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Tomorrow is 'National Go Pats Day'...

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I'm going to root against both teams. I'd like to see a hard hitting game that goes a full OT period. Don't care who wins.

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ugh.......ok (puts on the Patriots hat). :yuk:

:)

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I'll be rooting for Tommy 3 Rings tomorrow. Need that Houston loss (Yes, I still firmly believe we can win the division).

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Looking at the photos of TB...my temperature rose about 10-degrees!

Seriously; my expectations are for New England to pull out the win!

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Has there ever been a more aesthetic QB than Tom Brady? mod edit

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I'll be rooting for Tommy 3 Rings tomorrow. Need that Houston loss (Yes, I still firmly believe we can win the division).

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The 3rd picture, I like to imagine I am behind him, just about to choke him out.

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Kinda.

Here's the thing I just don't see the Texans losing three times in four weeks when they have lost only once all year. If the Texans lose tomorrow that leave the door wide open for homefield which means we are probably going to get the Texans at their best two of the last three weeks.

Frankly right now it looks like we are going to play the Ravens in the playoffs and I think that's a much better match up even on the road than getting the Texans for a third time in a month even if it's at home and that's probably who we would play if we win the South.

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This is what we call a meteor game. Just root for a meteor.

I just want new england to beat the crap out of houston and then get crap beaten of the next week against who ever they play

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Has there ever been a more aesthetic QB than Tom Brady?

This is too funny. My wife's best lady friend was really fond of Matt Leinart and David Carr.

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Am i the only one who hasnt lost their freakin mind? Its national "hope for a tie" day..

Come on, folks...

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This picture is great! I hope that the next second TB had that dog attached to his face!

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Man I thought Colts fan hated Brady. Now they are posting photo albums of him. Yep it's definitely 2012.

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I'm torn. On one hand you have to cheer for the Pats to have a chance at the division title, which I think there is very little chance of happening, but if the Pats win there is a very good chance Texans won't be resting starters against us in the last game of the year...

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I'm sorry. I just can't cheer on the Pats. I want to win the division, but I want Houston to stomp them. That rivalry became too engrained in me over the last decade.

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I would love a knock-down, bloody, beat 'em up Patriots win with every player from both teams knocked out of the next few games, but uninjured. Just some inexplicable malaise preventing them from playing. One can dream?

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I am torn. I can't bring myself to root for the pats. I really don't think we have a realistic shot at winning the division. I just don't see us beating Houston on their home field. I think we should be rooting for Houston to win tonight so they might rest their starters the last game of the season. If I knew we would definitely beat KC, my thinking might be different.

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congrats. this thread has burned my eyes. next time you gonna put up porn involving brady add giselle

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I know in a perfect world the Colts will win out and win the division. But, let's be honest, that is not likely to happen. Therefore, I want Houston to win tonight (although they are getting killed). Because I cannot stand the chance the Patriots might get to the Super Bowl. So in case the Colts don't make it to the Super Bowl, I want NE to have to go to Houston and play them there. Otherwise, you can pretty much pencil NE in another SB.

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Careful what people are asking for. A Texans team coming off getting creamed on MNF at home playing to win the division could be a very bad thing for the Colts. With that said the Colts are going to have a shot the division title now they just have to make the most of it.

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I am torn. I can't bring myself to root for the pats. I really don't think we have a realistic shot at winning the division. I just don't see us beating Houston on their home field. I think we should be rooting for Houston to win tonight so they might rest their starters the last game of the season. If I knew we would definitely beat KC, my thinking might be different.

How do we not havw a realistic shot at winning the division.... i don't get your thinking.

And I kind of wish people would chill with the New England hate.

They are the real deal.

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Not that it matters who we want to win, but I still think it is a mistake to want the Patriots to win. The last thing we need is for every game to have to go through NE. It is pretty much a guarantee that they would get to the Super Bowl. I honestly would rather have the Colts get in as a wild card team and play Baltimore then win a division and give NE home field advantage.

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I'm torn. On one hand you have to cheer for the Pats to have a chance at the division title, which I think there is very little chance of happening, but if the Pats win there is a very good chance Texans won't be resting starters against us in the last game of the year...

Yeah. But they do play in a dome and the time slot is for 1 p.m. ET.

Actually, it might be better to catch the Texans on a short week at their home, IMO.

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