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that Rex's defense never shows up when it matters most. Holding Brady to a FG to end regulation when Brady is practically a sure thing in those situations...

 

Then giving up only 1 1st down in OT before forcing a punt...

 

2 times in a row, Rex's defense showed up against a legendary QB when it mattered most.

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that Rex's defense never shows up when it matters most. Holding Brady to a FG to end regulation when Brady is practically a sure thing in those situations...

 

Then giving up only 1 1st down in OT before forcing a punt...

 

2 times in a row, Rex's defense showed up against a legendary QB when it mattered most.

LOST TWO AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES IN A ROW 2 OUT OF HIS FIRST 3 YEARS!!! I remember that too lol

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LOL, a truly vaunted D doesn't allow the game tying FG.

We damn near robbed ourselves of this win. The half time adjustments we made were some of the best ive seen from Rex in 4 years. Still, you don't give the ball back and allow them to tie it up. Not if your MO is defense.

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LOL, a truly vaunted D doesn't allow the game tying FG.

We damn near robbed ourselves of this win. The half time adjustments we made were some of the best ive seen from Rex in 4 years. Still, you don't give the ball back and allow them to tie it up. Not if your MO is defense.

You win on a bad call, you put it in your pocket and shut up.

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You win on a bad call, you put it in your pocket and shut up.

Do you mean despite a bad call?

Because we should have won in regulation but they stole the TD feom Hill.

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that Rex's defense never shows up when it matters most. Holding Brady to a FG to end regulation when Brady is practically a sure thing in those situations...

 

Then giving up only 1 1st down in OT before forcing a punt...

 

2 times in a row, Rex's defense showed up against a legendary QB when it mattered most.

 

Not according to this guy...

 

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Seriously. I actually expected an implosion, or more to the point I expected a traditional Brady game winning drive. When Brady got the ball back with over 2 minutes and 3 TO's, I'd have bitten your hand off to have the ball back in Geno's hands needing just a FG. Incredibly impressive stop in overtime with the Pats having momentum. 

 

Rex is good at what he does. He made adjustments at halftime and the unit took over the game. Haters, accept it.

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that Rex's defense never shows up when it matters most. Holding Brady to a FG to end regulation when Brady is practically a sure thing in those situations...

 

Then giving up only 1 1st down in OT before forcing a punt...

 

2 times in a row, Rex's defense showed up against a legendary QB when it mattered most.

So like I thought you post your horsesh*t and run away and cant defend it :)

 

Do you really write for this site?

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that Rex's defense never shows up when it matters most. Holding Brady to a FG to end regulation when Brady is practically a sure thing in those situations...

 

Then giving up only 1 1st down in OT before forcing a punt...

 

2 times in a row, Rex's defense showed up against a legendary QB when it mattered most.

 Jets defense played reall well in the 3rd quarter, but once again played soft on the final drive

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Hill pushed off. Don't be That Guy.

 

Not trolling you at all here, I don't believe he did enough to warrant the flag. It was more of a hand-check, his elbows were still bent. The defender flailed like Reggie ******* Miller.

 

Either way, we won. It don't matter. It's not as if the call that helped us get the win was a phantom, it happened, it's just a rarely seen call.

 

I don't care. We beat New England, and we reached our "ceiling" of 4 wins before the half-way point of the season. Not bad. Erratic, and at times dumb and ugly, but not bad.

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that Rex's defense never shows up when it matters most. Holding Brady to a FG to end regulation when Brady is practically a sure thing in those situations...

 

Then giving up only 1 1st down in OT before forcing a punt...

 

2 times in a row, Rex's defense showed up against a legendary QB when it mattered most.

 

All things being equal, a healthy Gronk makes that catch.

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Holding the Pats to -6 total yards in the third quarter is a major reason we were even in that position at the end so....

 

That would be better said than the almost debacle at end game. I'm a big Rex supporter but let's get real here. That 3rd quarter scared Brady straight into pussyville for just about the rest of the game. He was looking to get the ball out of his hands too quickly it seemed throughout. That front is just awesome to watch. 

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This is one of those, we won so everything's good, threads, isn't it? 

 

Yes, that was a total team win. Only thing that's concerning is that was the Pats B team.

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