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PaintballCLE
01-10-2013, 03:10 PM
The last 6 playoff losses (Bellicheat era) have all come against teams they played in the regular season.

Looks good for Houston or Denver next week :)

Mile High 81
01-11-2013, 12:07 AM
The last 6 playoff losses (Bellicheat era) have all come against teams they beat in the regular season.

Looks good for Houston or Denver next week :)

Thats nor right I think. In 2005 the Broncos beat the Pats in the Reg. Season and in the Post Season.

Bacchus
01-11-2013, 06:06 AM
Did they play the Giants in the regular season last year?

Bronco Boy
01-11-2013, 06:28 AM
Did they play the Giants in the regular season last year?

Yes.

The Joker
01-11-2013, 06:44 AM
They lost to the Giants in the regular season last year.

jmz313
01-11-2013, 06:45 AM
....and the season of their first SB too.

Bronco X
01-11-2013, 06:51 AM
....and the season of their first SB too.

The pats won the regular season matchup that year... The game that got them to 16-0. Anyway not sure where the OP got this stat. In 06 they lost to the Colts who beat them in the regular season as well.

Kaylore
01-11-2013, 06:55 AM
So really, all their loses are against teams they've played in the Regular season. That tells you it was scheme the first time and the second time, when there was nothing to fool them, they were able to beat them.

jmz313
01-11-2013, 07:03 AM
The pats won the regular season matchup that year... The game that got them to 16-0. Anyway not sure where the OP got this stat. In 06 they lost to the Colts who beat them in the regular season as well.

Whoops, I mis-read the previous post. Didn't realize the Giants beat them twice last year.

Patriot 37
01-11-2013, 07:34 AM
The last 6 playoff losses (Bellicheat era) have all come against teams they beat in the regular season.

Looks good for Houston or Denver next week :)

They lost to Den (05) and NYG (11) in the regular season.

In 8 games where the Pats (in the BB era) played a team in the playoffs they beat in the regular season they are 4-4.

Bronco Boy
01-11-2013, 07:58 AM
They lost to Den (05) and NYG (11) in the regular season.

In 8 games where the Pats (in the BB era) played a team in the playoffs they beat in the regular season they are 4-4.

Several of those wins came after spying on teams though.

bronco militia
01-11-2013, 08:04 AM
Several of those wins came after spying on teams though.

oh no!

Hilarious!

Butterscotch Stallion
01-11-2013, 08:35 AM
In the second games, defenses changed their calls. All the video evidence at that point was irrelevant.

Fun trivia fact....the Patriots have won zero Super Bowl since they got caught cheating.

Patriot 37
01-11-2013, 08:46 AM
In the second games, defenses changed their calls. All the video evidence at that point was irrelevant.

Fun trivia fact....the Patriots have won zero Super Bowl since they got caught cheating.

Here an another fun trivia fact since the Spygate story broke (9-2007) Brady has twice as many post season wins than Manning.

Kaylore
01-11-2013, 08:47 AM
They lost to Den (05) and NYG (11) in the regular season.

In 8 games where the Pats (in the BB era) played a team in the playoffs they beat in the regular season they are 4-4.

How many of those games were one the road?

Oh, and **** you and **** the patriots.

Bronco Boy
01-11-2013, 09:02 AM
Here an another fun trivia fact since the Spygate story broke (9-2007) Brady has twice as many post season wins than Manning.

That just means the patriots are better at not getting caught now then they were back then.

TheManeMan
01-11-2013, 09:42 AM
Here an another fun trivia fact since the Spygate story broke (9-2007) Brady has twice as many post season wins than Manning.

Not this Manning..._i_O_i_


http://a.abcnews.go.com/images/Entertainment/gty_eli_manning_dm_120206_wg.jpg

Patriot 37
01-11-2013, 10:03 AM
Not this Manning..._i_O_i_


http://a.abcnews.go.com/images/Entertainment/gty_eli_manning_dm_120206_wg.jpg

Yeah, the clutch Manning has owned us. Lucky we don't play him this year.

TheManeMan
01-11-2013, 10:26 AM
Yeah, the clutch Manning has owned us. Lucky we don't play him this year.

Yeah and you faced the other Manning earlier this year when he was barely getting his feet wet on the field again...Good luck if they should happen to play each other next week!

Agamemnon
01-11-2013, 10:34 AM
Yeah, the clutch Manning has owned us. Lucky we don't play him this year.

If and when you get to Denver I don't think you'll be feeling very lucky at all.

Patriot 37
01-11-2013, 11:25 AM
Yeah and you faced the other Manning earlier this year when he was barely getting his feet wet on the field again...Good luck if they should happen to play each other next week!

I give you Dever fans a pass at being so confident it's your first year with Peyton. It's the playoffs and if Peyton played as well in the post season as he did in the regular season he'd have 5 rings by now. 10 times in 19 games (more than half) he scored less than 20 points in the playoffs. You think this is the best offense he's had ? Wayne, Clark, Harrison, Glenn, Saturday, Faulk and James he's played with great offenses and played many of the games in a dome.


Look if this is a regular season game then you should be confident. Your defense is definitely better than ours and your at home, but becasue it's the playoffs and I don't think Manning will put up his normal 30 points (even against our horrible pass defense) It will be a tight game.

Kaylore
01-11-2013, 11:56 AM
I give you Dever fans a pass at being so confident it's your first year with Peyton. It's the playoffs and if Peyton played as well in the post season as he did in the regular season he'd have 5 rings by now. 10 times in 19 games (more than half) he scored less than 20 points in the playoffs. You think this is the best offense he's had ? Wayne, Clark, Harrison, Glenn, Saturday, Faulk and James he's played with great offenses and played many of the games in a dome.


Look if this is a regular season game then you should be confident. Your defense is definitely better than ours and your at home, but becasue it's the playoffs and I don't think Manning will put up his normal 30 points (even against our horrible pass defense) It will be a tight game.

It's definitely not the best offense he's had. It is the best defense he's had. And this isn't the best defense you guys have had.

TheManeMan
01-11-2013, 12:27 PM
I give you Dever fans a pass at being so confident it's your first year with Peyton. It's the playoffs and if Peyton played as well in the post season as he did in the regular season he'd have 5 rings by now. 10 times in 19 games (more than half) he scored less than 20 points in the playoffs. You think this is the best offense he's had ? Wayne, Clark, Harrison, Glenn, Saturday, Faulk and James he's played with great offenses and played many of the games in a dome.


Look if this is a regular season game then you should be confident. Your defense is definitely better than ours and your at home, but becasue it's the playoffs and I don't think Manning will put up his normal 30 points (even against our horrible pass defense) It will be a tight game.


If this and if that...bottom line is Manning has never had a #2 ranked defense in his career...Regardless of his previous performances in the playoffs against the GAYtriots or any other team...This is the best overall team he has been a part of...stats don't lie...

Patriot 37
01-11-2013, 12:39 PM
It's definitely not the best offense he's had. It is the best defense he's had. And this isn't the best defense you guys have had.

True on both accounts.

trench
01-11-2013, 12:53 PM
It is the best defense he's had. That's debatable. The 2007 Colts were ranked 1st defensively in points, 3rd in yards and 2nd in takeaways/giveaways in a year where their division wielded 3 playoff teams (and the 4th team went 8-8). They proceeded to lose their first playoff game at home.

DENVERDUI55
01-12-2013, 07:55 AM
Without looking didn't tide turn in the Indy NE matchups and Manning started winning?