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So I was lurking a little today (on http://www.patriotsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=65265), and in a discussion on this week's game there was only one Pats fan (midgar8784) who really gave us any credit. He constantly was defending our D, and telling everyone they were crazy to think this game was a slam dunk Patriot win. These comments, in particular, cracked me up though:

"come on folks I can't be worried about one game? Seattle just freaks me out when they play at home....I saw them just take Dallas's manhood when they played them, I have never seen anything like that, it was scary...it was like 2004 Patriots 20-3 playoff game against colts scary."

"They sacked the best Qb in football....8 times...in the first half!"

"I am not so much worried about our D containing their offense, but I just do not see NE moving the ball against them very much...I am not sure how many games you guys have seen of Seattle but its pretty scary and its even more scary when they are at home."

"Seattle rushes the passer as well as any team in football, and I am not sure dropping back that many times is going to work well. In 2006 the vikes were first in the league against the run, which is why we did so much passing that game, they did not have a very good pass rush, but their D line was great and stopping the run. I believe if we try to use that gameplan in this game, I hope Mallet has been watching closely because he is coming in with a confused look on his face in the second quarter after Brady is carried off. "

"i was thinking from a standpoint of matchups, and its not negative, its fear...some games I feel better about than others...I think it was when I watched Seattle take apart Dallas like anything I have ever seen, and yes I know Dallas is not as good as the patriots and all that, but I have never seen a team just flat out own a team that bad and it was more than the score, they beat dallas at every position...they are a different breed at home, its not about the noise, its just odd stuff...hard to explain. If this game were in Foxboro or even a neutral site, I would say, no issue, but they have some kind of force that unleashes at that stadium."

This is one of the other Poster's response:

"You've got to snap out of it, Mid.
I've never seen you be so damn negative before. I wasn't even sure if you were being sarcastic or not, but you've gone right around the bend based on 5 games.
I'm not saying they suck. They don't suck, but that isn't enough of a sample to pull out the completely ridiculous '85 Bears analogy.
Do you not believe in your man? How many "great" defenses has he trashed in his career? He's psyched to be going to play in, I think, the only stadium in the league he hasn't played before. He LIVES for this stuff-- to show people who he is and fly home with his boys like bosses. Like kings.
He's going to walk in there like he owns the joint and the coaching staff will have Pete's bunch checkmated by the end of the first half.
The 'Hawks are nothing more than the latest new kid in town who ends up wondering what happened."
You're welcome."

I have a feeling Mid is going to be able to hand out quite a few "I told you so's come Sunday afternoon.

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Yeah, I hadn't realized the extent of the Brady worship. He's fallen short in two Super Bowls since the Giants figured him out, both times because of pass rush. Which we have.

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I really hope he is carried off the field....

No offense Pats fans. I don't want anyone injured for the long haul, but I do want every one of your players to wish the game was over.

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I wonder if it's the same midgar from the ESPN NFL main board I use to frequent a while back.

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The pass rush better show up this game.


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sam1313 wrote:
I don't want anyone injured for the long haul,


I do, they can start with that smugg jaggoff brady then work their way down the ranks, that dood totally let this game go to his head, he's just like a woman and when he's sacked he's like a little kid, all this playing 10 years in the worst division in all of football. good grief

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The pass rush better show up this game.


That, combined with your avatar is perfect.

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I don't want anyone injured for the long haul,


I do, they can start with that smugg jaggoff brady then work their way down the ranks, that dood totally let this game go to his head, he's just like a woman and when he's sacked he's like a little kid, all this playing 10 years in the worst division in all of football. good grief


Way to represent our great board with class...

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I think Midgar8784 should be given an honorary .Net membership...and quick. Say, cut out the beurocratic channels and go straight to Rock or else i'm affraid it may have to be awarded post mortem. :lol:


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WOW really? Why do people have to get carried off the field to make you happy. I would love to see these types of poeple get off the couch and play ball. Oh ya Tecmo Bowl dont count


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Hopefully no injuries so if we win there are no excuses.

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I think Midgar8784 should be given an honorary .Net membership...and quick. Say, cut out the beurocratic channels and go straight to Rock or else i'm affraid it may have to be awarded post mortem. :lol:


You do NOT want to do that.

AF Hawk is right... same midgar. He can sometimes seem rational, but there are a few things you just do NOT talk to him about. The Patriots and Brady in particular are one thing. The games the Pats played against the Colts (and the Peyton Manning Colts, in particular) over the last decade are another.

If you can get him talking about two teams completely unrelated to the Pats and Colts, he can be civil and lucid for a bit. But he'll eventually steer the conversation around to the Pats and Brady and all hell will break loose.

I've seen it happen on multiple boards.

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I want them all upright and in the same mindset that the Ravens were when they left the Clink last year. I love me some Ray Lewis but he wanted the hell out of town ASAP!


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I don't want anyone injured for the long haul,


I do, they can start with that smugg jaggoff brady then work their way down the ranks, that dood totally let this game go to his head, he's just like a woman and when he's sacked he's like a little kid, all this playing 10 years in the worst division in all of football. good grief


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Good ol Midgar. He's been a staple on the ESPN NFL board for at least 10 years. Decent knowledge but goes irrational crazy sometimes.
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sam1313 wrote:
I don't want anyone injured for the long haul,


I do, they can start with that smugg jaggoff brady then work their way down the ranks, that dood totally let this game go to his head, he's just like a woman and when he's sacked he's like a little kid, all this playing 10 years in the worst division in all of football. good grief


Both of you guys can take this public warning to heart. Don't say you want to see someone injured and expect to be welcome at .NET


i definately don't want to see Brady or anyone else seriously hurt. That's douchebag stuff to say, but... I'd love to see him slobberknocked and slapped around so much on Sunday that he starts hearing the footsteps and dropping to the fetal position once the alarm in his head goes off.

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Please no injuries by either team. That was a classless comment, please disregard

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Yeah, I hadn't realized the extent of the Brady worship. He's fallen short in two Super Bowls since the Giants figured him out, both times because of pass rush. Which we have.


Just how good did it feel to be able to type that part in bold with a straight face and not be laughed out of the room? I always loved the stoutness of the D-line in the running game, but now, with the added dimension of the pass rush we have, they are just phenomenal.

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i definately don't want to see Brady or anyone else seriously hurt. That's douchebag stuff to say, but... I'd love to see him slobberknocked and slapped around so much on Sunday that he starts hearing the footsteps and dropping to the fetal position once the alarm in his head goes off.

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I agree. I don't want to see Brady carted off the field. Rather, I want to see him throwing his "trademarked" temper tantrums and slapping the ground. Way more fun.

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I want to see their pride injured

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I wouldn't mind if he needed a psyche eval after the game but not physical injuries.

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CANHawk wrote:
i definately don't want to see Brady or anyone else seriously hurt. That's douchebag stuff to say, but... I'd love to see him slobberknocked and slapped around so much on Sunday that he starts hearing the footsteps and dropping to the fetal position once the alarm in his head goes off.

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Wow, look at that. He's hearing footsteps and seeing ghosts..... that's hilarious.

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I want to see Brady scream at his line, scream at his WR's, scream at his OC, throw stuff around and then tell Belechick off, and thats just in the first half.

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I want to see Brady scream at his line, scream at his WR's, scream at his OC, throw stuff around and then tell Belechick off, and thats just in the first half.


I want to hear Brady get booed all the way from Boston!! :mrgreen:

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