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  1. pao

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    Thank you New England Patriots, for kicking those Cutler led Donkey's ASS. The Sorry Chargers couldn't hold up their end of the bargain. Here's to a rematch of last season's AFCCG!
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    It was our pleasure to help you with your division race.
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    I was literally giggling as the Patriots kicked the Bronco's and that snot nosed Cutler's butt. Better arm than John Elway my ass. Even if true, a great arm doesn't mean jack in this league, you've got to hava a brain and guts too. Cutler has neither, at least he hasn't shown it yet. I think he's too in love with himself to figure it out. And what a great job by BB and staff, they shut down a pretty good offense last night!
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    You have a misplaced word or two in your post. Please change the places of the first two words in the second sentence.

    Thanks.
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    I laughed so hard when he went right for the ice after throwing the long INT. The announcers were acting as if he had his friggin hand amputated or something.
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    Oh am I one happy Pats fan living in Denver... going to be two quiet weeks.
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
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    LOL, got it. Changed it too, you are actually right...in this instance.
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    Just like him, playing for the cameras. Always an excuse, always someone else's fault. Dude is a loser that believes what most pundits say, to his, and his team's detriment. Jeff George career ahead for that young man if he doesn't change (I don't see it happening). What a waste.
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    Wow, you are good sport. I have to hand it to you. And your signature is classy too.
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    Thanks. This is a great board, hence my presence, despite my allegience to the Chargers. As for Tom, I have nothing but respect for him. He is the antithesis of Jay Cutler. He is respectful of his teamates (and his opponents) and humble about his success. He deserves respect from every fan of the NFL for what he has accomplished and the grace with which he has done it. Any player though, really, deserves our prayers when injured because our empathy for people (most NFL players ARE people) should transcend the allegience to a particular team. After all, NFL football IS, at the most basic level, just entertainment. It is not life or death, although sometimes it feels that way (believe me, I know, remember '06? LOL...hey, what do you know, I can finally laugh about it!).
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    man, u really have something against cutler....is there a story i missed?
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    Yup, I've seen a couple of QB's play that ouchy game depending on how the ensuing series play out... I had some empathy for him heading into this season because of his diagnosis, but I think at heart he remains a punky little brat who reads his clippings.

    BTW Bill said today he and Dean watched him closely for a couple of series and decided not to buy into the ouchy blather...;)
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    I heard the Patriots rallying cry during pregame warmups was...

    PAO...OUT GO THE LIGHTS!
  15. HEY BRO! WHAT UP?

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    I'm glad the Pats won because the Broncos have owned the Pats for quite some time.
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