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  1. njpatsfan

    njpatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Such ends the legend of Tony Romo, and Parcell's dream of repeating the Belichick - Brady story.

    On the negative side:

    - Now we'll have to listen to the so-called pundits jump back on the Peyton Manning bandwagon.

    - Endure the smug Drew Bledsoe interviews to come.


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    I can't wait for 'Bledsoe's blog'
     
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    PonyExpress In the Starting Line-Up

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    As a Qb, I thought Romo played very well. As a holder, not so much....:bricks:
     
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    Quit ruining other people's good time. We need to hate Tony Romo because it makes our genitals feel bigger.

    Can we cut down on the Tony Romo threads please?
     
  5. njpatsfan

    njpatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    It is surprising that the starting QB is the holder .... still, a mistake is a mistake.

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    unfortunately that ends the possibility of a Pats-Cowboys Super Bowl, come one, you know that would be so sweet
     
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    Why couldn't they get Drew to do it?
     
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    zippo59 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    It would have been sweet if they went for it on 4th down.
     
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    Drew does not hold for field goals. It is beneath him. He's still the starting quarterback, you know, if only in his mind.
     
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    They should have. They had all 3 timeouts, the Seahags would have had the ball at the 2-yard line, and if they go 3-and-out, then Dallas has the ball at midfield with 45 seconds left.

    Which is basically what happened anyway. Except that Dallas does not tackle Alexander on 1st down. That was a huge play.

    P.S.: Why wasn't Terry Glenn closer to the action on the Hail Mary pass? If he had stood nearer to the Seattle defenders, he may have caught that thing. Instead, he just looks at it as it falls to the ground. Dumbass.
     
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    Hey Zippo....why did Tom Brady getting away with intentionally grounding in the last drive of SB 36 give the fat man goose bumps?

    SB 36 stats....145 yards passing with 1 lonely td, and a bunch of cheating and helmet to helmet contact by the Patsies. CHEATERS forever! HAHAHA rules were changed because you guys cheated so much.
     

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