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Old 01-11-2015, 05:52 AM
 
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credit brady for this win...

brady's run into the endzone got the team hyped up and set the tone that anything can happen..

officiating sucked- gronk was held with both arms by a defender and not called on a big play, and browner was called on a stupid penalty taking back a one yard and goal..

im glad the pats played the ravens, if they won easily on another team, they may not be ready for next week, after the ravens, they should have confidence they can beat anyone...

seattles defense is the best in the game and can stop any team,,,but brady proved yesterday he can pass quickly, nullifying the pass rush

ravens played great yesterday, they have nothing to be ashamed about
the announcer said flacco played the best game of his career

brady was lead rusher for the patriots in second half......lol

it was a shoot out -but patriots has some decent receivers

I hope its 10 below zero next week if they are playing the broncos
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Old 01-11-2015, 06:01 AM
 
Location: Amelia Island
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Great game.......as always the case my blood pressure and heart rate were up as with the Pats it almost always goes down to the last few seconds of the game.

Exceptional game played by both teams.......next weeks game of either the Colts or Bronco's will most likely send me over the edge!!
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Old 01-11-2015, 06:15 AM
 
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DA show begins when Brady gets angry .
brady plays his best when he gets angry and competitive- being the team leader, the team follows, I love seeing brady hollering and screaming!!

before every game,,,someone should kick brady in the nuts,,,,to pyss him off

if brady goes in too complacent or mechanical, the whole team gets complacent


great win last night!!!

they needed to win over the ravens,,,,now they feel they can play anyone!!


brady was lead rusher in second half???lol


I hope they play gray next week to get a rushing game going

also ravens exposed pats defensive weakness- the 7-12 yard pass ...pats play a zone defense that sacrifices too much

also I hope pats work on a blitz more
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Old 01-11-2015, 06:17 AM
 
Location: Northville, MI
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brady plays his best when he gets angry and competitive- being the team leader, the team follows, I love seeing brady hollering and screaming!!

before every game,,,someone should kick brady in the nuts,,,,to pyss him off

if brady goes in too complacent or mechanical, the whole team gets complacent


great win last night!!!

they needed to win over the ravens,,,,now they feel they can play anyone!!


brady was lead rusher in second half???lol
Haha, so true man.
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Old 01-11-2015, 08:25 AM
 
Location: Atlanta
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I think the Pats can and should beat either the Broncos or Colts. Of course, you never know until they play the game but I have a feeling the Pats are headed for their 6th Super Bowl and I may be wrong but I am pretty sure what is a record for a coach and or QB.

I don't feel as confident the Pats can handle any of the remaining NFC teams but I think Pats fans would probably feel better playing the Cowboys over either the Pack or Seattle but I could be wrong.
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Old 01-11-2015, 08:38 AM
 
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As a Pats fan, there isn't much more I could ask for. This will be the ninth time the Pats in the Brady/Belichick era get to the AFC Championship game. They've already been to five Superbowls. All fans know about parity, and what the Pats have done in this era as a dynasty may (just for arguments sake) be the best dynasty of all given the fact that as compared to the dynasty's of past there weren't players and coaches swapping teams every year due to salary cap etc. To be so dominant in this league is purely amazing. Plus, do have watched arguably one of the best QB's and best coach ever, and undeniably THE best coach/QB tandem of all time has been special.

Winning this game really shows the grit and genius of this organization. Stretching the rule book was amazing, and Harbaugh is just a whiner. The Ravens had two 14-point leads they couldn't hold against a team that couldn't run for squat. Brady wants this so bad this year, and as a Pats fan, I just want him to get his 4th to shut the rest of the world up. It's ridiculous after all he's done that people still think he needs a 4th SB to prove something.

I will admit that IF Seattle gets to the dance again, their defense looks quite amazing, and their offense with Mr. Smooth (Wilson) is nothing to sneeze at.

I really believe this is the year for the Pats and Brady, with all of this dominance over the past decade+ to bring the Lombardi trophy home.
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Old 01-11-2015, 09:10 AM
 
Location: Type 0.7 Kardashev
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As a Pats fan, there isn't much more I could ask for. This will be the ninth time the Pats in the Brady/Belichick era get to the AFC Championship game. They've already been to five Superbowls. All fans know about parity, and what the Pats have done in this era as a dynasty may (just for arguments sake) be the best dynasty of all given the fact that as compared to the dynasty's of past there weren't players and coaches swapping teams every year due to salary cap etc. To be so dominant in this league is purely amazing. Plus, do have watched arguably one of the best QB's and best coach ever, and undeniably THE best coach/QB tandem of all time has been special.
Brady's ninth start in a conference championship will extend his own NFL record, ahead of Joe Montana in second place with seven. Elway, Bradshaw and Staubach each have six such starts. Among other active players, Roethlisberger and Manning (prior to this season) each have four conference championship game starts so far.

Then there's Brady's postseason wins as a starting quarterback record - 19, three ahead of, again, Joe Montana. In case anyone is wondering, Manning is at 11 before today's game.

The Patriots four consecutive conference championship game appearances is not a record, but it's close - the Raiders went to five in a row in the 1970s. Other teams to go to four in a row are Dallas (twice), Buffalo, San Francisco, and Philadelphia.

Nine conference championship games in fourteen seasons is impressive, but Dallas managed to top it by going to ten of the first thirteen NFC championship games played.

If the Patriots win and go to the Super Bowl, they will play in six Super Bowls over fourteen seasons - breaking their own record of going to six Super Bowls in sixteen seasons (between 1996 and 2011).

Then there's Belichek and the postseason coaching record he now shares with Tom Landry, as well as the possibility of tying Shula for the most Super Bowls coached with six.

As you indicate, the consistent level of success - fourteen consecutive winning seasons, eleven division championships in twelve seasons, five Super Bowl appearances, nine conference championship games, the undefeated regular season - in any era would be impressive. In the free agency era, it stands out even more.
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Old 01-11-2015, 01:37 PM
 
Location: The 719
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probably, but I think Seattle will have something to say about this. They look incredible. They are amazingly fast on defense and Russell Wilson looks somewhat like Oregon Ducks Marcus Mariota (the magic Play maker).
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Broncos will JUST pass the Colts. Pats will annihilate the Broncos (sadly). Seattle will edge out the Pats and Peyton will play one more year and hang it up no matter what happens.
If the Broncos beat the Colts today, then we can hear all week about how the Pats will win in Foxboro.

If not, then we can hear about the Changing of the Guard... the Passing of the Torch so to speak.

But I'm sure the Patriots fans in here are like me with my Broncos. Anything less than a Superbowl win is unacceptable.

But go ahead and stir the pot in the Broncos and Patriots threads. After today, you might have a new bandwagon to jump on if the Cowboys and Colts win.
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Old 01-11-2015, 02:29 PM
 
Location: Charlotte,NC, US, North America, Earth, Alpha Quadrant,Milky Way Galaxy
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Brady being the leading Rusher. That's a nice novelty but what happened to the running game? Hopefully it's turned up next week.
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Old 01-11-2015, 03:09 PM
 
Location: SWFL
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If the Broncos beat the Colts today, then we can hear all week about how the Pats will win in Foxboro.

If not, then we can hear about the Changing of the Guard... the Passing of the Torch so to speak.

But I'm sure the Patriots fans in here are like me with my Broncos. Anything less than a Superbowl win is unacceptable.

But go ahead and stir the pot in the Broncos and Patriots threads. After today, you might have a new bandwagon to jump on if the Cowboys and Colts win.
Nah, Pats will still win.
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