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  1. PatsFans.com Article

    PatsFans.com Article In the Starting Line-Up

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    The crowd could be a big factor this Sunday

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    Season is on the line, this is essentially a playoff game. Therefore I expect a playoff atmosphere.
     
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    We could have some snow for the game so hopefully we get lots of diehards who'll rock it up big time:rocker:
     
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    Mountain_Commando Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    From the article:

    "I dare say most other teams would have folded into a nice 4-12 tent under such circumstances. Instead, the Patriots have shown once again that all they do is win and they just won't fade away into the NFL mediocrity sunset. It must annoy the bejeezus out of the rest of the League and their fans."

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    "Only the most delusional Patriots fan would have envisioned Matt Cassel performing so admirably. Not to mention the way he carried himself in the face of losing his father over the last week."
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    We have answered the silly question of whether Bill Belichick is any good without Tom Brady around. Randy Moss didn't quit on his teammates like many predicted in September. Wes Welker and Kevin Faulk proved again that you don't have to be 6'4" to be a receiving threat. We got a glimpse of some young talent in Jerod Mayo, Gary Guyton, Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis and Jonathan Wilhite. It's been a transition year for the Patriots as they will have to get better and younger in a number of areas in order to compete in the coming years. Usually such a season is a lost cause but not for this team in this season."

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