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  1. patchick

    patchick Moderatrix Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Patriots, Colts and Steelers all played teams with records of .500 or better yesterday. Each team won by 3+ scores. Now take a look at some of the talent inactive for those three games but expected back soon:

    Patriots: Dan Koppen, Laurence Maroney, Richard Seymour

    Colts: Joseph Addai, Marvin Harrison, Bob Sanders

    Steelers: Hines Ward, Troy Polamalu, Casey Hampton
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    I picked against the Steelers in this one, and our resident Steeler-fanatic here at work was openly worried about the game this week. Especially as the injury toll mounted.

    Needless to say, the Steelers jumped up a notch to legitimate title contenders with their impressive performance.
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    Lots of banter between Colts and Pats fans before the season started about each teams depth at RB having watched Morris for 5 weeks my respect grows with every game.

    Like most fans I hadn't seen Keith before yesterday and it's only one game but he answered the depth question there as well.
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    Morris wants the #1 job and he's playing like it.
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    I'd be shocked if that was his major source of motivation. He's certainly earned more touches with his productivity, though. I think he is just trying to help the team win games by doing what the coaches ask him.
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    I hope he wants that job and his confidence will lift him to that level consistently. Football players aren't selfless saints, but we've been blessed not to have a chemistry problem here. Some would say that Hobbs is a c-cky SOB and wants to be the #1 corner and that's fine by me.
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    Yeah-losing their big refrigerator NT(Hampton) for that game is more than enough worrisome in that game, especially having to face Shaun Alexander. I too was surprised they won.

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