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Discussion in '2018 Patriots Game Threads' started by Mystic Merlin, Jan 26, 2019.
Parade is Tuesday at 11
Dock the Rams a draft pick!
When was the last time the Pats, B's and C's won on the same day?
I’ve started posting here more recently but I’ve lurked for several years and I love you all. We’re so lucky. I’m so happy this community exists because you all care as much as I do and that’s so hard to find elsewhere and I mean I just can not believe how blessed we are to watch this team
On my third time through the condensed game. Now I can watch the Miami miracle .
I thought that was the rule. Happy for him.
Hope your kids loved the game bud
Matt Patricia stays we lose this gamr
Deion saying "possbily' the greatest QB on NFLN. Lol what. C'mon.
That play by JMac is more amazing every time I see it.
When was the last time the Pats/C's/B's/Sox all won their last game?
Having two separate 3 SB dynasties a decade apart is flat out crazy. And that with two shoulda-wons in between.
I have yet to see a camera angle that can actually find him until he gets there.
It sort of makes me wonder what the fuck happened during those 10 lost years.
It looked like a touchdown for sure. It was like one of those Mookie Betts or Pokey Reese defensive plays where the ball is hit and you say oh crap a base hit and then um what?
That must have happened a number of times since the hockey and basketball seasons started.
Daughter didn't make it to the end, but me and my son had a blast. He's 10 and he's seen 3 of these. When I was 10, I was watching the Pats get slaughtered by the Bears in 1986....I've been to 200 home games since that time, including a game in 1987 against the Bills that had less than 10,000 fans in attendance (to put that in perspective, I don't think there has been a single NFL game in at least a decade that had less than 30,000 fans). This is just inconceivable. I'm so happy, and we're so lucky.
True. Probably has happened much less when at least 2 of the teams are in the off-season.
My 8 year old was emotionally invested in the game for the first time. She's gonna be so happy tomorrow morning.
Yeah for some reason 2006 bugs me more than any of the others.
That’s awesome. I can’t imagine that feeling. Mine are 4 and 2 and obviously barely have a grasp on what’s happening. I fear this stretch will be over before they gain that grasp. Cherish it.
Meant Super Bowls only but yeah, basically three single plays over three games separate us from a 3rd 3 SB dynasty (3rd and 4, Asante, Welker). Oh well.
LOL just listened to Andrew Whitworth... "who cares what happens, in the end we're all going to die".
that's a new press conference quote.
Losing 2006 AFCCG was like losing the SB considering how bad of tomato cans the Bears were.
We are. We are
My oldest has been there with me since 2011 (he’s 13 now) and it’s been amazing. My 11 year old handed out tickets before the game. She had on all of the “Sorry not sorry” to the Rams.
Is he related to Adrian Gonzalez?
Can we bring back the "Cut Gilmore" messages from early last year. I was in that group and I was wrong. Gilmore is money. Period.
Best corner in football
I’ve been watching the NFLN post and LT has been pretty great.
Play of the game IMO.
Also Sony Michel seems like a really, really great kid and totally gets it. Could be here for a while.
45% of Rams plays went for zero or negative yards.
Wait was it Jason who broke up the pass in the back of the end zone to Cooks? I had been thinking it was Devin.
edit: just watched the replay, it was Jason https://www.patriots.com/video/jason-mccourty-flies-in-to-break-up-would-be-td-to-brandin-cooks
what a great play
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Belichick said “oh my god” twice when asked about Jason McCourty’s pass break up. “McCourty came out of nowhere to make that play.”
That statement is fact. Jmac ran 30 yards and broke that up. Need one of those " how fast was he" measurements data things
That’s Remember the Titans level stuff right there.
Holy crap. Going from the winless Browns one year, to this the next year. There are no words.
Well, what happened was what happens when you play remarkably, historically, unthinkably close and dramatic games year after year after year after year after year.
If Reche Caldwell catches a TD, or Asante Samuel catches an INT, or Wes Welker catches a pass, Tom Brady might have won his 9th ring tonight.
At the same time, if Dee Ford lines up onside two weeks ago, this is a Chiefs-Rams Super Bowl.
This is all insane.
Well sure. Or if Matt Ryan doesn't take a sack. Or if Pete Carroll runs the ball.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Kearse had caught that ball and I had slumped off the couch and was on my knees saying “why does this keep happening?” and that fourth title seemed as if it would never come.
Cooks was pretty deep in the end zone. Should he have come forward a couple steps?
Poor Matt Ryan.
1 for 12 throwing to Hogan (6), White (4) and Michel (2).
20 for 23 throwing to Edelman, Gronk, CP and Burkhead.
I wouldn’t t call it fact... it was far from underrated. Only play the rams even sniffed the end zone. Huge play no matter how u slice it
Goff waited too long to throw it. His Achilles Heel.