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phinfanNY08
01-16-2006, 07:13 PM
Let me start off by saying how happy I am with the direction of the phins. now to the story at hand.

Bill Bellichek or however you spell it- complained and whined about the ref's costing them the game. wasn't it a few years ago they had every single call going their way (hello tuck rule). He just now realized that it is over, there is no more dynasty, tom brady isn't invisible and they have no running game. lets thank denver for making miami the front runners for the division next year.

Peyton Manning- yea buddy your good, we all know that, but dont call out your offensive line for bad protection. wasnt it peyton over throwing his recievers, and holding it far too long to begin with. you have the best offensive line in football. and then shaking your head about the missed kick and laughing. last time i checked 46 yards with the game on the line is no walk in the park. i hope next year your offensive line pulls a paul crew on your *** and you get destroyed every game out.

I just find this amusing

His Dudeness
01-16-2006, 07:19 PM
bellichick showed how much of a prick he was. Peyton, usually is a much better teamate... but he was out of line also.


but the pats are where its really funny... they benefit from all these controversial calls and stuff, then, they complain about the PI in the SECOND QUARTER. and the bailey play, was never indisputable. they probably got it right as is. Then BB whines? Remember when the pats used to make fun of people who whined? now, funny how things look when the tables are turned.

TGall13
01-16-2006, 07:19 PM
Also, nice call on 3rd and 2....let's go for the touchdown when all they needed was a fricken 1st down and a few more yards to make the fieldgoal that much easier. I've just lost some respect for Peyton after his comments.

As far as New England, whatever...they can go 0-16 next year for all I care.

Roman529
01-16-2006, 07:21 PM
Belichick's bottom lip was quivering during his post game interviews....he looked and sounded like a little kid on the playground who just had his tonka toys taken away. Wanhhhhhhh.

Peyton Manning: Needs to look in the mirror. Sometimes he holds onto the ball way too long and gets sacked. He has all pro o-lineman and they can't protect him forever.....maybe Manning's audibles hurt the team just as much as they help? I am sure his lineman feel really good about themselves now.

feelthepain
01-16-2006, 07:27 PM
Well I wouldn't go so far as to say it's over, but I do agree I lost no sleep from the calls going against the Pats for a change. I don't think it's right one team wins as much as NE has the last 4 years. However I'm sure I wouldn't mind Miami winning that much. I hope NE takes a step backwards and they have a few down seasons because I would like to see my team rise to the top now.

I will say this, does anyone know the real reason Indy lost Sunday?? IMO, it was Dungy. I think he's a very good coach but for some reason he loses his team in the playoffs. Why, because he's not a get in your face drive you to victory type of caoch he's very quite and subtle. I think the coaches that win it all stay on the team letting them know they need to win the game the coaches have done all they can do when it comes to getting the team to the big games.

When it becomes playoff time and you need to win or go home it's always going to be the team that wants it more and yesterday the team that wanted it more was Pittsburgh. I think Saban has the same kind of fire as Cower,Chucky and Parcells. If Saban can get us to a big game I feel we will have a good chance to win because Saban will have the team fired up to win.

Maynard the Hammer
01-16-2006, 07:27 PM
they seem like spoiled brats

DolfanISS
01-16-2006, 08:31 PM
I LOVE IT. I've been listening to WEEI Boston and I absolutely love it. A guy from Denver called in today and those babies could hardly handle it. All they could do was poke fun at him for having one tooth and that typical hillbilly bashing type stuff. The guy from Denver took it in stride and got some nice digs in on the Pats. There giving NE the division next season already saying and I quote, "nobody in the AFC East will have a chance to beat out the Patriots next season." I love the fact that there were indeed bad calls in the game. I'll admit it all day long. What about Jamar Fletcher on David Givens in 2002, pass interference my ***. I've seen the New England Patriots get more calls than any other football team over the past 5 or 6 seasons. If I were the back judge, I'd have thrown the flag too. In fact I'm going to make that last 2 sentences my new sig.

ibemacin
01-17-2006, 03:21 AM
bellichick showed how much of a prick he was. Peyton, usually is a much better teamate... but he was out of line also.


but the pats are where its really funny... they benefit from all these controversial calls and stuff, then, they complain about the PI in the SECOND QUARTER. and the bailey play, was never indisputable. they probably got it right as is. Then BB whines? Remember when the pats used to make fun of people who whined? now, funny how things look when the tables are turned.

Manning shouldn't have said it publicly but he was right when he said that. It could have just been Pittsburgh's blitz package but you still have to protect better than they did!

SMadison29
01-17-2006, 03:29 AM
Manning shouldn't have said it publicly but he was right when he said that. It could have just been Pittsburgh's blitz package but you still have to protect better than they did!


He should have said it publicly. Can you imagine if that happened to Marino & how many of his olinemen he would have yanked up on the field. The entire interior line played like s***.

Eshlemon
01-17-2006, 02:23 PM
Manning shouldn't have said it publicly but he was right when he said that. It could have just been Pittsburgh's blitz package but you still have to protect better than they did!


That O-line and Peyton had a lot of trouble with the 3-4 defense of the Pats the past few years and the Steelers 3-4 made them look bad. Has this been a trend for the Colts offense (both coaches & players) against the 3-4 defense?