You are correct. These three teams are the cream of the AFC. I respect the Ravens as well as the Steelers. The point I was making to skippy and this board is the divisions change. Sure, the Yets, Bills and Dolphins are mediocre at best right now, but that has not always been the case. Bills used to be perenial powers as well as Miami. The Yets, well we are thankful for that gift that keeps on giving. Cincy was a joke for twenty years, and Cleveland has not been too powerful as well. The bottom line is that it is difficult to beat a division opponent twice in a season, no matter what division it is. And since all teams play 10 games outside the division, it goes a long way in leveling the playing field. And I am no fan of Rapelisberger.
Lucky for you, golden boy Brady, who was NEVER elite when u were actually winning championships via cheating... Morphed into an elite passer thanks to the confidence gained from fraudulently winning for so many years.
Last year were it not for a choke of a drop by Lee Evans and a awful missed kick, we'd have won 3 strait against you... And mind you, 5 of the 7 times we've played you have been at home, where up until this year, crybaby Brady gets ever call.
By yeah, keep talking smack. You're nothing but a chump... And I can't wait to hear you tell us to "win 3 rings and the talk to me" after we send your team home for the season on Sunday. Your lucky charms r finished...
The reality is, there is some sort of strange hatred coming out of many Bostonites towards Baltimore teams.
I don't know why, but every time I turn around there is a Bostonian, or a pseudo-Bostonian (ESPN) running around making derogatory statements about Baltimore teams.
The ironic thing is that, before the last few seasons, I rooted for Boston area teams. Now, I just want to choke out many of the Boston fans I run into.
meh that articles not that bad. alot of stats to back up his assertions
On business this week in CT, listened to some popular FM Boston radio crap last night, (which was still better than Vinny and most shows on 105.7, but I digress), and the topic was the USA Today Lewis article. The host said he was asking the listeners to read it, but not so they would use any of it to hurl back at Lewis on Sunday.
I gave him a mulligan the first time but c'mon after several times he kept saying bringing this up now on the radio wasn't intended to sling at Ray Lewis on Sunday. It became clear in the most back-handed slimy way this was an infomercial to do just that. "Murderer" I guessing will be heard loud and clear Sunday.
If you really have the stomach to wish to see it, watch the 80's Techmo Bowl" and you'll know what I mean.
You can sit there and stroll through the past but what happened more than a couple of seasons ago has nothing to do with what happens now. Even if it happens to be in our favor.
It's useless trash-talk bullet points. But thats what you're here for.
Well, this writer got one thing right: Cody is obese. Maybe he can play "Tony Siragusa" to Brady's "Rich Gannon".
patsfan just go away - doesn't the Pats have their own forum you can go to?
We may very well lose this Sunday but if we win, will you show up on Monday?
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