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* - Only two teams scored a touchdown on their first possession of the 2010 season: The New England Patriots and the defending Super Bowl Champion Saints.

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* - The Patriots scored at least 7 points in every quarter last week for the 12th time since 2005, the most such games in the league in that span:

12 - New England Patriots
8 - Indianapolis Colts
6 - Cincinnati Bengals

13 different teams have NEVER done it since the start of the 2005 season (81 games).

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* - The Jets were one of just two teams that did not have a pass play of 20+ yards last week (the other being Kansas City). New York averaged about 2.5 such completions per game in 2009.

Somewhat related: The Jets have not had a pass play of 25+ yards in their last 3 regular season games. Prior to that stretch, they had at least one such big play in 17 straight games. The Philadelphia Eagles have had at least one pass play gain 25+ yards in their last 16 straight games, the longest current streak in the NFL.

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* - The Jets managed just 60 net passing yards, the fewest since they recorded just 45 in 2006. The Jets’ last two regular season games include two of the four lowest net passing yardage totals by the club since 1979:

45 - 10/8/06 vs Jacksonville
53 - 10/14/90 vs San Diego
60 - 9/13/10 vs Baltimore
63 - 1/3/10 vs Cincinnati

All except Jacksonville were Jets home games.

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* - The Jets were penalized 125 yards on Monday night, the most by a Jets team since they were flagged for 127 in 1988. The Patriots’ opponent, Cincinnati, was penalized only 5 yards, the fewest in the league last week and the 2nd time in the last 3 regular season games that the Patriots opponent has been flagged for only 5 yards.

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* - Last Sunday, 69.8% of New England’s passing yards came after the catch (YAC yards), the highest percentage in the league and the 7th highest percentage by the Pats in a game since 2000 (min. 200 pass yards). Last season, the Pats were 9th at 50.1%.

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* - The Patriots failed to record a rushing touchdown in the first half last Sunday, snapping a streak of 9 consecutive games with (exactly) one. It was the longest such streak in the NFL since at least 2005. Who has the longest current streak of games with a first half rushing TD? The Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns, with 3 each.

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* - The Jets have thrown exactly one 4th quarter TD pass in their last 26 games.

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* - The Patriots had 2 “return” touchdowns last week (interception and kickoff return). It was the first time that they’ve had 2 return scores in a game since 12/5/04 against the Browns. They’ve had multiple return touchdowns 23 times now since 1961.

Note that the Jets allowed 7 return touchdowns last season, the 3rd most in the NFL. The Pats had just 3 such TD’s in 2009.

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* - For a big time defense, the Jets allowed a lot of long drives (10+ plays) last year, ranking 11th with 24 (the same number as allowed by the Patriots). In week one, the Jets allowed no such drives while New England allowed a league high 4.

What’s more, the Pats allowed 24 points on those 4 drives, nearly one-third of the total they allowed on 10+ play drives during all of last season.

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* - The Patriots lost just 218 yards last season on negative plays, the fewest in the NFL. Last Sunday, they lost just 3 such yards, again the fewest in the NFL. The Jets defense racked up 36 negative yards on Monday, 5th most in the league.

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* - New Englandwas one of just two teams that did not have their quarterback get sacked last week (the other being Cleveland). In 2009, the Pats had 6 different “sackless” games (and are now at 5 of their last 6 counting last Sunday).

Only the Colts (8) had more games last season without suffering a QB sack.

Note that the Jets have 2+ sacks in 10 of their last 11 games.

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* - The Patriots allowed an NFL high 26 first downs last week in their win over the Bengals. 21 of those came through the air (also an NFL high). It tied the team record for most passing first downs allowed in a game won by the Patriots, matching 11/23/97 versus Miami and 11/12/95, also versus Miami.

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* - The Jets managed only 6 first downs last week, which was an NFL low. It was the fewest by the Jets since they began tracking the stat in 1991. Only 2 of those 6 came through the air, also their lowest ever.

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* - The Patriots have 11 or more first downs by passing in each of their last 10 consecutive games. Only the Colts have a longer streak going (16).

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* - New York’s average starting field position last week was the 39.8 yard line, the 3rd best average in the NFL. They ranked 2nd last season (32.4). New England was good, too, with an average start at the 36.5 last week (6th) after ranking 15th in 2009.

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* - New York was one of only four NFL teams that did not record an offensive TD last week. One of those four (Washington) did manage a touchdown on a fumble return.

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* - The Patriots completed 71% of their passes last week with no interceptions and no sacks. It was just the 3rd time in team history that they’ve completed 70+% with no INT and no sacks (min. 30 attempts):

9/12/10 versus Cincinnati
11/18/07 versus Buffalo
12/18/94 versus Buffalo

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* - The Jets were dangerous on punt returns last week, averaging 15.5 yards per return. Their longest return was 32 yards and they averaged 10 yards on the three others. The Patriots don’t allow many chances on punt returns, though. They allowed the fewest punt returns in the league last season (20) and were one of only two teams that did not allow a return in week one.

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* - The Patriots led the NFL with a 69.2% conversion rate on 3rd down, going 9 for 13. That included a stellar 6 for 7 on 3rd and 5 yards or fewer to go. Last season, the Pats were 8th on overall 3rd down conversions (43.7%) and 17th on 3rd and 5 or fewer (54%).

Note that the Jets went just 1 for 11 (30th) in 3rd down offense and were an even worse 31st in 3rd down defense after allowing Baltimore to convert 11 of 19 (57.9%) on Monday. That included a 5 for 8 performance on 3rd and 6+. Last season, the Jets led the NFL in overall 3rd down defense (31.5%) and in 3rd and 6+ defense (21.1%). Quite a turnaround so far.

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* - New England allowed Cincinnati to go 3 for 3 on 4th down last Sunday, just the 4th time since 1991 that they’ve allowed 3 or more conversions without at stop (all went 3 for 3):

9/12/10 - vs Cincinnati
10/21/07 - vs Miami
10/27/96 - vs Buffalo
11/23/97 - vs Miami

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* - The Jets gave up 6 first downs via penalty last week, their most since at least 1991. The most allowed in a game by any team? The Lions allowed 9 first downs by penalty in a 20-7 loss to Dallas in 2005.

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* - The Patriots began only 1 drive inside their 20 last Sunday and they converted it into a touchdown. Last year, they managed only 5 touchdowns on 42 such drives, the 15th highest percentage in the league.

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* - The Jets allowed 4 pass plays of 25+ yards last Monday, the most allowed by the Jets defense since 2004, snapping a streak of 80 games allowing fewer than 4 such big plays. So now the longest such streaks belong to Chicago (81), Indianapolis (67), San Diego (46), Buffalo (22), and Cincinnati (21). All other teams have allowed 4+ such plays in a game since the start of last season.

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* - In 2009, the Patriots struggled when they started drives on their opponents’ side of the field, scoring points just 54% of the time (26th) and averaging 2.75 points per possession (also 26th). Last week? Zero points in two opportunities.

The Jets, on the other hand, allowed the lowest scoring percentage on such drives (40%) and lowest average points (1.47) in the NFL last season. Last week? Zero points in one opportunity.

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* - The Jets have not allowed a touchdown pass in the first half in any of their last 7 games and allowed just 2 such passes since the start of last season. The 2 first half TD passes allowed last season is the fewest since they’ve tracked the stat (1991).

The Patriots have thrown 7 such TD passes in their last 7 games and 19 since the start of last season. Something’s gotta give.

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* - The Pats were one of only eight teams that did not fumble last week. This after they led the NFL in fumble avoidance in 2009 by fumbling on just 1.03% of their offensive touches. They had 7 different games in 2009 in which they had zero fumbles, more than any other team. Green Bay, Indianapolis, and San Diego each had 6 such games.

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* - The Jets held Baltimore to just 1 first down out of 26 tries on 2nd down last Monday, including 0 for 19 on 2nd and 6 or more yards to go.

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* - Last Sunday, the Pats had 21 rushes that DID NOT gain 10 or more yards. On those 21 “shorts”, they averaged 3.95 yards per carry, the highest in the NFL on such carries. The Jets ranked 6th in that category, averaging 3.06 yards on 18 “shorts”. Last season, the Patriots averaged 2.79 on such carries (6th) while the Jets were 10th at 2.66.

Note that the Jets defense allowed a 2.28 average on “shorts” last season, ranked 4th. The battle in the trenches.

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* - The Bengals completed 13 of 15 passes (86.7%) last week when the Patriots blitzed, the highest such percentage against Patriots blitzes since they began tracking the stat in 1991 (min. 15 attempts):

86.7% - vs Cincinnati (9/12/10)
73.3% - vs Jacksonville (12/27/09)
73.3% - vs Denver (10/11/09)

Yikes. Those top two came in the last three regular season games.

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* - Last season, only 12 of 63 scoring drives by the Jets were less than 40 yards (19%). Last week, all 3 of their scores came on such drives. New England allowed only 4 such scoring drives last year (9%; 4th) and none last week.

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* - The Patriots punted just once last week for 43 yards, better than their league worst 39.0 average last season. Every other team punted at least twice last weekend, just like last season when everybody had more punts than the Patriots (57).

New England had 3 games with one or fewer punts last season. Only one other team (San Diego) had as many as 2 such games.

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* - Only 3 teams did not allow a run of 10+ yards last week and one of those teams was the Jets, snapping a streak in which they had allowed at least one such rush in 24 straight games. Thing is, the Jets’ opponent last Monday, Baltimore, had at least one rush of 10 or more yards in their previous 71 consecutive games dating back to November, 2005.

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* - After leading the NFL in 1st down efficiency last season (55% of their 1st down plays gained 4+ yards), the Patriots are at it again. They were “successful” on 64% of 1st down plays last Sunday, 2nd only to Houston (69%).

Be sure to note that the Jets allowed 4+ yards on 1st down just 33% of the time last Monday (2nd) after leading the league last year (38%).

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* - Last season, the Jets put 41.5% of their kickoffs into the end zone (15th). This year, they’re 0 for 4.

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BROADCAST INFORMATION

TELEVISION: This week's game will be broadcast to a regional audience by CBS and can be seen in Boston on WBZ-TV Channel 4. Jim Nantz will handle play-byplay duties with Phil Simms providing color.

NATIONAL RADIO: This week's game will be broadcast to a national audience by the Westwood One Radio Sports. Howard David and Tony Boselli will call the game.

RADIO: 98.5 FM, The Sports Hub, is the flagship station for the Patriots Radio Network. A complete listing of the network's 36 stations can be found here. Play-by-play broadcaster Gil Santos is in his 34th season as the voice of the Patriots and will call the action along with Patriots Hall of Famer Gino Cappelletti. Santos and Cappelletti are celebrating their 27th season as a tandem.

DIVISIONAL DOMINANCE
The New England Patriots own a 43-13 (.768) record in regular season AFC East games since the beginning of the 2001 season, compiling the best intra-division record of any team in the NFL over the last eight seasons. The Patriots finished 4-2 in the division in 2009.

SERIES HISTORY
The Patriots and Jets will meet for the 102nd meeting since the series between the AFC East rivals began in 1960. The series is tied at 50-50-1. The teams split the season series in Jets beating the Patriots 16-9 at the Meadowlands last season and the Patriots beating the Jets, 31-14, at Gillette Stadium last season. The Patriots have won 12 of their last 15 games against the Jets (including one playoff game). The Patriots have swept the season series 13 times, including four times under head coach Bill Belichick (2003, 04, 05, and 07). New England is 21-12 against the Jets since Robert Kraft purchased the team in 1994. New England's 50 victories over the Jets (including two playoff wins) are the second most over any single opponent, trailing only Buffalo with 59 all-time wins.

SERIES BREAKDOWN
NEW YORK 50, New England 50, 1 Tie
(Including New England 2, New York 0 in Playoffs)

Home Record: 26-24-1 (incl. 1-0 in playoffs)
Record in Foxborough: 22-18
Gillette Stadium: 6-3
Foxboro Stadium: 16-15
Record in Boston: 4-5-1
Record in Birmingham, Alabama: 0-1
Away Record: 24-26 (incl. 1-0 in playoffs)
Giants Stadium: 17-10 (incl. 1-0 playoffs)
Shea Stadium: 5-14
Polo Grounds: 2-2
Seasonal Sweeps: Jets 14 (most recent '00), Patriots 13 ('07)
Bill Belichick vs. N.Y. Jets: 15-8 (14-7 with New England)
RECENT PATRIOTS-JETS GAMES
The Patriots and Jets have played 19 times since 2001, with New England holding a 14-5 advantage in those games. Since 2003, the Patriots are 12-3 against the Jets and have allowed New York to score more than 17 points in a game just two times over that span.

PASSING PERFORMANCES
Tom Brady owns a 13-3 record against the Jets as a starting quarterback including regular-season and playoff games. Brady's 13 overall victories over the Jets are his second highest total over a single opponent, trailing only his 15 wins over the Buffalo Bills.

NFL'S BEST ROAD WARRIORS THIS DECADE
Since the start of the 2000 season, the Patriots have the third best road record with a 51-29 record, behind Indianapolis. (55- 26) and Philadelphia. (51-28-1), despite a 2-6 road record in 2009.

CONNECTIONS

Jets Quarterbacks Coach Matt Cavanaugh began his NFL playing career as a quarterback with the Patriots from 1978-82.
Jets Wide Receivers Coach Henry Ellard spent part of the 1998 season playing for the Patriots.
Jets OL Damien Woody was drafted by the Patriots out of Boston College with the 17th overall pick in the 1999 NFL Draft.
Patriots LB Marques Murrell was a member of the Jets defense for the 2007-09 seasons.
Patriots WR Wes Welker, RB Sammy Morris and Jets DL Jason Taylor were standout performers in the AFC East for the Miami Dolphins from 2004-06.
Patriots RB Fred Taylor and Jets QB Mark Brunell were key offensive weapons for the Jacksonville Jaguars, where they played as teammates from 1998-2003.
Patriots P Zoltan Mesko and Jets LB David Harris teammates at Michigan in 2006.
Patriots OL Quinn Ojinnaka and Jets TE Ben Harstock were teammates on the Atlanta Falcons in 2008
Patriots DT Myron Pryor and Jets FB John Conner spent four years as teammates at Kentucky from 2005-08.
Patriots S Patrick Chung and Jets QB Kellen Clemens were teammates at Oregon for the 2004-05 seasons.
Patriots LB Rob Ninkovich and Jets TE Dustin Keller spent the 2004-05 seasons as teammates at Purdue University.
Patriots QB Brian Hoyer and Jets S Eric Smith were teammates at Michigan State for the 2004-05 seasons.
Patriots CB Devin McCourty and Jets LB Jamaal Westerman were defensive teammates at Rutgers from 2005-08.
Jets OL Vladimir Ducasse was an All-American lineman at UMass from 2006-09, while S James Ihedigbo was also an All-American for the UMass football team from 2003-06.
Jets P Steve Weatherford and Patriots RB Fred Taylor played together for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2008.
Weatherford also played in Kansas City with Patriots S Jarrad Page in 2008 and in New Orleans with LB Rob Ninkovich in 2006.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN 2010

RANDY MOSS

Moss is in sixth place on the NFL's all-time receiving yards list with 14,524 yards and needs 685 receiving yards in 2010 to move into second place all-time, behind Jerry Rice (22,895). He needs 476 receiving yards to become the fourth player in NFL history with 15,000 receiving yards. Jerry Rice (22,895), Isaac Bruce (15,208) and Terrell Owens (15,004) are the only three other players to accomplish the feat.
Moss is 10th place on the NFL's all-time list for receptions with 931. He needs 69 receptions to become just the seventh player in NFL history with 1,000 career receptions.
Moss is in fourth place in NFL history with 149 overall touchdowns. He needs one more touchdown to become the fourth player in NFL history with at least 150 touchdowns. He needs two to join Jerry Rice (197) as the only players to top 150 touchdown catches.
Moss has recorded 1,000 receiving yards in a season 10 times in his 12-year career. Moss can join Jerry Rice (14) as the only players in NFL history with 11 seasons with 1,000 receiving yards.
TOM BRADY

Brady is 30th on the NFL'S all-time passing yard list with 31,102 yards. He needs 2,360 yards to move into the top 20.
Brady has 98 wins and needs two wins to become the 11th NFL QB to reach 100 wins.
WES WELKER

Welker has caught at least one pass in each of his 50 games as a Patriot. The last time Welker did not catch a pass in a game was 12/24/05 when he played for the Dolphins. He has a current streak of 64 straight games with at least one reception.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS

STREAKING

3
The number of consecutive seasons Randy Moss has recorded 10 or more touchdown catches to become the first Patriots player with three seasons of 10-plus TD catches. He had 23 in 2007, 11 in 2008 and an NFL-leading 13 in 2009. His nine seasons of 10 or more touchdowns tie Jerry Rice for the NFL record.

3
Wes Welker and Randy Moss became the first Patriots to have back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons in 2008 and stretched that to three straight 1,000-yard seasons after both went over 1,000 yards in 2009.

3
The number of seasons that Wes Welker has reached 100 receptions and 1,000 receiving yards to join Marvin Harrison (4), Jerry Rice (3), Herman Moore (3) and Brandon Marshall (3) as the only players to catch 100 passes and have 1,000 receiving yards in three consecutive seasons.

3
The number of consecutive seasons that the Patriots' offense has finished in the top five after finishing third in 2009, fifth in 2008 and first in 2007.

6
The number of times in NFL history that a team has had two players go three straight seasons with 1,000 yards receiving after Randy Moss and Wes Welker completed their third straight season with over 1,000 yards receiving in 2009.

7
The number of NFL receivers who have reached 14,000 receiving yards. Randy Moss became the seventh player to reach the milestone in 2009 and now has 14,524 receiving yards.

7
The number of seasons that Tom Brady has passed for more than 3,000 yards to tie the team record with Drew Bledsoe.

9
The number of consecutive seasons in which the Patriots have won nine or more regular-season games. They are the only team in the NFL to have won at least nine games in each of the last nine seasons entering 2010.

70
The number of times that Brady has thrown two more touchdowns in a game. The Patriots are 60-10 when he throws for two or more touchdowns.

173
The number of consecutive home games the Patriots have sold out. The streak includes every preseason, regular-season and playoff game since the 1994 regular-season opener.

THE KRAFT ERA

3
The number of Super Bowl championships the Patriots have won since Robert Kraft purchased the team in 1994. That mark is the highest total in the NFL over that span. Only Denver (2; 1997 and 1998) and Pittsburgh (2; 2005 and 2008) have won multiple Super Bowl titles since 1994.

5
The number of conference championships the Patriots have won since Robert Kraft purchased the team in 1994. That mark is the highest total in the NFL over that span. Pittsburgh is second with three conference titles since 1994.

17
The number of playoff games the Patriots have won since Robert Kraft purchased the team in 1994. That mark is the highest total in the NFL over that span. Pittsburgh ranks second with 15 playoff wins over that span.

25
The number of playoff games the Patriots have appeared in since 1994. The mark is the highest in the NFL, ahead of the 23 games played by Pittsburgh.

THE BELICHICK ERA

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Bill Belichick is one of just four coaches to win three championships since the Super Bowl era began. Belichick joins three members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the exclusive club (Chuck Knoll 4, Joe Gibbs 3 and Bill Walsh 3). Belichick is the only coach to win three Super Bowls in the post-1993 salary cap era and the only one to ever win three in four years.

108-37
The Patriots' regular-season record since 2001 under Head Coach Bill Belichick. Under Belichick, the Patriots have won 74.5 percent of their regular-season games, recording the highest winning percentage of any major American professional sports team over that span.





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 7 years ago '04        #3
tommymm96 2 heat pts
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Can't wait.
 7 years ago '06        #4
beantown 74 heat pts74 OP
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 tommymm96 said:
Can't wait.
:rasta:

The Jets scored exactly 1 fourth quarter touchdown in the last 26 games, last in the NFL.

I like our chances but our offense needs to be on point.
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 P. Dedos said:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

hope for alot of injures on both sides
Why? If the Dolphins are as good as their fans say they shouldnt need injuries to win the division
 7 years ago '04        #6
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f**k I have to work. I want to see this.

I know it's going to be a good game
 7 years ago '06        #7
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 P. Dedos said:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

hope for alot of injures on both sides
Ain't gonna help the fins either way homie
 7 years ago '06        #8
beantown 74 heat pts74 OP
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This game thread>> the other game thread

I don't even know why non-fans of either team would make game threads but
 7 years ago '05        #9
Stupendamatic 117 heat pts117
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Pats got this...
 7 years ago '12        #10
DoMieD 5 heat pts
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Pats will beat Em pretty Easily IMO
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 keithbm1111 said:
Why? If the Dolphins are as good as their fans say they shouldnt need injuries to win the division
They're not
 7 years ago '07        #12
keithbm1111 97 heat pts97
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I'll be invading the new Meadowlands Sunday, I cant wait. Gonna be f**knig awesome if we win
 7 years ago '10        #13
jbn2233 2 heat pts
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Pats are clearing going to stomp them out
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beantown 74 heat pts74 OP
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 keithbm1111 said:
Why? If the Dolphins are as good as their fans say they shouldnt need injuries to win the division


They're not gonna be winning s**t. They'll be lucky to get a wildcard spot. Chad Henne the savior
 09-17-2010, 02:36 PM         #15
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hope both teams suffer serious injuries and game ends in a tie.
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 Joehook said:
hope both teams suffer serious injuries and game ends in a tie.
@ being a dolphins/heat/ and then a Yankee fan
 7 years ago '12        #17
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27-10
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 P. Dedos said:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

hope for alot of injures on both sides
what a pus*y..

I thought the Dolphins are that good?
 09-17-2010, 05:23 PM         #19
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Tom Brady was the first player named Tom Brady to wear a number 12 and pass for over a yard on Sunday, since 2001 he leads the NFL in that stat.
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 beantown said:
@ being a dolphins/heat/ and then a Yankee fan
whats your point?

Ive been watching baseball b4 you were born
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