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  1. #109
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    Re: We match up well with Brady and Co.



    Well, at least all of the d-bag New Englanders can congregate in this thread and ramble on about lobstaaah caaahhhss and Jimmy Fallon's punk ass.
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  2. #110

    Re: Well, we're going to New England.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roland of Gilead View Post
    Why would you want payback for a loss that ended up costing your team absolutely nothing? I would be surprised if anyone in the Pats locker room is thinking back on that game for any motivation whatsoever.
    Us Pats fans were furious after it, I don't know or care what the team has in mind but we sure as hell wanted another shot at Baltimore after losing to them because let's face it--I don't think there's a more hated rival RIGHT NOW for us than them




  3. #111

    Re: We match up well with Brady and Co.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Well, at least all of the d-bag New Englanders can congregate in this thread and ramble on about lobstaaah caaahhhss and Jimmy Fallon's punk ass.
    Jimmy Fallon? Am I missing something?




  4. #112

    Re: We match up well with Brady and Co.

    For an classic example of Tom Brady "ballwashing," please direct your browser to:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post...-in-final-four

    And I thought Hensley was bad. I guess everyone else should just go home and forget about it... never mind that Brady and the Pats have lost games this season to two of the other three teams that are left.




  5. Re: We match up well with Brady and Co.

    Quote Originally Posted by redmike34 View Post
    For an classic example of Tom Brady "ballwashing," please direct your browser to:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post...-in-final-four

    And I thought Hensley was bad. I guess everyone else should just go home and forget about it... never mind that Brady and the Pats have lost games this season to two of the other three teams that are left.
    And the sad thing is...James Walker used to be the AFC North blogger




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    Quote Originally Posted by Gronkey Kong View Post

    Jimmy Fallon? Am I missing something?
    I dont know.


    On a side note: your handle is pretty clever.

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  7. #115

    Re: Well, we're going to New England.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    That's fine...there is a mutual comfort level and respect level with the Patriots. Let's get nasty...
    I take it back...just saw Ayaybadejo's tweets....what an 'effing dumb-ass.




  8. #116

    Re: Ravens vs. New England - AFCC Rematch (Merged Threads)

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    The better matchup on both sides of the ball was Houston, IMO
    Boy you got that right. Matt Schaub just keeps coming up real small in big games...I actually saw hints of Kyle Boller yesterday and wondered in the game thread if this is what Boller would have been like with real offensive talent around him?




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