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    Albert Haynesworth now Chad Johnson/Ochocinco for basically nothing. Wouldn't surprise me if these malcontents flourished in New England like Corey Dillion and Randy Moss did.

    Who's next to join the Pats Ronnie Brown or Ricky Williams to help muscle up that backfield and finally drop the midgets they currently use?

    I can't stand this ****ing team.

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    Really I thought you were a big fan? Maybe I was wrong about you...

    IMO they will still fall short. I am not sure why they all of a sudden are the Redskins but it never worked for them and the Pats really haven't won anything in quite a while so let them be the favorites for the year like every year but I don't think the force is with them to win it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LasVegasGuy View Post
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    Albert Haynesworth now Chad Johnson/Ochocinco for basically nothing. Wouldn't surprise me if these malcontents flourished in New England like Corey Dillion and Randy Moss did.

    Who's next to join the Pats Ronnie Brown or Ricky Williams to help muscle up that backfield and finally drop the midgets they currently use?

    I can't stand this ****ing team.
    Flourish??What exactly did those two do for the Pats??Dillon was part of a team that never needed to run the ball and Moss didn't help them win ****.Who the he'll cares if Johnson catches 48 TDs if they don't win the SB?
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    Who the he'll cares if Johnson catches 48 TDs if they don't win the SB?
    ... Or more importantly, don't win the game against us....

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    ... Or more importantly, don't win the game against us....

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    Yeah because that would end the season for some "fans".

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    this time it's gonna blow up in their faces. the pats don't have the leaders they once had who could keep these kind of players in line. belicheat is coming back to earth on this one.
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    Chad is just going to end up getting cut or traded. You saw what happened when Moss crossed the line. BB won't hesitate.

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    Flourish??What exactly did those two do for the Pats??Dillon was part of a team that never needed to run the ball and Moss didn't help them win ****.Who the he'll cares if Johnson catches 48 TDs if they don't win the SB?

    For a team that didn't need to run the ball I believe Dillon was a 1400+ yard back and won a Super Bowl in 2004.

    Moss was a nothing in Oakland and helped the Patriots dismantle us a few times along with having an undefeated season. To make matters worse he was a miracle, head catching pass away from getting a Super Bowl ring too. Plus, doesn't he hold the record for most touchdown passes in a season while being a Patriot?

    So like I said, these guys will probably flourish like the two ******bags before him.

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    For a team that didn't need to run the ball I believe Dillon was a 1400+ yard back and won a Super Bowl in 2004.

    Moss was a nothing in Oakland and helped the Patriots dismantle us a few times along with having an undefeated season. To make matters worse he was a miracle, head catching pass away from getting a Super Bowl ring too. Plus, doesn't he hold the record for most touchdown passes in a season while being a Patriot?

    So like I said, these guys will probably flourish like the two ******bags before him.
    Have at it as far as I am concerned. I really don't care about that. I care about who wins the SB or in some cases who does not win the Super Bowl and it has been them that hasnt in quite a while so Moss's super stardom was all for not.

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    I care about who wins the SB or in some cases who does not win the Super Bowl
    Yep. That's the bottom line.

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    Albert Haynesworth now Chad Johnson/Ochocinco for basically nothing. Wouldn't surprise me if these malcontents flourished in New England like Corey Dillion and Randy Moss did.

    Who's next to join the Pats Ronnie Brown or Ricky Williams to help muscle up that backfield and finally drop the midgets they currently use?

    I can't stand this ****ing team.
    Ricky Williams went to the ravens.

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    Now they are looking at adding Houshmanzadeh .

    With Welker, Branch, Ocho, Housh, Tate and those two ****ing tight ends we can't cover we are in trouble this year.

    Instead of being beat by the customary 30 points every time we face them, with Brady, the Patriots might slap 50 or 60 on us

    Here's hoping Brady gets hurt so we at least have a shot at winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LasVegasGuy View Post
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    For a team that didn't need to run the ball I believe Dillon was a 1400+ yard back and won a Super Bowl in 2004.

    Moss was a nothing in Oakland and helped the Patriots dismantle us a few times along with having an undefeated season. To make matters worse he was a miracle, head catching pass away from getting a Super Bowl ring too. Plus, doesn't he hold the record for most touchdown passes in a season while being a Patriot?

    So like I said, these guys will probably flourish like the two ******bags before him.
    Dillon was the very last part of a team that actually won something in new England. They ran the ball, balanced Offense and a good defense. They haven't won **** since they went Air Belichick in 2007. They can recreate that 2007 Offensive team with a bunch of other old guys and until the Patriots win a Super Bowl it won;t mean **** except that perhaps, Belichick got too obsessed with throwing the ball when his teams success had been formulated on a more balanced gritty approached.

    Could give 2 ****ing ****s if the Pats win or lose against us. t meant nothing in 2004 when we killed them in the Regular Season and got killed in the Post Season. All that matters is who gets to the Super Bowl and the last time I looked, the Pittsburgh Steelers have won 2 Super Bowls since the Patriots last won one and the Steelers have to 3 since then and the Patriots to just 1
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    Housmanzedeh can definitely help a team get to the Super Bowl.

    Without his drop the Steelers may not have made it to the AFC championship last year.

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    ****** and Stinko together again? We have this game in the bag this year. Dood those guys suck. I don't care if Brady is throwing them the ball. They had a couple slightly better than mediocre years a few years ago but they suck now and are on their way to retirement. I would much rather take my chances with Brown, Wallace, Ward, Cotchery and maybe at some point Sanders will be feeling healthy and help. That is a nice combo of fast and skilled. **** the Pats. This is their time of the season. Pre-season and regular season but they forgot how to be a playoff team a long time ago. All these FA pick ups is Redskins territory. The Pats never did that when they were winning its a losing proposition.

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