Official Minnesota @ New England Haloween match, Moss back to NE!

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 7 years ago '05        #301
carden2 15 heat pts15
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 justindlawson said:
why are we so good?
cause your coach knows how to coach players and use players to the best of their ability.

i mean he really is one of the best to ever know the game.
 7 years ago '06        #302
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Good win

Hope Favre is alright, he did take a rough hit there. Defense did a good job pretty much the whole night was really happy about that.

Now it's time for the idiots at ESPN to start obsessing over whether or not Favre will start next week and how great Tavaris Jackson was on that 1 yard pass he completed.
 7 years ago '06        #303
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 carden2 said:
cause your coach knows how to coach players and use players to the best of their ability.

i mean he really is one of the best to ever know the game.

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 10-31-2010, 06:33 PM         #304
smokeweed101.  OP
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Yea the stat wh0ores will pull out the numbers

Oh Tjax with 50 in trash time against prevent d, Brady with only 1 TD, they suck without Randy.

Just admit we handle business people.
 7 years ago '05        #305
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 smokeweed101. said:
Yea the stat wh0ores will pull out the numbers

Oh Tjax with 50 in trash time against prevent d, Brady with only 1 TD, they suck without Randy.

Just admit we handle business people.
i like the run game ben jarvis ellis is nasty. i think dude is hella solid. pretty much what new england is usually lacking is a good running back. i mean the committee s**t got old as f**k fast. you need a reliable guy.
 7 years ago '09        #306
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hopefully the diva can bounce back and win some more games this season. i aint tryna see him go out like that. oh s**t randy just came out on some gangster s**t!!! B fitted too !!!
 7 years ago '08        #307
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 TheMagicMan said:
RIP Brett Favre's NFL Career

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 7 years ago '07        #308
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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Moss just went off

Im in tears
 7 years ago '06        #309
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what did moss say?
 10-31-2010, 08:10 PM         #310
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what did moss say?
That he regrets joining a one year show with a s**tty coach and clown at QB. I don't know why he or the media and fans thought it was a huge move, on either side.
 7 years ago '08        #311
CarmeloStarks 93 heat pts93
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I wish Robert Kraft would find a way to get Moss back and let him finish his career wit us
 7 years ago '06        #312
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 smokeweed101. said:
That he regrets joining a one year show with a s**tty coach and clown at QB. I don't know why he or the media and fans thought it was a huge move, on either side.

no way he really said that?


i hope he did tho
 7 years ago '07        #313
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just got back form the game...great win. Great to see Brett get carted off, i dont care how f**ked up it sounds, I'm happy. f**k Favre
 10-31-2010, 08:17 PM         #314
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"Well, I'm going to go ahead and start this thing off. I'm going to go ahead and say this. I feel like I said something a couple of weeks ago. Look, I got fined 25,000 dollars for not talking to you all, and me personally, I really don't care. But at the same time, I do ... answer questions throughout the week, and for the league to fine me 25,000 dollars -- I'm not going to answer any more questions for the rest of this year. If it's going to be an interview, I'm going to conduct it. So, I'll answer my own questions, ask myself the questions and then give you all the answers. So, from here on out, I'm not answering any more questions for the rest of this season.

"Enough said of that. Now we get to the game. (deep breath) Trying, trying, trying to ... ah, let me hold it down. All right. I really haven't had a chance to really talk to the guys, so this was no disrespect to the Minnesota Vikings and their organization. The captains -- (Vince) Wilfork, Tommy Boy (Brady), (Jerod) Mayo. Am I forgetting somebody? Kevin Faulk. Man, I miss them guys, man. I miss the team. It was hard for me to come here and play. Been an up-and-down rollercoaster emotionally all week. And then to be able to come in here and see those guys running plays that I know what they're doing, and the success they had on the field, the running game -- so, I kind of know what kind of feeling they have in their locker room, man, and I just want to be able to tell the guys that I miss the hell out of them. Every last helmet in that locker room, man.

"I mean, Deion Branch came up to me after the game, and I've never really had a chance to meet Deion Branch, but it was definitely a pleasure to meet him. Coach(Bill) Belichick, he gave me an opportunity to be a part of something special, and that's something I really take to heart. I actually salute Coach Belichick and his team for the success they've had before me, during me and after me. So, I'm actually stuck for words, just because the fact that -- man, this is just a lot of memories here.

"To the New England Patriots fans, that ovation at the end of the game -- that really felt heartwarming. I think I actually shedded a tear for that. But like I said, man, it's been an emotional rollercoaster this whole week. I tried to prepare. Tried to talk to the players and coaches about how this game was going to be played and a couple tendencies here, couple tendencies here. The bad part about it -- you have six days to prepare for a team, and on the seventh day, that Sunday, meaning today, I guess they come over to me and say, 'Dag, Moss, you was right about a couple plays and a couple schemes they were going to run.' It hurts as a player that you put a lot of hard work in all week, and toward the end of the week, Sunday, when you get on the field, that's when they acknowledge about the hard work you put in throughout the week. That's actually a disappointment.

"I can't really say enough about this team, this organization. I met with Ms. Kraft before the game, because I really didn't have a chance to talk to her before I left, and I just thanked Ms. Kraft for the opportunity to let me be a part of something special. The New England Patriots has always been a special organization and I've always watched from afar, and when I got drafted by Minnesota (in 1998), and I think I said this a couple weeks ago, I felt obligated to try to bring a Super Bowl to Minnesota. And this season's still not over.

"Do I know what next season and the future's going to bring? No, I do not. But all I can say is, man, it's a lot of work that we leave on the field each day. It's a lot of film study that we leave in that room each day. I know how hard these guys work here in New England, and (all) that I really tried to do is take what the best coach in football history has brought upon me, or the knowledge that he's given me about the game of football, and I tried to just sprinkle it off to the guys the best way I know how.

"So, I'm going to go ahead and end this, this interview. I have my family to see. Definitely down that we lost this game, because I didn't really expect for us to lose this game knowing that we had a few things that we had to clean up. But like I said, they played a good game. I wish we could have had that three at the end of the half. Maybe could have been different, maybe not. ...

"I don't know how many more times I'm going to be up here in New England, but I'm going to leave the New England Patriots, Coach Belichick, man, with a salute, man. I love you guys, I miss you, I'm out."
 10-31-2010, 08:19 PM         #315
smokeweed101.  OP
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New Reichland wins again, you can't hold us hostage, its a dictatorship.

Craziest thing about this is we haven't played a complete game all year, lets hope the winter brings out our best with home field.
 7 years ago '09        #316
TriniSoldier 64 heat pts64
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 jj01 said:
no way he really said that?


i hope he did tho
 7 years ago '08        #317
CarmeloStarks 93 heat pts93
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 TheMagicMan said:
RIP Brett Favre's NFL Career

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 smokeweed101. said:
"Well, I'm going to go ahead and start this thing off. I'm going to go ahead and say this. I feel like I said something a couple of weeks ago. Look, I got fined 25,000 dollars for not talking to you all, and me personally, I really don't care. But at the same time, I do ... answer questions throughout the week, and for the league to fine me 25,000 dollars -- I'm not going to answer any more questions for the rest of this year. If it's going to be an interview, I'm going to conduct it. So, I'll answer my own questions, ask myself the questions and then give you all the answers. So, from here on out, I'm not answering any more questions for the rest of this season.

"Enough said of that. Now we get to the game. (deep breath) Trying, trying, trying to ... ah, let me hold it down. All right. I really haven't had a chance to really talk to the guys, so this was no disrespect to the Minnesota Vikings and their organization. The captains -- (Vince) Wilfork, Tommy Boy (Brady), (Jerod) Mayo. Am I forgetting somebody? Kevin Faulk. Man, I miss them guys, man. I miss the team. It was hard for me to come here and play. Been an up-and-down rollercoaster emotionally all week. And then to be able to come in here and see those guys running plays that I know what they're doing, and the success they had on the field, the running game -- so, I kind of know what kind of feeling they have in their locker room, man, and I just want to be able to tell the guys that I miss the hell out of them. Every last helmet in that locker room, man.

"I mean, Deion Branch came up to me after the game, and I've never really had a chance to meet Deion Branch, but it was definitely a pleasure to meet him. Coach(Bill) Belichick, he gave me an opportunity to be a part of something special, and that's something I really take to heart. I actually salute Coach Belichick and his team for the success they've had before me, during me and after me. So, I'm actually stuck for words, just because the fact that -- man, this is just a lot of memories here.

"To the New England Patriots fans, that ovation at the end of the game -- that really felt heartwarming. I think I actually shedded a tear for that. But like I said, man, it's been an emotional rollercoaster this whole week. I tried to prepare. Tried to talk to the players and coaches about how this game was going to be played and a couple tendencies here, couple tendencies here. The bad part about it -- you have six days to prepare for a team, and on the seventh day, that Sunday, meaning today, I guess they come over to me and say, 'Dag, Moss, you was right about a couple plays and a couple schemes they were going to run.' It hurts as a player that you put a lot of hard work in all week, and toward the end of the week, Sunday, when you get on the field, that's when they acknowledge about the hard work you put in throughout the week. That's actually a disappointment.

"I can't really say enough about this team, this organization. I met with Ms. Kraft before the game, because I really didn't have a chance to talk to her before I left, and I just thanked Ms. Kraft for the opportunity to let me be a part of something special. The New England Patriots has always been a special organization and I've always watched from afar, and when I got drafted by Minnesota (in 1998), and I think I said this a couple weeks ago, I felt obligated to try to bring a Super Bowl to Minnesota. And this season's still not over.

"Do I know what next season and the future's going to bring? No, I do not. But all I can say is, man, it's a lot of work that we leave on the field each day. It's a lot of film study that we leave in that room each day. I know how hard these guys work here in New England, and (all) that I really tried to do is take what the best coach in football history has brought upon me, or the knowledge that he's given me about the game of football, and I tried to just sprinkle it off to the guys the best way I know how.

"So, I'm going to go ahead and end this, this interview. I have my family to see. Definitely down that we lost this game, because I didn't really expect for us to lose this game knowing that we had a few things that we had to clean up. But like I said, they played a good game. I wish we could have had that three at the end of the half. Maybe could have been different, maybe not. ...

"I don't know how many more times I'm going to be up here in New England, but I'm going to leave the New England Patriots, Coach Belichick, man, with a salute, man. I love you guys, I miss you, I'm out."

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 7 years ago '08        #318
CarmeloStarks 93 heat pts93
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My n*gga Randy still rockin tha Red Sox fitted


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 7 years ago '06        #319
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was talkin about him s**tting on favre, that would have been beautiful to watch in an interview
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