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We'll see, Brady is going to have to earn this one. So far he can get some big plays but then Philly cracks down.

 

A ton of game left.

 

Gotta go finish painting my toes.

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For the record it's pretty disappointing that Frank Reight didn't get a head coaching job.  If the Eagles have a decent season next year I'm sure he'll get one.

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Brady is off. He almost killed Cook when he hung him out to dry, not the defender. And then he dropped that pass because he was just as shook.

 

Now with my Brady digs out of the way, good game so far. The Eagles seem more focused than the Falcons were this time last year. They were dancing and duncing all over the place. They better stay focused to because you know the Pats will fix this at halftime.

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Just now, Valpo2004 said:

Jay Ajayi is not running well.  Should give the carries to Blount.

I stand corrected.

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Just now, Valpo2004 said:

Jay Ajayi is not running well.  Should give the carries to Blount.

spoke too soon

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There it is.


Game over.

 

Patriots win.


That'll re-energize the entire team.


Time for Brady to blow down the field to get a TD to close the half out, and then the Patriots will get an easy TD to start out the second half.

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Great game so far, worth being up at 12.45am (day off work booked tomorrow).

Still too early to call a winner, but that turn over could have a major bearing.

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3 minutes ago, Nesjan3 said:

spoke too soon

Several years ago I was explaining to my mom how bad a CB for Iowa was.  Just as I was explaining this the man intercepted the ball in the endzone and ran it back 108 yards for a pick 6.  Set a school record for longest INT return.

 

Was probably the only good play of his whole college career.

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Pats CANT go 3 and out there course not

never, not while there are refs on the field

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Really? You're letting Hogan beat you on deep routes?

 

Yeah, this drive is going to end in an easy Patriots TD.

 

Then they can get the Eagles to punt and score again to end the first half.


This one's all over.

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Again another Pats receiver gets wide open downfield against what is supposed to be a great Eagles defense.

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im losing hope, the phantom calls to bail out the pats have started and they are marching, thats game

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So now the Eagles aren't even going to try to tackle now?

 

The game changed on that interception.

 

It's going to be all Patriots now.

 

Now for the Eagles to punt after 3 plays and then Brady will blow down the field to score an easy TD as the first half expires.

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

pathetic... nice 95 yard drive Patriots..

all from a phantom call on a missed 3rd down, amazing how often that happens for the Pats 

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Doesn't matter.

 

Patriots will keep them out of the end zone and then they will take the lead on a TD to end the first half.

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1 minute ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

lol that was a catch..

 

I was about to agree, I thought catch/fumble out of bounds, but it did come loose almost right after the catch, so good call.

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