Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Brady_to_Moss, Oct 28, 2007.
i am thinking like around 31
1 more than the Colts
more then 27 will do it easily i think...
i doubt the colts break the 20's,
if they do, they do not reach 30's
One. Vrabs is gonna lead the charge and get the shut out that they deserved today.
Just kidding. In all honesty, twenty five. I think the D will be able to hold the Colts to twenty-four.
31 maybe 40 for sure and The Colts are toast. Don't think Indy can play from behind so the real answer can be as little as 21. Get up 14 nothing and I think the fat lady can warm up.
Don't think Indy can play from behind? Huh?
My guess is the Colts will probably score between 24 and 27 points. The Patriots are a lock score at least 38.
that was BEFORE we started running up the score. We learned from that game. dont be conservative..no matter the lead
Just how i see it also.
No I don't. The offense has been out of sync and you know that. This isn't three years ago.
i am seeing that as the score almost. 38-27... i like that. As long as the pats win!!! i think their D will need to step up like they did today and casue turnovers
Just remember this matchup:
Richard Seymour vs Tony Ugoh or Richard Seymour vs Charles Johnson
How many defensive starters on the New England Patriots do you envision missing this game?
Junior Seau ..... nope
Rodney Harrison ..... nope
Randall Gay ..... nope
Eugene Wilson ..... possibly
How defensive starters on the New England Patriots will require surgery after this game?
Richard Seymour ..... nope
We're already officially on game week of the next season and some ofg you Pats fans can't stop making EXCUSES for last years AFCCG. Because the Colts weren't missing ANY starters that game either The Pats are the only God forsaken team that gets injuries throughout the season right???
How many starters on the Colts offense have missed games this season?
I know it was last year, but didn't the Colts score 38 on the Pats? Next week's game will be a shoot out for sure. Both teams will be in a least the 30's.
I agree with the poster that said 1 more than the colts
It all depends on how the secondary does against the Colts recievers. If they get open quickly, it won't matter.
i think this game will be played differently. We need to stop addai with the front 4-5 to have a chance of the stopping them.He is running hard and the colts are more inclined to run right now and pound the rock.
That sounds about right.
I think the Pats will jump out to a big lead in the first half but the Colts will make a game of it in the 2nd half, narrowing the lead to 10-11 points to finish the game.
Addai looked excellent today. Patriots will find a way to shut him down, though. Having Richard Seymour back will be a big boost for the Pats D.
Well, lets see, Marvin Harrison, Joseph Addai, Tony Ugoh have for sure. Thats just off the top of my head.
Actually, I think that may be it. Hopefully, they're all back and 100 percent next sunday. God knows we'll need 'em.
32 points. The Colts will get their 31.
Addai will have a productive day, but the passing game will not.
Bob Sanders, Freddy K, Rob Morris....
Should I continue?
Well we're a stone cold cinch to score 34+ - to me the question isn't whether we can score enough but whether Indy can.
The New England Patriots have already more injuries to their offense this season than the Colts offense:
Stephen Neal 3 games
Dan Koppen 1 game
Laurence Maroney 3 games
Ben Watson 2 games and counting
He asked about injuries to the offense. Did I miss any?
Oh. Missed that part of the question.
Not sure if Clark was absent.
I'm going to say 22. Maybe 18.
Not against this team.
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