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Kettle

The Pats are classless.

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I hope you are joking unless you are going to call out every single team with a large margin of victory this year so far such as the Saints today and Carolina also.

have you forgotten last year. they were merciless.

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points scored is a tie-breaker isn't it?

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I've never understood why people think a team should lay down just because they are winning by a lot.

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You guys do know that SOMETIMES a tiebreaker is based on strength of victory, right? Considering NE isn't dominating this year like years past, they probably wanted some cushion.

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Points scored is a tiebreaker, but near impossible to make a difference.

Running corner blitzes while up by 40 is certainly evil empire-ish, but not really classless.

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whatever works.

if it were the panthers stomping someone, we would all be thrilled.

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thats why they have 3 trophies and arizona has none, because they play to win the game. even though belichick can be a prick i admire him as a coach.

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They are just running up the score again. A 31 point lead at the half, and they continue to score. Are the backups in at all? I can't believe any NFL team would beat a team so badly.

lol!!! oh really?? the Patriots are running up the score? Your team should try it sometime. Then maybe you wouldn't choke away a 21-10 lead like the PAnthers did last night:D:D!!!! BTW points for vs points against is a tie breaker. Shows your ignorance about the game!!!! :frown2:

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They come to play every Sunday and I don't have any issues with it.

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