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  1. KDPPatsfan85

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    I checked weather.com for the foxboro weather on monday and its saying snow showers. I am kind of a weather geek and there is a possible snow storm hitting around or after Monday so this should be a great game. Remember last year when we put the beat down on the Titans 59-0. Brady threw 29/34 380 yds and 6TD. LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW!!!:D
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    AWESOME! Has sanchez ever played in the snow before?
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    that post put a smile on my face....i would LOVE the first game of the seaosn w/ snow to be that MNF game


    and another game like that titans game would be more than awesome
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    We are, I believe, 11-0 in the snow. So to see the Patriots play in the snow is a beautiful thing! :)
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    hope welker does some snow angels. put the cherry on top of the icing
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    I'd love to see an absolute snowstorm for the MNF game. Will be so much sweeter to see the tears from Rex Ryan freeze on his face after the game! =)
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    Thsi won't be the Titans or Jags we are playing. They are used to snow too, don't forget.

    Also, where do you see possible snow in the forecast? I can't find anything similar anywhere?

    39/28 10% precip clear
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    Has Hernandez ever played in snow before? isnt he from Florida?
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    Does that 11-0 mean with Brady as QB? I am curious what Manning's snow record is. Doesn't Brady have a higher winning percentage indoors then Manning? Sanchez has never played in snow, there was some in the forecast in 2009 when Jets lost to Falcons 10-7 on Dec 18th as Sanchez threw 3 INTs. After this game Ryan declared Jets are out of the playoffs.
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    Try Connecticut.
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    I have been following the weather models. Weathermen are very conservative till like 2 days out then they will talk about snow.
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    But didn't he play football in FL?
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    I just changed over on weather.com. I looked about 10 minutes ago and it said snow showers 39/28 20%/30%, but now it says mostly cloudy 39/28 10%/20%.
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    We'll just have to wait and see.
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    i think bad weather would favor the jets with the running game and could effect us in the passing game..no ?
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    He grew up in Bristol, CT. and played high school football here. Also he has been practicing in the cold, here, so he'll be used to it by now.
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    We are a dink and dunk team, and our main weapon is the short pass, so the answer is no.
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    Ok cool, thats a good thing then.
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    Once this huge rainstorm passes. The models will have a better grip on the possible storm coming so i will keep you all updated!!
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    Doesn't matter. It only takes a year in the Florida heat for your blood to thin out. The Swamp also has temperatures which regularly go over 100 degrees during games as well. He might be from Connecticut, but he's not used to the cold. Luckily, neither is Sanchez.

    A snowy MNF game would be awesome.
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    Weather forecasters are about as accurate as Football analysts.
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