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  1. Truck

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    Brady with 50+ TDs, QB Rating greater than 121.1,
    Most wins in a season (16)
    We've got a shot at the most consecutive wins (between seasons) for next year
    Moss: 23+TDs breaks rice's record
    What else? How about defense stats?
    Has any team ever had the #1 offense and the # defense?

    We already got the longest kick return.
    I don't really count Brady's 6games 3TDs record, since its a bit more arbitrary as to where you draw the line
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  2. He Ban Me

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    All of them.
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    I beleive that if Brady keeps on playing like he had played so far, then he gonna beat that 50+ TD record BIG TIME. About the most wins record (16), I would say that Billichek might spare some of the most importent players like Brady and Moss in the last 2 games before the Playoffs, so dont think we gonna beat that one.
    And if Moss keep on catching Brady's TD throws, that record is also in danger !! But is it not Ladainian Tomlinson from the Chargers who has that record with most TDs in a season :confused: Just a question :rolleyes:
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    Yes, the 22 I mentioned is most receiving TDs
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    I just want to see BB hoisting a Lombardi with a big **** YOU grin for Goodell and Polian.

    And the Pats offense won't be able to keep the pace as the weather gets coler and ****tier up north.
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    Oh I see....yup I understand you now :cool: :D
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    Don't forget we have FieldTurf now so the weather won't be a factor on the ground. Actually we only have 1 more game on real grass to play and it's this Sunday. Brady is some big number-and-1 on the fake stuff.
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    I want Brady to take all of Peyton Mannings records away from him.
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    From CHFF:

    As it stands now, the Patriots are on pace to break the all-time records for:

    Wins, 16 (currently 15 by three teams)
    Points, 613 (currently 556 by 1998 Vikings)
    Point differential, +23.0 PPG (currently +19.8 by 1962 Packers)
    Touchdown passes, 56 (currently 51 by 2004 Colts)
    Touchdowns, 77 (currently 70 by 1984 Miami Dolphins)

    Not a bad list, and there are plenty of other lesser ones they're on pace to shatter.


    http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/Articles/11_1754_Dominance_has_a_new_name:_New_England.html
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    Yes, I do too. Peyton will still be on every other commercial on TV. He'll just have a little sadder look on his face.
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    If we go undefeated, we would actually BREAK our own regular season record of 18 straight wins going back to the end of last season.
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    The NFL made a big deal out of the consecutive wins in regular season. The Pats took that record away from the Bears and set it up to 18 and a consecutive streak of 21 inlcuding playoffs. But if they go undefeated in the regular season, they will break their own record as they finished the year wiht three regular season wins in 2006. So they would move the record up to 19 in row of regular season wins...

    And of course post the record for a perfect regular season.

    If they went on to win the Superbowl they would obviously set another record.

    And carry over 19 victories into next year on a possibility to break their 21 in a row, too.
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    Break every record possible. If theres a record, they shouldl break.

    I don't want Peyton to hold a single single-season record after this year. Brady should take them ALL!!!!
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