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  1. Patjew

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    No Jersey Selected

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    I agree with almost everything he said. Pats have not beaten any top teams yet. This is a big game for them.
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    The Bears have yet to beat a top team as well. And they have lost to a horrible one was well.
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    Sorry Homies but Clayton is right with his statement that we have not been able to beat any team actually playoff bound so until we do/if we do expect stuff like this from the media - Chicago has not played much tougher true,But they have won 9 games and us 7 games plus they only lost 1 game at home..So if we beat the bears it may change media's look at our team,but until we win against teams that are NOT in the running for high draft picks you will get little praise from anyone outside of New England- So far we have been unimpressive so far and thats the truth-whether it hurts the homies here or not-All 7 teams we beat are not making the playoffs or are at least a longshot to do so - best chance is Cincinnati of all of those teams we beat so far and maybe slim chance with the Jets.
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    All you have to do is look at Clayton to see what he brings to the table. I don't really need to go any further than that.
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    You prefer an attractive man, then? Not that there's anything wrong with that. :D
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    If you look at the 2005 Steelers schedule and results from last year the 2006 Patriots are very similar this year. The 2005 Steelers struggled and lost to the good/play off teams during the 2005 season. The best team they beat all year in fact was the Bears. The Steelers got healthy and steadily improved against average teams at the end of the season. They peaked win it counted. That is all our Pats have to do.

    I do not see any teams in the AFC that the Pats won't have a good shot at beating in the playoffs. All of our potential opponents have serious flaws.

    Dolts- no run defense
    Chargers - give up way too many points
    Ravens - stale offense
    Denver - Jake the Mistake
    Jags - very inconsistent play from offense
    KC - can't win on the road
    Jets - limited offensive ability
    Cinci - no defense
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    Maybe the pats are great, but they haven't proven it. They lost their toughest 3 games, all at home and one was to the lowly stinking jests.

    If they beat the bears, it will give them a great win. Big if though. It would be funny if the Jets and Phins do better agains them than we do. So much for being the cream of the division.

    We'll need a lot of good pressure to take pressure off of the battered secondary. We'll see. Should be interesting.

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