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  1. #136

    Re: How we should attack the Patriots



    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
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    Broncos opponents total win is 126. Pats opponents total win is 117.

    126=117?




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    Broncos opponents total win is 126. Pats opponents total win is 117.

    126=117?
    Are you asking me if that's what their opponents total wins are?
    We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid. - Benjamin Franklin




  3. #138

    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    Broncos opponents total win is 126. Pats opponents total win is 117.

    126=117?
    If you're saying that the Broncos were a fraud because they padded their stats beating weak teams, what does that make the Patriots? If your numbers are correct their opponents were even weaker than Denver's, judging by record...




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    If you're saying that the Broncos were a fraud because they padded their stats beating weak teams, what does that make the Patriots? If your numbers are correct their opponents were even weaker than Denver's, judging by record...
    That's what I was wondering too.....I thought he was saying the Broncos schedule was just about as easy as the Pats?




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by rlh445 View Post
    That's what I was wondering too.....I thought he was saying the Broncos schedule was just about as easy as the Pats?
    Yeah, I'm not sure what he's trying to say, I'm waiting for a response to my question above...
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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Maybe the NFL should switch the Browns and the Patriots divisional seats and let the Patriots come over to the AFCN and give the Browns some easier opponents to face.




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

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  8. #143

    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    If you're saying that the Broncos were a fraud because they padded their stats beating weak teams, what does that make the Patriots? If your numbers are correct their opponents were even weaker than Denver's, judging by record...
    LOL. I got it mixed up when I posted. Denver's is the lower number. The point is, Denver's stats got padded when their last 9 or so games were against weak opponents. They played their tough opponents early on and their performance then was closer to how they performed on Sunday than how they blew out all those weak teams towards the end of the season. They beat you guys pretty bad, but your team was pretty injured, plus the game was closer than what it really was. The INT to end the half was a killer.




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    LOL. I got it mixed up when I posted. Denver's is the lower number. The point is, Denver's stats got padded when their last 9 or so games were against weak opponents.
    The Pats didn't face much stiff competition late either. A Texans team that fell apart. The Jets. The Jags. The Dolphins (twice). 3 really bad teams. The Colts. A home loss to a good team (49ers). The worst team in the bunch going 2-14, and another 6-10 team. No "elite" QBs or WRs (outside of maybe Andre Johnson). You guys played Tannehill, Sanchez and Henne 4 times at the back end of the season.

    The back end of the Ravens schedule had two Steelers games (always tough, even without Ben) with a west coast trip to SD sandwiched in the middle, then Redskins, Broncos, Giants, Bengals (meaningless though). The worst team in that bunch going 7-9. Plenty of talented QBs and WRs (2 Mannings, RGIII, Cruz, Thomas, Decker).
    Last edited by bt12483; 01-18-2013 at 04:16 PM.




  10. #145

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    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    The Pats didn't face much stiff competition late either. A Texans team that fell apart. The Jets. The Jags. The Dolphins (twice). 3 really bad teams. The Colts. A home loss to a good team (49ers). The worst team in the bunch going 2-14, and another 6-10 team. No "elite" QBs or WRs (outside of maybe Andre Johnson). You guys played Tannehill, Sanchez and Henne 4 times at the back end of the season.

    The back end of the Ravens schedule had two Steelers games (always tough, even without Ben) with a west coast trip to SD sandwiched in the middle, then Redskins, Broncos, Giants, Bengals (meaningless though). The worst team in that bunch going 7-9. Plenty of talented QBs and WRs (2 Mannings, RGIII, Cruz, Thomas, Decker).
    I was not comparing our opponents record to the Ravens record though. I was comparing it to Denver's opponent record. Which stemmed from the debate of who's run defense was better, Denver's or NEs.




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I dont know. Ninkovic is a damn good DE/OLB. He does everything really well.
    Bellicheat has always had some tough-as-goat-guts white, ethnic LBs ( Vrabel, Bruschi, Ninkovich, etc.). Ninkovich certainly had a strong game vs. Houston, but I'd like to see him stay all day with Pitta, Dickson, Boldin, even Rice & Torrey on short crossing routes or over the middle.

    Speaking of Torrey, I'm hankering for one of his patented medium out routes where he drags his coverage towards the sideline, then immediately curls back in towards the field once he catches it and gets some fat YAC.

    Damn, LeachBeast! Righteous thread. Leave it to the UK Division to get down to it.




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    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker: M&T Sec 527 View Post
    Bellicheat has always had some tough-as-goat-guts white, ethnic LBs ( Vrabel, Bruschi, Ninkovich, etc.). Ninkovich certainly had a strong game vs. Houston, but I'd like to see him stay all day with Pitta, Dickson, Boldin, even Rice & Torrey on short crossing routes or over the middle.

    Speaking of Torrey, I'm hankering for one of his patented medium out routes where he drags his coverage towards the sideline, then immediately curls back in towards the field once he catches it and gets some fat YAC.

    Damn, LeachBeast! Righteous thread. Leave it to the UK Division to get down to it.

    You mean like this one http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-h...-leaps-for-six




  13. #148

    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by rlh445 View Post
    Maybe the NFL should switch the Browns and the Patriots divisional seats and let the Patriots come over to the AFCN and give the Browns some easier opponents to face.
    I was saying the same thing yesterday in a thread about Pats fans' huge sense of entitlement. Put them in the AFC North, and boom 4 W's (Buffalo & Miami) are traded for 3 possible splits (or worse): Pitts., Ravens, Cincy. Who's entitled now?




  14. #149

    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    Broncos opponents total win is 126. Pats opponents total win is 117.

    126=117?
    You have that backwards.

    Pats SOS: .496
    Ravens SOS: .496
    Broncos SOS: .457

    Pats SOV: .466
    Ravens SOV: .438
    Broncos SOV: .385

    A lot of perception taken as reality on this board.
    Last edited by mgcolby; 01-18-2013 at 05:36 PM.




  15. #150

    Re: How we should attack the Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by mgcolby View Post
    You have that backwards.

    Pats SOS: .496
    Ravens SOS: .496
    Broncos SOS: .457

    Pats SOV: .466
    Ravens SOV: .438
    Broncos SOV: .385

    A lot of perception taken as reality on this board.
    Yeah, I addressed my mistake in a post after I did that.




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