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    pats fans, brace yourselves for the arrival of gifted but ungovernable wide receiver randy moss, one of the most notorious malcontents in the league together with terrell owens and all those coach killers. too bad for moss, his new coach is bill belichick, who is a protege of the tuna ;D
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    if there is one thing that can settle randy down, it would be the quest for a ring.

    with the way the pats rebuilt the team, they have a good chance they can do it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaco D
    On an "usapang barbero" note, I'd love to see someday a primetime NFL player with pure Noyps blood running through his veins.¬* Second generation works well for me though a home grown, "never-played-a-down-in-Inang-Pinas-and-learned-the-game-while-on-academic-scholarship-at-USC,-Notre Dame,-etc." player would even be better.¬* Sure there were a couple of players with a fraction of Pinoy roots like Roman Gabriel, but nothing beats a balot-eating, cuts meat with a spoon q-back, linebacker or wide rec.
    ¬* ¬* ¬*Check out Eugene Amano of the Tennessee Titans who was born in the Philippines to Filipino parents but later migrated to the United State at a very young age.

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    Defending champs Colts beat the Saints badly, 41-10. New Orleans didn't get to score a touchdown. Looks like Peyton and company are serious in going back to the Super Bowl.

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    yeah. i knew peyton wants more rings to match tom brady's.

    *i watched SNL featuring peyton last week.*
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    2007 aint be a year of new orleans :P

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    ^^ right, on the basis of the season opener. right you are, genius...
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    No Monday Night Football game on ESPN or Solar Sports¬* ???

    1st big night of the season, and they show other sports instead. Brilliant, just bloody great.¬*

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    i managed to watch the 1st game of the MNF doubleheader.

    Ravens had 5 turnovers. McNair injured groin and had to be replaced in the 4th quarter. Key call was the offensive pass interference call in the end zone on Todd Heap (that resulted sana in a touchdown). a few plays later, Kyle Boller threw a pick. end of game.

    Baltimore tried to be more aggressive by passing the ball early.

    best of all, Chad Johnson scored.
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