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View Poll Results: Who wins?

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  • New England Patriots

    15 88.24%
  • St. Louis Rams

    2 11.76%
  • Tie

    0 0%
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    Should've titled this thread "Silence of the Rams".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donjamin View Post
    Should've titled this thread "Silence of the Rams".
    Winner.

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    Call me stupid or anything else, but I don't really get the thread title.

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    Brandon (big bang clock) Merriweather is on the Rams?

    I wish we could burn him a couple times but i thought he was injured for the season...?

    Oh, the game is in London... I get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot Pride View Post
    Brandon (big bang clock) Merriweather is on the Rams?

    I wish we could burn him a couple times but i thought he was injured for the season...?

    Oh, the game is in London... I get it.
    He's on the Skins.
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    Being overseas may be a bit of an equalizer due to the field quality, but i still expect the Patriots to win this tho it won't be easy. I'm hoping for a more aggressive play-calling on Offense this week if were in Rams territory we shouldn't fear to go for it, i'm noticing more and more no matter how far back we pin the opposing offense in special teams are defense still gets lit up (hence the Jets 92 yard Drive TD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agar81 View Post
    He's on the Skins.
    Ah the former PSD's Big Bang Clock knows.

    He played alright for us at times but was too much of a liability in the end. Injured on that stupid play this season. Glad we parted ways with him.

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    Agreed. He had potential but not the right mindset.
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    Hernandez is out for this week.

    Pats TE Aaron Hernandez's ankle has not responded to treatment. He's struggling to cut, will not play Sunday vs. Rams. Bye next week to rest
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    All im gonna say is im glad that was the first meeting against them cuz when we get fully healthy we are gonna rape them

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    Patriots(4-3) vs. Rams(3-4)- The Patriots return to see the Big Bang Clock!

    We have so many injuries right now.... The bye week couldn't have come at a better spot for us. Hopefully we can sneak out a win, get healthy of the bye and get on a roll through the 2nd half of the season.
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    Niceeeee and thin in the secondary. Wilson and McCourty at safety, Dennard/Moore on the outside, Arrington in the slot?

    Cole will have to get some PT as well. Yikes.

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    All these injuries on the Pats makes this game all in ST. Louis's favor.
    20+ years from now I and others will look back @WMXXX and say remember when Brock Beat The Undertaker? More people will remember his only loss more than those 21 Straight wins.

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    We're going to have to gut this one out fellas. Whatever it takes, just get the W.

    The bye week definitely comes at the right time. We'll need to it get healthy and try to find our stride.

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    My ultimate nightmare would be Danny Amendola actually playing after nearly dying a few weeks ago. He absolutely shreds us in a Torrey Smith-type of performance leading to a Rams Win.

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    Patriots(4-3) vs. Rams(3-4)- The Patriots return to see the Big Bang Clock!

    He's more like Welker than any other receiver in the league right now.
    PSD's Kenbrell Thompkins

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