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  1. Sean Pa Patriot

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    #12 Jersey

    The jets in afc title game, or that we did not show up last week and face a Norv Turner and the Chargers who cant win in the playoffs.... And will never go to the super bowl under Norv.. Right now Im more ticked we did not show up, and I hope Bill Belichick is ticked like he was against Indy in 06 when we should have won.... I am super ticked right now, damn you AD for ruining the locker room... We are 100 times better than the jets... Im more sick about us not showing up against the ravens...
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    Definitely not winning last week. I always want to see the team win the game, not having lost and be mad at someone else winning their game.

    Would have been interesting, as the Colts/Jets would have played this week.

    But alas, here we are, groveling over 'what could have been'.

    That's been our motto ever since we won Super Bowl 39. "What could have been"
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    We are not better than the Jets!!! The Jets will smack you in the mouth on D and cram it down your throat on O. We became the run and shoot Houston Oilers.... Go Jets, beat Jughead!!!
    Then lose to the Saints!
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    I couldn't care less what the Jets do. I care a lot that we didn't show up for the biggest game of the season in our own backyard.

    We don't deserve to be going anywhere, because we didn't take care of business. And we wouldn't have beaten the Chargers. The Jets are playing much better than we are right now.

    I loved the 2008 team because we played to the best of our ability, given Brady's loss and the lack of talent in the secondary, we got better as the season progressed, and we would have been nasty in the playoffs. The 2009 team is the exact opposite - the biggest underachiever and most inconsistent team of the BB era. Even though technically this year's team won the division and last year's team didn't, there's no comparison as far as I'm concerned.
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    The Jets are still playing football, that makes them a better team IMO.
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    The fact if the Pats had shown up last week and taken care of business vs. the Ravens that there was a decent chance the Pats could be playing in the AFC Championship game this weekend considering how badly the Chargers shot themselves in the foot. By a mile.

    I hate the Jets and can't stand them in the championship game next weekend, but I care about the Pats more.

    The Pats might not have won either game if they didn't shoot themselves in the foot last week, but I think both the Ravens and Chargers were beatable teams. The Jets didn't play great today, but they took advantage of the Chargers' mistakes.
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    All of the sudden the jets are this powerhouse team... BARF..... please.. The jets have no QB, and if we would have showed up last week we might have to wait and see. but now the jets are playing , and now i have to root for indy.. why football gods why!!!!!!!!
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    We all seen and knew we were not a great team this year before we made the playoffs.
    Why BB did not address these issues before the season started ticked me off... pass rush,losing all our leaders on defense.
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    Sorry but the Jets were better this year.

    100 times better on defense

    Much better running game
    better special teams
    more passion and intensity


    I do not think the Patriots would have beat the Chargers today
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    How does a team come out flat on their homefield for a playoff game, who is that on?

    What if Rodney moved Tyree's arm on the way down and simply just breathed on the football to dislodge it.

    What if Pierre Stiff Woods holds onto a football he had ripped out of his hands.

    What if BB didn't sit there in the 06 AFCCG as #18 is letting 35 precious seconds tick away to leave Tom enough time to bring us back instead of sitting there like a deer in the headlights with two timeouts in his back pocket. Worst misuse of clock management that I've ever seen.

    What if we really did draft Clay Matthews or James Laurinaitus or Rey Maualuga.

    What if we didn't trade a 3 rd round pick for Burgress, think of the moving around ammo we could have had in the 2010 NFL draft.

    Alot of what ifs.....................
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    This year's team was an embarrassment and I was glad to get it over. 4 blown leads in the second half ? The only road wins were in Buffalo and England ? Then starting the playoffs allowing an 83 yard run up the middle ?

    I don't care if the Chargers are chockers, the '09 Patriots wouldn't have beaten them.
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    like it or not, Jets have a ferocious D, pass-rush, shutdown corner. They would have killed our O in playoffs. Now what is this, i have started respecting the J-E-S-T-S ?? :eek:
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    I will be shocked if Indy doesn't beat the Jets, and they might do it handily.

    Let Revis cover Wayne, and they'll torch the Jets anyway.

    And when they need a first down, they'll throw to Wayne anyway, and Revis won't be able to do a thing about it. Sure, he'll shut down Wayne downfield, but it won't matter.
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    the jets earned. geting to the AFC champ game by showing up to play each week.


    the pats were. the worst team in the playoffs by far and would have got there doors blown off by san diego if they would have beat the ravens who IMO were all so not a very good team as far as the playoff teams go.
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    I hope so 'cause you know were going to get inundated with all of the JESTS finest trolls in the next week. Colts fans are the lesser of the 2 evils IMO.
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    No bro, we are ONE game better then the Jets. Buy technically speaking the Jets are 1 game better then us when you add on TWO playoff wins vs. the Patriots ONE "played" and done.
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    I'm officially 100% an NFC fan the rest of the way.
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    Not showing up. Don't like Jets, but since the whole : it's a sahme we're not in the playoffs... starting to like Rexy ! He is funny.
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    Things to be ticked off about:

    1. No passion or emotion in the PLayoff game versus the Ravens
    2. Multiple personnel mistakes over the past 5 years which have screwed the team up
    3. Patriots transforming from a Physical defense and run the ball team to a finesse non physical team
    4. Loss of coaching and player talent over past 4 years
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    Actually if the Saints lose next week, I am out. I will watch the Super Bowl for the commercials and The Who (or what's left of them). I don't want to see Favre get another ring after the crap he has pulled the last few years as much as I don't want to see Manning get his second or Rex Ryan get his first as head coach.
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    Sums up how I feel too.
    Go Saints!
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    Not really ticked off much at all about either one, the Jets deserve it quite frankly. And I think they could've played these playoffs 100 times and this Patriot team wouldn't have won the Super Bowl in any of them. Before Welker's injury, I thought we might go the distance but coaching deficiencies/2nd half woes would likely not allow for 4 straight wins over great teams. After Welker's injury I thought with some breaks there was an outside shot of it. After watching the offense in the first half against Baltimore, even if the score were 0-0 at halftime I'd have lost all hope entirely. This team wasn't good enough plain and simple.
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    What ticks me off:

    The signing of AARP wide receiver Joey Galloway.
    Trading a third and fifth round draft picks for Derrick Burgess.
    Adalius Thomas turning into a underachieving malcontent this season.
    Shawn Springs inexplicably benched for four games.
    The New England Patriots run over by the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs.
    The Colts and Jets in the AFC Conference Championship Game.
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    One of the best posts I've seen in the last couple weeks.
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    I actually kind of like this Jets team: pressure defense, great pass defense, excellent running game, young quarterback with upside, wacky irreverent coach. I sure hope they beat Indy. But I'll root for either NFC team over either AFC team this year.
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    I'm not ticked off at the Pats.

    I sincerely think they did the best with what they had. I'm not looking to scapegoat any player for his attitude or any coach for what he might have done better.

    I am royally and irrationally ticked off that I have to watch an AFCCG between the two teams that I most dislike in the entire conference...even the raiders have some redeeming qualities (which I'm sure I'll remember at some point).

    i guess if i HAVE to choose, I'd have to pick the Jets because I just don't want the Colts and Peyton to even have a chance to get a second trophy this decade. but, man, that's a hard, hard choice!!!!

    NFC's not a bad choice. the Saints have never been to an SB and the Vikings have never won one, so I could get into either of them winning. The only decision is which would have the better chance of beating (most likely) the Colts. I'm afraid I'd prefer to see Lord Favregaard in the big game than Brees, who has been known to be inconsistent late in the season; and, it doesn't get any "later in the season" than the SB.
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    Can I say I'm more ticked that Billy created a LOUSY team without real playmakers?
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    the 2009 season was all downhill after the infamous 4th and 2. funny how a call by a ref that could go either way sets a team on a certain direction.
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    As I watch the playoffs move on without us, what's really ticking me off is looking back at 2006 and 2007 when Tommy got a fourth and fifth swing at the Golden Ring and came up short both times; I'm not ticked off at Brady, obviously, but at the fact that opportunities like that are fleeting and rare. He could well get another swing or two, but it would be extraordinary.

    Putting it in perspective, in the SB era, of all the QB's to step between the white lines on Sunday Afternoon, only one, John Elway, got a fifth chance to win a Super Bowl game. Only Terry Bradshaw, Jim Kelly, Joe Montana and Roger Staubach even got to four of them like Brady. Bradshaw and Montana aced the test each time; Staubach aced it twice and Kelly never did.

    And, only Bradshaw (six), John Elway (six) and Montana (seven) have gone to more Conference Championship Games than has Tom Brady (five).

    If you have any doubt about whether Tom Brady will eventually be ranked among the greatest QB's of all time, just think about those stats. He is in the most elite of company and, with a little luck, would have surpassed them all.
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