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Which 2021 "$%!$ you, we're the Patriots" game was best?

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Which of these games was your favorite?


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ctpatsfan77

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As someone on Reddit said about the Bears-Patriots game in 2014:

Ah. We've arrived at this year's "F—k you we're the Patriots" game.

This year, we were treated to three games where the Pats put up a 40 (or 50) burger, and won by 3+ TDs. Which one was your favorite?
 

DaBruinz

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I heard it announced that prior to today, no team had put up TWO 50 point games in a single season (not sure how true this is).

I'm curious if there's ever been a season where a team put up Multiple 38+ point wins in the same season..
 

ctpatsfan77

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I heard it announced that prior to today, no team had put up TWO 50 point games in a single season (not sure how true this is).

I'm curious if there's ever been a season where a team put up Multiple 38+ point wins in the same season..
Pats have done it 3x under Belichick.

But I think Jones is the first rookie to do it (at home, at least).
 

jmt57

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This may sound a little odd now considering how the season has played out, but my first thought was the Cleveland game.

Up until that point the only win against a decent team was two weeks prior, a 3-point win against the Chargers. About the best the national media was saying (in a condescending way) was that the rebuild was going well, with the Patriots 'holding their own' against good teams in close losses.

While the Browns were only 5-4 at the time, they could have easily been 8-2 - and were just coming off a complete annihilation of the Bengals, 41-16 on the road at Cincinnati. The Patriots completely dominated on both sides of the ball after the opening drive, for their fourth win in a row.


Of course a 50-burger against the Jets is always fun, too.
 

Rob0729

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I like watching the Jets suffer especially since Jets fans sat at home wondering if their team selected the wrong QB. But if it wasn't the Jets, I wouldn't have really enjoyed that game.

But I typically hate blowouts against bad teams. They are a bit boring. I barely invested in yesterday's game since the Jags suck so bad. I would rather see a close win against a good team than a blow out against a bad team.
 

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I heard it announced that prior to today, no team had put up TWO 50 point games in a single season (not sure how true this is).
Pats have done it 3x under Belichick.
And in '79 under Ron Erhardt
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Of course a 50-burger against the Jets is always fun, too.
While I would of course enjoy a third 50-burger Sunday afternoon in Miami, I feel there's a cumulative limit to how much scoring a team does over a period of time

We will need all the points we can get in the playoffs
 

Mike the Brit

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This may sound a little odd now considering how the season has played out, but my first thought was the Cleveland game.

Up until that point the only win against a decent team was two weeks prior, a 3-point win against the Chargers. About the best the national media was saying (in a condescending way) was that the rebuild was going well, with the Patriots 'holding their own' against good teams in close losses.

While the Browns were only 5-4 at the time, they could have easily been 8-2 - and were just coming off a complete annihilation of the Bengals, 41-16 on the road at Cincinnati. The Patriots completely dominated on both sides of the ball after the opening drive, for their fourth win in a row.


Of course a 50-burger against the Jets is always fun, too.

You make some excellent points but you don't mention that the Cleveland game had Mike the Brit in the 300s yelling like a lunatic. I think that closes the case. (I was at the Chicago game in 2014 too. Just sayin'.)
 

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