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Postby M&M12 » Thu Jul 21, 2005 12:28 pm

I hope that McGahee plays well, it would be a great story if he has a great career. But I think with J.P running the show they are going to key on McGahee and it might hurt his production.

I see that you are a Pitt fan, how to you think Burger is going to do this season?
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Postby TitaniumTitan » Wed Aug 03, 2005 7:27 pm

Wow, I never realized those great stats. Thanks for the post!
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Thanks Joshy and CrimDogg for there awesome sigs.
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Postby BrutallyHuge » Wed Aug 10, 2005 11:09 am

Patriots Key to Success: Mugging Receivers in the playoffs.

The refs are in tha Pats' pocketz.
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Postby maddog60 » Wed Aug 10, 2005 12:02 pm

And here I thought it was the human growth hormones Belichek sprinkles into the players water every morning...

Order "See you next year" cards for Philly fans.


We'll be there, will you? }:-) [/quote]
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Postby irishclown » Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:05 am

Patriots Key to Success: Mugging Receivers in the playoffs.

The refs are in tha Pats' pocketz.


Awwww, poor wittle receivers, can't take a wittle bump!!
Thats funny stuff man, another solid post from Mr. Huge....

And to answer Maddog.

Yes, they'll "be there" again (the Pats)
Please Mr. Eagle fan, when you finally win a big game, LMK Ok, then you can talk. It's tough playing in that conference all year huh, but when you play the AFC, it's back to reality( Pitt., NE...etc.) BTW, how is T.O. doing??
Eagles fans make me laugh, almost as much as Indy or Pitt. fans!!!
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Postby maddog60 » Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:36 am

irishclown wrote:Yes, they'll "be there" again (the Pats)


Good, I wouldn't want anyone saying the Superbowl lacked competition win the Eagles win.

BTW, how is T.O. doing??


Luckily I need not care how he's doing. I know from watching previous years that McNabb can work sheer miracles with Pinkston and Thrash at WR, so even if he only has Lewis and Brown, it'll be an upgrade over those too. And besides, its not like TO was needed to easily dominate the NFC playoffs last year. Heck, we made Fred-Ex look good in those games. That's near impossible.

Eagles fans make me laugh, almost as much as Indy or Pitt. fans!!!


Nothing made me laugh more than all the people who thought the Superbowl was going to be a joke last year. Heck, McNabb played his worst game by far of the year and it still came down to a FG. This year, when we make sure no one poisons his Chunky Soup so he's not playing sick, then we'll see.

Got a long road ahead till they meet again, but I'd love to see a rematch of the hands down 2 best teams in the NFL this decade.
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