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Sunday, October 30, 2005

Pats / Bills 2nd Half: Pats D comes alive...

The Pats D has come alive in the 2nd, generating some turnovers and finally putting decent pressure on the Bills. The offense has taken advantage and made the Bills pay with touchdowns.

Can I just say, no matter how this game turns out, how fucking great is it to have Tedy Bruschi on the field of play again? It's just fantastic and he's had a great night. Full Tilt, Full Fucking Time. Effin' A Cotton, EFFIN - A.

So, it's the 2 min warning and The Pats just stopped da Bills on 4th down. This 4th quarter has been exciting. With 2 min left, The Pats have 1 time out, as do the Bills. The Patriots need to grind out a 1st down, maybe even 2 to be able to put in Tom Brady's favorite play, (kneeling on the ball and letting the clock wind down.)

Well, the Patriots don't get the damn 1st down, so they'll have to hold on for 21 seconds...

The Bills screwed up the punt [NICE] and wasted a bunch of time running around... 3 seconds left to victory...


Pats win 21-16 and improve to 4-3, alone atop the AFC East. A great win. Bruschi looked like a muther-effing super hero action figure out there on the field. 30 regular season games without losing 2 games straight.

The Colts had this week off and are coming into Foxboro next week undefeated. I don't like that Indy is undefeated. Time to take care of that I think...



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