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  1. PonyExpress

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    Before Sunday, no quarterback had ever thrown 50 times in a playoff game and won.

    Before Sunday, Tom Brady had never won a game when throwing 3 INTs (0-7)

    Before Sunday, San Diego had turned the ball over only 15 times in 16 games, an NFL low in 2006, and among the fewest in NFL history. On Sunday they turned it over 4 times in one game.

    Before Sunday, Eric Parker had the highest catch % of any starting receiver on a playoff team. On Sunday he dropped passes left and right.

    Before the playoffs, Jabar Gaffney had caught 11 passes all season. Since the playoffs began, he has caught 18 passes in 2 games.

    Before Sunday, never before had the top two seeds in a conference failed to get out of the divisional round (except strike years).

    May the blessings of the "Football Gods" continue to rain down on this team; may they remain "pious" in practice-time, resolute in adversity, humble in victory... Booyahhh!!!!:rocker:
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    That's why they play the games, right?
  3. NYCPatsFan

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    No Jersey Selected

    Thanks and eagerly waiting your analysis/prediction of the upcoming game.

    Got too much caught up with the Bolt's tantrums and need to focus on the Colts.

    I am getting worried that our team might also get too caught up with this hardfought emotional win over the #1 seed. Hopefully that is not the case. Colts on the other hand have now managed to go under the radar and I am sure they are happy that most of the media is now focused on the Pats. Will this be a distraction to our players?

    I am doing my part by deciding not to view any of the threads concerning the past week or reading any article about it.

    Colts have beaten us twice and their defense is actually far better than what the experts gave them credit. I am getting worried, which is usually a good thing. :|

    GO PATS!
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  4. PATRIOT64

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    Thats why stats are the BIGGEST piece of overated crap in sports and only give people something to talk about,The past stats means squat over 90% of the time - Whoever plays the best ball on sunday wins - screw the stats!!
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    Great point, I'm thinking the same thing! we need to get on INdy Week right now!!

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