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Old 01-22-2007, 04:13 PM   #61
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Oh yeah...you can catch the ball in practice but under pressure....forget it!

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Lord knows, he had his eyes open. I thought his eyes were going to pop out of his skull.
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Old 01-22-2007, 04:37 PM   #63
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But really though guys, Tom Brady couldn't have used a guy like Deon Branch right?
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But really though guys, Tom Brady couldn't have used a guy like Deon Branch right?
They could have, but the Patriots offense really did okay overall against Indy.

Of course, since the Pats have two first-round picks in the upcoming draft, they could trade up and snag Calvin Johnson. (It's more likely and probably better in the long term if they just take a LB and a DB though.)
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he definitely Schruted it.

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But really though guys, Tom Brady couldn't have used a guy like Deon Branch right?
well it's not like deon branch lit it up for seattle this year... but i do think new england's constant cutting of guys to stay below the salary cap finally caught up to them this season. a little more depth and i believe they're off to miami.
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well it's not like deon branch lit it up for seattle this year... but i do think new england's constant cutting of guys to stay below the salary cap finally caught up to them this season. a little more depth and i believe they're off to miami.
Now there is word that Bruschi may retire.

He has been an amazing story!!!
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Seattle's season to me was a lost cause. There was no way that team would ever be able to come together. If Hasslebeck wasn't injured, Jackson or Alexander was. And didn't Branch join them after the start of the season?

This team is the team I'm worried about for next year already. Give them time to develop together, their cornerbacks all get back on the field. They could be very good.

Nice super bowl talk by me. You know what, if the Colts win, I'll still be happy for Dungy and Marvin Harrison. I do love Harrison. And I saw Dallas Clark play college football at Iowa.
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I felt the same way with the Bears vs. the Saints. You could really tell who they wanted in the Superbowl.
I couldn't stand how many times they were said, "This is a little different than last week, when the Saints just played great against the Eagles." or "Deuce McAllister is having trouble, but he did great last week against the Eagles!" Just kill me.
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Would Rex Grossman be the worst QB to ever win a Superbowl?
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Now there is word that Bruschi may retire.

He has been an amazing story!!!
I have so much respect for Tedy both as a player and as a person, but I think that he should hang it up or accept a more limited role - as in the role Roman Phifer played on the 2001 team where he's helping the younger guys a lot. He wasn't the rock of the defense this season. He'd always seem to come up with a huge stop, fumble, or int, but not much of that went on this season. He certainly didn't make himself known in yesterday's game. I'd love for me to be wrong and have him come back to a stellar level next season, but he'll be 34 and age appears to be catching up with him.
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U2 football connection, my brother said they played "Beautiful Day" in the dome while the stand was being set up for the presentation of the AFC trophy.
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Would Rex Grossman be the worst QB to ever win a Superbowl?
he would certainly challange for trent dilfer's crown.
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They could have, but the Patriots offense really did okay overall against Indy.

Of course, since the Pats have two first-round picks in the upcoming draft, they could trade up and snag Calvin Johnson. (It's more likely and probably better in the long term if they just take a LB and a DB though.)
No matter how good Calvin Johnson is I'd be weary of taking a receiver that high. It seems like a lot of them don't live up to potential or are just nutjobs. Like you said, get some LBs and some DBs and consider paying Asante Samuel something close to what he wants - I don't want Ray Mickens to be the number one DB next season.
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