Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Flying Fungi, Dec 26, 2005.
apparently San Diego just barely had any chance whatsoever of beating the Colts
Thanks FF, nice to know we're dooooomed as they say.
Is it enough?
This question will be asked 100 different ways from now until we win the AFCG.
While our secondary should be improved enough to enable us to beat Jax or Pitts is it good enough to beat two hot offenses with hot QB's in Denver & Indy?
in all truth, I fear the playoff matchups in the following order:
Cincy has played us very tough the last times we met--last season and in pre-season. If they hit on all cylinders...watch out...
Pitt--along with Jax--is one of the two remaining sluggers, but Jax has offensive question marks, whereas Pitt seems to be getting it together of late and most assuredly has purpose against NE.
I expect a fold job from both Plummer and Manning.
I share your concern regarding Cinnci, but if Buffalo can score on them as they did, I feel better. You are right, if they are hitting on all cylinders, it will be tough for us to beat them, of course you could make that claim about anyone in the playoffs.
I would rate my concerns as follows:
Tie: Indy - Denver
(If KC somehow gets in - I would put them above Pitts)
Better still, NE will be the team clicking on all cylinders and NO ONE will beat when we play like we are capable, NO ONE.
Who is Jeremy Green? I have never heard of him...
I love the fact that the Pats are healthy(er)...hopefully for the rest of the playoffs. This tells me that we have alot better of a chance in the playoffs.
I may be delusional, but I have a gut feeling that we are back in the superbowl against...I dunno for now.
...maybe it is the seacawks turn to lose.
Somehow ... neither can i see Jake beating us again in a big game ... even at neo-Mile-Hi.
My brain says i should be able to see it ... but that requires too much suspension of disbelief.
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