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  1. SVN

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    The score will be something like 70-3.

    I hope the Pats have zero carries and zero rushing yards after the game.
     
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    Warm? He obviously doesn't mean weather warm, he thinks the fans will be warm towards them???
     
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    He was being facetious.

    Secondarily, he may have been referring to the idiom "They'll make it hot for us." But mainly, he was being facetious.

    He's actually not bad at ironic humor. His riff about doing video study of his handshake technique was pretty funny last year.
     
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    Kerry Rhodes - "hopefully they don't beat us too bad"

    love it.
     
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    If you watched the Jets game yesterday, you'd know Mangini has far from learned well from Belichick. Mangini seems to have learned more from his predecessor, Herm Edwards. Mangini's late game play calling was attrocious. I mean I can't put to words how badly he mismanaged the end of the game.

    Sorry, but the Pats players have the utmost confidence in Belichick that whatever he decides to do in a game puts them in the best chance of winning. Jets players have to think Mangini single handily lost them a game yesterday. Mangini has learned nothing other than trivial stuff from Belichick.
     
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    That little zit-faced piece of garbage has a lot of nerve to talk aboout BB at all, after he took the Pats scouting report on Pennington, tried to steal his assistant coaches, and then spat in his "mentor's" face like a little tattle-tale b*itch with the camera b.s.. Let him be in all the commercials he wants. He's an absolute failure as a coach, and he is a piece of garbage to boot.

    I said it the day spygate occurred and I'll say it again: that little tattle-tale whiny-assed punk will be fired by the end of next year, and he will never be hired as a head coach in the NFL again. Who would hire a rat fink scumbag who couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag? Look at his abysmal decision-making just *yesterday*---with the horse**** FG attempt and then a SECOND onsides kick attempt. Kick it deep with the 3 timeouts if you're going to go for the fg in the first place, GENIUS. Seriously, the guy is a lousy, lousy coach--at Ganggreen there is a thread asking who is worse: Kotite, Hermie, or Mangini. That should tell you all you need to know about this degenerate p.o.s's coaching ability.

    Meanwhile BB is going to the hall-of-fame, and may well be considered the best coach of all time by the time he retires.
     
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    Yeah, the rat said BB "Has done a lot for me in my career" or words to that effect.

    Yeah, he's gonna do a lot for his career Sunday, he's going to help end it.
     
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    I just hope another fan tells him to "Try salad". :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    he's being a two-faced liar right now.

    if he really felt that BB had done a lot for him and he appreciated it, then how could he turn him into the league?

    the answer is he couldn't, which means that's not how he really feels.
    How he really feels is probably more along the lines of, screw him, this is a business, I can't be sentimental about the breaks he gave me, he is the competition and I'll do whatever I can to get an edge and consequences be damned.
     
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    Hey, sentimentality can't be a factor if you're a head coach. BB is the poster boy for this. Once players start reaching the end of their usefulness, he cuts them loose, personal history be damned.
     
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    If he said that he would actually be honest for once. Whatever, let Ratgina and his sinking ship go down to the depths of the ocean. That's how it's gonna look after the whipping the Pats put on the Jets next Sunday.
     
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    I just saw the game as our was ending but I didn't understand a damn thing he was doing. Kicking a field goal down by more than 3, than not trying an onsides kick later...very confusing.
     
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    He was trying to lull the Patriots with a false sense of security by deliberately losing the game.
     
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    I might be one of the few or the only one but i think BB broke a rule and was fined .It is not cheating but for some reason i do not see how that makes BB the victim and mangini the one who is man deserving justice.

    I feel bad for him he is going to get fired over this and be a coordinator by next year.
     
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    By the time he is run out of New Jersey, his name will be so bad he could'nt get hired to pop a pimple on Herm Edwards ass.
     
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    haha. Good one.
     
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    I don't feel bad for him at all. Belichick was punished for what he did. He isn't a victim. But Mangini is far from an innocent in this.

    Mangini only got a head coaching job because of Belichick. He had done nothing in his career to warrant being a head coach other than being a Belichick disciple. He also benefitted from whatever Belichick did including filming other people's sidelines. Also, many reports had one of the Jets staffs getting ejected from the sidelines from the Pats game for the same thing.

    Also, Mangini could have handled this situation much better. He was a copy boy when Belichick took him under his wing and made him what he was today. Mangini repaid him by setting him up. If anyone didn't think Mangini knew that someone from the Pats was going to be videotaping signals from that game are kidding himself. He could have handled it quietly, but he wanted the league involved. After this whole thing exploded, the Jets then leaked to Andrea Kreamer the next night that they were going to file allegations to the league that the Pats were jamming their signals. Not only were these allegations baseless, they were just leaked to fuel the fire.

    Mangini was also the guy recruiting staff and players on the plane home from a loss from Denver. He also stole a laptop with sensitive scouting and playbook information which he admitted to having by mistake when he said he showed Pennington the Pats' scouting report on him.

    Say what you will about Belichick. He definitely has his character flaws. But Mangini is a slimly human being who will screw anyone over to get ahead. I hope he never gets another job in the NFL again. He is nothing without Belichick holding his hand anyway.
     
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    Yeah, why kick that second onside kick when you have all three of your time outs only down by 2? You screw it up like they did and the opposing team is in field goal territory.
     
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    Go listen to the idgit trying to sound smart:

    http://www.wfan.com/pages/460167.php


    He says he explained to his team all the good things they did at the end of the game vs. Cleveland--roflmao
     
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