I learned in the MVP thread that his rushing td was basically irrelevant and not very valuable since it was only from the one and they would have scored there anyway.Brady only showed up for like 2 throwing TDs too. The fact that he was way off on all of those dropped passes is similar to Jones 'falling' on Smith for the sack. He was supposed to motivated. Guess not.
That's where I'm at. I'm confident versus either team, but no fear against the Steelers at home. Denver's defense is legit and playing at home I could see a gritty game that comes down to a few plays and ref calls either way. I'd still take the Pats, but....the Steelers will be a surer bet.I'll take Pittsburgh. That Denver defense concerns me. The officiating concerns me. Playing in Denver concerns me. Meanwhile the Patriots own the Steelers.
I saw cheap airfare and went completely dumb and blind to anything else at that moment. At any rate I also remembered I have a good friend (I must be a really great friend if I forgot that huh?) who lives in Kissimmee so I've lined up watching with him and his fam should the Pats get there. Self created crisis averted.Especially when your team has been in 6 of them recently. I specifically booked my week in Florida the week before the Super Bowl to kill time before the Pats play.
Let me know how you make out in case my friends plans fall throughI have a similar crisis as Mr. Costanza. Stupid me booked a trip to Orlando next week, so I will be there for the AFCCG.
Not staying at any of the parks, our hotel (Caribe Royale) is just off of International Drive. So I need recommendations for a place to watch the game.
If we don't win next week, when will we win a playoff game there?The Belichick-Brady Patriots are 2-6 in Denver, 0-2 in the playoffs. Enough of the 'house of horrors' bullcrap. Barring injury, there is no reason that New England shouldn't roll next weekend. Let's do this.
He missed significant snaps today and his arm was dangling the entire time. He's also a hothead who can't resist spouting off what's on his mind, it actually almost sounded like a message to coaches that he didn't want to be out there, given his arm. He's clearly hurt significantly.I don't believe that bullshit for a second. Gamesmanship has already begun.
I thought he played a lot of snaps, but I'm probably wrong. He looked OK on one tackle in particular late in the game - I think on the drive that the French guy fumbled.He missed significant snaps today and his arm was dangling the entire time. He's also a hothead who can't resist spouting off what's on his mind, it actually almost sounded like a message to coaches that he didn't want to be out there, given his arm. He's clearly hurt significantly.
the disrespect this meme is showing Rich Gannon really annoys me, especially since it misses a Brady SuperBowl.Seen on Twitter - AFC QBs in the Super Bowl: