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Hi Doug Go Raiders !!!
The Niners win by fourteen and the Patriots win by ten. The Pat opponent isn’t ready for Brady’s evisceration of their secondary but the Pats will try to run a lot today, keeping it a low scoring game. In honor of Bender, the Gints don’t have the speed to stay with the Niners.
The Niners win by fourteen and the Patriots win by ten. The Pat’s opponent isn’t ready for Brady’s evisceration of their secondary but the Pats will try to run a lot today, keeping it a low scoring game. In honor of Bender, the Gints don’t have the speed to stay with the Niners.
FOXBORO (CBS) New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, speaking from Gillette Stadium on Friday, remembers back to when he first met Tom Brady.The 22-year-old Brady was just as confident as the 34-year-old version that takes the field every Sunday for the Patriots.
I still have the image of Tom Brady coming down the old Foxboro stadium steps with that pizza box under his arm, a skinny beanpole, and when he introduced himself to me and said Hi Mr. Kraft, he was about to say who he was, but I said I know who you are, youre Tom Brady. Youre our sixth round draft choice, recalled Kraft.
And he looked me in the eye and he said Im the best decision this organization has ever made. It looks like he could be right.
Wow Patriots and Ravens. Guess I gotta hold my nose and pick the Ravens......
Giants and 49ers. Will be the game of the day and actually should be the SuperBowl.......... I think Eli becomes the Top Manning in Football.
I don’t have a dog in this fight but expect two excellent games, with a 49’ers and Pat’s Super Bowl.
Marking.... back for kick-off.
I live about 40 miles north of SF and it started raining here about 7 AM this morning. Has continued all day. It will be wet and muddy for the game.
Of course I'd like nothing more than to see another Manning beat Brady in Indianapolis.
I think Gronk may have been in. They should have challenged. Nothing to lose...
Ravens better than I thought. Looks like a nail-biter, unfortunately. If the Pats avoid turnovers for points, they should be able to do it.
Gotta hand it to Flacco. Pats conservative play selection on the previous drive proves to be costly. Hopefully this will go to OT...
You want anything done, ask a Scotsman to do it.
Oh, goody! Another Pats-Giants SB, just like 4 years ago. I’m quickly starting to believe the games are rigged. Look what happened a week ago. We are to believe that the Packers high power offense disintegrated to the point where it would have a difficult time scoring against a high school team. We are to believe Mike McCarthy was suddenly incompetent enough to call a timeout at the end of the 1st half so the Giants would have another chance to score. We are to believe that with almost half the defense smothering a Giants receiver, they couldn’t keep the ball from him. We are to believe that McCarthy is actually stupid enough to hit the panic button to start the second half with an onside kick. All this against a barely over 500 team. Yeah, right. The high muck-a-mucks wanted a big market team in the SB, so thats what we get.
For once I'd like to see the Giants win a game in which the other team actually played well, but I guess that's part of their success. Whenever a good team is playing crappy, expect the Giants to be there to suck up a win.
I think that to be a Giants fan, you have to be either a Jersey Shore reject with a fake tan, or a Wall Street yuppie type with a nasty coke habit. I don't think there's an in between.
Maybe the Giants go down in flames.
All hail Tom Brady, the best ever.
Lewis clearly mouthed “Praise Allah! Praise Allah” during the presentation of the U.S. National Anthem at the Ravens-Patriot 2013 play-off game.
The camera zoomed in on his face for a long time, and the mouthing was clear.
Here’s some history about Ray that the media would like us to forget:
“It was Monday, Jan. 31, 2000, in Atlanta, hours after the city hosted an otherwise-successful Super Bowl, when Lewis’ life became unusual. At 10:22 a.m. that morning, a detective from Atlanta’s homicide unit interviewed Lewis in suburban Norcross, Ga., about the murders of Richard Lollar, 24, and Jacinth Baker, 21. The two had died from stab wounds inflicted in a melee about 100 steps away at the Cobalt Lounge, a popular nightclub in Atlanta’s Buckhead district.
A limousine carrying Lewis and several others was spotted fleeing the scene. Its driver, Duane Fasset, was later found and placed Lewis at the scene. Bullets riddled the limo. Blood stained its interior.
Lewis evaded the detective’s questions. He promised to cooperate with the murder investigation only after returning from Hawaii a week later. Lewis had a Pro Bowl to play in. Atlanta police arrested Lewis hours later. They charged him, and two men named Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting, with murder. Reports say Lewis sobbed as police took him away.
On June 5, Lewis struck a plea bargain with prosecutors. He agreed to testify against Oakley and Sweeting and plead guilty to a count of obstruction of justice in exchange his murder and aggravated assault charges be dropped. During the trial, several witnesses changed on the stand the accounts they first told investigators. Oakley and Sweeting were acquitted.”