Pats 2-2 against winning teams

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    Pats 2-2 against winning teams

    Next 2 games should show us how Pats can stand up against the best teams of the league. 2 Losses were to Balt (legit) and Seattle (legit), wins were Denver (legit team) and Colts a pretender...

     
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    I had a friend whining last night that Denver wasn't a winning team when pats beat them....

    pa...lease....  

     
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    They also were crying that NFL gave pats home games against Houston and san Fran. in a back room conspiracy to favor NE because of ratings etc.

    (Miami fans are getting almost as delusional as jets fans)

     
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    They also were crying that NFL gave pats home games against Houston and san Fran. in a back room conspiracy to favor NE because of ratings etc.

    (Miami fans are getting almost as delusional as jets fans)

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    Yes.  We need any advantage we can get.   the rest of the league deserves this. 

     
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    I love how folks who are suposedly fans don't realize that the first six weeks of the season is just an extended preseason for BB's Pats!

     
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    I love how folks who are suposedly fans don't realize that the first six weeks of the season is just an extended preseason for BB's Pats!

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    Pats 37-3 in December (slightly ridiculous) supports your assertion.

     
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    Next 2 games should show us how Pats can stand up against the best teams of the league. 2 Losses were to Balt (legit) and Seattle (legit), wins were Denver (legit team) and Colts a pretender...

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    Hmmmmm, and Denver is 2 and 3 against Winning teams with Wins against the Bengals, Steelers and Losses against Falcons, Texans and the Patriots.

     

    Now let's see who Denver Beat.  Chargers Twice, Kansas City, Raiders, Panthers, Buckanneers, and the Saints.

     

    So I don't want to hear about the Patriots having a soft schedule.  However, the old saying "On any given Sunday" still applies so a win is a win is a win no matter who the teams are.  

     
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    Next 2 games should show us how Pats can stand up against the best teams of the league. 2 Losses were to Balt (legit) and Seattle (legit), wins were Denver (legit team) and Colts a pretender...

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    You can only play the teams on your schedule. Is it the Patriots fault that most of the teams on their schedule have failed to generate a winning record?

     
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    Next 2 games should show us how Pats can stand up against the best teams of the league. 2 Losses were to Balt (legit) and Seattle (legit), wins were Denver (legit team) and Colts a pretender...

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    Hmmmmm, and Denver is 2 and 3 against Winning teams with Wins against the Bengals, Steelers and Losses against Falcons, Texans and the Patriots.

     

    Now let's see who Denver Beat.  Chargers Twice, Kansas City, Raiders, Panthers, Buckanneers, and the Saints.

     

    So I don't want to hear about the Patriots having a soft schedule.  However, the old saying "On any given Sunday" still applies so a win is a win is a win no matter who the teams are.  

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    Exactly... And am I the only one who thinks the raiders will kick mannings a$$ tonight?

     
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    Next 2 games should show us how Pats can stand up against the best teams of the league. 2 Losses were to Balt (legit) and Seattle (legit), wins were Denver (legit team) and Colts a pretender...

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         Houston is 3-1 against winning teams, with wins over Baltimore, 43-13, over Denver, 31-25, and over Chicago, 13-6. Their loss was to Green Bay, 42-24. 

     

     
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    Baltimore missed the FG. That is all.

     
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    The Pats can beat anyone. When playing the best teams they can lose games with blown calls like the phantom PI call in the 2006 AFC Championship game vs the colts, or by missed Gostkowski FG's. I like the Patriots chances against anyone.

     
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    The Pats can beat anyone. When playing the best teams they can lose games with blown calls like the phantom PI call in the 2006 AFC Championship game vs the colts, or by missed Gostkowski FG's. I like the Patriots chances against anyone.

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    yes or just being beat-u forgot that one

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    Back to the shed, tool.  

     

    I looked at the games, they lost to teams that played well, and had leads in those games but blew them toward the end when the defense couldn't hold up and the offense went cold.  D seems better, Offense being a bit more aggressive at the end of games.  Good combo.  I also like the adversity they have gone through both with losses and with the players hurt.  I think we are in great shape for the playoffs, mentally, physically, and schematically.

     
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    In response to sporter81's comment:
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    The Pats can beat anyone. When playing the best teams they can lose games with blown calls like the phantom PI call in the 2006 AFC Championship game vs the colts, or by missed Gostkowski FG's. I like the Patriots chances against anyone.

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    yes or just being beat-u forgot that one

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    Back to the shed, tool.  

     

    I looked at the games, they lost to teams that played well, and had leads in those games but blew them toward the end when the defense couldn't hold up and the offense went cold.  D seems better, Offense being a bit more aggressive at the end of games.  Good combo.  I also like the adversity they have gone through both with losses and with the players hurt.  I think we are in great shape for the playoffs, mentally, physically, and schematically.

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    Yeah ... Feeling it also. 

     

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