Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by SVN, Oct 2, 2007.
"The Cowboys catch another break this week, with J.P. Losman banged up."
Ummm . . . not that Trent Edwards = Tom Brady, but did they really catch a break here?
I would not be shocked if the Bills give the Cowboys their first loss.
i dont buy this easy schedule...if you really want to talk about schedule..you must look who was on your opponents sched. also..when we beat the bolts and jets...everyone thought they were very good...we demoralized them...i bet if the jets had won and bolts...they they would be diff teams now. also when colts beat saints they were considered very good. i mean..who would you rather play next week...the bolts or the browns?
yeah, but the Colts won their two road games by 2 and 6 points respectively. The Pats rolled in all 4 games.
Agreed it's silly. The Raiders have beaten Miami and Cleveland - so they are a tougher opponent on Cleveland's schedule than SD is on ours ? It's absurd. Oh well, we'll smoke Cleveland then show the NFC that they're pretenders.
When there are only a half-dozen teams, at most, that are any good, in a league with 32 teams, there are a lot of easy schedules.
:agree: It's been argued on this site that the Pats showed the rest of the NFL how to break down the Bolts' D, by spreading them out and attacking their weakest point (their DBs). Both the Packers and Chiefs did it effectively.
Thought I'm concerned about the easy schedule, I'd be more concerned if these games had closer final scores. Pats are always looking to improve, and no one's better at finding areas where it's needed. :rocker:
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