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  1. Crazyeechrispats1

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    New england vs. Green Bay

    What do you guys think?

    Favre the guy everybody roots for and Brady the guy everybody is sick of winning.

    Would be awesome redemption.
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    I want a Superbowl rematch, too.

    Pats vs. Rams
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    I want to beat the Colts on sunday.
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    Just curious...

    Prior to Desmond Howard's long KO TD return, Curtis Martin and the Pats' run game were really gassing the Packers' #1 D.(I really liked Parcells' game plan-open up with the pass-b/c he knew the Pack were zeroing in on Martin-and then open up the run game afterwards, instead of his usual other way around)

    IF Howard didn't make this play, and assuming the Pats would have gone on to win this game, how differently would Bledsoe be viewed(with a ring, that is)?
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    I'm with you on that one. Can't look for Superbowl yet, it's only week 9. We got a lot of games to play and win before we can get to the big one. Then we'll see what happens.
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    #75 Jersey

    They were playing very well at that point.

    Bledsoe was a very good QB at that point also. People that deny that and deny Parcells was a great coach don't have much credibility in my eyes.
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    One priceless moment of the game-the Pack were so winded at the time, that Reggie White ended up TAKING HIMSELF out of the game.

    But nonetheless, I was surprised how Parcells changed his offensive philosophy for that ONE game.
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    Oh definitely, I'd LOVE to end Brett Favre's career with a little Super Bowl payback. If they can go into Dallas 11/29 and win then I expect to see GB as the NFC favorite.
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    #12 Jersey

    He blamed it on the pyrotechnics from the halftime show in the dome.
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    Bledsoe and Glenn hooked up for a couple of really nice long bombs that rival some of the Brady to Moss connection this year. Specifically, in that game, I remember Glenn coming across the field and breaking double coverage as Bledsoe lofted up a bomb perfectly.

    The only thing I hated about Glenn his rookie year is how he kept going up for the catch acrobatically ala Lynn Swann but he could never land on his feet.
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