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Old 27.01.2015, 01:22 PM
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Talking Super Bowl 49. Gameday thread.

Well folks its that time of year again.


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Old 27.01.2015, 01:55 PM
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Do we have to talk about the game, I haven't finished talking about slightly deflated balls yet...
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Old 27.01.2015, 02:32 PM
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Seattle spend all week figuring out how to stop Gronk, Brady ignores him for 3 quarters, Edelman and LaFell get 100 yards each LaBlount gets 95 all game Seattle change tactics, Gronk goes for 120 yds in 4th.

Pats 38-21
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Old 27.01.2015, 02:49 PM
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Seattle spend all week figuring out how to stop Gronk, Brady ignores him for 3 quarters, Edelman and LaFell get 100 yards each LaBlount gets 95 all game Seattle change tactics, Gronk goes for 120 yds in 4th.

Pats 38-21
I might be wrong, but i think the last time the Seahawks gave up 38 points was in 2010?

And I wonder if Blount will need a car service to get him to the stadium on time
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Old 27.01.2015, 03:22 PM
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I might be wrong, but i think the last time the Seahawks gave up 38 points was in 2010?

And I wonder if Blount will need a car service to get him to the stadium on time
We put up 23 in Seattle and left at least 10 points on the field with a int in the endzone and not getting a kick in at the end of the first half. I'd say that's enough considering it ain't in Seattle.

Plus we don't have the 30th ranked defence like we did in that game.

And you have to admit GB should have put 37 up last week.
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Old 27.01.2015, 03:27 PM
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We put up 23 in Seattle and left at least 10 points on the field with a int in the endzone and not getting a kick in at the end of the first half. I'd say that's enough considering it ain't in Seattle.

Plus we don't have the 30th ranked defence like we did in that game.

And you have to admit GB should have put 37 up last week.
I think whoever wins this game scores less than 27 points. It'll have less than 50 total
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Old 27.01.2015, 03:40 PM
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FINALLY!

I've waited ages for this thread! Who cares about the Pro Bowl?!

I cannot wait!
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We put up 23 in Seattle and left at least 10 points on the field with a int in the endzone and not getting a kick in at the end of the first half. I'd say that's enough considering it ain't in Seattle.

Plus we don't have the 30th ranked defence like we did in that game.

And you have to admit GB should have put 37 up last week.
Lies, damn lies and statistics. Only a blind man would deny how hot that defense has been since mid-october.

Other than 2 early drives against Green Bay (which still only resulted in FG's) they've been almost impenetrable.

I will not say the Pats offense can't win this one, but if they do, they''ll do it the hard way, barring some freak poor performance from Seattle.

This isn't just a very good defense you're up against, this is very possibly the best ever (sorry, Bears fans)
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Old 27.01.2015, 04:52 PM
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Lies, damn lies and statistics. Only a blind man would deny how hot that defense has been since mid-october.

Other than 2 early drives against Green Bay (which still only resulted in FG's) they've been almost impenetrable.

I will not say the Pats offense can't win this one, but if they do, they''ll do it the hard way, barring some freak poor performance from Seattle.

This isn't just a very good defense you're up against, this is very possibly the best ever (sorry, Bears fans)
Agree with this. No way do the Patriots run the score up on this defence.
They have enough to outscore Seattle though, but I do worry!!!!
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Old 27.01.2015, 04:59 PM
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I had hoped the 'deflategate' controversy would have been sorted before the SB, but it doesn't look like that's going to be the case..who knows, it might work in our favour - we play better with a point to prove!

I think this game comes down to the protection for Brady, we've been here twice before, and Seattle are a different beast all together than the Giants.

Patriots win, no score over 30.
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