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  1. FirstAndGoal

    FirstAndGoal Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    holy #@%!

    "don't even come out after half time"

    wow. good stuff.
     
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    Hilarious.

    I think it's neat how the JEST managed to score in all three phases of the game. Offense, Defense, and Special teams. The problem was that they were scoring for the Patriots. :D

    I'd like to know the percentage of Sanchez' passes he completed to the Patriots compared to his own receivers.
     
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    Wow. Brutal indeed.

    LOL @ "Tebow, save us, Tebow save us!"
     
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    Imagine being a player or coach and having to hear that from your own "fans." :scared::scared::scared:
     
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    Even though it's amusing because it's the Jets, there is something disturbing about that video. Maybe I'm an unrealistic homer, but I don't see that happening in Foxboro. People boo way up in the stands sometimes, but they aren't personally brutal towards the players and coaches (at least I hope not).
     
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    Classy from top to bottom, from fans to owner. Wow.
     
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    That was scary, what a bunch of low lifes...
     
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    That's what 44 years without a championship sounds like behind a 35-3 halftime deficit.

    Sort of stupid for the stadium to be built where fans can get that close to players walking off the field. I'll bet they've heard a lot of nastiness this season.
     
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    Back in the day...it was ugly on occasion in Foxboro. I sat in section 105 in the old building, which was right near the tunnel. I can remember fans getting after Pete Carroll after a Monday Night loss to Green Bay, a super bowl rematch. He definitely heard the fans, and I remember he spoke about it either at his post game presser or the following day.
     
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    my impression, as a kid growing up in NE, was that people in NYC were just bad people. Maybe it was from the Yankees who I thought of as bullies who bought the pennant every year over the beloved sox.

    Later I got to college and met people from NY and thought of how immature that belief was.

    Maybe it wasn't though, ha ha.

    There's a viciousness there that is a little unsettling. They would have been fed to the lions if the crowd had any say in it.
     
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    The same stuff happens pretty much everywhere, and that includes Boston.
     
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    That really is a disgrace.
     
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    Have you ever seen Philly fans?
     
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    at least they weren't throwing anything. when you consider what goes on at soccer games in europe and around the world its pretty tame.
     
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    That's not entirely true. Whilst 'soccer' fans (ugh!) can be vile thugs, they're incredibly loyal to the players. Here in the UK, it wouldn't be the players they'd go after, it would be the 'coach' and owners.

    But yes, they'd likely be throwing things.
     
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    Most meaningful comment: "This is rather tame after providing 2 years of customer service for a cable company in nyc."
     
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    Granted that things have improved a whole bunch at Schaeffer/Gillette, but my feeling is that given the exact same situation, our drunk fans would be just as drunk and obnoxious.
     
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    Damn straight. I have some pretty vivid memories from my 50+ years of going to Boston sporting events.
     
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    Save us Tebow was funny
     
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