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    Quote Originally Posted by Toooon View Post
    What, that they actually want their team to win a SB?
    Wanting is good. EXPECTING is bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    NE doesn't count because they went to overtime. That means its a new game.

    You're right about Denver. So that's 3.

    When was the last time Belichick won a big game? 2004. in Patriots terms.
    They have gone to the SB twice since then so I would say they have won a big game twice at minimum since 2004.

    PLEASE...we have been good, not great. Nothing to brag about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    They have gone to the SB twice since then so I would say they have won a big game twice at minimum since 2004.

    PLEASE...we have been good, not great. Nothing to brag about.
    In our expectations that's true. In Patriot land, that's not good enough.

    I keep looking at Bill Simmons' article saying that the general feeling is that the Patriots have underachieved with their personnel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    NE doesn't count because they went to overtime. That means its a new game.

    You're right about Denver. So that's 3.

    When was the last time Belichick won a big game? 2004. in Patriots terms.
    What? The Jets were winning and they let up the lead for NE to tie it.

    See therein lies jets fans that don't understand the game. My lawd.

    Gawd we wish we were NE

    Enjoy your night

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    What? The Jets were winning and they let up the lead for NE to tie it.

    See therein lies jets fans that don't understand the game. My lawd.

    "Gawd we wish we were NE"

    Enjoy your night and Rex.
    But since they still had a chance to win in OT, at the moment it doesn't count.

    And there's that problem again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    In our expectations that's true. In Patriot land, that's not good enough.

    I keep looking at Bill Simmons' article saying that the general feeling is that the Patriots have underachieved with their personnel.
    Yet we are no where near them and you think we are fine?

    Strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Yet we are no where near them and you think we are fine?

    Strange.
    When did I say we were fine? Of course the team is bad.

    But I hesitate to get rid of a coach unless they have a bomb season. And 7-9 ( which I think they will end up as) is not a bomb season. And don't give me the weak schedule because I'll just give you Parcells' line.

    In fact with a crappy offense and a lot of injuries, it's a miracle where we are.

    I again look to the Chargers firing Marty and getting worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    When did I say we were fine? Of course the team is bad.

    But I hesitate to get rid of a coach unless they have a bomb season. And 7-9 ( which I think they will end up as) is not a bomb season. And don't give me the weak schedule because I'll just give you Parcells' line.

    In fact with a crappy offense and a lot of injuries, it's a miracle where we are.

    I again look to the Chargers firing Marty and getting worse.

    Please stop missing the point: it is not about the coach, it is about the GM. And there is no defending him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toooon View Post
    Please stop missing the point: it is not about the coach, it is about the GM. And there is no defending him.
    That I agree with.

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