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mwill07
10-12-2009, 09:23 AM
up until yesterday:


the Pats were 53-0 when they won the turnover battle, dating back 6 years. The last time they lsot a game that they had the edge in turnovers was in 2002, when they lost at home to Denver.

Tom Brady was 7-0 in OT games (Per TV announcers last night - I can't find the stats to back that up)

Tom Brady has a winning record (or at least even) vs every team in the NFL minus one - he is now 1-6 vs Denver.

Dandaman
10-12-2009, 09:24 AM
it was 7-0 in OT games, not playoff games

Tombstone RJ
10-12-2009, 09:26 AM
Yah, I love how essspin totally ignored the pats record against the Broncos, esp. under the Bellicheck staff.

Esssspen wants to focus on how Bellicheck's understudies do against him instead of show how poorly the Pats have played against the Broncos over the last 10 years or so.

Complete domination by the Broncos (credit Shanny for this too).

mwill07
10-12-2009, 09:30 AM
it was 7-0 in OT games, not playoff games

doh!
That's what I meant to type. fixed.

ScottXray
10-12-2009, 09:30 AM
up until yesterday:


the Pats were 53-0 when they won the turnover battle, dating back 6 years. The last time they lsot a game that they had the edge in turnovers was in 2002, when they lost at home to Denver.

Tom Brady was 7-0 in OT games (Per TV announcers last night - I can't find the stats to back that up)

Tom Brady has a winning record (or at least even) vs every team in the NFL minus one - he is 1-6 vs Denver.


Fixed it for ya.

mwill07
10-12-2009, 09:33 AM
man, I'm good at digging up the stats, but suck at presenting them accurately. guess that's not why I'm a journalist.