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@Ironhead334 I don't know why more people don't utilize it. Sincerely.

@GR365patriot I don't love him in this. Only if Hightower is hurt.

The @RamsNFL are still putting together their offensive staff, but Skip Peete is staying with the team as running backs coach.

Probably that he was released while injured

@DanWoods19 Hahahaha. Never, my man. We've been good from way back.

Also, the mute button appeals to the self-involved narcissist in me. "I disagree with you, but I really can't deny you my genius."

"Scream into the wind, little sparrow. Scream all you want. No one can hear you."

Go back & forth on block vs. mute button. Block is so final, but mute can be so much more satisfying.

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Tom Brady Sr. ‘could care less’ that Roger Goodell won’t be at AFC championship via @WEEI

The Steelers haven't lost since Nov. 13th. The Patriots haven't lost since ... Nov. 13th. Someone's losing tomorrow.

@eddiewyt @MattyLitchh @MarkDanielsPJ respectfully, I'll disagree. You ever seen them practice?

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Parking/Tailgating Question

Discussion in 'Patriots Fan Tailgate Meet Ups' started by tatepatsfan, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. tatepatsfan

    tatepatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    Although I go to one Pats game a year, I haven't parked there in quite a while (fiancee lives 10 minutes so she gives me and the guys a ride). What time to the lots along Route 1 open up? We are hoping to tailgate as early as possible. I prefer to not use stadium parking.

    Thanks in advance
  2. SmokeShowin

    SmokeShowin Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    4 hours before game time. So 9am for a 1pm kickoff.
  3. telcogirl

    telcogirl Rookie

    Stadium lots open at 9am, but we always see lots at The End Zone already in full tailgate when we are on our way in.......they might open earlier........
  4. I always show up at the earliest 4hrs before the game. Sometimes there is an open stadium lot, sometimes there is a line. There's usually plenty of non-stadium lots open though.
  5. zasw

    zasw Rookie

    i showed up once 30 min before kickoff and it was the biggest mistake of my life(as far as football goes)
  6. Nikolai

    Nikolai Football Atheist Supporter

    For 1pm games, we usually roll in at 10am and we're pretty satisfied.
  7. UWCheesehead

    UWCheesehead Rookie

    I've heard Rodman Ford is a good place to park.
  8. patriots54

    patriots54 Rookie

    I think they open 4 hours before kick.
  9. The Brandon Five

    The Brandon Five Supporter Supporter

    We park at the lot behind the "Seasonal Specialty Store" on the corner of Pine Street and Route 1. It is always "open" because it is a strip-mall type of place. We actually got there so early for the Monday night Bills game last year that no one was there collecting money yet. Parked for free!
  10. Steve:Section 102

    Steve:Section 102 Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    We park in lot 11. It's usually easy in, reasonable out, considering the poor access on route 1. Lot's of space to tailgate.
  11. We-Got-Bingo

    We-Got-Bingo Rookie

    4 hours brother
  12. pencilneckgeek

    pencilneckgeek Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Can you get there by driving down Pine Street from 115 to avoid the long haul down Rt. 1, or is that one of the many gameday road closures?
  13. The Brandon Five

    The Brandon Five Supporter Supporter

    Already answered in a PM, but for the benefit of others:

    Yup, take 1A to 115 to Pine St. Same thing on the way out. If the lot is full there are a few residences along the street where you can park as well...or you can try to grab a spot at the Lafayette House (assuming that they have a few no-shows...but it takes a lot longer to get out of there).
  14. trickmark79

    trickmark79 Rookie

    i cant make my own forum yet but me and my brother are coming up from nova scotia, canada for our first nfl game for the pats against the colts and want to get in on the tailgaiting but have no idea what to do, we will not have a vehicle so would like some advice or an invite to someones tailgate party! thanks
  15. CyYoung

    CyYoung Rookie

    Hey guys, I'm from Quebec City, Canada and I'm coming to the game on saturday with a bunch of friends.

    I'd like to know at what time I should show up to the game to have a nice tailgating spot at a walking distance from the stadium. Tailgate is a big part of our trip so we don't want to miss it.

    We normally arrive something like 6 hours before the game, would 2 pm do it or should be arrive sooner.

    Thanks guys
  16. The Brandon Five

    The Brandon Five Supporter Supporter

    It is going to get cold (high of 34 and overnight low of 15), so you might want to limit yourself to four hours. As others have noted, the Patriots lots open four hours before kickoff (4 PM in this case). Private lots open earlier (or as noted in my earlier post are just plain open since they are lots for retail shops). How far is walking distance for you and your crew? We walk about a mile.

    PM me if you want to join us.
  17. CyYoung

    CyYoung Rookie

    It seems like I can't send a PM since I don't have enough posts.

    Walking a mile is not a problem. We're a young group.

    The reason why we want to tailgate for that long is because the closest NFL team is 7 hours from Quebec City and we rarely get a chance to go to one, but I guess you're right that with cold, 4 hours would be plenty.

    You're tailgating in a private lot? PM me to give me more info. Then maybe I'll be able to answer.
  18. CyYoung

    CyYoung Rookie

    I can't even answer your PM

    We're coming by car from Quebec but we'll go to our hotel before, which is in Brockton, east to the stadium
  19. Goonie78

    Goonie78 Rookie

    This might be a noob question, but can you tailgate in Gillette Stadium without tickets? From what I read in these forums it seems possible, but on the official Gillette Stadium website FAQs it says only ticket holders are allowed to park on the grounds. I have never been tailgating but want to next weekend. Thanks in advance!
  20. Dufflebagz

    Dufflebagz 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    I haven't parked in the stadium lots in sooo long, so I couldn't tell you. I can tell you that you can park at any private lot and a lot of them have an atmosphere as good as the stadium lots.

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