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  1. PatsDeb

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    All right - I'm tired of all the negative postings (including those from me). How about we list some positive stuff so far...

    1. We are 2-0 and everyone else in our division is 0-2.

    2. We blew out one of the teams that was supposed to be one of our main competitors this year and challenge us for home field in the playoffs.

    3. Our other main competition (the Colts) looked eminently beatable (at least yesterday).

    4. Our next opponent (Buffalo) has not looked like an NFL juggernaut in either of its games and looks to be about the same team it was last year, when we beat them twice.

    5. All of our off-season acquisitions (Moss, Welker, Thomas, Morris and even Stallworth) are looking like great moves! How much did those guys contribute to last night's win?

    6. Our defense looks as stout as ever and our offense looks better than it's ever been.

    7. So far (knock on wood) we have avoided the injury bug.

    Feel free to add more!
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    8. After 2 games, our offense is #2 in points and #2 in yards

    9. After 2 games, our defense is #1 in yards allowed


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    See? I tole ya our D looks as stout as ever & our offense looks better than it's ever been!
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    Other than CameraGate, Gostkowski, Harrison's suspension and Seymour's ongoing injury I'd say everything has been good this season.
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    An apt summary, although I'd nitpick and add the lack of depth behind our top 3 CBs.
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    And I'd nitpick (at myself) that "Gostkowski" should have been "Gostkowski's FG" as his kickoffs have been very good.
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    Oh for cripes sake!! Look at the title of the thread! Okay, let's see; I'll put positive spin on your complaints:

    Harrison - the secondary hasn't suffered so far and it's given Wilson a chance to shine and Merriweather a chance to get his feet wet in the big boy league

    CameraGate - we have survived it and the team has renewed togetherness & resolve.

    Gostowski - nervousness over his inconsistent foot has caused Brady to score more TDs.

    Seymour - similar to Harrison - we haven't missed a beat and it's allowed Jarvis Green to shine.


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    I thought I was being positiive :

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    Oh. Never mind. ;)
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