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  1. Tunescribe

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    We clearly overachieved this season. I'm proud of our Patriots, and look foward to another good run next year after some obvious holes are plugged. We have the classiest team and best coach in the NFL and a great draft to look forward to. This run is NOT over. GO PATRIOTS!
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    This team did soooo much more than any of us thought possible the first month of the season. This is not over by a longshot ;)
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    well said

    Go Pats!!!
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    This team gave us all they had. We should be proud of the effort they put forth, and the Colts should thank us for taking the Chargers out for them. I can only hope the non-factors (Chad Jackson--are you listening?) step it up next season.

    I hope Bingo and Bruschi come back for one more...
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    very numb at this point

    overall I'd have to say they over-achieved
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    Our guys played with so much heart AND head. They deserve NO criticism. Not this time. We got beat, plain and simple

    Sure, we blew a lead, but I'll look past it since it's the first in, like, 6 years
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    My thanks too for a team that beat the odds to even GET there today... of COURSE it's not really a success in Patsland unless there's a big silver football at the end, but they gave us a lot to cheer for for 19 weeks.

    PFnV
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    Wash your mouth out, NEMster. The play calling (on offense) was pretty good today. They made a lot of adjustments to neutralize the over-loading the Colts did, and they called some great plays.

    Look, this team was gassed. Too much travel, the flu bug hitting, no time to heal and get ready. Brady was off on some throws, and looked pretty tired all game. Come on!!

    They did their best, including Josh, which was *almost* enough. All things given, it was a minor miracle that we were that close to winning. The magic can't last forever.
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    One game away from another SB trip. Two first round picks coming up. Pioli deciding to stay. I don't think any one has ever won their division five years in a row. Pats could do that next year. I already cant wait.
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    coulda, shoulda, woulda...
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    True, we stumbled on defense more than offense.

    This game WAS the Super Bowl. It's a foregone conclusion that Indy beats the Bears. We certainly would've beaten the Bears again.
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    we'll never really know
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    Agree with the sentiment on Bingo and Bruschi, but they don't owe us anything and have given us far more than we have a right to expect.

    If they decide to hang it up, then Godspeed to them, and they should know that they'll never have to pay for a drink anywhere in New England.
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    Remind me to avoid the Fox Sports Grill at the Irvine Spectrum if I ever have the misfortune to be near El Lay.
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    I'm proud to be a Patriots fan. My hear goes out to the whole team. They exceeded my expecations. It's amazing that we had 1st year wr's(except Brown) make it this far. It's not easy, but I'm proud they made it this far. We have a tough as nails quarterback and a genius as our HC and a whole team that plays their hearts out up until the final whistle. They've given me many memories to cherish that I'll NEVER forget. I love this friggin team.
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    Don't think they owe us anything...just hope they come back! :(
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    Sorry, Fog, but NEM is right for a change. The play-calling in the 3rd quarter was pretty bad. And the play-calling in the 4th quarter was only marginally better.

    The Pats had 3 chances in the 4th quarter to put the game away. 1 of them saw Reche get pummelled with no call (after he dropped the open pass) . 1 saw a bogus offensive pass interference call made. And the last was poor play-calling.
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    This team achieved miracles with what they had..they were beaten by a better team..
    the pats get all my respect and love....next year can't come soon enough!
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    Well now since we didn't win it all, maybe other teams will start siphoning off the Colts coaches and leave ours alone.

    It is extremely difficult to develop continuity when we have such constant losses to our coaching staff.

    BB may be a great developer of coaches, but the latest crop isn't getting half a chance to ripen.
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    We scored enough points to win, NEM. Our defense just got steamrolled. McDaniels was not the reason we lost, we had TWO separate leads in the fourth quarter.

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