Jaguars can't stop near-perfect Brady, perfect Patriots

Jacksonville figured it needed to play a near-perfect game to beat New England. The Jaguars didn't. Tom Brady nearly did. Full Story
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Jake

United States

#1 Jan 12, 2008
Now we'll here from the Pats detractors about the crooked refs, bad calls and how the phase of the moon was in the favor of the Pats.

“The Best Is Yet To Come...”

Since: Jan 07

South Florida

#2 Jan 12, 2008
Can't make mistakes against New England. Their offense is too damn good.

Here's to them losing in the AFC Championship!
Eddie Sucks

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#3 Jan 13, 2008
So other than hire a new GM, which itself has yet to prove anything, exactly what has Bill done to make the Dolphions better??????
bill

Miami, FL

#4 Jan 13, 2008
If Northcut caught that perfect pass maybe we would have had another outcome. Gee you have to play perfect and hope they make a mistake or two to beat these guys. Hopefully the colts can redeem themselves.
Jarrod

Pompano Beach, FL

#5 Jan 13, 2008
Eddie Sucks wrote:
So other than hire a new GM, which itself has yet to prove anything, exactly what has Bill done to make the Dolphions better??????
Your not allowed to sign free agents right now or make trades until someone wins the Super Bowl.(He fired all of the coaching staff and also resigned R.W.)
Max

Lake Worth, FL

#6 Jan 13, 2008
I just don't understand why Patriot opponents don't see the obvious: rush 8 to 10 players on every down and put Brady on his back- every time. So what if he beats you deep and you give up 100 points. At least at the end of the game Brady's uniform will be dirty and he'll be very sore. That's better than just losing the old fashioned way, isn't it? And next time, just perhaps he'll get to thinking about the beating he took.
Its All About the U

United States

#7 Jan 13, 2008
Jake wrote:
Now we'll here from the Pats detractors about the crooked refs, bad calls and how the phase of the moon was in the favor of the Pats.
Yes, That roughing the passer call to keep the PATS drive alive was unbelievably weak, nice flop by Brady, will he be playing Point Guard for the Celts after the season is over?

It also helps that the Refs don't recognize HOLDING by the PATS offensive Line on nearly every drive.
Eddie Sucks

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#8 Jan 13, 2008
So far I'm not impressed at all with what Parcells has done with this team. What's he done????
Blue Neck

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#9 Jan 13, 2008
Painkiller Jeff wrote:
Can't make mistakes against New England. Their offense is too damn good.
Here's to them losing in the AFC Championship!
You are THAT much of a red neck that you went out and got a Dolphins' tattoo? Seriously? Do you also drink warm beer out of a can?

Since: Dec 07

West Palm Beach, FL.

#10 Jan 13, 2008
Eddie Sucks wrote:
So far I'm not impressed at all with what Parcells has done with this team. What's he done????
More than you have, which is enough for me at this point.

Since: Dec 07

West Palm Beach, FL.

#11 Jan 13, 2008
Its All About the U wrote:
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Yes, That roughing the passer call to keep the PATS drive alive was unbelievably weak, nice flop by Brady, will he be playing Point Guard for the Celts after the season is over?
It also helps that the Refs don't recognize HOLDING by the PATS offensive Line on nearly every drive.
That flop was hysterical! On the replay, you could see him look to locate the ref so he knew how to direct his performance! I give him a 9.5 since the ref bought it.
socalfinfan

Duarte, CA

#12 Jan 13, 2008
Max wrote:
I just don't understand why Patriot opponents don't see the obvious: rush 8 to 10 players on every down and put Brady on his back- every time. So what if he beats you deep and you give up 100 points. At least at the end of the game Brady's uniform will be dirty and he'll be very sore. That's better than just losing the old fashioned way, isn't it? And next time, just perhaps he'll get to thinking about the beating he took.
Rush 8 to 10,get the uniform dirty,get him sore,lose by 100,.are you kidding,the idea is to win the game,the Pats are beatable,either opponents break down towards the end or the Pats have alot of calls go thier way,but world beaters their not,Indy will be their demise next week,Payton will not lose to them a second time.

Since: Dec 07

West Palm Beach, FL.

#13 Jan 13, 2008
bill wrote:
If Northcut caught that perfect pass maybe we would have had another outcome. Gee you have to play perfect and hope they make a mistake or two to beat these guys. Hopefully the colts can redeem themselves.
Exactly right. The Pats played such a perfect game that one dropped pass (the Northcutt drop) was practically the play of the game and provided the cushion that the Pats used to win the game. Congrats to the Patriots and the Jags on such a sterling performance.

“One never knows,do one?”

Since: Nov 07

Boston,Ma

#14 Jan 13, 2008
Woodstrock wrote:
<quoted text> Exactly right. The Pats played such a perfect game that one dropped pass (the Northcutt drop) was practically the play of the game and provided the cushion that the Pats used to win the game. Congrats to the Patriots and the Jags on such a sterling performance.
Welker also droped a pass which could have made the score even bigger.It was a wash.Great game.I am glad there is not five more games left in the season.

“One never knows,do one?”

Since: Nov 07

Boston,Ma

#15 Jan 13, 2008
Max wrote:
I just don't understand why Patriot opponents don't see the obvious: rush 8 to 10 players on every down and put Brady on his back- every time. So what if he beats you deep and you give up 100 points. At least at the end of the game Brady's uniform will be dirty and he'll be very sore. That's better than just losing the old fashioned way, isn't it? And next time, just perhaps he'll get to thinking about the beating he took.
Come on man, if the Jags coulda sacked him 50 times, they would have.Couldn't do it.
Way Out There

Nashua, NH

#16 Jan 13, 2008
But you conveniently forget four personal fouls against the Patriots. And, in my opinion, two of those were weak as well. The roughing the Passer on the Jags was legit, even though not intential. He did run into Brady, HARD, well after the throw and did not try to get out of the way. Penalty every time.

Let's face it, there are many non-calls for both sides through out the game.

Admit it, you are seeing it through biased eyes, as what you care about most is the Pats loosing to protect your "perfect season" bragging rights. So, anything to justify in your mind the "illegitimate" season the Pats currently have is really the point here, to allow you to sleep better at night.
Its All About the U wrote:
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Yes, That roughing the passer call to keep the PATS drive alive was unbelievably weak, nice flop by Brady, will he be playing Point Guard for the Celts after the season is over?
It also helps that the Refs don't recognize HOLDING by the PATS offensive Line on nearly every drive.

Since: Dec 07

West Palm Beach, FL.

#17 Jan 13, 2008
beguiled wrote:
<quoted text>Welker also droped a pass which could have made the score even bigger.It was a wash.Great game.I am glad there is not five more games left in the season.
Correct. That was probably the biggest 'mistake' the Pats made - one dropped pass. It goes to show how perfect a game they played.(Although, that's not counting Rodney Harrison's late hit(s). But then again, he's good for at least one of those every game, so those are to be expected.)

Since: Dec 07

West Palm Beach, FL.

#18 Jan 13, 2008
Way Out There wrote:
Admit it, you are seeing it through biased eyes
<quoted text>
Aren't you doing the same? Is that any less valid?
The Truth

United States

#19 Jan 13, 2008
I'm just waiting for someone to accept there personal foul penalty and do us all a favor and late hit brady onto the Injured reserve list..that would be the proper thing to do. If the ref's are going to show favoritism to certain teams, the pats, the colts, the cowboys, then you need to level the playing field the only way possible..take pretty boy out..and thats the TRUTH
RACE

Boca Raton, FL

#20 Jan 13, 2008
Football is a business, while you may find a rookie who will take the cheap shot at brady, you will not find a "Professional" that will do so. I would like to see brady "curtailed", but thru a clean shot (preferably by One of my GIANTS, unblocked, building up a full head of steam from the backfield, brady in the crosshairs.....) I digress...
Anyway I dont care if that team has sold it's soul to satan for the win, they did indeed look good. My GIANTS would beat them in the SB, but the other manning is going to knock them out

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The Truth wrote:
I'm just waiting for someone to accept there personal foul penalty and do us all a favor and late hit brady onto the Injured reserve list..that would be the proper thing to do. If the ref's are going to show favoritism to certain teams, the pats, the colts, the cowboys, then you need to level the playing field the only way possible..take pretty boy out..and thats the TRUTH

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