Two must-see matchups remain in regul...

Two must-see matchups remain in regular season

There are 10 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Nov 13, 2007, titled Two must-see matchups remain in regular season. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Seven games to be played - 112 if you choose to be more specific - and there's precious little drama left to the NFL regular season.

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cocoajoe

Saint Petersburg, FL

#1 Nov 13, 2007
And all this time I thought this was a MIami Dolphin site.
Huh

United States

#2 Nov 13, 2007
He forgot the Dolphins-Jets game in a few weeks.

Since: Jan 07

Hoboken, NJ

#3 Nov 13, 2007
Won't it be funny if after all is said and done it is ....

The Steelers and Packers in the superbowl!

Steeler 31 Packers 27
E-Magpies

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Nov 13, 2007
Better yet...
Packers 31 Steelers 6
Ken in San Diego

San Diego, CA

#5 Nov 13, 2007
So much for parity in the NFL. This season has been extremely boring and noncompetitive, with less than a handful of good teams and a bushel of bad teams.

The only thing to root for is that the Patriots or the Colts don't become Super Bowl champions.
patsfan

Bangall, NY

#6 Nov 13, 2007
People so readily make excuses for Manning - Marvin Harrison's absence is no excuse for Manning's 6 INTs. Brady went to Indy last year without his current 3 top receivers (Moss, Stalworth, Welker) and did he throw 6 INTs? You people are disgusting. This year Brady's stats are astronomical and you'd say it's because of his new receivers, but what about the years when he had at most one good receiver and still won so many games and 3 rings? That was because he had better team, you'd say. But last 2-3 years, you simply cannot argue that Pats had better team than Colts, and the Brady bunch still almost won at RCA dome.
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#7 Nov 13, 2007
Ken in San Diego wrote:
So much for parity in the NFL. This season has been extremely boring and noncompetitive, with less than a handful of good teams and a bushel of bad teams.
The only thing to root for is that the Patriots or the Colts don't become Super Bowl champions.
Or the Cowboys, hate them Cowboys.
azz

United States

#8 Nov 13, 2007
Not that being a Dolphin fan helps, but football overall is pathetic this year. Only game worth watching all year was the Colts vs. Patriots. The rest of the league is wasting its' time. Well, maybe not... The Patriots need a team from the NFC to beat in the superbowl.
Sucks to be a Miami fan these days and probably for a long time. Damn Patriots are going to be good for years. Cameron was stupid for taking the Miami job.
hoedriller Winter Haven

Port Richey, FL

#9 Nov 13, 2007
Whats missing here is that the steelers are currently the other home team for the playoffs along with the pats.If the tiebreaker was today, the colts would be on the road. 2 conference losses to the steelers 1.
A quarterback comparison that never gets mentioned is, How many wins did Brady and Manning have in their rookie seasons as compared to Big Ben. How old were Brady and Manning when they won their first superbowls as compared to Big Ben? These are the facts when comparing QB's at the same stage of their careers, nothing else. the steelers play the pats on dec.9th, not tomorrow. Their focus is on their next game, no one in pittsburgh cares about playing the pats in newspapers and blogs weeks before the game. You can count on the leagues #1 defense and Big Ben to make the trip to new england when the time comes.
Supkeep

Tomah, WI

#10 Nov 14, 2007
hoedriller Winter Haven wrote:
Whats missing here is that the steelers are currently the other home team for the playoffs along with the pats.If the tiebreaker was today, the colts would be on the road. 2 conference losses to the steelers 1.
A quarterback comparison that never gets mentioned is, How many wins did Brady and Manning have in their rookie seasons as compared to Big Ben. How old were Brady and Manning when they won their first superbowls as compared to Big Ben? These are the facts when comparing QB's at the same stage of their careers, nothing else. the steelers play the pats on dec.9th, not tomorrow. Their focus is on their next game, no one in pittsburgh cares about playing the pats in newspapers and blogs weeks before the game. You can count on the leagues #1 defense and Big Ben to make the trip to new england when the time comes.
And "Big Ben" and the #1 defense will go down just like everyone else.

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