AM  

CodeMonkey4Life: jfivealive: That was such a great game.  After the second play I thought we were gonna get blown out 45 to 3 again.  Pretty sure Fitzpatrick had more passing yards than Brady at the half too.  Both teams made great halftime adjustments and it really was anybody's game.  I'm about as satisfied with that loss as anyone can really be with one.

It was a well played game, I was worried the Pats O-line would embarrass themselves and I hoped Fitz would throw a bunch of interceptions but even the weaker links played pretty well.
The Jets deserve respect, the Pats caught a big break when Ivory tweaked his leg right away and I don't expect any 9.5 point lines when the Pats have to go to New York.


Yeah that was a pretty unfortunate play to start the game, but that's football.  The Pats dropped like 10 passes too.  Jets just made a few small mistakes that really hurt them.  Marshall dropping a pass that would of certainly been a TD, Fitz throwing that 40 yard bomb to Smith in the 4th quarter on 3rd and 6th was a pretty poor decision, and then the D running an all out blitz on the goal line leaving Gronk wide open for the TD.  The on side kick recovery was pure luck and they just needed a few more seconds to be able to give it a shot which would of been a great way to end the game, but all in all, I was pretty impressed with that performance, especially in the Pats house.
 
2015-10-26 11:07:32 AM  
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2015-10-26 11:09:09 AM  

Kuta: litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!

AFC East is lucky they face the NFC Least this year.


The NFC is lucky they face the Pats Least this year.
 
2015-10-26 11:14:30 AM  

jaylectricity: Nana's Vibrator: bah, this Pats team has 18-1 written on it again.  They're not beating Green Bay.  Hopefully the Pack can beat themselves in the playoffs again.

Green Bay? Haha, yeah, OK.


None of these teams are going undefeated or even just 1 loss, wouldn't be shocked if all of them had minimum 2-3 losses by the end of the season. Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.
 
2015-10-26 11:18:16 AM  

veedeevadeevoodee: [www.buffalobruises.com image 622x768]


that's fitting because Ron Burgundy is a quotable but not funny or smart symbol of misguided fratboy group think from 2004.

/just like hating the Patriots and making up excuses for their achievements to convince yourself that your team might have a chance to go somewhere.
 
2015-10-26 11:20:42 AM  
Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.
 
2015-10-26 11:21:40 AM  

jfivealive: CodeMonkey4Life: jfivealive: That was such a great game.  After the second play I thought we were gonna get blown out 45 to 3 again.  Pretty sure Fitzpatrick had more passing yards than Brady at the half too.  Both teams made great halftime adjustments and it really was anybody's game.  I'm about as satisfied with that loss as anyone can really be with one.

It was a well played game, I was worried the Pats O-line would embarrass themselves and I hoped Fitz would throw a bunch of interceptions but even the weaker links played pretty well.
The Jets deserve respect, the Pats caught a big break when Ivory tweaked his leg right away and I don't expect any 9.5 point lines when the Pats have to go to New York.

Yeah that was a pretty unfortunate play to start the game, but that's football.  The Pats dropped like 10 passes too.  Jets just made a few small mistakes that really hurt them.  Marshall dropping a pass that would of certainly been a TD, Fitz throwing that 40 yard bomb to Smith in the 4th quarter on 3rd and 6th was a pretty poor decision, and then the D running an all out blitz on the goal line leaving Gronk wide open for the TD.  The on side kick recovery was pure luck and they just needed a few more seconds to be able to give it a shot which would of been a great way to end the game, but all in all, I was pretty impressed with that performance, especially in the Pats house.


I think a key difference was the Pats winning the punting game, the Jets had much, much worse average starting positions.  The Pats have a good punting game but I don't think that level of difference is going to be repeated reliably .
 
2015-10-26 11:22:14 AM  

AdamK: Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.


I don't think so. If they were so lucky to go into week 14 with a 13-0 record, they would feel like they had a chance to do what they couldn't do before. When they lost in 2007 it wasn't because they didn't rest their guys near the end of the year. They just had one bad game after a bad week of practice filled with distractions from the "taped the Rams walkthrough" story.

About the only thing you might be able to say about that year was their last game against the Giants their offense put up a number of points in a great shootout. I'll bet Coughlin learned how he could stop them during that game. The Patriots probably showed more than they wanted to in that game.
 
2015-10-26 11:23:42 AM  

CodeMonkey4Life: Hydra: CodeMonkey4Life: I'm hoping to remember it as the year crybabies whined louder and louder as the Pats kept winning and I laughed harder and harder at the frustrated tantrums of whiny losers.

I'm sure if you post about it enough, Tom's gonna let you fark Gisele.

/it's a farking game

I enjoy the lamentations of sore losers. their sad petty spitefulness is like a license to gloat.


yeah, nothing like cheering on a herd of manchildren who'd have nothing to do with you if you had the last remaining drops of water on earth to make up for your having failed in life
 
2015-10-26 11:25:23 AM  

AdamK: jaylectricity: Nana's Vibrator: bah, this Pats team has 18-1 written on it again.  They're not beating Green Bay.  Hopefully the Pack can beat themselves in the playoffs again.

Green Bay? Haha, yeah, OK.

None of these teams are going undefeated or even just 1 loss, wouldn't be shocked if all of them had minimum 2-3 losses by the end of the season. Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.


undefeated is a factorial equation, even if you start with a very high percentage estimate for winning games the chances of winning them all are tiny.

people predicting undefeated teams in week 7 don't understand math or football.
 
2015-10-26 11:27:46 AM  

CodeMonkey4Life: people predicting undefeated teams in week 7 don't understand math or football.


Ok, but this isn't a game of complete chance. Percentages of probability as a simple math equation doesn't really apply. I'm not predicting an undefeated season, but I wouldn't even be surprised.
 
2015-10-26 11:30:37 AM  

jaylectricity: AdamK: Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.

I don't think so. If they were so lucky to go into week 14 with a 13-0 record, they would feel like they had a chance to do what they couldn't do before. When they lost in 2007 it wasn't because they didn't rest their guys near the end of the year. They just had one bad game after a bad week of practice filled with distractions from the "taped the Rams walkthrough" story.

About the only thing you might be able to say about that year was their last game against the Giants their offense put up a number of points in a great shootout. I'll bet Coughlin learned how he could stop them during that game. The Patriots probably showed more than they wanted to in that game.


Eh, the 2014 playoffs was the first time since their repeat that everybody was healthy by the time they got to the super bowl, i'd be shocked if they really put no emphasis on keeping guys healthy.
 
2015-10-26 11:32:40 AM  

CodeMonkey4Life: AdamK: jaylectricity: Nana's Vibrator: bah, this Pats team has 18-1 written on it again.  They're not beating Green Bay.  Hopefully the Pack can beat themselves in the playoffs again.

Green Bay? Haha, yeah, OK.

None of these teams are going undefeated or even just 1 loss, wouldn't be shocked if all of them had minimum 2-3 losses by the end of the season. Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.

undefeated is a factorial equation, even if you start with a very high percentage estimate for winning games the chances of winning them all are tiny.

people predicting undefeated teams in week 7 don't understand math or football.


yeah, the whole point was that the Patriots have an easy road to the AFC championship but their secondary will not stop Aaron Rodgers and whoever they have receiving passes in February.  I wasn't trying to turn this into a Beakman's World thread.
 
2015-10-26 11:33:38 AM  

Slackfumasta: Let's not forget this one too:

Brady jukes Urlacher


Joe Montana used to juke the ALL TIME GREATS in his day. Guys like Dick Butkus, Mean Joe Green, The entire Fearsome Foursome, The Purple People Eaters, and the Steel Curtain.

And he he did in an era when hand checking was LEGAL.

Joe Montana was the GOAT and that my friend will never change.

Ever.
 
2015-10-26 11:38:53 AM  

Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.


You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.
 
2015-10-26 11:40:48 AM  

jaylectricity: CodeMonkey4Life: people predicting undefeated teams in week 7 don't understand math or football.

Ok, but this isn't a game of complete chance. Percentages of probability as a simple math equation doesn't really apply. I'm not predicting an undefeated season, but I wouldn't even be surprised.


probabilities not chance. I don't think the Pats are like flipping a coin , more like rolling a loaded dice ;)

I would be surprised, there are 10 (or 13) games and fluke plays and turnovers could happen in any one of them.
I like this Pats team but even 90% would be just 35% after 10 games and 25% after 13
I think an average 80% win probability would indicate an incredibly good team and that would be down to 5.5% after 13 tries
 
2015-10-26 11:42:09 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: but their secondary will not stop Aaron Rodgers and whoever they have receiving passes in February


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Potential Green Bay WR come February given the attrition rate
 
2015-10-26 11:44:08 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: CodeMonkey4Life: AdamK: jaylectricity: Nana's Vibrator: bah, this Pats team has 18-1 written on it again.  They're not beating Green Bay.  Hopefully the Pack can beat themselves in the playoffs again.

Green Bay? Haha, yeah, OK.

None of these teams are going undefeated or even just 1 loss, wouldn't be shocked if all of them had minimum 2-3 losses by the end of the season. Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.

undefeated is a factorial equation, even if you start with a very high percentage estimate for winning games the chances of winning them all are tiny.

people predicting undefeated teams in week 7 don't understand math or football.

yeah, the whole point was that the Patriots have an easy road to the AFC championship but their secondary will not stop Aaron Rodgers and whoever they have receiving passes in February.  I wasn't trying to turn this into a Beakman's World thread.


I would always bet the field in a salary cap league. there are no invincible teams.
 
2015-10-26 11:44:45 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: veedeevadeevoodee: [www.buffalobruises.com image 622x768]

that's fitting because Ron Burgundy is a quotable but not funny or smart symbol of misguided fratboy group think from 2004.

/just like hating the Patriots and making up excuses for their achievements to convince yourself that your team might have a chance to go somewhere.


Truth
 
2015-10-26 11:46:35 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.


It goes both ways.  Pats fans certainly love throwing it down everyone's throats.  Brady will have to retire soon.  The Pats legacy has a good chance of dying there for a very long time.
 
2015-10-26 11:47:36 AM  

jaylectricity: AdamK: Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.

I don't think so. If they were so lucky to go into week 14 with a 13-0 record, they would feel like they had a chance to do what they couldn't do before. When they lost in 2007 it wasn't because they didn't rest their guys near the end of the year. They just had one bad game after a bad week of practice filled with distractions from the "taped the Rams walkthrough" story.

About the only thing you might be able to say about that year was their last game against the Giants their offense put up a number of points in a great shootout. I'll bet Coughlin learned how he could stop them during that game. The Patriots probably showed more than they wanted to in that game.


Always say "the bullshiat Rams Walk through story which was retracted less then 24 hours later". People still think that actually happened.
 
2015-10-26 11:51:16 AM  

Waxing_Chewbacca: Nana's Vibrator: veedeevadeevoodee: [www.buffalobruises.com image 622x768]

that's fitting because Ron Burgundy is a quotable but not funny or smart symbol of misguided fratboy group think from 2004.

/just like hating the Patriots and making up excuses for their achievements to convince yourself that your team might have a chance to go somewhere.

Truth


If only the Titans hadn't lost that one game to the Pats 59-0 they'd be 5x super bowl champions! or something...
 
2015-10-26 11:55:20 AM  
Tom Brayd truly is the greatest athlete since Micheal Jordon.  I don't think people realize how lucky Bill Bilecheck is to have the guy.

Hell, imagine if you had Tom Brayd at quarterback, Secretariet in the backfield, Jordon and Lants Armstrong at the wings, Tiger Woulds at the tight end, and Rhonda Rousey at kicker.  Wow.  My heart would explode, at how much heart they have.
 
2015-10-26 11:58:01 AM  
OG Cheetah

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2015-10-26 11:58:37 AM  
All he does is win.
 
2015-10-26 11:58:53 AM  

EyeballKid: somedude210: remember, if somehow the Patriots go 19-0 (unlikely but probable) this season will be forever known as the "Tom Brady 'I hate you all' revenge tour"

Or, more likely, it'll be remembered as another year the Pats cheated and got away with it.

/Unless your name's Sully.


Oh f*ck off. I'm tired of this shtick. Not everyone in f*cking new england is from the same tiny part of Boston and we're not all named f*cking Sully. Grow a pair, ya f*cking mookp
 
2015-10-26 12:05:09 PM  
YAY!!! Monday Morning Hateriots Thread!
/I love you guy, man.
//*sniff*
///Squish the Fish!!!
 
2015-10-26 12:05:41 PM  

jfivealive: Nana's Vibrator: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.

It goes both ways.  Pats fans certainly love throwing it down everyone's throats.  Brady will have to retire soon.  The Pats legacy has a good chance of dying there for a very long time.


And then 1/32 of NFL fans will be quiet.  31/32 never shuts up.  You are the 96.9 percent!
 
2015-10-26 12:06:08 PM  

jfivealive: Nana's Vibrator: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.

It goes both ways.  Pats fans certainly love throwing it down everyone's throats.  Brady will have to retire soon.  The Pats legacy has a good chance of dying there for a very long time.


I think even when Brady retires, the Pats will still have Belichick for a while. They will at least stay favored for the division with him, but probably not much more than that. I don't see them going back to pre Brady/Belichick levels anytime soon.
 
2015-10-26 12:07:24 PM  

jfivealive: Nana's Vibrator: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.

It goes both ways.  Pats fans certainly love throwing it down everyone's throats.  Brady will have to retire soon.  The Pats legacy has a good chance of dying there for a very long time.


I'm trying to enjoy this year win or lose.
I suspect there aren't many left before the Pats are talking about the next Brady the way the rest of the AFC East talk about the next Marino or Kelly or Namath. Great QBs are hard to find and I feel lucky the Pats found even one.
 
2015-10-26 12:09:32 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: jfivealive: Nana's Vibrator: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.

It goes both ways.  Pats fans certainly love throwing it down everyone's throats.  Brady will have to retire soon.  The Pats legacy has a good chance of dying there for a very long time.

And then 1/32 of NFL fans will be quiet.  31/32 never shuts up.  You are the 96.9 percent!


Didnt work that way with Red Sox or Celtics  or Bruins when they dove into the hoppa
 
2015-10-26 12:12:38 PM  

litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!


Still got a few days before they get back to that. Playing a division game on a Thursday night sucks infinite balls, especially when you're banged up going into the game. The only saving grace is that it is in Foxboro. I'm hoping the offense heals up quick, they can't hope to win again with only 18 players dressed on such short rest.
 
2015-10-26 12:13:20 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: CodeMonkey4Life: AdamK: jaylectricity: Nana's Vibrator: bah, this Pats team has 18-1 written on it again.  They're not beating Green Bay.  Hopefully the Pack can beat themselves in the playoffs again.

Green Bay? Haha, yeah, OK.

None of these teams are going undefeated or even just 1 loss, wouldn't be shocked if all of them had minimum 2-3 losses by the end of the season. Patriots in particular will sit guys and lose games once they clinch home field advantage.

undefeated is a factorial equation, even if you start with a very high percentage estimate for winning games the chances of winning them all are tiny.

people predicting undefeated teams in week 7 don't understand math or football.

yeah, the whole point was that the Patriots have an easy road to the AFC championship but their secondary will not stop Aaron Rodgers and whoever they have receiving passes in February.  I wasn't trying to turn this into a Beakman's World thread.


Ehh, I'm not worried about GB because I don't know if it will be Pats/GB.......I mean, just in the AFC East,  the Jets looked WAAAAAYYY better than they have in ages. And Miami is rebounding.

I would guess that it's going to be Pats, Jets, Bengals, Steelers, Broncos, Colts. I think the Pats will win, but it's gonna be a fight.

Then there is the NFC - I think it's going to be Giants, Eagles, Panthers, Falcons,GB and Cards.
I think the Panthers worry me more than GB.

Either way, looks like the postseason should be good
 
2015-10-26 12:13:55 PM  
All the bluster about the Patriots aside, the Jets kept it close yesterday.

Made 2 mistakes to bookend the game, which cost them.

Hopefully they can take what they learned from the game and apply it to when the Pats play @ the Jets.

The non-existent rushing game for the Patriots was a neat silver lining.
 
2015-10-26 12:17:51 PM  

Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.


So why did you click on a story that had Patriots in the headline?
 
2015-10-26 12:21:48 PM  

lilbjorn: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

So why did you click on a story that had Patriots in the headline?


Because Tom Brady being called a cheetah is fantastic.
 
2015-10-26 12:23:14 PM  

litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!


I know Houston sucks, but I'm not ready to say yesterday was a fluke for the Fins just yet.

\worried about that one
\\Miami is New England's kryptonite
\\\Denver was too, until Peyton showed up
 
2015-10-26 12:33:29 PM  

tommyl66: litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!

Still got a few days before they get back to that. Playing a division game on a Thursday night sucks infinite balls, especially when you're banged up going into the game. The only saving grace is that it is in Foxboro. I'm hoping the offense heals up quick, they can't hope to win again with only 18 players dressed on such short rest.


I think a fair number of those guys would have played if yesterday had been a playoff game
 
2015-10-26 12:33:39 PM  

NeoCortex42: jfivealive: Nana's Vibrator: Dafatone: Good lord, nothing is worse than Pats fans and Pats haters whining at each other.

You guys always get this wrong.  The worst is the association of 31 other teams' fans being sore losers over each and every year for 15 years.  And 15 years is just about the entire life of internet comment popularity.  So it's like 31 out of every 32 fans in the NFL have been whining forever and ever.  It's ruined.  YOU RUINED IT.

It goes both ways.  Pats fans certainly love throwing it down everyone's throats.  Brady will have to retire soon.  The Pats legacy has a good chance of dying there for a very long time.

I think even when Brady retires, the Pats will still have Belichick for a while. They will at least stay favored for the division with him, but probably not much more than that. I don't see them going back to pre Brady/Belichick levels anytime soon.


Belichick is a fantastic coach, but without Brady I don't think they will be major contenders anymore unless they found a great replacement.  Gronk probably isn't going anywhere soon, so if the patriots can pick up another great QB (kinda like Young after Montana) they may be able to have another go at it.  Looks unlikely to me because I bet Brady will retire on a great year (Maybe even this year if they win the super bowl again, but i bet next season will be his last honestly), which means a late draft pick.  I'm sure next year they will be looking for a backup to replace Brady.  They'll have to trade away a lot of assets to get a QB, unless they can get that super lucky late draft pick sleeper who just happens to come in after the starter is injured, and becomes the next Tom Brady.
 
2015-10-26 12:39:17 PM  

jfivealive: Looks unlikely to me because I bet Brady will retire on a great year (Maybe even this year if they win the super bowl again, but i bet next season will be his last honestly), which means a late draft pick.

OMG did you type that unironically?
 
2015-10-26 12:40:15 PM  

jfivealive: unless they can get that super lucky late draft pick sleeper who just happens to come in after the starter is injured, and becomes the next Tom Brady.

Never mind. . . I see what you did there
 
2015-10-26 12:46:00 PM  

Free Radical: Slackfumasta: Let's not forget this one too:

Brady jukes Urlacher

Joe Montana used to juke the ALL TIME GREATS in his day. Guys like Dick Butkus, Mean Joe Green, The entire Fearsome Foursome, The Purple People Eaters, and the Steel Curtain.

And he he did in an era when hand checking was LEGAL.

Joe Montana was the GOAT and that my friend will never change.

Ever.


Well sure it will never change in your tiny empty cranium but it has already changed in the minds of people who know football.  But keep farking that chicken. It make sit easy to pick out the people   who know nothing about football in these threads
 
2015-10-26 12:49:04 PM  

mainstreet62: All the bluster about the Patriots aside, the Jets kept it close yesterday.

Made 2 mistakes to bookend the game, which cost them.

Hopefully they can take what they learned from the game and apply it to when the Pats play @ the Jets.

The non-existent rushing game for the Patriots was a neat silver lining.


The injuries to the Pats O-Line meant reshuffling players and basically killing their run game between the hash marks, that and Dion Lewis being out hasn't helped as Blount isn't as good at being a dual threat. On the flip side they got Hightower back which helped, but either way stuff like this throughout the season is why 99% of the time teams never stay undefeated, I personally wouldn't be shocked if they lost a close one at home to Miami.

Denver is a case of "when" not "if" that Wade Phillips' vaunted defense suffers its first collapse, it's like a race to see who is the first to target the middle of that defense with a tall weapon and quick throws wins.

Green Bay also has issues with their defense, they have not played as well as they did last year - maybe guys like Peppers being one year older isn't helping, who knows - they too also have injury issues on offense.

Then you've got Carolina and Cincinnati who may be the most well-rounded undefeated teams atm.

Either way people always say "week to week" with the NFL which is true but it's also a season long attrition test.
 
2015-10-26 12:54:25 PM  

FriarReb98: litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!

I know Houston sucks, but I'm not ready to say yesterday was a fluke for the Fins just yet.

\worried about that one
\\Miami is New England's kryptonite
\\\Denver was too, until Peyton showed up


Plz, Manningface is the only NE kryptonite.
 
2015-10-26 12:59:58 PM  
Isn't "Cheetah" the Bostonese pronunciation of "cheater"?

/Didn't check upthread; if it's already up there then sorry.
 
2015-10-26 1:03:36 PM  

hammer85: FriarReb98: litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!

I know Houston sucks, but I'm not ready to say yesterday was a fluke for the Fins just yet.

\worried about that one
\\Miami is New England's kryptonite
\\\Denver was too, until Peyton showed up

Plz, Manningface is the only NE kryptonite.


Ah yes, Brady is 11-5 against Manning-led teams. The very definition of "kryptonite"
 
2015-10-26 1:04:03 PM  

Kuta: litespeed74: Back to the cream puff schedule!

AFC East is lucky they face the NFC Least this year.


And the AFC South which is this year's NFC South
 
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