Patriots vs Rams

Poll ended at Sun 02.03.2019, 22:18

Patriots
30
58%
Rams
22
42%
 
Total votes : 52
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prplhz14 wrote:everyone can just send me all their sands instead.


Nope. I need my remaining 762 sands (and change!) to lose betting against the Patriots next year.

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DELTA6TWO wrote:
prplhz14 wrote:everyone can just send me all their sands instead.


Nope. I need my remaining 762 sands (and change!) to lose betting against the Patriots next year.

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Hahaha. Good point.
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Thought this was pretty interesting.

In his Monday column, Breer recounts with the McCourty Twins the importance backup quarterback Brian Hoyer played in preparing the Patriots to face Sean McVay's offense. Hoyer played for Kyle Shanahan in 2014 in Cleveland and again in 2017 in San Francisco, which provided a background for helping slow McVay and the Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

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Before the Super Bowl, he watched an episode of Peyton Manning's Detail series on ESPN-Plus on Goff, and it hit him right away -- the offense is the same. Looking at the Rams tape confirmed it. Then, he saw an NFL Network interview where Goff and McVay discussed the coach being in the quarterback's ear up until the 15-second play-clock cutoff, which was something Shanahan did with Hoyer. Then, Hoyer went back to Amazon's All or Nothing series on the Rams; it was about the 2016 season but had footage of OTAs from McVay's first spring there. Hoyer recognized the language.

"I guess that's the risk in putting yourself out there like that," Hoyer joked over the phone on Sunday.

The McCourty Twins then go on to detail how Hoyer played a vital role in how the Patriots defense evolved throughout the season, as he would point out how a QB would beat them as a scout quarterback during practice.
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Ah, the, 'they won the Super Bowl because of Brian Hoyer' angle. A little earlier in the off-season than I expected though...
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Jcb890 wrote:Ah, the, 'they won the Super Bowl because of Brian Hoyer' angle. A little earlier in the off-season than I expected though...


I was trying to decide if "Brian Hoyer--Super Bowl 53 MVP" or New England Patriots find a new way to cheat" had a better ring to it...
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Jcb890 wrote:Ah, the, 'they won the Super Bowl because of Brian Hoyer' angle. A little earlier in the off-season than I expected though...


I was trying to decide if "Brian Hoyer--Super Bowl 53 MVP" or New England Patriots find a new way to cheat" had a better ring to it...


I go with option b
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DELTA6TWO wrote:
Jcb890 wrote:Ah, the, 'they won the Super Bowl because of Brian Hoyer' angle. A little earlier in the off-season than I expected though...


I was trying to decide if "Brian Hoyer--Super Bowl 53 MVP" or New England Patriots find a new way to cheat" had a better ring to it...


I go with option b


And here I thought you were a Patsies fan...
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Looks like Hoyer is establishing his cred to be the next D-Coordinator in NE.
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Well, they are my 32nd favoritest team.
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Cyguy84 wrote:Personally, I like the concept of people wearing jerseys on game day in support of the team. Like, if I go to the grocery store on a Sunday, I see a bunch of people wearing jerseys.

I wouldn't wear a jersey on any other day or as a regular occurrence, though.


yeah, I see no problem wearing a jersey on game day if you're going to the game. I agree about not wearing it on any other day, that doesn't make much sense.

I think it's ridiculous to think that you can't wear a jersey because you don't look like a football player or your older than 30.
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bigredmachineffl wrote:Well, they are my 32nd favoritest team.


:lol: :lol: :lol: I was thinking there was no bigger insult to you than to call you a pats fan
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bigredmachineffl wrote:Well, they are my 32nd favoritest team.


:lol: :lol: :lol: I was thinking there was no bigger insult to you than to call you a pats fan


You would be correct sir.
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"You must be a Super Bowl because I'm cheating on you"
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