Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by SVN, Nov 4, 2007.
I especially liked the one counting on injuries, because it's not like the Pats haven't won with a rash of injuries opr anything even this year with seymour and morris out
Well come on. If the team had 21 in a row before or something then they may have some credibility but this team....no....
I actually don't think that is an unreasonable article. If the Pats do go 16-0, it will be something special. I'd put the chances now at maybe 35-40%.
The undefeated talk was silly with @ Indy still on the schedule. Now it's unlikely but realistic when you look at our schedule.
Dude! I don't know if you know this. But, well, we, I mean the pats one time won like 21 bazillion in a row. So, umm yea, we did do that, like one time I think.
Well the NFL does want a Manning v Manning SuperBowl so the last game of the reg season is going to be worse officiating than today. If that is at all possible.
Perloff's logic is specious and overall just weak contrarian crap to throw against the wall. His arguments take severe beatings in the response posts. Hey Perloff here's some news, just because you happen to dislike a team, doesn't mean they are going to have any more of a chance to lose. The Pats have just defeated the ONLY team that was a threat to them this season. It's time to run the table!!
I never understand why some of you guys talk about that '21 games in a row won' it was - 2 years apart and some of those players on the teams games at the end of that run (during the second part of those games in 2004) were not even on the team in 2003.
Its 21 games in a row yes - if you title it as the New England Patriots team winning 21 games in a row thats fine,But not the exact same team as a whole.
Does my rant make sense to you?
so the Sox winning 8 world series games in a row doesn't mean anything to you?
it means a lot to me though
With all due respect I am not a sox fan but I am a Cincinnati Reds fan
...O.K. You can laugh at that now.
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