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Colts: Up by 19 in 4th and throwing...

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  1. Bo0MeR

    Bo0MeR Banned

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    LOL Priceless thread Pat Fans! Got anything to say about it now? Many gems posted here
     
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    Can somebody give me a rim shot here? Using one of your own threads from last year to criticize Manning and the Colts then rationalizing your own situation this year. Priceless - just priceless.
     
  3. Deus Irae

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    Not really. As usual, you take half a loaf and claim you've found a bakery. The Patriots only 'threw' for one score out of 3 in the second half (the 4th 2nd half td was a defensive score). One 'and goal' situation had Brady run it himself, one had Cassel run it in and one was the pass to Welker. Frankly, I think the pass to Welker was uncalled for and probably crossed the line, but you're acting as if you have a smoking gun when you don't.
     
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    Ummm, no. BOTH SIDES of their mouth. In '06(or ANY OTHER YEAR), BAAADDDD. Colts are running it up. In '07, with Brady re-entering a game, or scoring with 20 seconds to go, or throwing at 38-0, GOOOOD.

    It's a double standard that was started HERE.
     
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    Uhhh, Colts trolls need to use this as a mirror as well. If what the Pats are doing now bothers you, what the Colts have done in the past should as well. Both teams are guilty of playing the game for sixty minutes :)rolleyes:) so don't come here acting all high and mighty as if your team would never do such a thing.
     
  6. Deus Irae

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    Nonsense. You responded to a post you quoted, and your response was wrong for the quote.


    P.S. Things like this are what make you a troll.
     
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    Let me make sure I'm understanding you. Are you saying that when the Colts beat the Redskins last year it was running up the score, but this year with the Patriots it is something else? Or what other point are you trying to make here?
     
  8. Deus Irae

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    His gripe/attack was wrong in the context of the post he quoted, as I pointed out in my response. I have no problem with pointing out past inconsistency/hypocrisy if it's valid. It wasn't in that case. If you trolls are going to play "Gotcha!", at least have the brains to choose the right quotes to do it to.
     
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    I was just trying to figure out your point. I was posting my question when you replied to He Ban Me. I respect the Patriots and all they have done. I've been here a while, always with my hat in hand when it comes to the team you root for.

    I still think it is funny seeing the threads here, bashing the Colts for years for "running up the score", then defending the Patriots when they clobber other teams.

    I don't have a problem with either team scoring as many points as they can. I agree that it is the Offense's job to score points and the Defense's job to stop teams from scoring points. The Colts let up when they were at the top of their offensive game and stunk turning the heat back up.
     
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    I think you take your foot off the throat of you opponent once he's 'dead'. I also think 'dead' takes longer now than it used to be because of rules changes and the like, which is why I have no problem with keeping your starting QB on the field into the 4th quarter. I didn't like seeing Brady passing for that TD, although my guess is that a) the Redskins wouldn't have stopped the run anyway, and b) it was to keep the 3 passing TDs per game streak alive rather than to rub it in.
     
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