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  1. VJCPatriot

    VJCPatriot Pro Bowl Player

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    Our offense looks predictable and out of sync. Tom Brady is throwing up an unprecedented number of picks and inaccurate passes for his standards. And we just lost two games in a row, one of them to the Jets. The Pats haven't lost two games in a row for years. What is going down in Foxboro?

    I thought Dillon and Maroney had what it took to carry this team but lately they are getting stuffed at the line. Perhaps somebody out there has figured them out?

    Our wonderful gameplan against the Vikings is in the rearview window. Question is, could we make it work again? Tom Brady went all pass and the Pats won that game handily.

    Your thoughts on how the Pats can turn their season around? It looks like an uphill battle from here on out and I'm looking at that bright red panic button just waiting to be pressed.
     
  2. patsox23

    patsox23 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    First of all, NO. Second all, half the wussy newbies on this board started in pre-season when Deion got traded.
     
  3. RayClay

    RayClay Pro Bowl Player

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    Yes, panicking is always a good way to deal with problems.

    This boring practicing, fixing things, studying gameplans is tedious.

    Using this approach we've failed to win the Super Bowl every other year. Maybe screaming and running around in circles will change our luck.
     
  4. HEY BRO! WHAT UP?

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    No, we shouldn't panic. There are seven games remaining, so whether the Pats win or lose, we as fans should just enjoy watching them. We know how it is when the season is over, the offseason is boring as hell and count the days unitl the new season starts. So this year I have been pretty mellow when they lose and happy when then win. Unlike years past, I used to throw fits when the Pats didn't win and let it ruin my week until they had a chance to redeem themselves. So the moral of the story is, whether they win or lose, I'm just glad that football is here.
     

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