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When does the Brian Hoyer Experience begin in the Miami game?

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  1. Hoyer starts

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  2. Doesn't start, comes in before halftime

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  3. Third quarter

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  4. Fourth quarter

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  5. Hoyer doesn't play at all

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  1. ctpatsfan77

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    Place your 'bets'! :)
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    I think we will toss up some points with Brady just to get him in the game, then we will send Hoyer in, most likely before halftime.
  3. Nikolai

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    Midway through the third quarter. If he lets the game get within 21 points, TFB comes back in to mop up. ;)
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    I voted for the 3rd quarter, but I hope that it'll be before that.
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    start of the fourth much like the 3rd preseason game
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    I hope he starts in the 2nd half because that means the game is well in hand and Brady is being preserved from injury. But my gut tells me that Brady won't be pulled until the 4th quarter.
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    Brady gets 2 series in the 2nd half which could end in the 3rd or 4th quarter.
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    also my opinion.
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    In the 4th quarter, with a comfortable lead.
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    I'm hoping to get a good, long look at Hoyer so I hope he comes in before the half.

    And the reason that I quoted your post in particular is because I'm new here and I would really like to know what TFB stands for? I know it must have something to do with Brady but I understood his name is Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr.

    Does the F stand for what I'm thinking it stands for? :blush:
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    Doesn't sound as fun as the Michael Vick experience...I always wanted them to make that ride.
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    If Brady was 99.9% healthy, I'd say after 1/2 time but with the foot still ailing him, I say BH comes in after 2-3 series.
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    Yup... That's exactly what F stands for... Fckuing...
    Tom Fckuing Brady... :p
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    brings a smile to my face every time i say it


    TFB
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    What's interesting is that it's said in a very upbeat, positive way. Unlike Bucky F-ing Dent. :p

    That's why the F-word is the most extensible word in the English language. 100's different meanings in a sentence or how you say it.
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    Yeah, I thought so. The confirmation still made me LOL :D
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    TFB!

    Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooot!
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    Is this the first time a star player has had a "nickname" that is for lack of a better phrase a "bad word" haha?? I know it isnt really national amongst non Pats fans but still.. its awesome that TFB is acceptable within Patriots fans community. Thanks Fitzy.
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    I say Brady starts and then plays the first series of the 3rd quarter, and Hoyer goes in afterward. I guess it all depends on Tom's foot or whatever other injury he needs to heal up.
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    Not soon enough.... :D

    Realistically. The third.
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