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#25 Match.com

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 10:25 AM

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Dad is that you???

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 10:31 AM

Fox beat Brady after the Superbowl loss. 2005.



Dan Morgan was a monster that game.

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 10:49 AM

Maybe Von should come up with his own celebration?

I don't see Cam imitating him...

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 10:57 AM

The real Superman is Tom Brady.

Last I remember no John Fox Coached team has ever beaten him.

Peyton seems to have a little trouble with NE too.


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Posted 16 November 2012 - 12:40 PM

I don't know why, but it reminded me of this scene...



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Posted 16 November 2012 - 04:19 PM

Fox beat Brady after the Superbowl loss. 2005.



Funny I don't remember that one and I remember most of the few Fox wins.

Did NE already have the season wrapped up?

Let's just say Fox never beat Brady or Bellinchek when it mattered and let it go at that.

One has multiple Super Bowls and the other doesn't.

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 04:23 PM

Funny I don't remember that one and I remember most of the few Fox wins.

Did NE already have the season wrapped up?

Let's just say Fox never beat Brady or Bellinchek when it mattered and let it go at that.

One has multiple Super Bowls and the other doesn't.


it was week 2 2005 and one of my favorite wins of the fox era. it was a huge statement game after the week 1 loss to the saints.

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 04:25 PM

Funny I don't remember that one and I remember most of the few Fox wins.

Did NE already have the season wrapped up?

Let's just say Fox never beat Brady or Bellinchek when it mattered and let it go at that.

One has multiple Super Bowls and the other doesn't.


Wrong again.

Fox beat Brady and Belichek early in the season that year. Probably one of the more memorable regular season games in Fox's time here.

It's amazing how much hate some of you have for Fox. The guy actually did a pretty decent job here, all things considered (and by all things considered, i'm talking about the vast number of pro bowlers who had season ending injuries and also coaching through Jake Delhomme and his complete melt down. Not to mention having the ability to bring in veterans completely cut off by an owner preparing for a lockout.)

Fox was a good coach, not great. But the way some of you guys paint him, you would think he was Rod Marinelli or Eric Mangini

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 04:29 PM

there's a certain way i think about fox.

if he has his guys and is able to play his kind of game, he's a top ten coach in the league easy. if he's out of his comfort zone and has to adjust on the fly, though, he's toast as we saw many times.

that's why his denver teams are going to be so dangerous for a while. plenty of salty veterans and a few great young players. fox also doesn't seem to have the same kind of stranglehold over playcalling in denver that he did here and is somewhat insulated from making the same kind of mistakes.

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 06:08 PM

Wrong again.

Fox beat Brady and Belichek early in the season that year. Probably one of the more memorable regular season games in Fox's time here.

It's amazing how much hate some of you have for Fox. The guy actually did a pretty decent job here, all things considered (and by all things considered, i'm talking about the vast number of pro bowlers who had season ending injuries and also coaching through Jake Delhomme and his complete melt down. Not to mention having the ability to bring in veterans completely cut off by an owner preparing for a lockout.)

Fox was a good coach, not great. But the way some of you guys paint him, you would think he was Rod Marinelli or Eric Mangini


For is a good coach. He thinks he's a great coach. He was paid like a great coach. I am sure he's a great guy.

...and he not had the great fortunate to have Manning in his lap right now, no one would be talking about him. He'd still be 8-8 with The Golden Calf of Bristol.

I don't have hate for anybody. All I know is I too am a season ticket holder and other than a few aberrations, the Panthers were always on the losing side of winning over the past 17 years, including this one.

I just don't want to make Fox out to be just oh so fabulous because Rivera sucks. To me Bellinchek is genius and he has the rings to prove them...rings, not ring...and multiple attempts at more.

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 06:38 PM

What the hell is going on in here?