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    Re: New England's Offensive Firepower

    Enough said
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: New England's Offensive Firepower

    Check out the SIG for your final score.
    And one of the Pats scores comes in garbage time
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    [quote user="miked1958"]Just checked listing for SB next weekend and didn't see anything about all that firepower of Jennings, Nelson, driver, Finley , Crabtree, grant, Rodgers even playing in SB?[/quote]</P>


    Rob Gronkowski alone is better than any receiver they have, hell he's the best tightend in the NFL, and quiet possibly the best we've ever seen.</P>


    Aaron Hernandez is better than any tightend they have, he is explosive, fast, can play X and he can run the ball.</P>


    Wes Welker is overall better than Jennings, and still great in the slot. He is a top 5 best wide receiver is also better than every last one of their receivers. And he can still take a screen and run it for about 10 to 15 yards. </P>


    Deion Branch though not mentioned with the stars, is a superbowl MVP, a very precise and detailed route runner and knows how to get open with sneaky quickess .. and he can beat you deep if you'r e not careful. He's also pretty clutch as well.</P>


    They also don't have an elusive allpurpose pass catching threat out of the backfield like Danny Woodhead. He can be a potential game changer, remember 2010. Not to mention Kevin Faulk who though is older, is still capable of doing some of the same.</P>


    Chad Ochocinco though quiet is not injured, is healthy as when on can outplay just about everybody with MAYBE the exception of Greg Jennings.Ifhe gets going, then he has to be doubled.</P>


    Julian Edelman can do his best Wes Welker imitations, with even more elusiveness making 5 yard screens into 10 to 20 yard runs and can also take handoffs, reverses and things of that nature.</P>


    BenJarvus Green-Ellis is a pound-it out hardnosed runner who's patient, with good vision and can wear a defense down never fumbling with solid hands out of the backfield and Stevan Ridley brings his dynamics as well. GreenBay has nothing like that.</P>


    And Tom Brady is not only the best Quarterback in the league, but is the greatest quarterback of all time.</P>


    So these guys are here in the big dance for a reason, too much versatility, too deep and can hurt you.</P>

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    [quote user="Intellect"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="Intellect"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="JJC7301"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="Intellect"]


    [/quote]i'm with you but he cant catch what is not thrown.. D-LINE for the win![/quote]</P>


    The Giants will not overlook*any receiver that Brady throws to.</P>


    [/quote]very true.. but i'm implying Brady wont have time to throw to any wr[/quote]</P>


    *</P>


    I'm pretty sure New England is aware of the Giants pash rush and will come up with ways to neutralize that.* You have to remember that guys like Von Miller, Elvis Dumervil, Haloti Ngata*and Terrell Suggs were pretty much non factors during the previous post season games.* We all know about your 4 solid pash rushers but with probowlers Logan Mankins and Brian Waters anchoring that line I don't think that will be a problem.* </P>


    [/quote]Your coach is a super genius and I'd expect nothing less of him.. Should be a great game... You got a final score you want to predict?[/quote]</P>


    No not yet lol ... but if I had to I would say 32 Patriots 24 Giants.</P>[/quote]giants 24? We just put up 20 on SF's defence in bad weather. giving too much credit to your defence or not enough to our offence ?

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    [quote user="miked1958"]Just checked listing for SB next weekend and didn't see anything about all that firepower of Jennings, Nelson, driver, Finley , Crabtree, grant, Rodgers even playing in SB?[/quote]</P>


    Rob Gronkowski alone is better than any receiver they have, hell he's the best tightend in the NFL, and quiet possibly the best we've ever seen.<[/quote]stopped reading after this sentence.. We get he is good.. But he's got a little ways to go before he is even the best New England has ever seen IMO. We'll talk when he knocks Ben Coates from that pedestal

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    Re: New England's Offensive Firepower

    Also,

    unless it is a big fraud,his injury will preclude much of a serious threat,no matter how good Gronk may be when he is healthy.....

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    Re: New England's Offensive Firepower

    [quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="Intellect"]


    [quote user="miked1958"]Just checked listing for SB next weekend and didn't see anything about all that firepower of Jennings, Nelson, driver, Finley , Crabtree, grant, Rodgers even playing in SB?[/quote]</P>


    Rob Gronkowski alone is better than any receiver they have, hell he's the best tightend in the NFL, and quiet possibly the best we've ever seen.&lt;[/quote]stopped reading after this sentence.. We get he is good.. But he's got a little ways to go before he is even the best New England has ever seen IMO. We'll talk when he knocks Ben Coates from that pedestal[/quote]


    Rob Gronkowski pound for pound is the greatest tightend New England has ever had and the best ever, no doubt. </P>

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    [quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="Intellect"]

    [quote user="miked1958"]Just checked listing for SB next weekend and didn't see anything about all that firepower of Jennings, Nelson, driver, Finley , Crabtree, grant, Rodgers even playing in SB?[/quote]</P>


    Rob Gronkowski alone is better than any receiver they have, hell he's the best tightend in the NFL, and quiet possibly the best we've ever seen.<[/quote]stopped reading after this sentence.. We get he is good.. But he's got a little ways to go before he is even the best New England has ever seen IMO. We'll talk when he knocks Ben Coates from that pedestal[/quote]While coates was an excellent TE, Gronk is that much better

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    [quote user="Intellect"]

    [quote user="miked1958"]Just checked listing for SB next weekend and didn't see anything about all that firepower of Jennings, Nelson, driver, Finley , Crabtree, grant, Rodgers even playing in SB?[/quote]</P>


    Rob Gronkowski alone is better than any receiver they have, hell he's the best tightend in the NFL, and quiet possibly the best we've ever seen.</P>


    Aaron Hernandez is better than any tightend they have, he is explosive, fast, can play X and he can run the ball.</P>


    Wes Welker is overall better than Jennings, and still great in the slot.* He is a top 5 best wide receiver is also better than every last one of their receivers.* And he can still take a screen and run it for about 10 to 15 yards. </P>


    Deion Branch though not mentioned with the stars, is a superbowl MVP, a very precise and detailed route runner and knows how to get open with sneaky quickess .. and he can beat you deep if you'r e not careful.* He's also pretty clutch as well.</P>


    They also don't have an elusive allpurpose pass catching threat out of the backfield like Danny Woodhead.* He can be a potential game changer, remember 2010.* Not to mention Kevin Faulk who though is older, is still capable of doing some of the same.</P>


    Chad Ochocinco though quiet is not injured, is healthy as when on can outplay just about everybody with MAYBE the exception of Greg Jennings.**If*he gets going, then he has to be doubled.*</P>


    Julian Edelman can do his best Wes Welker imitations, with even more elusiveness making 5 yard screens into 10 to 20 yard runs and can also take handoffs, reverses and things of that nature.</P>


    BenJarvus Green-Ellis is a pound-it out hardnosed runner who's patient, with good vision and can wear a defense down never fumbling with solid hands out of the backfield and Stevan Ridley brings his dynamics as well.* GreenBay has nothing like that.</P>


    And Tom Brady is not only the best Quarterback in the league, but is the greatest quarterback of all time.</P>


    So these guys are here in the big dance for a reason, too much versatility, too deep and can hurt you.</P>[/quote]

    The Patriots are good and might beat us. But lets not gas them up to much. They have a very good intermediate offense. They have no vertical passing game.

    Tom Brady is a very good QB but he wasn't as good as Rodgers was this year. The Giants in two of their last 3 playoff games faced Michael Turner and Gore. The running game of New England wont scare us.

    The Patriots are a worthy SB team. But this team is not the 07 Patriots or even the 2011 Packers or Saints. They're lead by a Brilliant QB and coach but the Giants matchup very well with them. Will the Giants beat them that remains to be seen...but I like the Giants chances.

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    [quote user="EliBlowsCruz"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="Intellect"]

    [quote user="miked1958"]Just checked listing for SB next weekend and didn't see anything about all that firepower of Jennings, Nelson, driver, Finley , Crabtree, grant, Rodgers even playing in SB?[/quote]</P>


    Rob Gronkowski alone is better than any receiver they have, hell he's the best tightend in the NFL, and quiet possibly the best we've ever seen.<[/quote]stopped reading after this sentence.. We get he is good.. But he's got a little ways to go before he is even the best New England has ever seen IMO. We'll talk when he knocks Ben Coates from that pedestal[/quote]While coates was an excellent TE, Gronk is that much better[/quote]When RG gets 5-6 pro bowl in a row than I'll start to agree, maybe

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