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Jason: 31-21, Patriots- A win anytime over the next 3 weeks should be treated as found money for Bills fans. Despite flaws, Pats are 2 plays from 3-0. They're still better than Buffalo. Think Bills need to score on D/ST to have a shot.
Fake Darcy: 6-5, Bills- 400 penalty minutes combined in this bloodbath.
Chris: 37-20, Pats- I don't like this matchup. I actually haven't liked this matchup for about 10 years. At the end of the day this will come down to which offense can move the ball effectively more so than which defense is capable of coming up with stops. The Bills defensive line will be expected to create havoc without much help from the linebackers and The Hoodie will be well aware of this. I expect the Pats to bring in extra players for protection and allow Brady to beat the Bills with short and intermediate passes with three players in the route. Now, if the Bills can effectively take away the underneath passing game, they may have a chance...
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JUST CAN'T DO IT
Robert Griffin III isn't the only QB to remain brand loyal, as the Pats superstar signal-caller is also now covering up Nike's logo during public appearances as well.
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RT if you agree!!! #BillsMafia #PatriotsWeek #Buffalo #290Billboard twitter.com/NorthtownAuto/…— Northtown Automotive (@NorthtownAuto) September 27, 2012
Back at the Super Bowl, Tom Brady dissed Buffalo hotels. He said they're not "the nicest places in the world". Oops.Northtown Automotive, the official automotive dealer of the Buffalo Bills, took those words to...
“The Mighty Brady” Tom Brady meets Thor Mashup.
Tom Brady pulled an RG3. Brady showed up to Wednesday's media session wearing a gray sweatshirt. No big deal, right? Well, upon closer examination, it looks like the Patriots quarterback decided to follow in the footsteps of Robert Griffin III and cover up the sweatshirt's Nike swoosh logo. The logo, which is supposed to appear on the sleeve of the sweatshirt, appears to...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady apparently is taking cues from a young quarterbacking whippersnapper these days as it involves eschewing NFL sponsors in order to protect his business relationship with a company he’s compensated to endorse. Brady appears to have taken a piece of tape to completely obscure the Nike Swoosh on his Patriots [...]
Tom Brady isn't used to losing, and he isn't very fond of it either. After enduring a heartbreaking loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night, the Patriots dropped to 1-2 on the season. And Brady believes that's exactly where they deserve to be. "We're 1-2, we're not in a good position right now," Brady said. "We're in the exact position...
Robert Griffin III isn’t the only NFL quarterback concerned about protecting his sponsor. Tom Brady is in the same position.
Boston Globe Patriots reporter Shalise Manza Young tweeted a picture on Wednesday of the New England QB speaking at a press conference, and she noted that Brady had a piece of tape on his left sleeve to cover up the Nike swoosh on his sweatshirt. The reason...
QB Tom Brady
After a few weeks of mediocre performances, I think this is the week that Brady really breaks out. The Bills defense is vulnerable to the pass, giving up 6 TDs through the air in games against the Jets, Chiefs and Browns so far this year. Expect Brady to pull out one of his “you’re going to win your fantasy game no matter what” games out of the hat...
Tom Brady, Arian Foster, Calvin Johnson, of course these guys will be in starting lineups everywhere.Here are a few guys that could be available, or have rode your bench all season, that will help contribute this week.Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Atlanta - Given Turner's recent struggles, Rodgers has taken on a bigger role in the Falcons' explosive offense.Last week, Rodgers had...
Nebraska made a music video and it’s… You be the judge – Throw The Flag
Critical SEC East Showdown In Athens – Southern Gameday
6 teams that could threaten the SEC’s string of championships – SDS
We Must Be Nearing October… The Gruden Talk Has Begun – Mr SEC
Another QB leaves Penn St with Jones’ departure – SI
Big Brother Power...
Walt Anderson, who was one of the locked-out referees, said he would have changed the ruling to an interception. Meanwhile, a retired referee likened the use of replacements to a quarterback from a no-name school replacing Tom Brady.
“It’s not like we sit here in the locker room and say, ‘God, we’re terrible, we can’t make any plays, we’re not even in these games.’ We’re right in them. We just have to do a better job in certain areas. If we do that, we’ll start winning close games. If we don’t, we’ll have a miserable year. No one wants that around here.” Who better than Tom Brady to sum...
Last week: 3 (-2)
The Patriots are under .500 for the first time since week 1 of 2003, but they’ll be fine. Over the past couple of years, they’ve started a little sluggish and then hit their stride. This week, they go to Buffalo to face an old punching bag and hope to avoid their first 3 game losing streak since 2002. They’re still the most consistent team in the...
There was a lot going on in the 2012 season premiere of South Park. The focus of the episode was concussions and the NFL's pussification ("As a concerned parent, Randy radically changes the way...
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MIAMI DOLPHINS @ ARIZONA CARDINALS (-6.5)
The one downside to this pick is the Cardinals don’t necessarily have an offensive juggernaut and won’t light up the scoreboard against a solid Miami defense, but I’m banking on the Cardinals defense dominating the the Dolphins. The Cardinals defense is for real. I’m not overreacting their wins over the Patriots and Eagles either...