Discussion in 'The Practice Squad' started by TB=TD, Dec 25, 2010.
Will it be panic time in N.E?
Why would it be panic time?
No, it'll be a slap in the face, if the Packers game wasn't one. We lose tomorrow, we're gonna beat the Dolphins 59-0.
When is it not panic time?
We're 24 hours away from the game even starting and you're trying to figure out if you should panic if we lose??? :bricks:
Just start panicking now. Might as well get a head start...
Ummmm...no, they'll be 12-3 with a chance to clinch HF at home against Miami.
Wait a minute....is this a trick question?
Oh no we're 12-3....we're terrible
The division is slipping away.
Every game thread has the same who panic through the game ... at every negative play.
We've won 6 games in a row, overtaking the previous division leaders with a 45-3 win, then gaining another game the next week. Please explain how the division is "slipping" away???
Yeah, I'll be panicking with Tom Brady playing a must-win game at home in January against a team from south Florida that's out of the play-offs. I'd bet my house, both cars and anything else I could get my hands on...
Bills winning combined with the Bears loss equals only a half game lead....
I just read most of his posts and I think TB=TD is an oxygen thief/Jets fan
No, it will just mean that we lost to a fired-up Division Opponent in the snow on the road after a series of tough victories.
A loss would just have the "Cleveland Effect" and put these guys in an ornery mood for the Miami game, when they will already have already clinched the Division and a Bye and Home-field because the Bears are going to beat the Jets tomorrow (take it to the bank).
The only real problem I can see coming out of a loss to the Bills is that Belichick might have to play some guys that he would otherwise have rested against the Fins in a meaningless game so the Pats head into the post season with some momentum and not just backing into the Playoffs, like the Colts did last year.
It wouldn't be a must-win game. The Jets are going to lose to the Bears in the wind and snow in Chicago tomorrow. So, the only question, hypothetically, would be whether BB would start guys he would otherwise have rested if they were coming off a loss, which I don't think they will be doing anyway.
nah, When you wake up in bed after a spectacular night of drinking, and find a naked and sweaty Rex Ryan next to you, and you have no idea where your wife is β itβs time to panicβ¦
Nope...........Bills could surprise, but, I do not see Jets beating the Bears, so, we wrap it all up anyway.
That is the benefit of taking care of business as this team has done in Nov & dec.
Even if jets win and we lose, KNOW WAY would the Dolphins win.
I do not see any indication of a total team collapse from this years group.
So, to answer your question - NO WORRIES and I will see you all in Dallas!!
:rofl: I don't think I've ever heard the term oxygen thief. And I can't believe I've lived this long without using it. Thank you!
Whoa whoa whoa. The game hasn't even been played yet. You cannot say something is happening before any of it happens.
Today, you cannot say the division is slipping after we win 6 games in a row and go from a half game back to 1 and a half games up. That is NOT slipping. That is the exact OPPOSITE of slipping.
It's like saying the stock market is down right after it goes up. Or saying it's raining when the sun is up. It makes no sense whatsoever.
IF we lose tomorrow AND the Jets win tomorrow, THEN you can say it's slipping. But today, no. Today, you can only say the team has gained 2 games in 6 weeks in the division. That is the truth.
You guys are missing the obvious.
They will still have the best record in the NFL!!
you know many people..including myself..will question the pats...but we all know that they are pretty close to unstoppable after a loss especially at home
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