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The Patriots have been overachievers the past two years. It doesn't have the talent to compensate for injuries, and it wins so much because it puts in 99% effort in the regular season and plays with terrific schemes to mask its deficiencies.
But in the playoffs a good team at 99% will not beat emotional, talented teams that play at 100%. It's what happened against the Giants in 2011 and the Ravens in 2012.
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Throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man. Advances which permit this norm to be exceeded — here and there, now and then — are the work of an extremely small minority, frequently despised, often condemned, and almost always opposed by all right-thinking people. Whenever this tiny minority is kept from creating, or (as sometimes happens) is driven out of a society, the people then slip back into abject poverty.
This is known as "bad luck." RAH
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Re: NFL on CBS announcer pairings
Originally Posted by PatsWickedPissah
Huh? Thought Fox is 720p vs 1080i for CBS? That's a visible resolution difference with large screens. The 720 progressive scan does track rapid motion better than the interlaced 1080 though.
I prefer 720p over interlaced on my LCD,I agree 1080i is better on larger screens(over 50in),but I'd much rather have the superior rapid motion for football.Also,and it may be related to Comcast,the Dolby Digital on CBS is absolutely,lifeless.....Excellent on Fox,baseball and Football.......The sound on Pats football on CBS in Boston is horrid.Not dynamic and I have to turn it up,way louder,than Fox or NBC(the best,imho).
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"Some guys play in all-star games, some guys don't. I don't know who picks all those all-star teams. In all honesty, I don't know who picks the combine, for that matter," Belichick said. "How does (Miami-Ohio offensive lineman Brandon) Brooks not get invited to the combine? How did Vollmer not get invited to the combine? I don't know. We can't really worry about that. We just have to try to evaluate them the best we can."
How exactly are Nantz and Simms going to call a game on FOX?
Originally Posted by Jackson 2
Good question. Not possible, in my opinion.
Apologies, I meant Aikman and Buck.
The point I was attempting to make was that Fox would probably rather promote an NFCE game than a game involving an AFC team (the Pats), and that they will therefore most likely not be using their #1 broadcast team on the Pats game - nor will they likely be broadcasting it outside of New England and Arizona.