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Old 01-09-2006, 01:11 PM   #481
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very true.

i always liked watching sean salisbury, shit for brains half the time- he's gotten better this year though, argue with john clayton - definition of dweeb- on sports center last year. good stuff.
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john clayton is a dweeb
He knows his stuff pretty well though and he has the sweetest hairstyle I have ever seen.
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From espn.com

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Twelve Ways You Can Better Respect Tom Brady and the Patriots

1. Genuflect whenever you say, read or hear the number 12. (That's four genuflections already this column. So do it. Do it! You don't want to disrespect Tom Brady, do you?! That's better.)

2. Refer to the current year as "Year 47," not 2006, as history did not truly begin until the Patriots organization was founded in 1960.

3. Take a life-size cardboard cutout of a New England Patriots player with you wherever you go. And be sure to include it in all of your conversations so it doesn't feel left out. It will speak back to you when you are worthy.

4. Shave clean every day. It is disrespectful of you to think you can pull off the sexy stubble look as well as Tom Brady.

5. After lovemaking, apologize to your partner for not being Tom Brady.

6. Boycott network television until every commercial features at least one member of the Patriots.

7. Petition the NFL to have all of Tom Brady's fumbles over his career stricken from the official league record book because of the tuck rule.

8. Never call it a "butt chin." It's a cleft chin. And know that gazing deep into Tom Brady's reveals the secrets of life.

9. Refuse to attend religious services until your local church/synagogue/mosque acknowledges the Patriots' playbook as a holy book on par with any other.

10. Have all of Bridget Moynahan's movies playing on a continuous loop on every television in your home. But never ever gawk or leer at her in a lustful manner. Tom Brady knows and sees all, and you will pay for such a transgression.

11. Every time you come across a baby goat, give it a long and passionate hug. Tom Brady would expect nothing less.

12. (Genuflect.) And finally, just to be safe, begin every sentence -- no matter what it's about -- with: "No disrespect to the Patriots intended, but …"
I can't wait for that whiney little pretty boy to get knocked on his end this weekend!
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The fact that John Clayton can get a job on television as a football analyst and Herm Edwards can have a team willing to give up a draft pick to hire him as head coach is proof that the US of A is in fact the land of opportunity.
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I love how you are just lifting this material from John Clayton's article on espn.com. Can't come up with your own thoughts, eh?

too busy to worry how BAD the patsies are going to get beat....got work to do...later
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The fact that John Clayton can get a job on television as a football analyst and Herm Edwards can have a team willing to give up a draft pick to hire him as head coach is proof that the US of A is in fact the land of opportunity.

Sure is. What the hell are we doing wrong?
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Sure is. What the hell are we doing wrong?
My guess would be spending too much time on the internet.
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Damn this place!
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Corey Dillon's injuries have made the Patriots' rushing attack inconsistent all season. Dillon missed a decent amount of the Jaguars game and the running offense was bailed out by Kevin Faulk, who is effective as a runner and a pass catcher. The Patriots averaged only 94.5 rushing yards a game and a mere 3.4 yards a carry. The Patriots had only five regular season games in which they had more than 100 rushing yards as a team. In many ways, the Patriots' offense is closer to the first two Super Bowl teams than last year's. Dillon could be counted on getting 100 yards individually in 2004. It's become a Tom Brady offense with limited support from the running game. Few defenses have frustrated Brady this season, but for this game, the Patriots need Dillon. Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer does a nice job designing zone blitz schemes but sometimes relies on them too much. The best way to beat a zone-blitzing team is to run, which his why the Patriots need much, much more from Dillon or Faulk.

if you can't run the ball in the playoffs, YOU"RE OUT of them.

I think I read all your quotes on AOL this morning!
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too busy to worry how BAD the patsies are going to get beat....got work to do...later
But not busy enough to be on here, though.

Whatever floats your boat. I prefer quoting references that aren't mine if not writing my own.

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that's what you are for
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But not busy enough to be on here, though.

Whatever floats your boat. I prefer quoting references that aren't mine if not writing my own.

Maybe it's possible that Ima is really John Clayton and thus has no need to quote himself.
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I see the similarities, too.
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one last thing to say...........F^CK new england
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How poetic. Now I know why you just cut and pasted someone else's comments - you have nothing new to add yourself.
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