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  1. Sean Pa Patriot

    Sean Pa Patriot Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Sorry for those who want a close game, the last 2 days filled with nonsense and the great John Tommose article today.. The Pats are going to destroy the Giants tom.. I said it was 38-27 victory... FORGET ABOUT IT... Pats 45 Giants 10.. The hate just motivates us.. I dont think , Spector, Tommose, Shaunasey, Irsay, Faulk, Tom Jackson, Steve Young, Meril Hodge, Mike Ditka, the 72 Dolphins, Shula or any other morons who doubt us will come in our way to history tom nite.. We will not make history, we will destroy it... :rocker:
     
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    ShrewBeer Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    agreed. they will take out all their crap on these giants. no way possible they lose now.
     
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    Absurdly Metro Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    My sentiments exactly. This is going to be one ugly, eff you game. Look for Brady to wipe Steve Young out of the record books for most TD's in a SB game.
     
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    Well, then, call your bookie and lay the 12. My thought is: sometimes you can take away Randy, sometimes you can not. Sometimes you can get to Brady, sometimes you can not. It's not often you can hold the Pats to under 30. But the Giants are a pretty good team too.

    Last time we put up 38 on these guys, but they put up 35 on us. They're playing like a pretty talented group.

    Outside of the first half of this year, this has always -- always -- been a team that gutted it out at the end, and that you could never consider beat until the clock read 0:00. That's how the Pats have won in the past.

    Now: yes, Randy is here. Yes, there's lots of motivation. Yes, there are a million things like "Plaxico's 'injury', or not... big game experience... o-line starters back and healthy..." yadda yadda yadda.

    After all the hype, it's just a football game. It'll eventually be 6:17 Sunday, they'll kick off, and then it will be football, determined by a lot of intangibles, game planning, and big fast guys beating the hell out of each other.

    I'm sick of predictions. This isn't a slam on this thread, it's just in general. I know we have to talk about something, but we don't know jack until it's underway, certainly not in terms of "blowout" or not.

    I do know this - if the Pats are to lose, the Giants will have to make it happen. Low-risk, low-reward football will not work. They will have to take a lot of chances, and they will have to guess right a lot of the time.

    On the Pats side, as long as they're in it, they win it. I don't see this going the Giants' way.

    But footballs take funny bounces. :)

    ANYWAY... at the very least, I've shown my faith by picking up 2 bottles of champagne to pop at the end of this spectacle, and I think I will keep a bottle from now on, every year, assuming this happens. Then when the last undefeated team loses... heh.

    PFnV

    PS, dunno what I'll do if the last undefeated team that loses happens to be the Pats....
     
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    The only way it will be a blowout is if Spygate is brought up again and there's public speculation as to whether Brady and the Patriots really earned their previous Super Bowls.

    Other than that I expect a close game.
     
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    Wait till all the pre game shows, and news tonight, and Marshall Faulk opens his yap.. Then you will be on the blow out bandwagon...
     
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    ISN'T THAT THE POINT OF THIS THREAD? They just DID bring up Spygate again. That's why we're posting here, no?
     
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    I expect a close game. The wind will affect the passing game. Brady never comes back on fire after a poor game. The Giants haven't said anything controversial this week. I'm not sure if the Pats can overcome the injuries.

    And we don't have any cameras for signals.... but then again who needs a camera when you ahve ernie adams.
     
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    sarcasm anyone? this jsut went over your head like a tom brady 50 yard pass to moss over the head of corey webster and sam madison
     
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    N.Eman Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    EXCELLENT THINKING!!! dito here!!!
     
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    I think the first half will be close and then with half time adjustments the Pats will come out in the second half and drop the hammer.
     
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