Collinsworth on Pats

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  1. SVN

    SVN Hall of Fame Poster

    transcript of what he said.

  2. bradmahn

    bradmahn In the Starting Line-Up

    Wonderful, now we're going to hear he and Costas go off with more "what if" scenarios to argue that the Colts should be undefeated right now and the Patriots could be scrapping for a playoff spot.

    Collinsworth, what about those Colts yesterday? How 'bout that dominating effort against the playoff bound Raiders? :rolleyes: AND THEY WERE IN OAKLAND!

    The only thing similar to the Ravens game was the W, and I'll take that any day.
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  3. bakes781

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    I finally got to see Collinsworth's roleplay as Mangini on HBO the other day & that was trully disgusting. Not only encouraging the idea of injurying players, but making a joke of it all. Tis the season I suppose! :rolleyes:
  4. STFarmy

    STFarmy In the Starting Line-Up

    Collinsworth is jackass. Nuff said.
  5. Pat the Pats Fan

    Pat the Pats Fan In the Starting Line-Up

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    Excuse me, who is Collinsworth? and why should we care what the eff he says?
  6. Sam Malone

    Sam Malone On the Roster

    Collinsworth is the original Pats hater :cool:
  7. mac

    mac On the Game Day Roster

    Collinsworth and Costas anti-Pats is clearly a Middle America vs. East Coast thing.
  8. lusdawg

    lusdawg Practice Squad Player

    per Wikipedia: Chris Collinsworth was a mediocre wide receiver for the Cincinatti Bungles during the 1980's. He currently leads all post NFL'ers in inaccuracies of reporting and in plastic surgery attempts.
  9. Captain Cliche

    Captain Cliche On the Game Day Roster

    Collinsworth did a total 180 on the videotaping.

    He went ape sh** over the whole thing and a week later said it was no big deal.

    He's a friggin weather vane. He points in whichever direction the current breeze is most of the media turds.
  10. MrBigglesWorth

    MrBigglesWorth Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    both teams play in these conditions so i don't think manning would have faired much better. in fact manning looked shaky at times agaisnt the raiders in good weather.
  11. PaulThePat

    PaulThePat On the Game Day Roster

    Last time I looked Patty Manning threw 6 interceptions in bad weather. Mind you the Indy hacks had us believing that was in actual fact a Manning master class :eek:
  12. SCPatBoy

    SCPatBoy On the Game Day Roster

    Yes, but the question is are the Colts better equipped to execute a Running game more effectively against the Pats. I think the Colts run offense does better against our defense then our run offense does against there Defense. No one can deny that bad weather really takes away the strength of this Pats team and of course that isn't ideal for us!
  13. Charlotte Pats Fan

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    Pats running average is higher than Colts. If Brady can't throw because of the weather doesn't it stand to reason Manning won't be able to throw either? Colts had success running last game because the Pats were playing pass first. What happened to the Colt's running game in the 2nd half?
  14. scout

    scout Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Psssssssssst; Collinsworth = PF1996
  15. Patriot_in_NY

    Patriot_in_NY Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    Collingworth-less didn't even watch the game...................... He just saw the score.

    In those conditions, 20-10 was as good as a blowout. The JETS never had a chance at all. Outside of a dumb punter screw-up, it was a lopsided 17 pt. affair.
  16. Jafo

    Jafo Banned

    Just to set the record straight, colts recievers dropped 7 passes in the Raiders game. And if throwing for 60 percent, 270 yards and 1td, 1 pick is "shaky", then what would you call brady's performance? Just Curious.
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