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It is that time of the year!

Still not over my Colts dropping the Super Bowl to the Saints last season. I'm not sure I'll ever be over that onsides kick and the ensuing 90 seconds where the officials had absolutely no clue what they were doing...but I digress :)

Visited Colts Training Camp a few weeks ago....and I see no reason why they won't represent the AFC in the Super Bowl again this season (even with Tom Brady's new Justin Bieber hairdo).

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The dolts are done they are not representing the AFC it is time for the NE Patriots to reclaim top dog status!!!!!!





 

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But in all seriousness its going to be a fight in the AFC if everyone stays healthy. With the Ravens, Chargers, Jets, Colts, and Pats they all have a legitimate shot. Then you always have that one team that no one expected to do anything and they click all year long. I personally would love to see the Texans improve from last year and I think they might be the sleeper of the 2010 season.
 

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Pats won't even win the AFC East. This is the year for the Sanchize baby ;) Can't wait to see the new stadium, I treat myself to a game a year.
 

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Pats won't even win the AFC East. This is the year for the Sanchize baby ;) Can't wait to see the new stadium, I treat myself to a game a year.
No doubt the Jets will give the Pats a run for the title. The Jets have made some great off season moves the last few years. But I think you'll see dirty sanchez have a sophomore slump :stirthepot:
 

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Boy, is Quadman gonna like you. "thumbsup:
Quadman and I go back to the av123forum/SoCal GTG days...I finally registered on here after spending a year in Korea (USAF) and the past 6 months in Germany.

I full expect the AFC to be a shootout for sure. But I hate 1) Pats, 2) Chargers, 3)Jaguars, 4) Jets :), 5) rest of the AFC:)

Colts will likely have another ho-hum 12-4/14-2 regular season and then lose at some point in the playoffs. Hope I'm wrong though. Lots of weapons on Offense and I actually think the Defense is in it's best form (most talented and healthy) in quite some time for the Colts. Everyone says the Colts can't run the ball...well, they don't even try...cuz they really don't need to.

Good luck to all the teams this season (well, except those that I mentioned above!) :)
 

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Out of the group I would rather see the Colts than any of them. What would really make my year.....year after year is to see the patsy boys dead last, like the good ole times. I don't mean to be offensive to anyone, I'm just sick of them and never liked Belichick since way back to the Giants days!
 

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Out of the group I would rather see the Colts than any of them. What would really make my year.....year after year is to see the patsy boys dead last, like the good ole times. I don't mean to be offensive to anyone, I'm just sick of them and never liked Belichick since way back to the Giants days!
LOL I love the haters!!!! I love to watch the dolts choke in the playoffs, almost as much as I like to see the cowfags choke in the playoffs!
 

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And people say that Peyton Manning is the only QB to choke in the playoffs:

Tom Brady's last playoff game in each of the past 5 years:

2009 season

Brady ended the 2009 season throwing 3 interceptions in a Wild Card playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens, 33–14.

2008 season

N/A: Injured

2007 season

Super Bowl: Brady Sacked 5 times in loss to the Giants

2006 season

AFC Title game vs Colts: The Patriots led at halftime, 21–6; however, the Colts staged a comeback, resulting in a last minute interception thrown by Brady, and a Patriots loss.

2005 season

Wild card game vs. Broncos: Patriots lost 27–13 (Brady throws two interceptions)


I'm just sayin.....the guy hasn't won anything in quite a few years now :)
 

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One could argue that bieber is copying Brady but when Brady goes home at night he gets to go to bed with this

 

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And people say that Peyton Manning is the only QB to choke in the playoffs:

Tom Brady's last playoff game in each of the past 5 years:

2009 season

Brady ended the 2009 season throwing 3 interceptions in a Wild Card playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens, 33–14.

2008 season

N/A: Injured

2007 season

Super Bowl: Brady Sacked 5 times in loss to the Giants

2006 season

AFC Title game vs Colts: The Patriots led at halftime, 21–6; however, the Colts staged a comeback, resulting in a last minute interception thrown by Brady, and a Patriots loss.

2005 season

Wild card game vs. Broncos: Patriots lost 27–13 (Brady throws two interceptions)


I'm just sayin.....the guy hasn't won anything in quite a few years now :)
I've been a fan of the Pats since the 70's and I knew that they were going to lose to Baltimore last year. I even placed a bet with the Ravens winning

2007 SB you cant place the blame all on Brady for the sacks the O line has to take a lot of the blame. Thats their job, protect the QB

2006 The defense has to take the blame in the Colts comeback

2005 The whole team seemed lackadaisical

7 AFC east titles in 9 years

4 AFC Conference titles in 9 years

3 Super Bowl wins in 9 years

2 Super bowl MVP awards in 4 appearences

1 NFL MVP award

Numerous NFL records

Brady holds numerous regular season and postseason records, including most touchdown passes in a regular season (50), highest single-game completion percentage, regular season or postseason (26/28, 92.9%), most completions in one Super Bowl, most completions in Super Bowl history (career), the highest winning percentage of any quarterback ever during his first 100 starts (76 wins), and the longest streak of games with 3 or more touchdown passes (10 games). Brady is the fourth-fastest player to reach 200 career passing touchdowns (116 games). He is the first quarterback in NFL history to have reached said mark with under 100 career interceptions (he had 88 interceptions).

Yup he hasnt won much has he?
 

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The argument will always be, could Brady have done as well on the Colts or is he a product of Bellicheat? He's very good, no doubt about it. Personally I'm just glad he's focusing less on football (and had I that piece of *** to go home to, I doubt I'd ever be THINKING about football).
 

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Yup he hasnt won much has he?
Don't forget that Brady also holds the record for most pass attempts, yards, and TD's when the team he is playing for is already up by 35+ points over the opposing team with 5 minutes left in the game when other organizations and coaches with class would have their reserves playing

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2006 The defense has to take the blame in the Colts comeback......but Brady threw a INT on the final Pats drive!

2005 The whole team seemed lackadaisical.......I also believe that Brady threw a pick late in the game (perhaps the final drive which was returned for a TD)----> Could be wrong on this...so please let me know if I am....
 

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Cowboys didn't look very sharp against the Chargers last night. Hope they get it together when it counts. They have a very tough schedule this year.
 

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There are NFC fans?
Hey now! That's no way to speak to your betters. :)

Eagles fan here. This should be an interesting year for us. I wouldn't be suprised with either playoffs or last place in the division. Barring injuries (just like every other team), Ithink we'll have a top-notch defense. The LB's were our Achilles heel last year and they should be much improved. On the other side, we have good receivers, TE, and I'm pretty confident in Kold. The big question to me is the running game and the offensive line. Every quarterback gets significantly better when he's behind a good line.\

As for AFC, living in Ohio there is a lot of good press for the Bengals coming off last year's division championship. They do seem to have pretty good talent and while I think it would be tough to knock off Baltimore, a wild-card run wouldn't suprise me. I don't think the Steelers will be veyr good this year and I think 4 win is the ceiling for the Browns.
 
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