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  1. PatsWickedPissah

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  2. sieglo

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    HOT.

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    82 is hot?
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    In New England at the bottom of a bowl with full uniforms and pads, probably some humdity, playing flat out...82 is hotter than a four-balled tomcat.
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    Tell you what. Go out and run a few laps tomorrow in a helmet and pads and you tell me if 82 is hot. There's a reason football is played in fall and winter.

    I am actually worried about the weather because it's unclear how Pats conditioning stacks up vs Jets. I would prefer it to not be a factor at all.
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    I will do that. I'm not a wussy. Most football games tomorrow will be played in weather OVER 82 degrees, so if 82 is HOT then imagine what 95 would be in Miami or Tampa Bay.
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    Speaking of hot, you folks seem to be getting some scheduling breaks, not having to play at Miami too early in the season and all.
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    Yeah, good thing the Pats aren't playing in Miami or Tampa Bay, huh.:D
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    scheduling breaks??? we have the third toughest schedule in the NFL you moron.
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    LOL, knew someone would bite! I prefer to monitor SOS as season unfolds. After all, facing a team in week one could bring a different result than say facing them mid year, or in December. For example, Baltimore is a tough game this season, but by the time we see them, maybe McNair or McGahee (two proven injury prone guys) are out, and they struggle. I don't envy that AFC road you guys have though. Course, I bet you're glad you don't have Denver either.
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    the biitch is back
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