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Reasons To Worry About The BIlls Game 2.0

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  1. BigMike

    BigMike PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I mean, will the fans get bored at halftime? I mean, this is going to be a vicious arse kicking?

    Who will be the QB late in the fourth quarter?

    Will Losman need counseling after his team is down by two dozen?

    BB and Co are angry and they are at war with the NFL _ they are going to lay the smack down on every opponent all season!
    Last edited: Sep 20, 2007
  2. FarScapeR

    FarScapeR On the Game Day Roster

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    Ugh... when did we become Colts fans?
  3. PatsDeb

    PatsDeb PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    While I think it is unlikely that the Pats will lose this game, it would be foolish for the team to think they are just going to crush the Bills. In fact, I think that's what got San Diego in trouble - they were so confident that they were going to win the game against the Pats because it was so close last time, and really we won on a couple of fluke plays, they couldn't possibly lose, right? Then they came in here with no game plan and got crushed.

    To answer your questions - no, the fans won't be bored by half-time. Lots of people (like me) will be tuned into the whole game to see if the Pats can keep up their systematic domination of an opponent for a third week in a row (a difficult thing to do for any team). I'll be curious to see if the Pats try to get the running game going a little more early on for a more balanced attack.

    I don't think JP will need counseling, but I'll be curious to see if he can get anything going against the Pats.

    I don't expect this to be an angry smackdown. I think the Pats will try for an efficient, no-nonsense win, with several long drives with lots of tries to get the running game (particularly Maroney) on track.

    Go Pats!

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