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Author:  Jeemie [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:39 am ]
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Poltargyst wrote:
"Humble" is not a word I associate with the Patriots.

I'm thinking about a prime time game in Pittsburgh. The Pats are blowing out the Steelers, Brady scores a TD himself and spikes the football with great histrionics.

Humble.


They don’t have to be humble, like I said, because they can back up their arrogance.

But they don’t do their talking the week before the game (usually).

Author:  BethlehemSteel [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 5:20 pm ]
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heres' another long thread which the jestering is since last spring

http://patriotsfans.freeforums.net/thre ... ead-laughs

Author:  Poltargyst [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:24 pm ]
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Obviously wrote:
Or Anthony Smith's "guarantee" of a victory.


That wasn't what it was made out to be.

Author:  Jobus Rum [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:51 pm ]
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Poltargyst wrote:
Obviously wrote:
Or Anthony Smith's "guarantee" of a victory.


That wasn't what it was made out to be.

As far as the Pats go...it was exactly what it was made it out to be.

Author:  VanWilder [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:25 pm ]
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The '00-'10 Steelers are to Pats as the 70's Raiders were to the Steelers, until further notice.

Author:  Poltargyst [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:57 pm ]
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Jobus Rum wrote:
Poltargyst wrote:
Obviously wrote:
Or Anthony Smith's "guarantee" of a victory.


That wasn't what it was made out to be.

As far as the Pats go...it was exactly what it was made it out to be.

If you're saying it was distorted by the media and then was used to full effect by Belichick to motivate his team.

Author:  alancac98 [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:29 pm ]
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The soft as baby shit zone defense they played hung Anthony Smith out to dry, mostly - just like last years AFC Championship game. I'm sorry, but guaranteeing a win if your team makes no mistakes is hardly billboard material unless it's use hides the fact that he said they basically can't play stupid in order to win - which they did. If a pro athlete needs that kinda material to jack them self up for the big game, then their maturity level is on the 5th grade level. Then to think of it, most of these guys probably read at or near a fifth grade level, so it just might be normal! In Smith defense, he was right. They should have ripped the Patriots a new one that year had they actually played the way you need to play against Brady. Instead, they puckered their assholes, tucked their balls between their legs, and let Brady dictate the play of the game all night. So yes, they bitched out!

Author:  Obviously [ Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:48 pm ]
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Poltargyst wrote:
If you're saying it was distorted by the media and then was used to full effect by Belichick to motivate his team.


We can play the semantics game all day long, Polt. The fact of the matter is, BB's players don't say stupid shit prior to the game or they pay the consequences. Case in point, Wes Welker making feet jokes prior to a game with the Jets and their foot fetish head coach Rex Ryan. Welker gets benched for I believe was the first quarter of that game.

Anthony Smith said he could guarantee a victory if the Steelers all played their best or something to that degree. Well hell, that means their best effort could beat the Patriots best effort which we know at the time wasn't true. It was bluster, and Smith being young and stupid decided he'd make that claim. Doesn't matter if the media distorts it. JUST FUCKING DON'T SAY IT!!!

Tomlin and his staff which includes loudmouth Porter seem to encourage that kind of bluster. I don't mind the Steelers having the swagger and being confident in their abilities. Just don't do something stupid like they always seem to do before a Patriots game. Sometimes after with Tomlin bellyaching about headphones and opining for all to hear that that kind of thing always happens in Foxboro like a little bitch.

Again, all this shit will cease to be talked about once Tomlin can figure out how to get over the hump with BB. Like Coughlin did. And Harbaugh, Kubiak, Fox and the foot fetish boy.

Author:  Poltargyst [ Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:54 pm ]
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Obviously wrote:
Poltargyst wrote:
If you're saying it was distorted by the media and then was used to full effect by Belichick to motivate his team.


We can play the semantics game all day long, Polt. The fact of the matter is, BB's players don't say stupid shit prior to the game or they pay the consequences. Case in point, Wes Welker making feet jokes prior to a game with the Jets and their foot fetish head coach Rex Ryan. Welker gets benched for I believe was the first quarter of that game.

Anthony Smith said he could guarantee a victory if the Steelers all played their best or something to that degree. Well hell, that means their best effort could beat the Patriots best effort which we know at the time wasn't true. It was bluster, and Smith being young and stupid decided he'd make that claim. Doesn't matter if the media distorts it. JUST FUCKING DON'T SAY IT!!!

Tomlin and his staff which includes loudmouth Porter seem to encourage that kind of bluster. I don't mind the Steelers having the swagger and being confident in their abilities. Just don't do something stupid like they always seem to do before a Patriots game. Sometimes after with Tomlin bellyaching about headphones and opining for all to hear that that kind of thing always happens in Foxboro like a little bitch.

Again, all this shit will cease to be talked about once Tomlin can figure out how to get over the hump with BB. Like Coughlin did. And Harbaugh, Kubiak, Fox and the foot fetish boy.


It wasn't bluster. It was the most bland statement that any player of any team would say about any game against any opponent. "If we all do our jobs, we'll win the game." Whoa, dude, slow down, don't be so controversial.

Author:  Obviously [ Thu Nov 23, 2017 5:02 pm ]
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VanWilder wrote:
The '00-'10 Steelers are to Pats as the 70's Raiders were to the Steelers, until further notice.


The Raiders beat the Steelers in the playoffs twice in the 70's so I would say the current Steelers are more like the Oilers of the 70's.

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