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The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#1 Nov 29, 2011
Welcome to the Sports Lounge...Kick up your Feet (unless your Rex Ryan) grab a brewski and let the sports discussion start!

NFL, NBA, Boxing...whatever, let er' rip!
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#2 Nov 29, 2011
So, rumor has it that Terrel Owens may possibly be headed to New England.

According to reports, his agent was seen on the Pats sideline, prior to the game.

Of course 2 concerns immediately come to mind for the maority of us fans. 1) Will he become a cancer as he's done with other teams before?

2) Will he remain healthy given his age and latest injuries?

I personally think he'll remain healthy and I know staying in shape and being committed to his craft wont be an issue. T.O has a hell of a work ethic and is in better shape than possibly ANY reciever Ive ever seen play the game.

The drama...

The one huge positive is that with New England, if you do not follow the Patriot Way, happy trails. I know they wont put up with any drama and at this point, T.O is gasping for his last breath in the NFL. He knows he must conform and perform...

JMO

Thoughts?
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#3 Nov 29, 2011
I would have respected Suh more if he would have just "manned up" and said:

"you know what? it was a heat of he moment thing, emotions flying wild and I let them get the better of my judgment. Im sorry for my actions.."

Insead of LYING..

ALLEN PARK, Mich.-- Ndamukong Suh's stomp will cost him two games without pay.

The NFL suspended Detroit's All-Pro defensive tackle on Tuesday for roughing up a Green Bay Packers player in front of a national television audience during a loss on Thanksgiving Day. Suh will miss Sunday night's game at New Orleans and a Dec. 11 home game against Minnesota and he won't be paid until he is reinstated Dec. 12.

Suh's suspension will cost him $164,000, or two game checks.

Suh called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Sunday to apologize, but it didn't seem to help. He has three days to appeal the suspension and if he does, the league plans to expedite the hearing to make a decision before the Lions play the Saints.

Now, according to Sportsnation, as of yet, 46% say the punishment is "just right", 46% say the punishment is "too lenient" and 7% say its "too harsh".

I say tack another game on for BLATANTLY LYING. LOL
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#4 Nov 29, 2011
Helluva' pounding last night...

Eli had a strong second half but, too late...the Saints werent about to let off the throttle with that lead.

They got some serious weapons and with that relatively easy schedule, I can see them winning out. They face the Suh-less Lions next.

Brees has that look in his eye again, the eye of the tiger lol last night was an impressive display of will and competitiveness.

Brees is the first player ever with 4 Pass TD, 350 Pass yds and a Rush TD on Monday Night Football.
He takes back the NFL passing lead from Tom Brady. Brees now has 3,689 yards, keeping him on pace to break Dan Marino's single-season mark of 5,084 set in 84'.

“All for 1, 1 for all”

Since: Apr 08

Akron, Ohio

#5 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
So, rumor has it that Terrel Owens may possibly be headed to New England.
According to reports, his agent was seen on the Pats sideline, prior to the game.
Of course 2 concerns immediately come to mind for the maority of us fans. 1) Will he become a cancer as he's done with other teams before?
2) Will he remain healthy given his age and latest injuries?
I personally think he'll remain healthy and I know staying in shape and being committed to his craft wont be an issue. T.O has a hell of a work ethic and is in better shape than possibly ANY reciever Ive ever seen play the game.
The drama...
The one huge positive is that with New England, if you do not follow the Patriot Way, happy trails. I know they wont put up with any drama and at this point, T.O is gasping for his last breath in the NFL. He knows he must conform and perform...
JMO
Thoughts?
I think that the Pats should have done something sooner than this. We're going into week 12, for crying out loud!

Isn't TO's problems more with his head than with his body and work ethic?
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#6 Nov 29, 2011
Bewitched wrote:
<quoted text>
I think that the Pats should have done something sooner than this. We're going into week 12, for crying out loud!
Isn't TO's problems more with his head than with his body and work ethic?
It seems BB is set on finding a serious deep threat for Brady. Look at the recivers he keeps bringing in despite the obvious needs.

Yeah, his problems have been with his inability to get aong with teammates, creating dissension and unnecesary drama. When have you seen N.E. let a mouthy player run pampant as T.O's former teams have let him?

I've never been a fan of "Team Obliterator" infact, Ive always hated him but, he's also never faced the threat of a door closing on him in the NFL.

There are no takers for him.

With that said, it's still a risk but, I think the chances of him going off are far less given the track record and reputation he has. He knows it.

Look at how Chad Johnson has been kept in check. Fat Albert Changed his tune and was released anyway. Randy Moss got temporarily cheeky and cleared his locker out soon after.

I would think Bill would tell him the same he told Chad...Dont cry about getting the ball and do not be a distraction for this organization or vamoosh!

At this point, He would see very limited action anyway unless he turned out monster performances each time.
Black Mamba

West Palm Beach, FL

#7 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
Welcome to the Sports Lounge...Kick up your Feet (unless your Rex Ryan) grab a brewski and let the sports discussion start!
NFL, NBA, Boxing...whatever, let er' rip!
Lol hey Rex makes the party even better because you know he will have the beer.
Black Mamba

West Palm Beach, FL

#8 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
So, rumor has it that Terrel Owens may possibly be headed to New England.
According to reports, his agent was seen on the Pats sideline, prior to the game.
Of course 2 concerns immediately come to mind for the maority of us fans. 1) Will he become a cancer as he's done with other teams before?
2) Will he remain healthy given his age and latest injuries?
I personally think he'll remain healthy and I know staying in shape and being committed to his craft wont be an issue. T.O has a hell of a work ethic and is in better shape than possibly ANY reciever Ive ever seen play the game.
The drama...
The one huge positive is that with New England, if you do not follow the Patriot Way, happy trails. I know they wont put up with any drama and at this point, T.O is gasping for his last breath in the NFL. He knows he must conform and perform...
JMO
Thoughts?
My thoughts are I hope and pray that Bill does not take a chance on him. I have never liked that guy and he will be a cancer to your team. He has done it where ever he went and his mouth has always got him in trouble. I know Bill is a guru when it comes to working with troubled players, but this is one he should not take a chance on. How long is it going to be before he starts craying again and making a scene? Also they don't need him just like they don't need that Ocho idiot. They can always get a speed receiver in the draft or free agency.
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#9 Nov 29, 2011
Gotta say, I like the idea of Baron Davis headed to LA.(possibility) Ive always thought that guy was underrated and underutilized.

I dont like Rashad Lewis in Purp and gold though. That guy isnt worth 1/4 what they paid his dumb @zz... they'd have to wait for them to waive his ridiculous two-year,$43.8-million contract through the new amnesty clause but, Im not sold on him or that gimpy kee he refuse to get surgically repaired.
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#10 Nov 29, 2011
Black Mamba wrote:
<quoted text>Lol hey Rex makes the party even better because you know he will have the beer.
Hey look whos here...how do you like what Ive done with the place? LOL

Thats genuine Italian marble your standing on and those windows behind you are embedded with tanzanite freshly dug up from africa!

The fridge is stocked with booze and food. Rex stopped by earlier too with the sub sandwiches and more beer but, yep, he didnt share LOL just rubbbed his stanky feet all over my coffee table and ran! ;)
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#11 Nov 29, 2011
Wow I can smell the freshness of new decor..So we now have a new president.
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#12 Nov 29, 2011
The Celtics have been discussing trading Rajon Rondo for Chris Paul, according to sources. But the Hornets don't appear interested in a two-team deal.

Danny Ainge has been searching for a third team that would give the Hornets young pieces that would help Dell Demps in his rebuilding plan.

It is also unclear whether Paul would agree to an extension, something Ainge would need to execute a trade.

What you think guys?
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#13 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
Welcome to the Sports Lounge...Kick up your Feet (unless your Rex Ryan) grab a brewski and let the sports discussion start!
NFL, NBA, Boxing...whatever, let er' rip!
Chee and I thought Brewskis were on the house for the Grand opening. Iam disappointed there Pat/Kratos /Water.Leave the rodent traps after we leave for the troll critters when you lock up.Iam sure they will multiply real quick.
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#14 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey look whos here...how do you like what Ive done with the place? LOL
Thats genuine Italian marble your standing on and those windows behind you are embedded with tanzanite freshly dug up from africa!
The fridge is stocked with booze and food. Rex stopped by earlier too with the sub sandwiches and more beer but, yep, he didnt share LOL just rubbbed his stanky feet all over my coffee table and ran! ;)
Oh chee sorry pat I missed this post.Actually your home brew was quite tasty. Sorry for the beer stain left on the genuine Italian Marble.
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#15 Nov 29, 2011
Sammy wrote:
The Celtics have been discussing trading Rajon Rondo for Chris Paul, according to sources. But the Hornets don't appear interested in a two-team deal.
Danny Ainge has been searching for a third team that would give the Hornets young pieces that would help Dell Demps in his rebuilding plan.
It is also unclear whether Paul would agree to an extension, something Ainge would need to execute a trade.
What you think guys?
Whoa...seems everyone wants a piece of Cp3 and I cant really blame em'. That guy makes ANY team better INSTANTLY. Ainge certainly has his hands full...

For Ainge to pull that deal off, he'd have to sell paul on winning now and for the future. The Knicks present more of a future obviously, having Melo an Amare and being YOUNGER. The C's look like a team on the downard spiral with the likes of Garnett and Allen whos contracts are set to expire this summer. Plus, its been rumored that KG maybe looking at retirement. If they both go, that clears room for Cp3 but, its obviously still not the package he would be working with in New York--that trio would be deadly. Personally, Id' hate to see that talent go to WASTE with the Celtics LOL

There was rumors of him playing alongside Blake in LA too...
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#16 Nov 29, 2011
Sammy wrote:
<quoted text>Chee and I thought Brewskis were on the house for the Grand opening. Iam disappointed there Pat/Kratos /Water.Leave the rodent traps after we leave for the troll critters when you lock up.Iam sure they will multiply real quick.
Hey, the tap is open FREE to my friends...I got Sam Adams, Guiness, Becks, Fat Tire, xmas crack for B, and some traditional American brews for those who like less flavor lol...
The Patriot Way

Ephrata, WA

#17 Nov 29, 2011
Sammy wrote:
Wow I can smell the freshness of new decor..So we now have a new president.
LOL no, no new prez...

Were operating here without a president or government. Power to the People! were just the new guys in town, here to compliment the other fine establishments...
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#18 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, the tap is open FREE to my friends...I got Sam Adams, Guiness, Becks, Fat Tire, xmas crack for B, and some traditional American brews for those who like less flavor lol...
ahahahahaha.xmas crack? hey we left that extra gift for the trolls in our old home.
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#19 Nov 29, 2011
The Patriot Way wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL no, no new prez...
Were operating here without a president or government. Power to the People! were just the new guys in town, here to compliment the other fine establishments...
Gotta love Democracy.
Sammy

Toronto, Canada

#20 Nov 29, 2011
I know many of you have no clue of Canadian professional football. These 2 guys were greats back in the 70's but had bad blood for years. This took place last week at an alumni luncheon before the major Championship game. Hilarious outcome I must say.

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