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  1. 5 hours ago, BurnleyJet said:

    If that tue it is worth a bottle of champagne to toast his leaving. I’ve heard Chargers, and a move back to Cali. This allows the Hollywood life style for him and Gizele.

    No.  When JG went to SF the handshake had TB12 finishing his career in SF.  Josh will go with him and there will be picks.  SF, NE. TB12, and the NFL will make a ton of money.  TB12 and the Pats will defeat the 49ers this season and there will be a rematch next when we FINALLY learn if it is Brady or Belichick that makes this train run.  Sounds like professional wrestling, but isn't that what the NFL has become?  The other GOAT will be BFFs with TB12 and console him when Brady loses to Belichick.  How else could all of this end?


  2. 1 hour ago, jgb said:

    A major secret to their success is that Bill Belichick is utterly ruthless when it comes to personnel decision making. He would cut his own mother if he sensed her cooking skills were beginning to decline.

    A little less secret is that he eats and breathes football.  Tuesday, he was interviewed on the local sports radio station.  One of the guys commented that he was wearing the same clothes as he wore during the game, "It's a short week."

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  3. 8 hours ago, varjet said:

    The Patriots are too good for the NFL’s own good, largely because Kraft lets his ego out to celebrate the team’s success and not to meddle in its operation.   The rest of the NFL will get a break, because BB and TB will each fade out, but it will just take longer than it did for the 49ers, Cowboys and Steelers to peter.  

    Robert Kraft is STILL a fan of the team and the players.  I love to watch the locker room celebrations.  During those moments, Mr. Kraft looks like he believes he is the LUCKIEST guy in the world.  No other Patriot owner has ever felt that way.  Great post varjet!


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  4. 8 minutes ago, Matt39 said:

    I mean BB drafted JG and Brissett within the last 5 years. Both would be the best QB in the division. The Pats would still be the odds on favorite to represent the AFC if they were starting. The Pats exploiting other teams being lazy isnt going to change once Brady retires, assuming BB stays.

    I have always believed TB12 would finish his career in SF -- home team, mirror of Montana, all that.  When Jimmy G went there, I felt like a blockbuster trade sending Tom home in exchange for  his heir apparent would be poetry.  Can you see it?  The undefeated Patriots beat down the upstart (and undefeated) 49ers in the Big Game then BB and JG vs TB12 and Shanahan (and Welker).  

  5. 1 hour ago, NYJ1 said:

    The JETS, on the other hand, have destroyed their team over the last 8 seasons. The Jets used to be the team that gave the patsies the worst hell. In fact, the Jets were once considered around the 2010 time frame to be a BETTER team than the patsies. They just couldn't handle our dominance at the line of scrimmage.

    My favorite Jet of all time is Joe Namath.  All he did was promise to win a championship and deliver.  Every team needs a guy like that.  The Jets should be sold to a management team that is at least represented by Namath.  He could recruit other winners.  That would be something.


  6. 4 hours ago, CTM said:

    Brady is going to retire soon and then they will find the sledding much more difficult

    Probably not.  When BB replaced the franchise QB with a 6th round pick, he built a dominant defense and coached the QB not to lose.  Now that Brady is past his peak, Coach is focusing on defense again while looking for a QB who will not lose games.  Not sure that guy in on the roster (I think he is in SF), but that is the plan...again.

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  7. 17 hours ago, Barry McCockinner said:

    Interestingly, we tied with the Giants for most points scored against them so far and that was with Falk at the helm. If we have a lot of offensive success against this team the sky is the limit.

    The Patriots put up a combined 65 points against the Jets and Giants.  Don't you think it is possible the Pats slipped into bend-don't-break?  That differential, btw, is greater than the season's differential for all teams except the other undefeated team.  

  8. On 10/11/2019 at 5:47 PM, DLJ said:

    Seems like every year they have a cake schedule

    Every other team in the division plays a perennial Superbowl contender at least twice each year.  Put those teams in another division and maybe they split or take a pair.  The Pat's strength of schedule is poor because every team on the schedule is probably going to lose that game.  The AFC East teams are probably going to lose two.  It's not like the NFL scheduled the worst teams to play the Pats.  It's not like the schedule is random.  There are rules and the rules dictate that the best team in the NFL will play all their games against lesser teams.  Get over it.

  9. 37 minutes ago, SayNoToDMC said:

    The answer is we don't have a chance. We're ****ed till Brady and more importantly Bellichick go away. 

    As long as BB is at the helm, the Pats will dominate.  Right now, we are witnessing the transition from a QB team to a Defensive team with a solid running game.  This will preserve TB12 and facilitate the assimilation of the next QB.  This team will regress to the norm once Coach is gone, but Bill will transition away from TB12 deftly.

  10. On 2/4/2019 at 11:15 AM, JetsFanatic said:

    The Colts were an NFL team moved to the AFC, so it felt like two NFC teams playing. Terrible!!

    I did not remember that.  I do remember the Colts being in the AFC East.  And the Colts/Ravens thing.  


    NFL's Original 8: the Giants, Bears, Cardinals, Packers, Lions, Redskins, Eagles and Steelers. From 1944-1969 the Rams, Browns, 49ers, Vikings, Saints, Falcons, Cowboys and Colts were added and in 1969 the league merged with the AFL, adding ten new teams.

    Thanks for encouraging me to google this and learn a little more about the origin of the NFL.

  11. On 2/4/2019 at 12:58 AM, jetstream23 said:

    It almost feels like the whole, "Rams will be the next dynasty" talk was completely taken out back and shot!  

    Remember the last time these teams met in the Big Game?  Ricky Proehl stared into the TV camera. and proclaimed, “Tonight a dynasty is born, baby.”  That clip made in into Three Games to Glory.  I wonder if he remembers the moment as often as I do...

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  12. 1 hour ago, teptep said:

    The Patriots may be facing a karmic unwinding - losing to all the teams they first beat in the Superbowl. They lost to the Eagles. If they lose to the Rams, they'll be due to lose to the Panthers next year.

    Or beat the Giants

  13. 4 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

    Only thing left to do is ride out into the sunset with a SB win like Manning did. Think BB will pull out all the stops to make sure that happens. Why else would they be acting so out of character this off-season. 

    Maybe that undefeated season that eluded them?  Final FU to Shula et al?  Keeping an eye on Butler and Garoppolo.

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