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GinoC wrote: Just found out today, I'm actually going to be watching this a few hundred miles south in Salem, OR. Nice whirlwind tour Monday am meeting, a few of hours work and the redeye home via Atlanta. My wife calls it my "vacation". In any event Pats should win this. Are they staying out west this time, it sure didn't help vs SD?
The New England Patriots are preparing for their second weeklong stay on the West Coast this season.
They'll leave Friday afternoon for Seattle where they'll play the Seahawks on Sunday. Then they'll spend the next few days practicing at San Jose State for their game the following Sunday at Oakland
Posted: 12/3/2008 9:02 PM
BlueThunderrr wrote: I wouldn't sweat this one guys. I've had to watch all our losses. Yeah, we got alot of guys back, but we look as crappy as we did before we got 'em back. Our defense is worthless, our O can't convert a third down if it mean't their lives, and special teams has been the only semi-spotlight. I suspect you'll win by double digits.
Posted: 12/4/2008 5:33 PM
Spencer became the 11th Seattle player on injured reserve in this lost season on Wednesday. Converted guard Steve Vallos will make his second career start on Sunday for Seattle (2-10) against New England (7-5).
Spencer said he kept playing through a bulging disk that began bothering him in training camp and caused him to miss all but the final preseason game. When quarterback Matt Hasselbeck had a bulging disk early this season, he sat out five games to rest it. But Seattle's first-round draft choice in 2005 took anti-inflammatory injections to start the first 11 games.
Then the pain and numbness down his legs become too much before last week's loss at Dallas.
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If Patriots history is any indication, the calendar reflects that better days are ahead.
Over his first eight seasons, the Patriots compiled a December won-loss percentage of .824 under Belichick, taking 28 of the 34 games they’ve played.
Recent history is even better.
The Patriots have won 14 of their past 15 games in the month dating back to a 23-7 win over the New York Jets in the Meadowlands on Dec. 26, 2004.
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It would be a nice week to install a blitz package. No wait the Patriots are playing a bad team. They will get pressure. if they were playing a good or playoff team then I'd say different.
I still say the Patriots are done, no playoffs.
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Posted: 12/7/2008 12:43 PM
Times, they are a changin!!!!!
Where is everybody?????
Three and a half hours before game time, and this site is like a ghost town!! It didn't used to be like this!! Is it all because the Pats the aren't having a good year???? Are we becoming fair-weather fans???? DL, where are you????
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dokgonzo wrote: Interesting that they started Wilhite over O'Neal. Not that it mattered.The Pats defense is nowhere to be found.
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