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Not good ... obviously trying to use more of the playbook which has been a problem all year.
That's a bad sign.
Bad practice =bad game Atleast if the Patriots lose they will not be a top 8 team,they will not be as resticted if their is no agreement between the owners and players.I think the top 8 can only sign a player if they lose a player of enqual value.
Hmmm, I seem to recall hearing a similar story before their SB loss to the NYG.
The rules are more complicated than that. In any case, we will have many posts reviewing the exact conditions when our season is complete.
Lets play the game first, before we judge a game that has not been played already and deciding draft picks already....
If it were only on defense, I'd accept that as young guy getting some playoff jitters. However, if the offense has a bad practice - shame on them. They are highly skilled veterans who should be razor sharp this time of year.
I am expecting patience and solid execution from Brady - not any postgame, "We've gotta get better" comments.
I was just trying to find a 'bright side ".
Better to throw the team under the bus.Brady knows he has not played his best, if you read Faulks coments the other day.
Brady did say that they had a real good day on Wednesday:
Brady: We had a really good day today - Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston
If they had a good practice on Friday then that's 2/3 good ones for the week. If you apply that to their 76% chance of winning tomorrow, they still come out on top, but just barely.
As long as nobody gets arrested tonight they'll be ok
They should have done a Saturday practice then. What do they do on saturdays?
Have a 12 hour practice on saturday if necessary. Do whatever it takes.
These guys better not disappoint me. This is the perfect setup for Indy to either be beaten or be so battered that the pats can beat them easily.
They better win tomorrow. I hate being let down.
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