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ESPN Saying Bruschi Won't Play Tomorrow

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  1. Fanfrom1960

    Fanfrom1960 Rookie

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    ...which makes sense. Went on to say he'd be OK for next week. What info are you getting from the Boston media?
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    That seems to be the general consensus. Of course, when BB was asked tonight on Patriots All Access, he gave his standard "he's day to day" response. Its amazing he even answered the question at all. :)
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    Michael Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    #12 Jersey

    As everyone expected.
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    The word was that he was able to practice this week - which indicates that if this were a vital game (and it isn't - in fact some think the Pats are better off in the playoffs as a 4 seed) he could play

    But seeing as its not a vital game, its difficult to imagine BB not giving any slightly injured player all the time possible to rest and be ready for the "real" games

    For the Patriots, the first 16 games are pre-season

    The "real" season starts next week
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    #12 Jersey

    Yup, as with Corey earlier this year, it's better to wait till he can go 100%. I'm glad he's out, it means I can hold my breath a little less.
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    I've often pondered whether holding your breath is a sign of worry or a feminine wile to get noticed? :D

    I mean a delicate Patriot shade of blue would be eye catching..... :eek:
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    #12 Jersey

    As I turn a sort of pasty grey color, definitely NOT a feminine wile.

    LOL, in fact, I can't think of a time when my feminine wiles are LESS on display than when I watch the Patriots play. I go into full ogress mode. :D
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    Box_O_Rocks PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    A Patriot ogress! O Baby O Baby!

    It's insights like this that make cheerleader threads superfluous. :p
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    And as expected, good. We need 100% Bruschi for the playoffs. Hmm, thinking about it, tommorow oughta be a good test for our little pal Biesel, eh?

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