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  1. jct

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    In the AFC we would have alreadly beaten the
    #2 INDY
    #3 Pitt
    #4 SD
    #6 CLEV
    and In the NFC
    #1 DAL
    and soon to be #5 NYGs

    ALSO Brady NEEDS 991 Yds to pass the NFL passing records
    DOABLE in 3 games but improbable.
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    Which is why i'm rooting for
    Jacksonville to visit us for a divisional game, and
    Green Bay to make it to Arizona.
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    I don't care who makes the SB out of the NFC, they won't beat NE. Dallas gave us a game in Big D, but lesser offenses have torched their defense and our D won't let them explode.
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    He would have to average 330 yards per game over the next 3 weeks to pull that off. But given that the next two opponents are the Jets (SpyGate) and Dolphins (Shula/Morris/asterisk talk), it's possible that Brady could end up with the passing yards and touchdowns records before their Week 17 tilt with the Giants.
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    #22 Jersey

    jets/and dolphins though =]
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