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  1. #13

    Re: Sunday Night - 49ers at Patriots



    SF absolutely nailed the 2007 draft, and they killed the top of the 2010 and 2011 drafts as well. In fact, 2010 looks to be just as great as 2007 for them even though it includes the bust 2nd rounder, Taylor Mays. Gore was 2005. Davis was 2006.
    Their crappy record from 3-5 years ago plus a few trades have given them multiple 1st rounders on a few occasions. They've also moved up on Draft day a few times.

    Overall, they're front 12 (13 if you count Davis) is the best in the league and it ain't even close.
    They seem to miss on just as many FAs as they've hit on, but I guess they manage their cap pretty well.




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    Man it's hilarious when Brady screams like a frustrated little kid.
    “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”

    –Eleanor Roosevelt




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    How does Brady get away with Slamming the ball µa that with no flag for unsportsmanlike conduct




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    Re: Sunday Night - 49ers at Patriots

    Horrible PI call




  5. #17

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    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    31-3. Where did I see that score before?

    You mean even HOF QB's throw picks? And multiple ones at that.

    are you still watching? this is the difference between brady and joe

    win or lose he doesn't have a complete mental breakdown




  6. #18

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    Damn the Pats clawed their way back into this one. I wish our offense showed the same kind of heart earlier today, they were beat the moment Flacco threw that pick 6.




  7. #19

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    Well, now we get to see a real elite qb bringing his team back for a chance to tie or win the game. And I am not a Tom Brady fan but Flacco wants to be recognized as an elite qb and he is NOWHERE near Tom Brady!




  8. #20

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    Uhh...you're not supposed to come back from 31-3 what's going on here...




  9. Re: Sunday Night - 49ers at Patriots

    Quote Originally Posted by Sirdowski View Post
    Man it's hilarious when Brady screams like a frustrated little kid.
    Yeah, he is a little bitch.

    But, a much as I can't stand him, he's among the top three QB's in the league.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Shambla View Post
    Uhh...you're not supposed to come back from 31-3 what's going on here...
    Funny!




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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    Yeah, he is a little bitch.

    But, a much as I can't stand him, he's among the top three QB's in the league.
    Oh without question.
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    Re: Sunday Night - 49ers at Patriots

    He come the Brady REF's. Piss poor calls.




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