Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by ChoWZa, Nov 19, 2007.
Thats right. I said it.
Oh boy. One thing at a time. One game at a time.
Lets get the first undefeated season before we start talking about another... jeez
One of the announcers said that the Patriots might never lose again. Ever.
Come on........ you know the drill, ONE SEASON AT A TIME :singing:
You know, that is a fair question. Will the Patriots ever lose another game? Ever?
Either that, or the NFL will become as popular as professional field hockey.
Homer Simpson, are you allowed to start threads?
Hell no. With next years schedule and 4 trips to the west coast we are bound to lose a couple. If we didn't, next years team would probably be better than this years.
Anything can happen, injuries ect ect. Just take each game as it comes and who knows what can happen with this team. If we start getting arrogant and thinking ahead, thats when you lose.
No, when the players get ahead of themselves, the team can lose. Fans have no effect on the outcome of games. You can just make yourself look stupid if/when your team does lose.
Gut to brain: I'm going to start a back to back undefeated seasons thread
Brain to gut: You understand that we haven't even had ONE undefeated season yet.
Gut to brain: I feel it so I should start a thread saying it.
Brain to gut: But other posters may think it's stupid an mock it.
Gut to brain: But I feel it and if I feel it, it doesn't matter if it's stupid
Brain to Gut: But, if you stop and reason you'll see how stupid it is to start a thread like that.
Gut to brain: I'm starting the thread anyway. Now don't tell me to think it through and understand that in the NFL anything can happen. Stop being logical.
And, that is how this thread was born.
Homer Simpson said it best:
"Ok, brain. Let's get things straight: You don't like me, and I don't like you, so let's do this so I can go back to killing you with beer."
One season at a time...
Let's see what happens this year...and then we can talk about that..
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