Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by TommyBrady12, Jan 17, 2016.
How are your jets these days?
Usually the better team wins, and I think the pats are top to bottom better than the broncos as they are currently built. Thats one thing you can't change about the game. Usually with manning vs brady, the winner is the one who is playing better going into the game. Home field does matter, and I'm sure Manning and co will be pumped especially since they are underdogs. The pats have to match their intensity and go from there. I just think we are all around better at the moment.
I actually do not care either way. I was just posting in the moment on a lark as I am wont to do every now and then
And it is rather obvious that you are a fan of another team, so I fail to see how this is immature from my end.
Moreover, I made no prediction with my post, as far as I am concerned.
Unless, of course, you can pinpoint exactly where and when I made a definitive prediction about the outcome of today's AFC game... Let alone the AFCCG/Super Bowl? (hint: nowhere/at no time)
If you want to talk about histories. Look at Brady's history vs. Wade Phillips' defenses. He usually picks them apart. Even in the game in Denver this year, he passed for 280 yards, 3 TDs, and 0 INTs with no Edelman, no Amendola, and Gronk going out in the fourth quarter. Hell, Scott Chandler caught 5 passes for 58 yards and a TD.
Sure playing at home would have been better, but let's stop overhyping that the Pats can't win in Denver. The Pats are undefeated with Edelman in the line up and Brady feasts on Wade Phillips defenses.
For those of you that watched the Denver game, I have a question.. How was the officiating in the 4th quarter??
no call...you judge
That receiver has his hand on the defenders shoulder and is pushing off
*smh* why do I have the feeling that the Commish's office is going to screw the Pats and whomever is in the SB so that Manning can "go out on top" the same way that Ray Lewis did?
Do the Steelers win that game with brown or Williams playing?
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I do. However Manning is soooo bad now that I don't think it's possible. They will try and I give you that if the Pats get ahead there will be a drive that multiple flags continue it for the Donkeys. Bank it.
without watching the game again, thinking back, it seemed pitt had multiple big plays with wrs running free in the secondary...and this without Brown. This is why I feared them the most.
Make sure you all remember to sync your game with 98.5. I can only imagine the kinds of things Simms and Nance will be saying about Manning and they'll be talking about all the things DEN must do to beat NE but not the other way around. The world is scared sh*tless that NE will win another SB and they don't want to see it. It's not just because of their visceral hate only. It's because they're running out of reasons and excuses. They're not taping people anymore, the balls have all been properly inflated and inspected, the headset thing is happening everywhere and other myths have all been dismissed as silly anecdotes. What will be the reason they won it this time, if that's what happens?
Anyway, I'm not looking past DEN, especially not at Mile High. This is what I was afraid would happen when we lost to MIA. I think that's what makes the injuries to the whole LB corp. scary to me. There is NO WAY BB could have known they'd get hurt, but it's also why his personnel choices the last few games was questionable if HFA didn't matter to the team. Anyway, I am still very confident based on what I saw in both games. Manning has no zip, people. He throws his body into every throw and it's never guaranteed it will get there. That didn't change even though they saved him for the whole second half of the season JUST so he could be playing effectively now . . . at least that was the theory. He looked like the same washed up QB to me.
And the ref is looking right at them!
Textbook dpi, the ref was looking but what is he seeing? If they allow that against our recievers we are in trouble.
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