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« Reply #50 on: January 17, 2007, 01:29:19 PM »

I should be giving more credit to the colts running game also. Addi and Rhodes (spelling) have played great.
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« Reply #51 on: January 17, 2007, 01:30:53 PM »

Addai is going to be a beast as soon as he puts some more weight on.

After watching the Colts these playoffs, the only way to exploit that defense is going to be through the air. The Ravens did it a few times. But it's going to take one helluva an exploitation to beat them if their offense is playing anywhere near its capabilities.
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« Reply #52 on: January 17, 2007, 01:39:44 PM »

Addai is going to be a beast as soon as he puts some more weight on.

After watching the Colts these playoffs, the only way to exploit that defense is going to be through the air. The Ravens did it a few times. But it's going to take one helluva an exploitation to beat them if their offense is playing anywhere near its capabilities.

Check out the production of the pats receivers in the last 2 games. I do not think they will have an issue throwing the ball in this game. They have managed to move the ball in the air against some of the best defenses in the league at one point or another.  This is going to be a great game.


Receptions


1 Jabar Gaffney NE 18 207 11.5 1 31
2 Reche Caldwell NE 12 130 10.8 1 49
3 Dallas Clark IND 11 144 13.1 0 27
4 Joseph Addai IND 10 48 4.8 0 16
5 Reggie Wayne IND 10 87 8.7 1 19
6 Reggie Brown PHI 10 149 14.9 0 32
7 Deion Branch SEA 8 96 12.0 0 27
8 Troy Brown NE 7 65 9.3 0 16
9 Bobby Engram SEA 7 120 17.1 0 36
10 Jerramy Stevens SEA 7 95 13.6 2 37
11 Antonio Gates SD 6 61 10.2 0 19
12 Mark Clayton BAL 6 73 12.2 0 21
13 Marvin Harrison IND 6 93 15.5 0 42


Top two in sacks belong to a colt and patriot

sacks
1 Dwight Freeney IND 2 3
2 Tully Banta-Cain NE 2 3

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« Reply #53 on: January 17, 2007, 01:51:02 PM »

Should be a good game, but in NE, in the cold, I gotta give the edge to the Brady bunch. 
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« Reply #54 on: January 17, 2007, 01:51:56 PM »

Should be a good game, but in NE, in the cold, I gotta give the edge to the Brady bunch. 

It is at the RCA dome  Angry  On the Bright side, Brady is statisticall beast on turf.
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« Reply #55 on: January 17, 2007, 01:52:38 PM »

In the dome, with Brady behind center, I gotta give the edge to the Pats. 
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« Reply #56 on: January 17, 2007, 01:53:44 PM »

In the dome, with Brady behind center, I gotta give the edge to the Pats. 

hahahaha. Peyton is a God on the turf for the most part. The Colts recievers will be faster than usual.
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« Reply #57 on: January 17, 2007, 01:57:38 PM »

hahahaha. Peyton is a God on the turf for the most part. The Colts recievers will be faster than usual.

I agree, but so isn't Brady. 23 -1 all time, on turf. That includes 1 superbowl win.
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« Reply #58 on: January 17, 2007, 02:01:19 PM »

I agree, but so isn't Brady. 23 -1 all time, on turf. That includes 1 superbowl win.

Never said he wasn't. But Peyton's played his best football on the turf, and their two playoff losses came AT Foxboro, although I'm not sure if both were played there.
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« Reply #59 on: January 17, 2007, 02:05:04 PM »

Never said he wasn't. But Peyton's played his best football on the turf, and their two playoff losses came AT Foxboro, although I'm not sure if both were played there.

One of them was. "The goal line stand game" was at the RCA dome. I agree with you, it will not be an advantage for either. Manning is money on turf, especially.
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« Reply #60 on: January 17, 2007, 02:06:48 PM »

One of them was. "The goal line stand game" was at the RCA dome. I agree with you, it will not be an advantage for either. Manning is money on turf, especially.

Ahh, that's right.
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« Reply #61 on: January 17, 2007, 02:07:34 PM »

One of them was. "The goal line stand game" was at the RCA dome. I agree with you, it will not be an advantage for either. Manning is money on turf, especially.

yo so enough with the pregame analysis....whats the outcome fellas
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« Reply #62 on: January 17, 2007, 02:09:31 PM »

yo so enough with the pregame analysis....whats the outcome fellas

Colts by Vinatieri game winning kick as time expires! Either that or a TD.
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« Reply #63 on: January 17, 2007, 02:15:38 PM »

Colts by Vinatieri game winning kick as time expires! Either that or a TD.
That would be so sweet.
I guess ill put it out there...i dont like the pats too much. I just hate the coach. Like everyone else but the coach.
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« Reply #64 on: January 17, 2007, 02:52:46 PM »

hahahaha. Peyton is a God on the turf for the most part. The Colts recievers will be faster than usual.

It really showed in the divisional game last year against the Steelers.  Even when the refs tried to give the Colts the game, a Bettis fumble is the only thing that made the game close. 
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« Reply #65 on: January 18, 2007, 01:56:08 AM »

Colts by Vinatieri game winning kick as time expires! Either that or a TD.

If the pats are gonna lose. I would like to see it go down this way myself...The pats new kicker is decent but they had no reason to let Vinatieri go...The guy is a total class act and the best cluch kicker in the game...Again im a pats fan and want them to win it all of course but i hate that they let Vinatieri go esp. to the Colts...
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« Reply #66 on: January 18, 2007, 08:14:46 AM »

If the pats are gonna lose. I would like to see it go down this way myself...The pats new kicker is decent but they had no reason to let led go...The guy is a total class act and the best clutch kicker in the game...Again I'm a pats fan and want them to win it all of course but i hate that they let Venturi go esp. to the Colts...


 Gostkowski had great numbers all year. Comparable to those of Vinatieri. The one knock against Adam are his kickoffs.  Gostkowski has a stronger leg and can kick it through the posts from kickoff. Adam is the best kicker of all time.There will never be anyone as good as him. Everyone will forever have to live up to Adam. I will miss Adam to, he is the greatest clutch kicker off all time. But, the pats are not going to stray from the philosophy they have. They will not weaken other key parts of the team by paying more then they can for one guy. They offer a fair market contract, if they get one upped by another team and feel they can at least replace the player, they do it. No one will ever be Adam. People do not look at the big picture. Take Branch for example. Branch was under contract for the remainder of this season, a contract he signed. His agent decides they are going to tell the pats Branch will not be playing until he gets a new contract. First off, the blackmail technique is not going to work against a team that holds the team philosophy as there mantra. What where the pats supposed to do? Let Branch show any other player who had a good year that they can get what they want by holding out, and blackmail? So the pats offer to restructure Branch's contract after this season when his current contract is up. They offer him a more then fair deal, and will wave the 100,000 in fines he racked up not showing up for camp/preseason. Well, he wanted no part of it, so they let him go for a first round pick. The best part is the national media ignores all this ,and claims the pats just let him go Roll Eyes That is not what happened. Hell, the pats had the legal right to sit branch for the year and fine him to hi heaven, they did not  do that tho. They let him seek a trade and get his big time cash. Critics on here had no idea branch was under contract, and where squawking, until I typed out the whole scenario. The national media never told the full story. Caldwell had mirror regular season numbers this year to what Branch had. Caldwell actually had better numbers then Branch this year. Branch in all honesty has done nothing for Seattle.I  believe he dropped 4 passes in one game this year. Branch has never been in the top 20 in receptions in his career. he was ranked 21 when Brady led the league passing last year with over 4200 yards. Before that, he was never in th the top 30. Yet he was demanding money like a Steve smith or Chad Johnson would make. Made no sense for the pats. I loved Branch, everyone did. But he sealed his own fate. People where knocking this when Caldwell Gaffney and Jackson where struggling. No one seemed to care these guys where all first year guys who missed portions of training camp. Jackson is a rookie who missed the whole preseason with a hammie injury! Of course it is going to take time to get there timing. Since routs are based on timing it was going to take a good chunk of the reg season to get comfortable.  They started to mesh after the Miami game very well. That is the salary cap era my friends. Most Seattle fans I know are pissed they let that great tackle go(forget name?), but signed branch for so much green when he has not done much of anything for them. I wish we could have all those guys to. But, thank the salary cap for making that impossible if you want to stay competitive and keep key guys across the board. You pay more then you can for a player then you have no money for the defensive line, no money for guys like Asanti and Maroney etc,etc. After you have won so many superbowls people want to poach your staff. These teams like San D and the Bengals have been building for years. The pats have won so many championships things are much different to remain competitive for them. There staff gets poached by other teams, the players demand huge money and can get it from other teams, teams who have been rebuilding for years with the best picks etc etc. They have always done a great job in the draft. Just look at the difference between the 2001 superbowl team and the 2003 team. Much, much different/better. Same thing in 2004. The pats have been right every time they let a guy go. Look at Willie, look at branch, the list goes on. I miss Adam just as much as the rest of the fan base, but that is football in 2007.

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1 Adam Vinatieri IND 8 8 51 2 2 26
2 Stephen Gostkowski NE 6 6 50 5 5 23


Receiving yards

1 Jabar Gaffney NE 18 207 11.5 1 31
2 Reggie Brown PHI 10 149 14.9 0 32
3 Dallas Clark IND 11 144 13.1 0 27
4 Donte' Stallworth PHI 6 141 23.5 2 75
5 Reche Caldwell NE 12 130 10.8 1 49
6 Bobby Engram SEA 7 120 17.1 0 36
7 Bernard Berrian CHI 5 105 21.0 1 68
8 Jerricho Cotchery NYJ 4 100 25.0 1 77
9 Deion Branch SEA 8 96 12.0 0 27
10 Jerramy Stevens SEA 7 95 13.6 2 37
11 Marvin Harrison IND 6 93 15.5 0 42



Receiving td's


1 Jerramy Stevens SEA 7 95 13.6 2 37
2 Donte' Stallworth PHI 6 141 23.5 2 75
3 Plaxico Burress NYG 5 89 17.8 2 29
4 Reggie Wayne IND 10 87 8.7 1 19
5 Reche Caldwell NE 12 130 10.8 1 49
6 Kevin Faulk NE 3 18 6.0 1 7
7 Jabar Gaffney NE 18 207 11.5 1 31

8 Daniel Graham NE 3 39 13.0 1 19
9 Jerricho Cotchery NYJ 4 100 25.0 1 77
10 Tony Gonzalez KC 4 25 6.3 1 9
11 Bernard Berrian CHI 5 105 21.0 1 68
12 Deuce McAllister NO 4 20 5.0 1 11
13 Nate Burleson SEA 1 16 16.0 1 16
14 Patrick Crayton DAL 3 42 14.0 1 18

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