Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by emoney_33, Sep 13, 2010.
Pats dominant, Colts dominated, Jets laughing stock.
In the words of Borat, "very nice"
And the Phins looked less than impressive against the Bills. Wonderful weekend!
"very nice" indeed....
What are you going to hop back on the bandwagon?
Don't forget the Raiders lost, despite Jason 'the savior' Campbell under center and that pick is off to a good start
I do believe you meant to say "Vayy naaise!" with a big ol' poop eating grin and a perverts tone!
And the Panthers lost.
Yeah, and Raiders to the list.
couldn't have gone better. Brady is going to torch them Sunday.
Was nice to see the Saints and Vikes both play horrible as well.
I thought Borat too, when I read your headline. We have great success.
Just about every team in the league looked pretty sloppy this week except for the Patriots, honestly. If it keeps up this way I'll be quiet pleased. That said, we have to remember to temper our expectations.
Just want to add that it's always nice (and often helpful) when the Chargers lose, too. That they lost to the Chiefs makes it extra special.
Yup, plenty of tests ahead. You can bet humble pie is on the menu in Foxboro this week.
As Borat would say "I like"
That was the icing on the cake of this weekend
I understand how the Jets Brain Drain needed to sell tiickets and PSLs, so were told to pump up the Jets fans in the pre-season. That is nothing new, they are always suckerd into beleiving you can go from the outhouse to the Palace in one fell swoop.
But for the life of me, I don't understand how supposedly knowledgeable analysts and Mediots bought into the Super bowl hype.
It is no secret that Sanchize is only a sophomore and inexperienced. The WRs are exclusively other team rejects, the RBs are comprised of an over-the-hill gang or a mid level RB without pretense of being a franchise back. And the self-destuction of the Offensive line was there for all to see.
Are the football analysts that DUMB?!?
Hype + Big Market = Ratings = Advertisers = Money.
Opinions are bought and sold like stocks these days.
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