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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Reason #482 to Hate The New York Jets

By: Charlie

I think that I speak for most of you when I say that I wanted to play the Jets in the playoffs more than any other team. While it’s always fun to smack down the Colts, there is so much to hate about this Jets team that a playoff run wouldn’t feel right if the Pats didn’t get the chance to beat their asses. There are a myriad of reasons to hate this Jets team. Some Pats fans hate the Jets because of the way they run their mouths non-stop while others hate them because a certain CB spends too much time hating Brady and not enough time learning his kid’s names. All of my hatred can be embodied by one complete jackass – Fireman Ed.

Congratulations Ed, you are fully capable of spelling a four letter word while pretending that you are an airplane. If you were a three year old I’d give you a gold star sticker and beam with pride, but you’re in your fifties so sit down and shut the fuck up. I’m pretty sure that he became a Jets fan due to his limited spelling abilities. For some reason people just didn’t warm up to his chant of “J – I – A – N – T – S!”

Were you aware that Fireman Ed has his own app? You can build your own Fireman Ed chant and spend hours playing with the Fireman Ed sound board featuring over 50 audio clips! WHEEEEEEEEE! What fun! Although from what I can tell you can get him to say such fantastic chants as “New England Punished The Jets,” and “Ocho, You’re the Savior.” OK, all snark aside that might be pretty fun to do in order to piss of your Jet fan friends, if you have the misfortune of having any.

Earlier this year the loveable Fireman Ed got in a fight with a Giants fan during a PRE SEASON game. Apparently the Giants fan hindered his ability to showcase his “talent” so he shoved him repeatedly. I hate to be redundant with this point but I must reiterate, Fireman Ed is not 3 years old.

Maybe if Fireman Ed has some balls he’ll show up in Foxboro this weekend and marvel us with his “talents”.  Luckily Fireman Ed only does his shtick during Jets kickoffs, so we would only have to hear him once or twice.  In my opinion that’s too many times.  We should probably stock up on some live musket ammo just in case.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Gettt Pumped for Pats/Jets Playoff Game -Any Given Sunday Style Patriots Remix

By: Greg

Al Pacino's speech in Any Given Sunday is one of the best motivational speeches in football ever. Here is the speech with the Patriots highlights as a back ground. Get pumpped for the playoffs!!!! Lets get it Pats!

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Damien Woody OUT for the Pats game

By: Greg
Health is a major factor in any playoff game. The Pats are coming into the game pretty healthy, but the Jets now have lost a major player on thier offense. Damien Woody who started at Right Tackle against the Colts in the first playoff game will be placed on IR and therefore OUT vs the Patriots.
This means the Jets will go with thier back up right tackle to protect a vunerable Mark Sanchez. Wayne Hunter will be the guy who fills in. Hunter is a 7 year veteran who has only started 5 total games in his career, 4 of them being this year.
This is a big loss of the Jets offensive line. To put in a guy who has only started 5 games in 7 years is a huge risk in a playoff game on the road.

Antonio Cromartie is not coming to Bradys Birthday Party

By: Greg
"Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me." This is the Patriots motto this week with the Jets acting like a bunch of 1st graders. The latest name calling comes from Antonio Cromartie about Tom Brady:
Brady is an "ass.....We see that a lot. He does it a lot," Cromartie told the Daily News. "That's the kind of guy he is. We really don't give a damn, to tell you the truth...That's what I think about him. I don't really give a damn about him,I don't have to play against him. I play against the receivers."

Yup I dont think Tom will be inviting Antonio and his 27 kids to his next birthday party.

Do you remember they last few guys to talk crap to Brady.........yea niether do we.

Monday, January 10, 2011


By: Greg
Rex Ryan has put his foot in his mouth again. All he does is provide more and more bulletin board materail for the Pats with each passing second, this time he went after BB.

  • "This is about Bill Belichick versus Rex Ryan," Ryan said, addressing the upcoming showdown in Foxborough for the first time. "There's no question, it's personal. It's about him against myself. That's what it's going to come down to."

  • "We’ll, I might have a little quickness on him," said Belichick. "He’s probably got a little more strength and power on me. So, I don’t think you’ll see either one of us out there making any blocks or tackles or runs or throws or catches. At least you won’t see me doing it. It’s probably a good thing for our team." "I just try to coach my team. I’m not really worried about how everybody else coaches theirs. Everybody’s got their own style and a lot of coaches do a great job. Rex does a great job with his team. I’m just trying to coach mine. I’m not really worried about what anybody else is doing."

Pats vs Jets week 13 highlights

By Greg
After the Jets won and the Pats knew they would be playing them in round two, I ran to Youtube to remember the ass whooping that the Pats gave to the Jets week 13. There were some big mistakes in the first quarter and third quarter that brought the Jets down. The Pats picked on Cromartie all day and it will be something they do again. Sanchez sucked all game, we cant count on that again. Take a look at the highlights.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Playyyoffs??? Playyoffs??? What to do this weekend without the Pats during the Playyyoffs

By: Charlie

The best thing about football is it’s consistency. Is it fall or early winter? Is it a Sunday? Yes? Then it’s time to watch football. I have given up every Sunday since early September to the NFL. Whether I’m chilling at a friend’s house watching Red Zone or drinking my ass off in a bar with Rocky you can be damn sure that I will be watching football. More specifically I will be watching the Pats or the Bears. The joy of liking two teams is most evident during bye weeks; if one team is on bye chances are the other one isn’t. Yet this week I find myself with both the Pats and Bears on bye, I have no idea what to do with myself. Sure, I could watch the other playoff games but I don’t really give a shit about those as long as the Saints win by more than 10.5 points. So I decided to come up with a list of potential activities I could do instead, especially since I hope this will be my only open Sunday until the middle of February.

1. Go outside. I’ve been spending every Sunday in front of the TV and neglecting the great outdoors.

2. Go to a museum. I like art. I like culture. It’ll expand my brain.

3. Read a book. It’s like a blog but in print form.

4. Do the New York Times crossword puzzle while listening to NPR. Again, maybe I should actually use my brain on a Sunday.

5. C lean the shit hole that is my apartment. 4 months of watching football inside has led to quite a prodigious pile of empty beer cans both in and around my garbage can.

6. Take my lady out for brunch and talk about feelings or whatever the hell it is that she wants to do on Sundays.

7. Admit to my girlfriend that I haven’t been spending every Sunday at church and helping out at a soup kitchen.

That’s a pretty nice list if I do say so myself. I have a lot of productive activities I could choose from. It’s going to be hard to decide which one to do. Oh, wait a second! I just thought of one more to add on to my list and I’m pretty sure that it’s going to be the winner:

8. Fuck it. Spend all day in my sweatpants and wife beater, watch football, drink PBR, eat a deep dish sausage and hot giardinera pizza and maybe, just maybe, read a couple pages of The Education of a Coach by David Halberstam to get my Pats fix. Hell yes.

Also the Chalk of the Week: I know this is the trendy pick. I know it seems like a hell of a lot of points. I know that I normally should stay away from picks like this. The facts of the matter are that the Seabags have lost 9 times and every damn time it has been by more than 15. Guess what? They sure as shit aren't winning this week, nor are they coming within 15. Take the Saints at 10.5 and my former classmate Drew Brees will help you earn a nice steak dinner.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Big Vince on the Big SI Cover

By: Greg
Tom Brady, Mike Vick, Aarron Rodgers, Ray Rice, Roddy White, Darrell Revis are a few of the superstars in this NFL Playoffs. But the BIG superstar that is on the Sports Illustrated Playoff Cover this week is Big Vince Wilfork....PLAYOFF TIME BABY!!!

No Namers

By: Greg

The Patriots have Tom Brady and then a bunch of no namers??? Well thats what Mike Greenberg thinks...

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Second Half Drinking Game for the Pats

Brewer and PATRIOT

By Rocky,

This is going to get boring (unless you bet the Over). Let’s make this game interesting by polishing off New Year's's leftover bottles of champagne with a little help from our friends. We have two versions of the game, the first, let’s call it the Pro Bowl, is for those who want to function at 4:00pm (all times are Foxboro Time) and the other is the Super Bowl—for those playing and drinking at home.

Pro Bowl

Take a drink whenever…

-Brian Hoyer completes a pass.

-Devin McCourty is mentioned as a Defensive Rookie MVP candidate.

-Bill Belichick smiles.

-The announcers confuse Tyler Thigpen with Yancy Thigpen.

-The Pats punt.

-A commercial for those painted $2 bills airs.

-Devon Bess gets taken down by his dreads.

-The announcers confuse Sam Morris for Kevin Faulk.

-Tony Sparano strokes his mustache.

-The Dolphins fan in the room/bar/stadium asks if “your team got a Henne?” then cracks himself up.

-The announcers mention Logan Mankins’ holdout.

-Tom Brady throws a pick.

Super Bowl

Take a drink whenever…

-Brian Hoyer hands off.

-Tom Brady is mentioned as a League MVP.

-Bill Belichick looks like he is passing a kidney stone.

-The announcers confuse Patrick Chung with Eugene Chung.

-The Dolphins punt.

-A Coors Light “press conference” commercial is aired.

-The Patriot Minutemen take down a seagull.

-The announcers confuse the Pats’ white skill players.

-Bob Kraft adjusts his pink tie (it takes a real man to wear pink!).

-BenJarvusGreenEllis fumbles.

-The announcers talk about Welker’s injury in a garbage game last year.

-Alge Crumpler throws an open-field block.


Chalk it up

By: Charlie

The Bears are 10 and a half point dogs in Green Bay. Sure, they have already clinched the division and a bye so there isn't much reason to play, right? Bullshit. Bears/Packers is the oldest rivalry in the NFL and the Bears have a shot to keep GB out of the playoffs. When Lovie Smith was hired Chicago fell in love with him because he said his first priority was to beat the Packers. Even if they rest some starters I don't see there being any way this game isn't close enough that the Bears get the cover.

Vick for MVP? Ehh I dont think so...

By: Greg
People have been going back and forth on the debate for MVP...Brady or Vick...While the numbers and record should say it all, Brady has it pretty much locked it up. Then there comes this comment by Vick's coach Andy Ried....

"Sal Paolantonio of ESPN told Jon Kincade of ESPN Radio on Sunday that coach Andy Reid could bench Vick for Kolb, if Vick struggles in the wild-card game.Paolantonio said that the ESPN NFL Matchup crew noticed that Vick isn’t recognizing blitzes, and that Reid twice let Vick know about it during Tuesday night’s loss to the Vikings."- Profootballtalk

Would ANY coach ever bench Tom Brady this season in a PLAYOFF game? Would any coach even think about benching Tom Brady this season? Even if he did start the game with 4 interceptions, you are never taking Tom Brady out of the game?
You tell me...what NFL MVP has the possibility of being benched in a playoff game? Not a real one....Brady for MVP.

To sit or not to sit.....

By: Greg

To sit the starters or not to sit the starters that is the question.....

1. Avoid Injuires: As we saw last year when Wes Welker went down along with the Patriots Super Bowl Hopes in the last week of last season....Should the Pats sit all thier important players to avoid a repeat of last year.

Dont Sit.
1. The Pats will get off rhythm....Right now they are the hottest offense in the leauge putting up ridicoulos points week after weeek, with a bye week in the first round of the playoffs, two weeks off could hurt the Patriots flow and rhythm.

1. Game means nothing....its like a preseason game, play the starters a little bit then get them out for a meaningless game.

Dont Sit!
1. We must defend this house.....The Patriots are undefeated at home and they have homefield advantage throughout....keep the home streak alive

1. Give the young guys some play....give Hoyer some time in case the Pats need him in the playoffs.....let the other guys get some run to see how they do in game like situations.

If it was my choice
  • , I am playing the starters only one half....
  • I am protecting the crap out of Brady.
  • Give Hoyer a lot of play and open up the playbook let him throw it around
  • Give the older guys on offense and  defense a break especially Big Vince, Branch, Welker
  • That being said play Fred Tractor Taylor to get him in a rhythm
  • Let the Law Firm get 72 yards to get him over 1000 yards
  • Keep most of the defense in to let them gain some confidence against a crappy dolphins QB