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Old 12-04-2012, 11:28 AM
 
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Wait, so the Texans beat the Lions and they're chopped liver but the Patriots losing to the almighty Cardinals at home is okay? I wouldn't rely on previous games in the NFL. This should be a good game and the Patriots need it more if they want to get Home Field thru the Playoffs.

 
Old 12-04-2012, 11:31 AM
 
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Also the Texans were beat on Turkey day by the Lions and struggled with the Jags the week before. I like how you left those two games out

I like how you can't even get it right. 2 games in 5 days, both going to OT and winning both. I'll take that.
 
Old 12-04-2012, 12:01 PM
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I like how you can't even get it right. 2 games in 5 days, both going to OT and winning both. I'll take that.

The Texans stole the Lions game because of that bogus TD. Before that controversial TD anyone with 20/20 vision could see that the Texans were going to lose the game.
 
Old 12-04-2012, 03:00 PM
 
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Wait, so the Texans beat the Lions and they're chopped liver but the Patriots losing to the almighty Cardinals at home is okay? I wouldn't rely on previous games in the NFL. This should be a good game and the Patriots need it more if they want to get Home Field thru the Playoffs.
Lol, you know haters gone hate
 
Old 12-04-2012, 07:20 PM
 
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And based on how the Texans played in Detroit they will definitely have something waiting for them in New England next Monday Night
you are acting like Detroit has been blown out all season.
They lost to the

Bears by 5
Vikings by 7
Packers by 4
Texans by 3
Colts by 2
49ers by 8

Detroit has had a really tough Schedule and have been unable to seal the deal.

also you are forgetting that Detroit beat Seattle who beat your Patriots.

Yes The Texans will find some thing in NE alright-> a team full of itself who runs up points against struggling teams
 
Old 12-04-2012, 07:26 PM
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you are acting like Detroit has been blown out all season.
They lost to the

Bears by 5
Vikings by 7
Packers by 4
Texans by 3
Colts by 2
49ers by 8

Detroit has had a really tough Schedule and have been unable to seal the deal.

also you are forgetting that Detroit beat Seattle who beat your Patriots.

Yes The Texans will find some thing in NE alright-> a team full of itself who runs up points against struggling teams


I believe in Mr. Brady and he will rise to the occasion since the game is at home on a Monday Night against a AFC team with the best record in the league. Can't wait
 
Old 12-04-2012, 07:50 PM
 
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The Texans stole the Lions game because of that bogus TD. Before that controversial TD anyone with 20/20 vision could see that the Texans were going to lose the game.

Really? It was halfway through the 3rd when he got the TD. The game was far from over. Go ask Luck if the game against Detroit was over last week with 7 minutes to go in the GAME.


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I believe in Mr. Brady and he will rise to the occasion since the game is at home on a Monday Night against a AFC team with the best record in the league. Can't wait

lol
 
Old 12-04-2012, 07:52 PM
 
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I believe in Mr. Brady and he will rise to the occasion since the game is at home on a Monday Night against a AFC team with the best record in the league. Can't wait
the Arizona game was at home too
 
Old 12-04-2012, 08:43 PM
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the Arizona game was at home too

That game was in September and I been watching football long enough to know that whatever happens in September means nothing.


How do i know? because those same cardinals have not won a game since September and currently on a 8 game losing streak and sit at 4-8

(mod edit-I can see where this thread is going. It's now closed.)

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