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John Clayton: "Peyton is in BB's head"

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    It sounded like the dweeb was trying to put the pressure on the road team.

    He also just said on NFL Live, "The Pats are playing with house money right now, but it may have ran out." I don't know what that means. Something to do with Poker maybe? It sounds like disrespect. :rocker:
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    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs06/series?series=nweind

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    They said the same thing about Mangina. If the Colts win it'll be because their players out execute our players, not because of any player or coach being in Bill's head. Gosh, this stuff gets so old.
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    he just says that to get his name out there because it is so ridiculous.

    I hate him and his fake backdrop of textbooks and important documents.
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    I swear, they just cut and paste the same exact things that they said in 2003 and 2004 playoffs.
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    "On the flip side the Colts have a distinct advantage playing in the RCA Dome because of Dwight Freeney's presence. His speed and ability is going to be a major factor in this game. "

    Obviously every team would prefer to play at home but Freeney has had a bad year. He had 5.5 sacks this season and 3 of those came in 1 game. He had 2 sacks against the Chiefs in the playoffs and none last week. So he has 7.5 sacks in 15 games this year (he missed 1 game early). In the earlier game against the Pats he had no sacks. Last week it was Merriman was going to eat Brady alive and now it is Freeney.
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    This is the same clown that guaranteed the Pats would resign Deion Branch, pretending he had some kind of inside info. Clayton is a buffoon.
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    What about the fact that Brady has never lost in a dome? Why not talk about that advantage?
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    You're being nice.
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    And the way they call him "the professor."

    I'd like to know what university he was a professor at so when I'm looking at colleges I'll be sure to avoid it.
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    LOL because it wouldn't jive with them kissing the Colts behinds. Didn't you know that Peyton is the golden boy?

    The key matchup they ignore is the Colts undersized defensive line vs the Pats OL. The Pats really minimized San Diego's fierce "61 sack" pass rush that everyone was hyping. You don't think they'll run right over the Colts when they want to and pass protect adequately when they have to?

    Humm smacks of shallow journalistic analysis to me, but that's often the case. Mediots or more interested in giving "sound bites" than "sound analysis".
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    Wow, what a great point. Ups to you!
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    When Ron Jaworski gives his breakdown, I'll listen. Until then, it's noise to me.

    As usual, and as someone posted before the last game, it generally comes down to turnovers.

    For all the talk about dances, LT, lucky plays, and the like, in the end, it kind of came down to turnovers. Each team had 3, but theirs were most costly. (Actually, they technically had 4, but one of them was on a play where they went for it on 4th down, so it would have been a turnover on downs anyway.)

    We stiffened up on defense after their one turnover in our territory, and we ended up getting a field goal after their one turnover in our territory. In the end, there were 3 points scored off turnovers in the game and that was the margin.
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    LMAO. Two games and hes in Bills head? What a dork this guy is. Another Patriots hater.
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    I just stopped listening to all those shows in the past couple years. I don't watch pre-game, post-game, Total Access, the HBO show, NFL Live, etc. I even let go of the highlight show with Chris Berman. I only read journalists if someone cuts and pastes something in here. I almost never click a link. I just can't listen to any more of their drivel. If the Patriots were still the lovable losers they once were, I'd probably still be listening to these guys. This Dynasty has set me free!

    The collective intelligence of this group is far more entertaining and knowledgable than talking heads.
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    The good thing is though, that the Pats still pay attention to what people are saying about them, especially when it come from the so-called "experts". Tomlinson calling them classless, now "experts" saying, "They're playing with house money," ...it's only good for us when these doubters open their months. Motivation. That's what it's all about.

    I wouldn't be surprised if Clayton is on SportsCenter in 10 minutes. He'll probably be saying the same stuff.
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    The only reason I tuen into the pre game is to get to the Direct TV guide to push record on the DVR/Tivo for the game....Then I walk out of the room and do more productive and important things like pick out my belly button lint until game time.
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    Yep, he's on. Uttered the same line, "The past two games prove Peyton is in BB's head."
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    Haha, Salisbury owned Clayton.

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