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  1. r3pnit

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    I'm tired of sitting back and letting teams take shot at us, a lot of are players get confidence while talking, especially when you have a young defense with a swag to them..... Iuno I think we shouldn't be so quiet next year and take on the bad guy role like Lebron has
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    The fatman wins one game and all of the sudden you want the Pats to act like them? GTFO
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    You can't have swagger unless you're actually a good/great football team, which the Jets evidently are.
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    we have to keep our composure and do what won us 3 superbowls in the past. The pats didn't run their mouths before those games did they? Yes, we lost tonight, and it hurts pretty bad. We take pride in being a classy organization and we do not want to stoop to the jets level.
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    The problem is, very few people outside of New England would agree that the Pats are classy anyway.
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    I can't argue with that.....but hey, we can't control what the rest of the country thinks of us. That's why BB demands that his players keep their mouths shut. How many other organizations would have benched a key player for the start of a game like that?
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    We were the bad guys all season and have been in that role for some time. Not sure where you're going with this post, but I doubt talking **** would have helped us at all today.
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    For the record.....everyone hates the patriots because of spygate, for the most part......and even the guy who broke the spygate story, said it was completely overblown, someone posted the article on here the other night i read it in....
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    I honestly wouldn't mind this. We are amongst the ****iest teams when were on the field. Sure let your play do the talking, but it doesnt help when you get hit in the mouth and don't know what to do. The guy above me with the hernandez making it rain gif kind of shows this. Where was hernandez today? Act like pu$$ies all week and play like it on gameday. But I doubt we ever see us doing any talking even if to defend ourselves after Bills benching welker shenanigans
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    I like welker as much as the next guy. But he broke the rules my friend. The patriots were told to keep their mouths shut, and welker did not follow rules. As you probably know by now, it doesn't matter how big of a "superstar" you are, nobody is bigger than the team in new england. And personally I like it this way.
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    Big Ben has two titles since 2005 and may be on the verge of 3.

    Brady has 0.

    Should Brady become a rapist?

    Also, were the 2009 Saints "bad guys"? Are the Colts "bad guys"? When Dungy won a SB, was he a "bad guy"? If Brady would of called Cromartie an *** hole before the game, would he have won?

    Come the **** on. I respect the **** how the Patriots conduct themselves and run the franchise, best in sports I say. Just because the arrogant team won doesn't mean all teams need to be arrogant.
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    When we won our first super bowl we were the darlings of the nation but when we won 2 more back to back, people kind of got tired of us and spygate changes the whole perception around the country and lo and behold, its haters galore. so screw what outsiders think of us.

    Guess what, haters hate but we plod along. But showing a little emotion as long as it does not result in a penalty during a game is good, like merriweather's hit of Heap in the Baltimore game which changed the tempo & momentum.

    Yesterday was a disgrace and team looked exactly like the Giants SB loss team --- flat, no fire or passion.
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    Your posts so far have not contributed much to this forum beyond unsubstantiated contrary opinions. First you defend that moron Bart Scott, now this. Are you a Jets fan? Time to come clean.
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    I don't get this viewpont, it's not accurate.

    Go back and listen to Rodney before the Steeler Games, go Listen to the leaders on defense heading up to big games in the playoffs,

    We didn't call anyone @ssholes, but we defended the respect card, and used talking to solidify the will that needed to be executed on come game day.

    We NEVER didn't respond to another teams talk... You need to review some DVDs and watch how the Defensive leaders responded to talk, they used it, and made sure they put the pressure on everyone in the locker room to back it up.

    We looked soft, and we were embarrassed nationally last night, which is 2 times more embarrassing than the 45-3 game becuase this game matter 10 times more.

    No leaders next year, same result, as it was last year. If we have no one to stand up, rally the troops, and get their mind on hating their oppontent... then get used to one and one when teams like the jets, Ravens, and Steelers simply come in and turn it up a notch and out physical us with focused punishment... Even when the words are simply a way to get pumped up, and focused...
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    Welker should have kept his mouth shut--he really pissed off the Jets.
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    So you say my viewpoint doesn't make sense. But talking **** before the game will somehow win us the game? Yes, that makes total and complete sense. You are right, the patriots should start acting like the low-class, scum of the earth new york jets, and maybe we will get somewhere. Well answer this for me, how many superbowls have the jets won with all their "swag."
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    Look how smart of move that was. Benching Welker at the start of the gave. STUPID!!!

    You can say something to Welker in private. You don't one of your best players off of the field.

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    Boo whoooo..Welker ticked off the judgets. Maybe if the Pats played with some fire and guts they would have won. Maybe is the OC had a flipping brain they would have won..Maybe..
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    Oh yeah, like benching welker for one or two plays is the reason we lost this game. Get real man, we got outplayed in every aspect of the game. Benching welker had nothing to do with the loss. NOBODY breaks the rules in New England and goes unpunished. This is how they have done things for a while now, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
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    And don't put words in my mouth....When exactly did I say it was a smart move?
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    Oh c'mon, are you serious with this sh!t?!

    Whats classy about pointing at the opposing team's bench after running up the score?...or mocking the 'flying Jet' celebration?...or Welker's interview?...or Brady's comments about Hard Knocks?...or recording your opponent's practices sessions (something Mcdaniels learned from his days in NE apparently)?..or the Dancing in SD in midfield?

    Get off your horse. The rest of the league, the media and the others on the Pats bandwagon may be fooled by the good guy act but you know the Pats talk the talk as much as anyone else.
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    There's nothing classy about any of what you mentioned. Compare the patriots team to the rest of the NFL. Do you think any other head coach would have benched a star player for breaking the rules before a playoff game? Don't tell me to get off my high horse, I never said the pats were perfect. And honestly dude, you sound like a jets fan, go to jetsinsider if you want to troll.
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    Look everyone, another Jest goon who has no clue what spygate was. Comparing saying Brady hates the Jests to Cro saying "**** him" "He's an *******." I could go on but you're not worth it.
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    Haha this clown is totally a jets fan....notice everything he mentioned as "unsportsmanlike" were incidents affecting the jets. Grow up kid, you only make your fanbase look worse than already does by trolling like this. And if the patriots are not a classy organization, I am at a loss for words as to what to call the jets organization.
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    Yeah, I did a great job of concealing my Jets-dom. :rolleyes:

    Of course I'm a Jets fan genius. I'm not interested in trolling just look at my join date. I've been reading/lurking these boards for years and for the most part enjoy it. I finally get around to posting a decenting opinion and I'm a troll? HA!

    Look, I never said I agree with what the Jets' players said or any of the smack talk but to completly ignore the Patriots' behavior as an organization is just being a homer.
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    How about building up our offensive and defensive lines and otherwise get quality players? There is no need to change the culture around here. Just stay in the game and hope everything breaks your way in 2012.
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    What you failed to mention was that all of those acts were in response to what somebody had done or said previously. There's a big difference between being the instigator and being the one who responds.

    You seriously think that nobody in the NFL does or says something (such as pointing, for example) after a score or a big play? It's the opposite; it's extremely rare when an NFL player doesn't do something like that.

    How is it that things like the flying jet celebration or the lights out celebration are totally sportsmanlike - but responses to them are unsportsmanlike? Those celebrations are F-U's to the opposing team; why is it okay for teams to do something like that but not okay for opponents to respond? That's just plain hypocritical.

    As for running up the score in the second meeting, that was a response for what the Jets had been saying all week and all year. Again, if you have a problem with one you have to have a problem with both - and if anything you should have a bigger problem with the instigator.

    Personally I'm not a fan of smack talk and showboating either. But come on, to compare what those responses to what the Jets have been doing and saying for two years is a bit of a reach.

    But hey, congrats to the Jets; they backed up all that talk and walked the walk. Outperformed the Pats; didn't make mistakes; and capitalized on the mistakes the Pats did make.
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    Are u saying if Brady made those comments, hoyer starts the game? Maybe brady should have been benched for saying he hates the jets. Common you cannot be this naive.
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    Translation, "But..but..they did it first! Everyone does it! Why do I have to get in trouble?"


    My point was not that everyone is not doing it or that its only wrong if the pats run their mouths. My point was that you can't call out the Jets for running off at the mouth while trying to call the pats a 'classy organization' when you have team captains being just as classless as the jets.

    Take a look at JI or TGG sometime. There is thread after thread from members that do not approve of the talk. I think its pretty stupid all the way around. Everyone should shut up and play football.
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