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11 hours ago, dmb3684 said:

 

I also could be wrong, but I'm guessing there will be a miniscule number of Vikings fans there. Why would  they go?

 

Super bowl was in Houston last year. I knew at least 1 person that went. He wasn't a fan of either team. 

 

I just assume these people exist after meeting 1.

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You guys'll like this, Boogie Down Brown a "TD celebration consultant" ...ha-ha

 

Brown: "The Pro Bowl is the Super Bowl of celebration!" (Von Miller Raises his hand). "What?" 

Von Miller: "Um, then what is the Super Bowl?"

Brown: "What is your name?"

Von Miller: "Von Miller" (scene shifts to a conference room where there is only Brown)

Brown: "Ain't nobody ever heard of no Von Miller! Until he's done something in this game, I don't want to hear him talk! Less of this and more of this!" 

 

 

 

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On 1/31/2018 at 9:23 PM, Dreams And Dwightmares said:

I believe Patriots will have home field despite what ticket sales say, even if home field is more just Anti Philly than pro Patriots. 


You're going way overboard with this. There were some beer cans thrown or something?  The fans really only became a storyline because the game wasn't competitive.

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Way wrong. Philly Fans travel better than any fan base In Football. I was at the Eagles/Pats Super Bowl in Jacksonville. There were at least 3-1 Eagle Fans. They called it Phillyville that week. 

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In all seriousness, a couple of props I love: 

 

Brady over 37.5 pass attempts

Amendola over 4.5 rec

Ajayi over 62.5 rushing yds

Total sacks under 4.5 

 

playing the the first two large 

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7 minutes ago, malta69 said:

In all seriousness, a couple of props I love: 

 

Brady over 37.5 pass attempts

Amendola over 4.5 rec

Ajayi over 62.5 rushing yds

Total sacks under 4.5 

 

playing the the first two large 

 

I'm with you. Those are almost locks.

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8 minutes ago, malta69 said:

In all seriousness, a couple of props I love: 

 

Brady over 37.5 pass attempts

Amendola over 4.5 rec

Ajayi over 62.5 rushing yds

Total sacks under 4.5 

 

playing the the first two large 

Amendola probably faces the toughest match-up of any of the NE receivers. He will line up against Patrick Robinson most of the game. Will be interesting to see how the Patriots attack it.

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12 minutes ago, malta69 said:

In all seriousness, a couple of props I love: 

 

Brady over 37.5 pass attempts

Amendola over 4.5 rec

Ajayi over 62.5 rushing yds

Total sacks under 4.5 

 

playing the the first two large 

 

Hate the Dola one. Good luck though.

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2 hours ago, malta69 said:

In all seriousness, a couple of props I love: 

 

Brady over 37.5 pass attempts

Amendola over 4.5 rec

Ajayi over 62.5 rushing yds

Total sacks under 4.5 

 

playing the the first two large 

I'm a fan of

 

Lewis over 29.5 yards receiving

Burton over 1.5 receptions 

Eagles first half, pats win the game

Eagles more penalty yards 

 

I'm also throwing some darts at total TDs, Blount and white tds

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4 minutes ago, hoppychokes said:

I'm a fan of

 

Lewis over 29.5 yards receiving

Burton over 1.5 receptions 

Eagles first half, pats win the game

Eagles more penalty yards 

 

I'm also throwing some darts at total TDs, Blount and white tds

 

 

Not or bad. I'd love to see Burton more involved for sure. 

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4 hours ago, lolcopter said:

"classy NE fans, as always"

 

What can we say, it's probably the only place on earth where you could go to church and regularly hear the pastor drop the F bomb. e; Unfortunately for Eagles fans I don't think they get it done.

 

Tom Brady doesn't need to be mobile, that he can't withstand much punishment, meaningless. Of course, he doesn't need a legit z-slot primary either. Something happens to Gronk, doesn't matter, I'm not sure anything does. The interior of their OL, the center (Andrews) went undrafted while Mason & Thuney were mid round guys. But collectively they're goats themselves, the time & space they afford Brady is as good as it gets. So, no major commitment on the interior is necessary, where you really gotta have it with a QB that can't move. No real stud RB. They know what the defense is running probably 80% of the time. The times they don't, to their credit, are those option routes. 

 

If it were me, I'd press Fletcher Cox aggressively against Andrews, forcing a one-on-one which would seemingly be a mismatch. That could force collapse and a double from one of the OGs. Whichever side the help comes from,  blitz that gap the OG vacates! Or, rush the DE up inside that vacuum & bring a nickel 'backer off a soft & tight corner. Blitz a 2nd man and they'd force max protect, leaving five defenders to cover Gronk and those two WRs. Philly could get it done but I think we're going to see what we usually see. By the 2nd half, New England will know exactly what Philly is doing while Philly has no clue whatsoever. 

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4 hours ago, malta69 said:

In all seriousness, a couple of props I love: 

 

Brady over 37.5 pass attempts

Amendola over 4.5 rec

Ajayi over 62.5 rushing yds

Total sacks under 4.5 

 

playing the the first two large 

 

Two more "can't miss" props: 

 

horrifically bad call benefits NE

opponent's incompetent coaching benefits NE 

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