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Nice try Adam.

Here come the threads... "Adam missed a 58 yarder, cut him, he sucks."

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We have too many Rookies to play mistake free ball. That's why we could struggle a little vs very good teams. Not always, just can.

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Interesting 1st half... pretty much what i was expecting... we seem to have abandoned the run though i am not sure why. i expected 2 picks for Luck. i may be correct when all is said and done.. but we should be tied or winning. ST break down, we still have not recovered from.

Think we will see some adjustments. but i am not sure we should because i think N.E will come out with something completely different the second half. but we can't abandon the run. i felt N.E would come out focused on pass D. more quick passes would benefit us.

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I just dont know how they praise Luck here - again - I love the guy. But he has not played real well today. The INT he threw is the differnce in the game

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I just dont know how they praise Luck here - again - I love the guy. But he has not played real well today. The INT he threw is the differnce in the game

He isn't playing bad. Brady almost threw 2 INT's in the first half, so why is Luck anticipating something bad? On the INT he thought Wilfork was going to hit him. That's what a QB is supposed to do. He just didn't adjust the throw like he needed to. His receivers were covered pretty well towards the end of the 2nd quarter. He only has 5 more incomplete throws than Brady...

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An offense that never fumbles or throws ints VS a defense that hardly ever gets turnovers.

When the QB does throw a tipped or bad pass, it's almost never caught. It's pretty incredible, really.

By the way, we might want to develop a pass rush. You can't beat NE without one. Period.

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Ugh, this isn't looking good. Can't just expect to give a high powered offense 14 extra points. They score enough as it is.

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This is one of those games- and I've been watching the NFL a long time- it could be 8 quarters and Tom Brady just isn't going to make a mistake. He's not

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This is one of those games- and I've been watching the NFL a long time- it could be 8 quarters and Tom Brady just isn't going to make a mistake. He's not

Not if you don't pressure him.

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Colts D can never stop Brady.

Luck needs to score here or it's pretty much close to over.

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