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  1. FreakGoDeep

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    There is no reason for this team to hold back anymore becasuse no one held back in critisizing them.

    And no more excuses need to be givin to trolls or talking headsl.
    The pats do what they do because they can.

    You know why other teams don't run up the score, becasue they CAN'T.

    No more holding back. Peyton, Dungy and the colts didn't hold back on us in 2005, no reason for us to hold back.

    No one is going to like it except us. Too bad.
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    DisgruntledTunaFan Rookie

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    FWIW-Andy Reid likes to run up the score. He did it a few times against us, and there were other games where they were WAY ahead in the 4th, but he continued to throw bombs.
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    And some people wonder why the league is turning against us.
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    That was a 13 point game until 6:44 left in the fourth quarter, so it's not like the Colt's were piling on the entire game.

    I like the way you rationalize though.:rolleyes:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/boxscore;_ylt=Av8dFlTwzFwSfkmVdwXHmDIisLYF?gid=20051107017
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    Offense is suppose to score and Defense is to stop the offense
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    Satchboogie3 Rookie

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    Good for Peyton. He stayed in the game, we couldn't stop him.

    Now lets do that to him.
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    LMAO, LMFAO.....

    You are HURTING your own argument. Look at what the Colt's did when they got the ball with 5:11 left in the game,

    1-10-IND 20 (5:11) E.James left guard to IND 23 for 3 yards (V.Wilfork, M.Wright).
    2-7-IND 23 (4:28) (No Huddle) E.James right guard to IND 25 for 2 yards (C.Brown).
    3-5-IND 25 (3:43) (No Huddle, Shotgun) P.Manning pass to E.James to IND 31 for 6 yards (R.Colvin, C.Brown).
    1-10-IND 31 (2:58) E.James left tackle to IND 34 for 3 yards (M.Stone, E.Hobbs).
    2-7-IND 34 (2:14) E.James left guard to IND 37 for 3 yards (M.Beisel, M.Wright).
    Two-Minute Warning
    3-4-IND 37 (2:00) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass to M.Harrison to IND 34 for -3 yards (R.Colvin).
    4-7-IND 34 (1:16) H.Smith punts 49 yards to NE 17, Center-J.Snow. T.Dwight to NE 46 for

    Four runs by Edge for 11 yards, 1 pass to Edge for 6 yards and 1 pass to Marvin for -3 yards, followed by a PUNT. Yeah, sure sounds like they OPENED up the playbook.:D

    Again, LMFAO.........:D

    Hey, you wanna live in a fantasy world and claim the Colts didn't hold back during that game, go right ahead. It just makes you look pathetic, thats all.:p
  9. DarrylS

    DarrylS PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    So simple, but so difficult for people to understand.. not sure what they were supposed to do, take a knee at every snap.. maybe we talk to Polian about instituting a "mercy rule" like they do in Little League or Pop Warner.

    IMO this is BB's way of saying FU to the Commisioner and the rest of the league.. he is saying it quite well.
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  10. Satchboogie3

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    **** the NFL, **** analysts, **** everyone.

    The Patriots Do ONE thing and one thing only, WIN. Our offense will try to score everytime they have the ball. Don't like it? STOP US. This is the Proffesional Football.
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    Wildo7 Totally Full of It

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    Are you really that blinded by your Colts worship? Your saying that because the Pats D was able to stop Edge and Harrison on those plays that that was somehow honorable of the Colts? If Edge or Harrison could have broken tackles and made a play they would have. I can't believe how insanely stupid this argument is. I mean are you implying that Edge and Harrison were just, you know, lightly going through the plays hoping to get tackled??? What do you call running up the gut with Eckel? This is a complete joke and you know it. The only difference here is that the Pats backups have made plays while Edge was stopped.

    I can't believe so called football fans are really this dumb. If you go up by a ton very early in the game, chances are the end score is going to be a joke because you can't run the clock down when there's still almost an entire quarter left! Oh yes, the Pats are up 38 - 0 with 15 minutes left, so let's just run the ball with Eckel or someone three straight times and invite them to stop us so we can give them the ball back with oh, let's say 12 minutes left. Don't you get it? These games are so lopsided that by the time they are in those last few minutes the score is already a joke. But hey, let's just keep running Eckel up the gut with an entire quarter left and keep giving them the ball back so that they have a few more chances to leave a score that helps their self esteem. It's not as if they haven't been taking Brady out in the fourth they have, but what the F do you do when it's 38-0 and your backups are making plays against a D that offers no resistance? and an offense that keeps calling timeouts and even goes for an onside kick? This running up the score garbage is so silly it's hilarious. Yes BB is such a child that he's going to risk injuries and reveal all of his plays because he desperately wants to "rub it in." Grow up people.
  12. Peytonsbetter

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    Look, I'm just refuting freakgodeep, who said the Colt's didn't hold back against the pats in 05, IMO, implying that the Colts did then what the pats are doing now. Which is just wrong.

    Look at the plays the Colts ran in that game, up by 19, with 5 minutes to go-4 runs by Edge, one short pass to Edge and one pass to Marv which lost 3 yards, probably some kind of screen pass. Just by looking at those plays, I can tell that the Colt's were simply trying to run out the clock, definitely NOT trying to score.

    As a Colt's fan, I've heard all this bs about running up the score before, back in 04. Ironically, it was mainly pats fans who did the whining back then.:rolleyes:

    I'm generally of the opinion that, its the offense's job to score and the defense's job to stop the offense, mainly because of all the crap we Colt's fans took back in 04. But, there is a line and I think the pats have crossed it. Seriously, what do you gain by throwing a TD pass when your already up 38-0? Whats the purpose of that, besides padding your stats?
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