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Rivera's Revenge : Don't Trade Fieldgoals with BRADY please.


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#1 propagandamachine

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 10:55 AM

Its beautiful to watch ron understand and learn from his past mistakes and with that new wisdom permeating throughout the team; we have wins. 

Ron has been here before with San Diego - Hot team , Hot Offense and of course the one team that shows up alert and ready to capitalize on your mistakes : Patriots. 

 

Patriots excellence 

If theres one thing Bellick does well if not game planning : nope. He works hard at making sure that his teams understand their opponents and that they need to bring the same energy to each game. He drills this OVER AND OVER again about how dangerous the other team is and how if they dont watch it - the reality of a loss with a Tom Brady offense will happen.

NO MISTAKES, NO BULLSHIT, keep your eyes on the Ball - the minute a whiff of a turnover - Capitalize on that poo and take it to the house. Let them get back to winning next week - Were winning today.  

 

Well thats all good but i beleive Ron has learnt his lesson and he is drilling the same message with the help of fans of course. 

Patriots have over and over destroyed Ron's opportunity at greatness and i believe for the first time : hes in the drivers seat and knows what it will take to win. 

We have out thugged , blown away teams , beaten down teams (San fran) and this monday night - ill be there to watch something beautiful when Carolina Plays Patriots. 

 

This should be a Fun game to watch. I dont care if it rains, snows, satelittes fall from the sky : ill be there. 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:25 AM

Panthers walk away with a win if they can substain long drives to control the clock,meanwhile scoring points and keeping Brady and company off the fieid. Sounds simple but not an easy thing to do.



#3 LiQuiD

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:04 PM

But most importantly, score more points than the other team. Don't forget that one, Capt. Obvious.

 

 

Panthers walk away with a win if they can substain long drives to control the clock,meanwhile scoring points and keeping Brady and company off the fieid. Sounds simple but not an easy thing to do.

 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:07 PM

This Pats offense isn't the offense of years past

If we take care of the ball and control clock and field position we have a good chance to keep them under 20 points.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:43 PM

Exactly - they may be not that offense of the past - but be assured that they will capitalize mercilessly on any mistake. I'll say this - this team has what it takes to tear the patriots apart.

They have the toughness and the talent to do it .


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