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Why does every team trip over their own feet playing the Pats? Bell hurts his hammy, WRs dropping balls including TDs, defenders leaving guys wide open, just bad NFL football.

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2 minutes ago, CrazyCarl40 said:

I didn't say that the opposite wasn't true. Did I?

No and i wasnt implying that you did. Just was having a discussion.

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3 minutes ago, CrazyCarl40 said:

I didn't say that the opposite wasn't true. Did I?

 

13 minutes ago, tfine said:

Or a stud WR can make a QB look good. Works both ways. 

But that isn't the case for Matt Ryan. When they double Jones, Matt still throws strikes and he should be MVP this year, anyone who can't admit that is just doing it in spite of they're "points". 

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2 minutes ago, Jetster said:

Why does every team trip over their own feet playing the Pats? Bell hurts his hammy, WRs dropping balls including TDs, defenders leaving guys wide open, just bad NFL football.

Not to mention missing an XP. Also Pittsburgh was calling the bad plays that didn't work to punch it in on that last drive. They should have called the good plays that would have worked. 

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1 minute ago, tfine said:

No and i wasnt implying that you did. Just was having a discussion.

I'm of the belief you get the QB and build out and around him. Obviously you can get some parts while you find that guy, but most resources should go to finding the QB and protecting him, offensively speaking. 

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Just now, Patriot Killa said:

 

But that isn't the case for Matt Ryan. When they double Jones, Matt still throws strikes and he should be MVP this year, anyone who can't admit that is just doing it in spite of they're "points". 

Its not the case with Matt Ryan he does make everyone better. 

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2 minutes ago, CrazyCarl40 said:

I'm of the belief you get the QB and build out and around him. Obviously you can get some parts while you find that guy, but most resources should go to finding the QB and protecting him, offensively speaking. 

Agreed. I also think the more talent you have around a young QB the better. 

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10 minutes ago, Jetster said:

Why does every team trip over their own feet playing the Pats? Bell hurts his hammy, WRs dropping balls including TDs, defenders leaving guys wide open, just bad NFL football.

They're playing in Foxboro -- a rotted grave on black magic satanic soil.

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5 minutes ago, thadude said:

I'm rooting for the steelers but tbh they have even more fair weather frontrunner fans than the Pats do

No they don't, and who cares... **** the Pats.

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1 minute ago, Fibonacci said:

How was that not a PI call? The guy never turned his head. Even Nantz admitted it. 

You guys think Goodell rigs the NFL it's not him it's the oddsmakers in Vegas

 

 

Most of these refs are bought and paid for by Vegas

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The Vegas oddsmakers have almost all nba refs in their pocket and most of the NFL refs.  Want to call me a conspiracy theorist fine but Tim Donaghy says hi

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1 minute ago, thadude said:

You guys think Goodell rigs the NFL it's not him it's the oddsmakers in Vegas

 

 

Most of these refs are bought and paid for by Vegas

What you say here is FAR worse than Goodell, if this is even so, then the NFL will be cooked!!

Oh look the refs give a fumble to NE; I wonder where I have seen that before?

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