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  1. Peyton is a very smart football player and a great competitor. I have tremendous respect for him but his past postseason performances and obvious physical decline make me skeptical that he can go all the way. Having him face Brady in the AFC final would be wonderful though. I would love to see one more huge Peyton/Brady confrontation.
  2. LOL!!! Good onbe, javan1973. I have not watched any GB games this season (but I am eagerly waiting for this Sunday's game against the Broncos) but from what I have read, I agree with you in that at this point in the season GB would be the most likely team to stop NE. We are only half way through the season so a lot can happen but barring major injuries, NE tends to play pretty good November through February so I would not bet against them. But like they say, games are not played on paper and anything can happen.
  3. I don't think Denver's season will end up better this year than the last (unless Peyton is magically turned into an incarnation of Lee Majors (i.e., the six million dollar man). I agree with you that GB is the Pats biggest challenge (if it gets to that) unless of course they play like they did in the NFC championship game the way they did last season.
  4. I am not a betting man but if I were, I would be willing to bet my house on the Pats too. If you were a betting man, which team would you bet your house on?
  5. Brady is an assassin...he is out to kill...There has not been a killer like him since Larry Byrd...
  6. To quote KC and the Sunshine band: "Oh, That's the way, ah ha, ah ha, I like it That's the way, ah ha, ah ha, I like it, ah ha, ah ha" The more scrunity, the better, as far as I am concerned...Let them find crookedry with Brady's performances, and report it. But there is the other side to consider: What if he actually performs well under the scrutinity...like this Feb 1? What then, what then?
  7. "I hope Manning will retire as a Colt too." We are in agreement. Good talking to you. Good night.
  8. "we're going off topic" I disagree...Ultimately it is about doing what is best for the team. And it is a business too... Seriously, this is not a "distraction" for the Patriots...They are in game mode. I am sure they have not even heard of this "fire storm". It is a business, and in business, the business is winning...This is not the little leagues or the girl scouts...this is the stage where you are required to do your best. But like you pointed out, it is also about loyalty...not just money. That is why I and millions of other NFL fans pray Peyton will retire as a Colt.
  9. So you agree with me? Peyton must retire as a COLT...PERIOD.
  10. Cutting a minor player to improve your chances of winning the SB versus firing THE face of the team...a living legend who made Colts what they are (as this season's Colt's record so starkly reveals), a man who WANTS to finish his career as a Colt (along with all NFL fans). I feel letting Manning go would be the ULTIMATE evil, especially if done for cash considerations....but let us agree to disagree on this one.
  11. By your standards, Jim Irsay will be THE Devil if he lets Peyton go...the ULTIMATE evil...
  12. "“Destiny and mystique sound like a couple of strippers.” - Curt Schilling, Red Sox pitcher
  13. Eli IS more clutch than Peyton. I don't like it...but it is true.
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