Brady, Pats unstoppable

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If the New England Patriots needed a reminder of what it will take to finish a perfect season, Tom Brady provided it with another record-setting performance.
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Sparky

Baltimore, MD

#1 Jan 13, 2008
The key to the success of New England seems to be the offensive line , which gives Brady as much time as I have ever seen a quarterback get to pick out his receiver and for the reciever to get open. How would Brady do with our offensive line in fornt of him? Not well, I'm sure.
I hope to see them break the record for a undefeated season. I think the Colts have the best shot at an upset, but its going to be next to impossible to beat the Patriots at home.
Rich

United States

#2 Jan 13, 2008
Sparky wrote:
The key to the success of New England seems to be the offensive line , which gives Brady as much time as I have ever seen a quarterback get to pick out his receiver and for the reciever to get open. How would Brady do with our offensive line in fornt of him? Not well, I'm sure.
I hope to see them break the record for a undefeated season. I think the Colts have the best shot at an upset, but its going to be next to impossible to beat the Patriots at home.
I am with you. I also hope the Patriots go all the way. They deserve it with 5 championships and 3 Superbowls in the last 7 years and now to be undefeated. I've got news - Manning can not play any better than Garrard did last night. And he's not nearly as mobile. Jacksonville had to play a perfect game last night and except for 2 dropped passes they did. Jacksonville played a great game. The Pats had to play Jacksonville game. Still the Pats won by 11. Great football. And they you have the Packers! It's a great time of the year.
Rick

Glen Burnie, MD

#3 Jan 13, 2008
Do you think its time to call the superbowl trophy the Belichick Trophy. The man has proven that he is the best coach ever.
ColtsFanMaxx

United States

#4 Jan 13, 2008
I enjoyed watching Brady pull his acting job to get a roughing the passer call, when clearly he was hardly touched.
Good game overall.
Kevin

Worcester, MA

#5 Jan 13, 2008
Dear ColtsFanMaxx, I'm sure you understand better than anyone, being a Colts fan, that the role of acting is just as important as passing when it comes to the position of quarterback. All those closeups of Peyton's face when things go awry is some of the best acting I've ever seen.
patsfan111111

Debary, FL

#6 Jan 13, 2008
leave it to the whiny colts fan to pick out one negative and forget the 99 positive things that the pats did last night. if you want to talk about acting, give him an academy award for the statue of liberty play. that was rediculous.
the NFL is fixed

Louisville, KY

#7 Jan 13, 2008
ColtsFanMaxx wrote:
I enjoyed watching Brady pull his acting job to get a roughing the passer call, when clearly he was hardly touched.
Too funny, considering Peyton basically whines his way through every close game or loss he's ever been in. he's basically in the refs huddle when they're discussing penalties.

www.manningface.com
Joe

Detroit, MI

#8 Jan 13, 2008
patsfan111111 wrote:
leave it to the whiny colts fan to pick out one negative and forget the 99 positive things that the pats did last night. if you want to talk about acting, give him an academy award for the statue of liberty play. that was rediculous.
Jelousy will do that to a person.
Joe

Detroit, MI

#9 Jan 13, 2008
Rick wrote:
Do you think its time to call the superbowl trophy the Belichick Trophy. The man has proven that he is the best coach ever.
Honestly, once they win it this year, yeah I do.
Phil

United States

#10 Jan 13, 2008
Whether you like the Pats or not, that performance by Brady was one of the best I've ever seen. I think the Pats are great for the league because they show what you have to do to be the best. The Pats play to win, period, and if a team comes in playing not to lose, they will be slaughtered. And to the last 5 teams that have played the Patriots, to their credit, they have come in with game plans which are wide open. the games were exciting, invigorating, and the Pats still won.

What would be a great scenario would be Green Bay against the Patriots in the Superbowl, two certain QB hall of famers battling it out, both with an intense desire to win and the winds of immortality propelling them along. final score: Green Bay 34, NE 31.

Since: Jan 08

Mayfield, KY

#11 Jan 13, 2008
Rick wrote:
Do you think its time to call the superbowl trophy the Belichick Trophy. The man has proven that he is the best coach ever.
While Bill Belichick is definitely one of the most successful NFL coaches in history, I believe the honor of having the Super Bowl trophy named after someone should remain with Vince Lombardi. He helped to define the NFL after the NFL and AFL merged. He also had the very first Super Bowl win with the Green Bay Packers, so I think the honor should remain with Vince Lombardi.
Joe

Detroit, MI

#12 Jan 13, 2008
Phil wrote:
Whether you like the Pats or not, that performance by Brady was one of the best I've ever seen. I think the Pats are great for the league because they show what you have to do to be the best. The Pats play to win, period, and if a team comes in playing not to lose, they will be slaughtered. And to the last 5 teams that have played the Patriots, to their credit, they have come in with game plans which are wide open. the games were exciting, invigorating, and the Pats still won.
What would be a great scenario would be Green Bay against the Patriots in the Superbowl, two certain QB hall of famers battling it out, both with an intense desire to win and the winds of immortality propelling them along. final score: Green Bay 34, NE 31.
I also have NE vs. GB in the SB. But I have Pats in a blow out 34 - 21. They are just too tough for anyone to beat them this year.
Paul bleeds Purple

Jarrettsville, MD

#13 Jan 13, 2008
This is no revelation to anyone but- Man! do we have a long way to go.Next yrs, schedule won't be much easier either.
sleepy

United States

#14 Jan 13, 2008
ColtsFanMaxx wrote:
I enjoyed watching Brady pull his acting job to get a roughing the passer call, when clearly he was hardly touched.
Good game overall.
Like Peyton isn't an actor and complainer. Peyton is no Tom Brady. He proved it against the Chargers today. Make some more commercials Peyton, and Tom Brady will collect another Super Bowl ring.
Joe

Detroit, MI

#15 Jan 14, 2008
sleepy wrote:
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Like Peyton isn't an actor and complainer. Peyton is no Tom Brady. He proved it against the Chargers today. Make some more commercials Peyton, and Tom Brady will collect another Super Bowl ring.
Yep. Hell Peyton is no Billy Volek at this point. LOL!!!!!!!!!!
sonny o

Boston, MA

#16 Jan 14, 2008
Phil wrote:
Whether you like the Pats or not, that performance by Brady was one of the best I've ever seen. I think the Pats are great for the league because they show what you have to do to be the best. The Pats play to win, period, and if a team comes in playing not to lose, they will be slaughtered. And to the last 5 teams that have played the Patriots, to their credit, they have come in with game plans which are wide open. the games were exciting, invigorating, and the Pats still won.
What would be a great scenario would be Green Bay against the Patriots in the Superbowl, two certain QB hall of famers battling it out, both with an intense desire to win and the winds of immortality propelling them along. final score: Green Bay 34, NE 31.
I really dont think it will be that close, and I certainly dont think you have the right team on top !!!The Patriots have come a long way this year overcoming apponents , cheating inuendos , and moronic guarantees !!!Theydidnt come this far to be beat by the Packers beleive me !!!Patriots 34 Packers 7
Invincible Team

United States

#17 Jan 23, 2008
sonny o wrote:
<quoted text> I really dont think it will be that close, and I certainly dont think you have the right team on top !!!The Patriots have come a long way this year overcoming apponents , cheating inuendos , and moronic guarantees !!!Theydidnt come this far to be beat by the Packers beleive me !!!Patriots 34 Packers 7
or...
Patriots 34 giants 7...no matter
skidrow wilson

United States

#18 Jan 23, 2008
Invincible Team wrote:
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or...
Patriots 34 giants 7...no matter
...sounds about right...
Cowboyup

Mililani, HI

#19 Jan 24, 2008
The only sounds the pats will hear is the sound of Brady's ankle breaking when the giants D takes him down,
GIANTS 28 pats 21
Joe

Detroit, MI

#20 Jan 24, 2008
Cowboyup wrote:
The only sounds the pats will hear is the sound of Brady's ankle breaking when the giants D takes him down,
GIANTS 28 pats 21
Move it along pal you know nothing about football. Come back when the topic is Poi.

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