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Old 10-08-2012, 03:08 PM   #26
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One of those days. The Patriots are simply the better team, at this point. McGahee runs hard, he's a good pass blocker, and gets a pass from me for that performance yesterday. On the sordid list of reasons for the loss, Willis M is down the list a ways.
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This.

I am upset it happened bust he is still a beast. Forgive him, he had a bad game.
exactly.

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I felt like pulling a Hemingway when I saw him fumble.
Ah writing a book..

Please by all means do so and stop making stupid posts here.. make them in your book..
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:09 PM   #29
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He was the William Hung of head coaches.
Eh, sort of...William Hung was lovable, in a laughable sort of way. There's nothing lovable about McDaniels. But, I get your point...
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One of those days. The Patriots are simply the better team, at this point. McGahee runs hard, he's a good pass blocker, and gets a pass from me for that performance yesterday. On the sordid list of reasons for the loss, Willis M is down the list a ways.
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would you expect anything less?
sure a lot of pissing and moaning after losing a game no one but a moron expected to get a win in an away game against a very good team....
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sure a lot of pissing and moaning after losing a game no one but a moron expected to get a win in an away game against a very good team....
par for the course.
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par for the FORUM.

FIXED THAT FOR YOU..
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:15 PM   #35
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He had what was essentially 2 turnovers with the 4th down drop and the fumble. In the moment after the fumble I was pissed, but after calming down I remembered how good he has been for us. Easily the best RB we have had in years.

Hopefully he comes out next week and plays with a little fire in him to get the taste of this game out of his mouth.
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:16 PM   #36
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One of those days. The Patriots are simply the better team, at this point. McGahee runs hard, he's a good pass blocker, and gets a pass from me for that performance yesterday. On the sordid list of reasons for the loss, Willis M is down the list a ways.
The patties are not a better team GTFO ! We could have won that game easily. Oh and I'm supposed to tell you your mom called. She bought more peanut butter and the dogs getting antsy.
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The patties are not a better team GTFO ! We could have won that game easily. Oh and I'm supposed to tell you your mom called. She bought more peanut butter and the dogs getting antsy.
It's the end of the season that counts, bro. By then we will be the better team!!!!!!!!!

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The patties are not a better team GTFO ! We could have won that game easily. Oh and I'm supposed to tell you your mom called. She bought more peanut butter and the dogs getting antsy.

Cool story, bro. Could've won that game easily? Somebody obviously is hopped up on meth or just flat out didn't watch the game. It's OK to admit this team isn't the hybrid of the 85 Bears and 98 Broncos.
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He had what was essentially 2 turnovers with the 4th down drop and the fumble. In the moment after the fumble I was pissed, but after calming down I remembered how good he has been for us. Easily the best RB we have had in years.

Hopefully he comes out next week and plays with a little fire in him to get the taste of this game out of his mouth.
I saw them as he was trying to hard.. sometimes crap happens.. fighting for the extra yard and on the drop looking to see where he was going after the catch after all he is a good RB at catching the ball but he is still a RB..
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The patties are not a better team GTFO ! We could have won that game easily. Oh and I'm supposed to tell you your mom called. She bought more peanut butter and the dogs getting antsy.
if you think that NE is not a better team than us.. Look back a few games and tell me they have not kicked our asses a couple of times..

BTW how many trips to the Superbowl's have they had, since we last sniffed one..

time to think if that is possible ..
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A maniac got loose in the equipment facility and buttered all the balls!! Word has it to be a Patriot spy.
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:44 PM   #42
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Willis was McDs best singing hands down.
Well if he actually had signed him.
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:46 PM   #43
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The patties are not a better team GTFO ! We could have won that game easily. Oh and I'm supposed to tell you your mom called. She bought more peanut butter and the dogs getting antsy.

That is funny as hell!
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Ah writing a book..

Please by all means do so and stop making stupid posts here.. make them in your book..
Yes because that's what he meant. He saw the fumble and said, hmm, I want to write a book. Or perhaps if you knew anything about Hemingway, you'd know the man committed suicide and is more likely a reference to that.

Personally I thought it was a very witty way of phrasing an over dramatic statement of being driven to suicidal thoughts by a bad football play.

And it is even funnier to me given the OM's meltdown and how many threads are cropping up that make it seem like posters are enmasse pulling Hemingways.
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He's been solid this year. Some mistakes he needs to clean up for sure but when I watch the games, he's getting all the yards that are there to be had and then some with nice physical running after contact. 2 reasons why you would want to search for a new back.

1) when you see lanes there in tape and the runner can't find them and doesn't have good feel on timing and how to use blocking (see Lance Ball).

2) Mistakes - a consistent display of mistakes. If they don't make the right call on blitz pick up, turning the ball over, dropping passes.


I'd say we have no problem with #1. I don't think anybody could argue McGahee has great vision and feel for running. He's had some mistakes as far as fumbles. Some bad timing on some of them and he certainly can clean that area up. I haven't seen him drop too many passes this year so I don't think that's an issue. I think people are just over reacting to that dropped pass in last game.
Look at it this way Walton had a all off season to stew in that brew... Our RB will get some of these crap heads off him probably next week.

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Old 10-08-2012, 03:58 PM   #46
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Well if he actually had signed him.
Yes I saw that later in reading the thread. I was hoping nobody would notice.
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Yes because that's what he meant. He saw the fumble and said, hmm, I want to write a book. Or perhaps if you knew anything about Hemingway, you'd know the man committed suicide and is more likely a reference to that.

Personally I thought it was a very witty way of phrasing an over dramatic statement of being driven to suicidal thoughts by a bad football play.

And it is even funnier to me given the OM's meltdown and how many threads are cropping up that make it seem like posters are enmasse pulling Hemingways.

I believe Hemingway also had sex with Franciso Franco, maybe that's what he meant.
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A maniac got loose in the equipment facility and buttered all the balls!! Word has it to be a Patriot spy.
I think we got a winner .. probably more like McD had all our calls that **** is a cheat. we have the same OC... you know I think we all should start to throw a stink that he needs some time off like the saits coach..
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I believe Hemingway also had sex with Franciso Franco, maybe that's what he meant.
dude that would be even better...fumble and sex, that is a good linkage. OMG, though now it makes my post more disturbing because if pulling a hemingway is about having sex, then an OM enmasse pulling a Hemingway means um, oh dear...bad, all bad.
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:03 PM   #50
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Ah writing a book..

Please by all means do so and stop making stupid posts here.. make them in your book..



Yeah, I'm going to call it "The Old Man and the S-hiiiiiiiit he fumbled the ball!"
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