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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby latsprewell20002000 » Sun Nov 23, 2008 3:52 pm

hey what do you know, he felt like playing today. Awesomenessess!!
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby kiddragonsoft » Sun Nov 23, 2008 3:59 pm

is it me or is cassell beginning to look like brady.
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby BritSox » Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:00 pm

FG makes it 13-pt lead, 41-28.

And it's got a lot more to do with Matt Cassel turning into an OK NFL Quarterback than with whether or not moss 'decides to play.'

Also, bit of a punch-up there. Will be suspensions on the NE o-line, i'd have thought.
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby BritSox » Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:20 pm

Lawfirm punches it in. 48-28 NE, 37 left on the clock.

I love how this team is playing right now.
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby latsprewell20002000 » Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:22 pm

kiddragonsoft wrote:is it me or is cassell beginning to look like brady.


Its not just you. And Brady should be worried. Maybe its not him at all. But ALL BELLY!!
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby D3C4K » Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:30 pm

latsprewell20002000 wrote:
kiddragonsoft wrote:is it me or is cassell beginning to look like brady.


Its not just you. And Brady should be worried. Maybe its not him at all. But ALL BELLY!!


Brady shouldn't worry at all - unless Cassel somehow lights up the Steelers next week... 8-o
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby whoareyou60 » Sun Nov 23, 2008 7:36 pm

Ugh....Dolphins First Round Pick needs to be a 7'0 Corner with a 4.5 40 speed and maybe we stand a chance against people like moss/Owens etc. if not then we screwed after seeing what i saw today.

Walterfootball.com says we get D.J. Moore-Corner out of Vandy @ the #16 pick, or imo we trade up like a 1st/2nd for Taylor Mays and get a REALLY good safety which is a 6-3 guy that is beastly from USC.....sound good? =)
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby Newkie » Sun Nov 23, 2008 7:54 pm

Watched the game and again, saw a reason to hate those Patsies more than any Pro Sports team out there. It all started with the snow plow game, and now its the Bush league hair pulling by Matt Light.

And no, Brady has nothing to worry about. Cassel isnt a starter on any team in the NFL, its just has that he has the surrounding cast to make him adequate on certain Sundays.
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby mah2002 » Sun Nov 23, 2008 9:16 pm

Newkie wrote:Watched the game and again, saw a reason to hate those Patsies more than any Pro Sports team out there. It all started with the snow plow game, and now its the Bush league hair pulling by Matt Light.

And no, Brady has nothing to worry about. Cassel isnt a starter on any team in the NFL, its just has that he has the surrounding cast to make him adequate on certain Sundays.



820 yds passing and 7 touchdowns in 2 weeks is a little more than adequate, they're pretty ridiculous numbers for any qb with any supporting cast.
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Re: Week 12 GC: New England @ Miami

Postby Newkie » Sun Nov 23, 2008 9:29 pm

Yes nice numbers. Can you imagine what Pennington wouldve done for the Patsies in those same two games. Well, maybe not Pennington. But most starters in the NFL wouldve had a field day and put up those numbers easily against those defenses... Please just dont make it sound like this guy is even close to Brady in talent. Please...
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