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  1. DarrylS

    DarrylS PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    That fossil Dr. Z, who makes a living prognosticating in the NFL.. has reached a new low, our 12-0 Pats are now old and tired.. some call it a lull, some call it our two losses that are actually wins...in chimes Dr. Z.. what a fool.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/writers/dr_z/12/05/ranks.part1/index.html?bcnn=yes

    Close, huh? O-line got shoved around Monday night. So did D-line, big time. You like the way the Ravens' nickelback Corey Ivy, No. 35, locked onto Wes Welker, my greatest hot receiver of all time? You like the way Randy Moss turned himself into a non-factor in crunch time? Can the Steelers pack enough wallop next week? Yes, if what we saw Monday night was a Patriot team that was not overconfident, not in a lull period, but old and tired.
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    Takes one to know one.

    Can the Steelers pack enough wallop next week? Yes, if what we saw Monday night was a Patriot team that was not overconfident, not in a lull period, but old and tired.

    I'd say the senile old geezer posed a legitimate question. Sorry if it isn't what people want to hear.
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    yeah... those old and tired 12-0 teams.
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