that they have the worst record in football. At least for the next two days.
that roster had 4 HOFs/ future HOFS on it minimum
Not to mention Rodney Harrison, Richard Seymour, Wes Welker...
in 2003 31-0 and went 14-2 to win the Super Bowl
in last place! #Browns1stplace
Falcons totally botched that game and I don't see Atlanta as any world beater. Pats are good but the hype has been way over the top since the SB
Brady becomes less than the best QB in football. Now if we can shut up the Dallas bandwagon all will be right with the football world.
on opposite side, the Pats hold #1 pick in draft and are on the clock......
I wouldn't count Brady out yet. It may take him a few weeks to get in sync with his new receivers.
In the final game 31-0
But my point is - they will be undefeated
They can be 15-1, but the undefeated talk was nonsense.
Also - I feel like popping the champagne too because it makes 2007 that much better
in the first quarter -- hard hitting and unbeatable
and not so good as the game went on --- they wore down -- it appeared that the Chiefs were in better condition and good stronger over 4 quarters of play as the Pats got weaker
and still win that division by 1-2 games
Great to see B&B get punched in the face last night. Hope we get to see more of it this year.
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Big Blue '56 said:
| and still win that division by 1-2 games
Sad but true.
Good for the Chiefs because the AFC as a whole has got to start stepping and showing the Pats that they have weaknesses and can be beat just like every other team on any given week. I know they don't go the SuperBowl every year, but its awfully close to that...
after a game 1 loss seems unwise...
This is all just a ruse - he'll manage to out-suck the Jets, get the best QB in the draft, and torture them for another 20 years.
and it was rather enjoyable!
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| This is all just a ruse - he'll manage to out-suck the Jets, get the best QB in the draft, and torture them for another 20 years.
That would actually be hillarious.
I liked that they kept the pedal to the metal and didn't go conservative. But after the last Superbowl, you would think that playing to "protect a lead" is a thing of the past.
you make sure your running backs can all pickup a blitz once their starter went down to injury thier other RB's were a revolving door to an outside blitz cost them the game
brady got sacked 3 times in second quarter
a couple of those were pretty mean hits
he won't survive season if it keeps up