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  1. Thursday games are a joke. It's just a money grab. Coaches hate 'em. Players hate 'em. Four days isn't enough time for players to recover but playing after the bye is a good idea.
  2. That was an ugly game but we've seen it before. Last year it was the early season pass defense but a favorable schedule straightened that out (until the super bowl lol). You can't judge the Patriots in September. Wait and see is the best response. Some good news, Brady has never lost at home against the Dolphins (except the last game of the 2005 season which he only played the first quarter). Or, Brady and Gronk have contaminated the locker room.
  3. It was a quick handshake but it was hot out there.
  4. The contract market for wide recievers went sky high this season. The Patriots don't overpay. Brandin Cooks 5 year, $81,000,000 ($49,459,000 guaranteed) Danny Amendola 2 year, $12,000,000 ($6,000,000 guaranteed) (33 years old in Nov.)
  5. Hi Gramz! How are you doing? It is true this is a different team and maybe this will finally be the end of an era. However... I've heard that many times before! I'm looking forward to October 4. We haven't played you guys in a while.
  6. I've observed during the Brady/Belichick tenure that the Patriots treat the first four games of the regular season kinda like the preseason. They don't scheme as much as later in the season. They seem slow and out of shape. After game 5 you get a much better read on what kind of team they will be. They are 7-1 in game 5's the last 8 seasons.
  7. Phillip Dorsett on Josh Gordon, https://www.patriots.com/video/press-pass-patriots-on-gordon More Dorsett from last week,
  8. I read somewhere the Patriots now have made 28 transactions involving a wide receiver since the start of the new league year in March. Wow!
  9. Few if any of us know the toils of playing football at that level. I can't blame him for walking away, literally, but it is true he should have remained on the sidelines until the game was over. That part he will sorely regret.
  10. Like "voluntary" has a different meaning in the NFL than in real life, so does rivalry. Do the Colts have this game circled on their calendar? Do the Patriots? I don't know the answers but if yes, then its a rivalry.
  11. There can be only one.

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    2. BrentMc11


      Lays potato chips?

    3. southwest1


      I'm gonna guess it's a Rush lyric from 1 of their many classic songs FE. No, I don't know which 1 specifically. Care to enlighten us all? Thanks.

    4. Flying Elvis

      Flying Elvis

      SW1, I threw you a curveball this time. The Fish got it right. It's from The Highlander, one of my all-time favorite movies.

      It could also characterize the Super Bowl champion.
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