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    maverick4 Banned

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    First of all, I don't totally buy the fact the Pats are purposely trying to be dicks, but are rather VERY motivated to protect the legacy of their past championships. Regardless, I think it's important to have ammunition to those (idiot) naysayers who love to call the Pats cheats and classless and running up the score.

    1983, Redskins beat Rams 51-7, no media stories.
    2007, Redskins beat 49ers 52-17, no media whining.

    2000 Playoffs, Jaguars beat Dolphins 62-7.

    2004, Colts beat Houston 49-14
    2004, Colts beat Chicago 41-10
    2004, Colts beat Detroit 41-9, all three of these with more Peyton ballwashing media stories.

    Compare these non-stories (and more to come) with media hacks like Michael Wilbon who suggested someone should take out Brady's knees.

    Add to this list, please.
     
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    Patriot Power On the Game Day Roster

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    Any number of Superbowls... the Bears, Raiders, 49ers, Redskins, Cowboys.
     
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    1940 NFL Championship, Bears over Redskins 73-0.
    1966, Redskins over Giants 72-41.

    Superbowl 20, Bears over Patriots 46-10.
    Superbowl 24, 49ers over Broncos 55-10.
    Superbowl 29, 49ers over Chargers 49-26.
    Superbowl 27, Cowboys over Bills 52-17.

    More to come, please add to the list.
    We've already pointed out the hypocrisy over Spygate, now it's time to show just how biased and punks the media and NFL is over the Pats right now.
     
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    Brady to Brown 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    Ya but these are the mean Patriots, they kick puppies and take candy from babies.
     
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    2007 Philadephia Eagles.....56-21 over Lions.
     
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    1987, Giants over 49ers 49-3.
    2001, Giants over Vikings 41-0.
    1994, 49ers over Giants 44-3.
    1982, Cowboys over Bucs 38-0.

    All with no media whining and no calls to take out the QB's knees.
    People just hate the Pats because they are seeing something special they can't understand (the height of teamwork, preparation, chemistry, motivation, and selflessness).
     
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    http://www.allthingsbillbelichick.com/

    Fred Smerlas: "…Have you ever, in all the years you've been [coaching], had such a hoopla about how you guys are winning games? … It's bizarre. And any team you've ever seen – Indianapolis Colts, the Greatest Show on Turf – have you ever seen anyone say 'Boy, you guys are just putting up too many points'? It baffles me. I don't know what planet I'm on here. And you've been around for a long time."
    Belichick: "Yeah, and you know, Fred, my background is on the defensive side of the ball, so we always felt like it's your job defensively to try to limit the points. But hey, everybody's entitled to their opinion or whatever. All we're trying to do is go out there and win games and play good football. In situations at the end of the game, nobody's trying to embarrass or run anything up on anybody, but not playing is, to me, more disrespectful than playing. So taking a knee and doing that, I don't think that's really the answer. The ball's on the 7-yard line and it's 4th down, kicking a field goal to make it 41-0 instead of 38-0, I don't see where that's … I wouldn't appreciate that if I was on the other side. But again, it doesn't really matter. I think it's just important for us to go out there and…you know, the players are doing what the plays are called to run, and as coaches we're trying to do the things that we feel like are the right thing to do for our football team at that particular time. It's not about embarrassing anybody, it's just about doing what…"
    Pete Sheppard: [Interrupting] "But it surprises me, I mean, most of the coaches are saying just exactly what you did on television. You know, Cowher, Johnson, all these guys, they always reiterate what you say every week. I am shocked at the number of players, some of them who are going to be in the Hall of Fame, or who are in the Hall of Fame, just don't seem to get it. And some of those players have been on the opposite side, on teams winning by 35, 40 points, some games. I don't understand how some of these Hall of Fame players, or will-be Hall of Fame players, don't get it."
    Belichick: "It's not a question that I really have a good answer to. If somebody has another opinion on it, they're entitled to that. But believe me, it's not our intent to do anything to embarrass anybody else. We have respect for all of our opponents – the other teams and the other organizations. We're just out there trying to do what we do. And sometimes when you get into a situation where a team brings a lot of guys down and wants to blitz at the end of the game [and] you don't have enough people to block them all, you don't really want to get your guys killed because you can't block guys that are coming free on the line of scrimmage. It's almost easier for you to throw the ball than it is to run it in those kinds of situations."
     
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    Apparently Redskins LB Randall Godfrey said something to Belichick after the game at midfield, and repeated it to reporters in the locker room after the game.

    Godfrey said "You've got to show some class, show some respect. Joe Gibbs? We wouldn't have done that. Bill Walsh? You wouldn't see those types of guys doing that stuff. I've never seen nothing like that. This is the pros. You show some respect. You show some class."

    I think Godfrey (and all the other jealous, petty Patriot haters) need to check NFL history before they speak. Gibbs and Walsh wouldn't have done that?

    Super Bowl 22: Washington 42, Denver 10
    Super Bowl 24: San Francisco 55, Denver 10
     
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    2005 51-24 Colts over titans

    2001 42-10 Rams over Dolphins (14 points in the 4th)

    2001 35-0 Rams over Lions (14 points in the 4th)

    2001 42-17 Rams over Colts
     
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    you think Steve young wants to explain these to us.

    1992 56 - 17 San fran over Atlanta - Steve young had 399 yards passing.

    1991 52 - 14 San fran over Chicago - Young, starting after a six-week absence caused by torn knee ligaments, had touchdown passes of 3 and 69 yards to Rice and a 2-yarder to Jamie Williams as the 49ers rocketed to a 24-0 halftime lead. Young added a 2-yard touchdown run on the first play of the fourth quarter.
     
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    Oh, I would give anything for the opportunity to grill Young about these examples.
     
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    godfrey, u just got owned
     
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    kolbitr Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Minor correction: Walsh was not the coach in that Super Bowl; it was by then George Seifert.

    Walsh was beaten by the Parcells-coached Giants in the playoffs one year (1986 I believe) 49–3.
     
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    The following is a reply to a post I made in a thread called "Brady is a Marked Man" on Indystar. I found it quite amusing and characteristic of Colts fans;

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    2004, Colts beat Houston 49-14
    2004, Colts beat Chicago 41-10
    2004, Colts beat Detroit 41-9
    2005 51-24 Colts over titans

    Other teams;

    2001 42-10 Rams over Dolphins (14 points in the 4th)
    2001 35-0 Rams over Lions (14 points in the 4th)
    2001 42-17 Rams over Colts
    Super Bowl 22: Washington 42, Denver 10
    Super Bowl 24: San Francisco 55, Denver 10
    1987, Giants over 49ers 49-3.
    2001, Giants over Vikings 41-0.
    1994, 49ers over Giants 44-3.
    1982, Cowboys over Bucs 38-0.
    1983, Redskins beat Rams 51-7
    2007, Redskins beat 49ers 52-17
    2000 Playoffs, Jaguars beat Dolphins 62-7
    1986 Super Bowl Bears beat Patriots 51-10

    Reply from Blue88Blue88hut
    Why do you keep forgetting that BB didn't coach these teams?
     
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    Haven't you heard? Now they drown kittens and steal widows pensions.
     
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    I like the title of this thread. Because it is about the media whining. I think the pats should do what they wanna do. The pats should hone and fine tune as they see fit. It is like mediots Ditka and Jackson are suggesting, if teams don't like it then they need to stop it. :cool:
     
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    I think the competition committee should get involved and enact the slaughter rule.

    35 Point lead ??

    Plus, once teams have won their 11th game of the year they have to play with 10 men on offense and 10 on defense.

    We must bring back Parity
     
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    DisgruntledTunaFan In the Starting Line-Up

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    As much as Parcells brought his "playing not to lose" philosophies to Dallas, there were times when he would go for it on 4th down on multiple occasions when his team was up by 3 scores late instead of kicking the FG, and there were other times when it was garbage time, he would leave ALL of his starters in(I wanted to smack him for leaving Romo and Gurode in when we had Tampa buried in the 4th last year).

    :confused: Maybe Belichick learned from his former boss?;)
     
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    I remember that game-I was in New Orleans at the time(where the Super Bowl was played), and Seifert called alot of pass plays late which resulted in TDs.

    Was rooting for SF at the time-but when it was over at the half, I was shocked by how much they were continuing to air it out late in the game.
     
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