Torn ACL ends season for Patriots' Brady

Full story: Newsday 20
Numerous reports, which were confirmed last night by Newsday, said Patriots quarterback Tom Brady suffered a season-ending knee injury, a torn left ACL, yesterday in the season opener against the Chiefs. Full Story

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#1 Sep 8, 2008
good
Jets

Rome, Italy

#2 Sep 8, 2008
Great! I wonder if Cassell does great this year and leads the Pats to the Superbowl, would that reveal that Brady is not as great as everyone thinks?

“Eye Smell a Huckster in NH”

Since: May 08

Boston, MA

#3 Sep 8, 2008
It will take time for his replacement to learn to adjust his plays when he gets the stolen defensive signals radioed in from the sidelines.

Karma is a bytch Pats. 18*-1.

Go Big Blue!
NYY

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#4 Sep 8, 2008
Guinness Drinker wrote:
good
second that sentiment. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy, a nicer coach and a nicer organization. I hope that every team that plays them just continues to run up the score week in and week out. It's time for the Patriots to geta taste of their own medicine. In the event anyone has forgotten the Giants started the ball rolling in the Super Bowl

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#5 Sep 8, 2008
NYY wrote:
<quoted text>second that sentiment. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy, a nicer coach and a nicer organization. I hope that every team that plays them just continues to run up the score week in and week out. It's time for the Patriots to geta taste of their own medicine. In the event anyone has forgotten the Giants started the ball rolling in the Super Bowl
I'm a Jets fan and I won't forget what the Giants did. NE went 0-4 in the preseason and Brady saw limited action; I think he got hurt in the SB and the effects were still lingering.
Iceman

Washington, DC

#6 Sep 8, 2008
Ok, I hate the Rats just as much as the next guy, but to be happy a guy blew out his knee is ridiculous.

But to see Moss say it was a dirty play. I played football through college and have been around it my entire life. That play was not dirty. If you watch, the defender was just tackled by a blocker, and his only play is to lunge at Brady, hence you get Brady's leg. Now Samuels tackle on Kiwanuka on the last play of Thursday's game, that was a dirty play.

“Eye Smell a Huckster in NH”

Since: May 08

Boston, MA

#7 Sep 8, 2008
Iceman wrote:
Ok, I hate the Rats just as much as the next guy, but to be happy a guy blew out his knee is ridiculous.
But to see Moss say it was a dirty play. I played football through college and have been around it my entire life. That play was not dirty. If you watch, the defender was just tackled by a blocker, and his only play is to lunge at Brady, hence you get Brady's leg. Now Samuels tackle on Kiwanuka on the last play of Thursday's game, that was a dirty play.
I agree. Though I hate to admit it, up here in Pat's territory, there is very little complaining about an illegal hit.

Bellicheat will now have a chance to display his "genius." Or lack thereof....
Pamela

Smithtown, NY

#8 Sep 8, 2008
I hope Bridget is getting a kick out of this - I know I would!
NYERNFLA

Irving, TX

#9 Sep 8, 2008
To the cheaters in Beantown, this is what can happen when you don't know what the defense is going to do b4 the play happens, choke on it Belicheat, limp on it Brady, GREAT day to be a Jets fan.
Pats blow

Mineola, NY

#10 Sep 8, 2008
NYERNFLA wrote:
To the cheaters in Beantown, this is what can happen when you don't know what the defense is going to do b4 the play happens, choke on it Belicheat, limp on it Brady, GREAT day to be a Jets fan.
I tore my patella tendon earlier this year, and that was the worst pain I have ever felt by a mile. I just hope he feels even more pain.

I hate that pretty boy beeeyatch, I think he is better looking than his g/f model. He has much softer features.

The division is up for grabs, but one thing is for sure...No more spoiled bbbbbitch Pat fans who thinks everything is owed to them. But beware..Bitchicek is a cheater, and I am sure he will find a way to pull out games..maybe by bribing the refs..oh sorry, he already did that!!
Pats blow

Mineola, NY

#11 Sep 8, 2008
Memo to low-life Pats fans:

It's all over..the season ended for you the same day it started. Prepare to be embarrassed mightily on Sunday, where I predict a 37-3 rout of your Pats, and this shows the world that without Fancy-boy Brady, and without cheating (no more sideline taping), you are all mediocre junk. I hope you and your low-life organization get set back to pre-bledsoe years, where 2-14 and 1-15 will be the norm. Bye Bye Bbbbbbitches!
reality

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Sep 8, 2008
Here's an interesting thought (outside of 'reality'):

The Madden Curse may have been lifted (or at least "shifted")!!!!!

Dig this.....if you believe in the Madden Curse, then you have to believe this is possible.......the trade of Brett FaRVe to the Jets has somehow (and only in the twisted world where this could happen) shifted the Madden Curse from FaRVe to Brady. Here are a few points that support my (ridiculous) claim:

- only FaRVe could pull this off (i.e. 250something straight starts)
- FaRVe is wearing a different jersey on the cover of Madden than the team he is playing for (i think they may have re-released the cover w him in a jets jersey, but i could be wrong)
- if a curse akin to this was going to be broken/altered/whatever, it would have to involve New York & Boston
- only the J-E-T-S could pull this off

This is ridiculous, but WTF!
NYY

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#14 Sep 8, 2008
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy, a nicer coach and a nicer organization. I hope that every team that plays them just continues to run up the score week in and week out. It's time for the Patriots to geta taste of their own medicine.
NYERNFLA

Irving, TX

#15 Sep 8, 2008
They about run Belicheat out of Cleveland on a rail, he goes to NE, becomes a genius (???), gets caught cheating(at work and at home) can't take pictures of the opponent any more, then Tom Whiney gets rushed & is out for the year, hmmmmmmmmmm, GREAT day to be a Jets fan.
Dave

Walpole, MA

#16 Sep 8, 2008
Yeah I guess cheaters get what's coming to them--like the steroid infested Yankees.$200 million payroll and 10 games out. Nice!!!!

“Eye Smell a Huckster in NH”

Since: May 08

Boston, MA

#17 Sep 8, 2008
Dave wrote:
Yeah I guess cheaters get what's coming to them--like the steroid infested Yankees.$200 million payroll and 10 games out. Nice!!!!
Well, the Yankee$ play within the rules (A-rods little bytch slap last year is an exception)-- they just suck at it, and now Hank will go crazy.

The Patriots are admitted cheaters, and now the karma has got them. Beli-cheat deserves to lose. He should have been banned from the league, but the NFL did a bogus investigation because they didn't want to harm the leagues image.

They won each superbowl by three points, and they had the other teams defensive and offensive signals which they relayed from the bench to the field. Without the cheating, they might not have won anything.

“Trying is...”

Since: Feb 08

the first step towards failure

#19 Sep 8, 2008
Wilhelm Canaris Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree. Though I hate to admit it, up here in Pat's territory, there is very little complaining about an illegal hit.
Bellicheat will now have a chance to display his "genius." Or lack thereof....
Although the pats have a pretty easy schedule overall (Jets twice, Miami twice, St. Louis, San Fran), however they do have Buffalo twice, and play Indy, San Diego, and Pittsburgh (could be 5 losses right there). And, I wouldn't be shocked if they split their matches with the Jets and Miami. I'll be suprised if they make it to the playoffs.

“Eye Smell a Huckster in NH”

Since: May 08

Boston, MA

#20 Sep 8, 2008
Al Kahalik wrote:
<quoted text>
Although the pats have a pretty easy schedule overall (Jets twice, Miami twice, St. Louis, San Fran), however they do have Buffalo twice, and play Indy, San Diego, and Pittsburgh (could be 5 losses right there). And, I wouldn't be shocked if they split their matches with the Jets and Miami. I'll be suprised if they make it to the playoffs.
Agree that the playoff road may be difficult. I'm a Giants fan, but I don't think the Jets are necessarily an easy win this year. I hope the Jets stomp them next week, and Farvre throws for 250 yards. I can't stand Belicheat....

“Trying is...”

Since: Feb 08

the first step towards failure

#21 Sep 8, 2008
Wilhelm Canaris Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree that the playoff road may be difficult. I'm a Giants fan, but I don't think the Jets are necessarily an easy win this year. I hope the Jets stomp them next week, and Farvre throws for 250 yards. I can't stand Belicheat....
I think the Pats will have their hands full this Sunday...

“Eye Smell a Huckster in NH”

Since: May 08

Boston, MA

#22 Sep 8, 2008
Al Kahalik wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the Pats will have their hands full this Sunday...
Do you think Belicheat will shove reporters out of the way again after the game? I think it might be a Belicheat/New England Cheetah tradition.

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