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post #3811 of 4994

can't take andy dalton seriously with his hair. can't believe its really that red.

post #3812 of 4994
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Prime time Andy Dalton! He has some sort of mental block against whatever team he is playing against whenever he's on prime time.

Fixed.
post #3813 of 4994
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....there's only 2 guys that are irreplaceable, Brady and Gronk. As long as those 2 are healthy the Patriots have a shot.

Agreed.
post #3814 of 4994
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I'll give you the Bengals are pretty healthy but the Broncos are down a HoF QB (even if he's been playing like shit) while the Colts are down a Pro-Bowl QB. The Patriots have been pretty good at replacing injured guys and there's only 2 guys that are irreplaceable, Brady and Gronk. As long as those 2 are healthy the Patriots have a shot.

Haven't 2 of those rookie o-lineman been starting since week 1 and the Patriots haven't missed a beat yet?

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Agreed.

Yall are both ignoring how important Edelman is. Brady throws to Edelman more than anyone else, Edelaman has seven TDs... like, you combine that with the Dion Lewis it's not a pretty picture.
post #3815 of 4994

I feel like if any team embodies that "next man up" mentality, it's the Pats. Guys like Branden Bolden and Danny Amendola have lots of experience playing with Brady already and can fill the void.

post #3816 of 4994
Hurrah for mid-season predictions.
post #3817 of 4994
PSA for Pat fans: Stop trying to reverse jinx the Patriots. The team has enough bad karma that your efforts really won't matter one way or the other
post #3818 of 4994
Karma and reverse jinxing. Lol.
post #3819 of 4994

This has become #Patsfan support forum.

post #3820 of 4994
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

If the Pats win it again this year (potential perfect season, two-time back-to-back champs, Super Bowl 50, etc., etc.), I could see the Belichick-Brady era coming to an end.


What a way to go too!

Not as satisfying as another 18-1 season. devil.gif
post #3821 of 4994
Can we talk about any team besides the Pats?

Possible non-pro-patriots circlejerk topics:

Who is imploding harder: Packers or Broncos?

Also are the Panthers actually good?

Is Oakland a contender this year?
post #3822 of 4994
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Who is imploding harder: Packers or Broncos?
Packers have obviously lost three in a row, but the core of the team is still there. I don't see how the Broncos can win with this version of Peyton, even if he comes back from the foot injury in ok shape.
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Also are the Panthers actually good?
I don't know if they're a Super Bowl team, but they're for sure as good as anybody else in the NFC. Already beat the Packers, Falcons are tanking, who else is there?
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Is Oakland a contender this year?

At 4-5? Nah.
post #3823 of 4994
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

Can we talk about any team besides the Pats?

Possible non-pro-patriots circlejerk topics:

Who is imploding harder: Packers or Broncos?

Also are the Panthers actually good?

Is Oakland a contender this year?

1. No
2. Broncos
3. Yes
4. No
post #3824 of 4994
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

Can we talk about any team besides the Pats?

Possible non-pro-patriots circlejerk topics:

When Will Kirk Cousins declare himself the next Brady?

Yo, just helped you out with that type .
post #3825 of 4994
Green Bay and Denver are both imploding, but I think Green Bay has a better chance of recovering at this point. Denver was the worst looking 7-0 team I'd ever seen. Great defense but utterly painful to watch and QB play going from a competitive advantage for most of last year to a competitive disadvantage this year. Green Bay is the sort of team that I expect to have a few ugly losses. They're very dependent on Aaron Rodgers and even the best QB isn't going to be on every week. Carolina is a good team. I'm starting to think that Arizona is actually the team to beat in the NFC, but Carolina could give them a run. In the AFC, I think the Bengals, despite their loss, look very good.
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