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    Watching the Saints-Patriots Game



    Now that Tom Brady is an NFL QB. He has almost no receivers, yet wins the game over the Saints with no TOs while needing a TD, and finds an undrafted Rookie free agent in the EZ for the win. The Saints are heartbroken.
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    Re: Watching the Saints-Patriots Game

    He also has one of the best OL units in the NFL and an offensive coordinator that has a proven track record of capable offenses.

    I see you continuing to hate on Flacco though. Good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    He also has one of the best OL units in the NFL and an offensive coordinator that has a proven track record of capable offenses.

    I see you continuing to hate on Flacco though. Good for you.
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    What about when he got dominated in the AFC Championship and shut out in the second half at home?




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    Re: Watching the Saints-Patriots Game

    Oh, and please try to keep threads on the main Ravens 24x7 page strictly pertaining to the Ravens.

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    Brady is terrific, but he has benefited from a terrific run game this year while he fights through his struggles with his receivers.


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    Amazingly lucky, saints defender saw the ball, but did not defend it right. Give brady props, he never quits.




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    Re: Watching the Saints-Patriots Game

    when the Saints went 3 and out and settled for a field goal I knew they screwed up. Give Brady over a minute and he'll do it almost every time.

    But YES he has plenty of time in the pocket to survey the field and wait for a receiver to clear, and that is a big part of it.
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    Re: Watching the Saints-Patriots Game

    Quote Originally Posted by Firststater View Post
    Now that Tom Brady is an NFL QB. He has almost no receivers, yet wins the game over the Saints with no TOs while needing a TD, and finds an undrafted Rookie free agent in the EZ for the win. The Saints are heartbroken.
    Hey remember when Brady threw the interception and his defense had to make a stop with about two minutes left? They got him the ball back. Flacco didn't get the chance because our defense couldn't get him back on the field.




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    Re: Watching the Saints-Patriots Game

    The refs missed a blatant hold on that last minute TD pass.





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    Re: Watching the Saints-Patriots Game

    Wow. Yeah, that's a mugging for sure.
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