Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by TommyBrady12, Jan 13, 2020.
Wait a sec ....is Josh McD helping out as OC today?!.....sh-tty play call
For me, I'd like to say one day that the Patriots have the most SB titles of any franchise. If the Brady/ BB successors are at least somewhat successful they should hopefully be able to add to the 6 down the road. Therefore I root against Pitt/SF /Dallas/etc to help the chances of putting us / keeping us ahead of those teams.
You can't tell. Experience counts and I think the Pack will remember the stinker from last time and will want to put on a better show.
Also, the NFL will want a Pack/Chiefs SB.
Looks like Aaron isn’t taking any risks on his INT free streak today.
GB moved the ball well on that first drive. There's hope.
Why does the NFL want Pack /Chiefs?
SF/ Bay Area is the 6th largest TV market.
Not sure if it’s because of the play on the field this year, or because I’m still sour the Pats are out of it. But, these final four are pretty underwhelming. Will wait and see who wins, but would probably take most runner ups/SB champs in recent years over any of these four. Oh well.
Deebo, another rookie that is doing well
Hope for what?
Samuel could have scored if he didn't stumble on his own feet
Gotta love Samuel.
I’m so glad we have Harry instead of Samuel
said nobody ever
Deebo Samuel has been doing that all year, wish a player like that was available for us when we picked in the draft....
i kid... i kid... but really
Liking SF offense so far
How many rookie receivers are making big impacts in the playoffs? That’s like 1000X more frustrating to me than Jimmy G. At least we knew the trade-off there.
Woah he's got some wheels
Apparently Samuel didn't get the memo from Patsfans homers that it takes 3 years for a rookie WR to help a team.
What an amazing rookie WR class, Samuels, both Browns, Metcalf, too bad the Pats didn’t grab one of them.
Everyday, Harry is a bigger and bigger disappointment.
And Jimmy throws a TD
great drive for San Fran
I love Kyle Shanahan’s playcalling.
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