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Re: Colts are in for a beatdown
Originally Posted by CheeseMonkeys
The Colts are just too banged up to be scared of. I don't think we let our guards down again like we did in Cleveland and we demolish the Colts. I expect Brandon Tate and Aaron Hernandez to take big roles in this game. Anyone else getting the feeling that the Colts are going to get squished?
Wait and see... And because some of you guys are ignorant, this post is stating MY PREDICTION and not that this is going to happen.
Another curse! Why do you do this????
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Yes Brady played a great game in Pittsburgh. The offense played great, yes. So let's see if they can do it again. Can they deliver the same kind of performance that they delivered last week? Two back to back dominant games and this team sends a message not only to the NFL, but more importantly to themselves.
These are great games to watch, not always ending I want lately but great games none-the-less.
Look, the Colts are good. They still have #18. As long as he is there, we had better bring it.
How anyone in their right mind would 'overlook' this game or expect it to be easy in any way is beyond me.
I think some people have forgotten how inconsistent our team is. That is the #1 weakness of this team, IMO. One week they look great, the next week, not so much. When our team masters the art of consistency, then I will join the beatdown wagon. I don't know about the rest of you, but I have not seen them master that yet. Also, Peyton Manning is one of the best QBs in the NFL. If you think he's not going to pick our young secondary apart, think again. The younglings are learning, but they have a long way to go, IMO. This game is not going to be as easy as some people think. But if our guys come to play and execute well, they are more than capable of winning it.
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If the Patriot team who showed up in Pittsburgh comes to play Sunday it will be a beatdown. However, if the Patriot team that gets off to slow starts is the who shows up then we're in for a nail-biter.
I do like the Patriots to win. My biggest concern is the discipline of this young defense. If they play smart they'll be fine. If they start to run around and get undisciplined Manning will pick them apart.
This game will be a big test in the maturity dept. for this D.
We know they have the talent. Question is can/will they play smart against the best pure passing QB they'll face this season?
Going to be fun to watch.
I feel the need to correct this all 100 times it is posted. Between these two teams, the team with more players on IR, more starters on IR, more player games lost to injury, and more key starters lost to injury this year is the Patriots. You can look it up.
The fact that rookie and second year Patriot players intended to be eased into the rotation became starters by necessity doesn't change the fact that Bodden, Kaczur, McGowan, Faulk, Gostkowski, et. al. are as big a loss collectively as losing Dallas Clark, the always injured Bob Sanders, his backup Bullet, etc.
The Colts PR campaign on their "walking wounded" status is so impressive that Patriots fans are even buying it hook, line, and sinker.
Manning's top targets going into this season were Wayne, Clark, Garcon, and Collie. On Sunday you will see Wayne, Garcon, Collie, and a backup named Tamme. It's not "a practice squad" as they called it on Mike and Mike this morning, and Peyton is not "getting it done all by himself" anymore than Brady is.
It is what it is, so just go out there and do your job!
Last edited by Palm Beach Pats Fan; 11-18-2010 at 09:18 AM..
Listening to Dennis and Callahan and they had a guy from Indy on the jack. He said that the feeling in the area isn't good. The fans feel a loss coming with Indy going to Foxboro. They also mentioned that Manning feels like he has no team around him.
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You guys are stupid if you think an internet thread is going to "Jynx" the game. It's like optimistic threads aren't accepted here. If I'm right all you guys have to become my slaves. If I'm wrong then you can tie me to a post and beat the crap out of me. Sound good?
Last edited by CheeseMonkeys; 11-18-2010 at 09:32 AM..
They are going to get it bad, the media knows it because I have heard zero talk, none. I heard more about the Browns game than this one, apparently its forbidden to discuss Brady having a better season than Manning, and Manning has yet to face the tougher defense in his division, or a few tough matchups coming up.
It's also hilarious that I'm looking at the "predict the score thread" and almost everyone is having the pats ahead by 2 touchdowns and of between 35-45 points scored. You will give me crap about this thread but then predict the same thing in the predict score thread?