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One of the key tenants of the "Patriot Way" is "don't listen to the noise". It comes right after "do your job". in other words, don't listen to what the mediots in the press and talk shows are saying. They don't know whats going on.

Right now Adrian Foster is "listening to the noise". Not a great sign. Well actually it IS a great sign.....if you are a Pats fan.
Adrian Foster? Sounds like you're listening to the noise!
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heh. That's how we feel about the ball-washers that are on their knees for Manning.
At least we can come together and agree that Manning blows.
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I wouldn't get too invested in the Jets playoff upset in the 2010 playoffs. There are only 23 players on the Pats that had to endure the pain of that loss.

In 2010 BB was just into the 2nd year of a virtual reboot of the Roster that dominated the league until 2007 There are only about 8 players left from that 2007 team. Most people aren't aware that the Pats had the youngest defense in the league. BB's genius is that managed that roster reboot while still remaining one of better teams in the league every year.
No not that I was comparing the Jets team and situation to that of our own now.

Only that it seemed like the Jets listened to all the noise then and it probably motivated them. I mean the first thing their team captain says after the win is about how everyone doubted them and even named some of those that did.
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One of the key tenants of the "Patriot Way" is "don't listen to the noise". It comes right after "do your job". in other words, don't listen to what the mediots in the press and talk shows are saying. They don't know whats going on.

Right now Adrian Foster is "listening to the noise". Not a great sign. Well actually it IS a great sign.....if you are a Pats fan.
Your post stinks you make me laugh.

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One of the key tenants of the "Patriot Way" is "don't listen to the noise". It comes right after "do your job". in other words, don't listen to what the mediots in the press and talk shows are saying. They don't know whats going on.

Right now Adrian Foster is "listening to the noise". Not a great sign. Well actually it IS a great sign.....if you are a Pats fan.
Arian Foster will show up and kick ass. Don't kid yourself.
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Good bullentin board material......I dont blame Arian Foster.....anything to motivate.....
Somebody telling him his team is no good.....added motivation....another person telling him he cant do something......watch out.....that kind of thing is what motivates him....it did growing up....if you watched that ESPN special on him.
Patriots writer...thanks for the added motivation....I was hoping one of those east coast writers would say something stupid......and they did........
Let Loose the Bulls on Parade.......
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Adrian Foster? Sounds like you're listening to the noise!
As for "listening to the noise", I'm a fan. That's my job.

As for Adrian Foster, a great player who I have great respect and admiration for. I don't mean to imply that he's a bad guy for "listening to the noise". Its only natural. That's why the Pats put so much effort in NOT being distracted by outside influences. Its a learned skill that been institutionalized in Foxboro. Players are made aware of this from the first day they walk in the door.

Bottom like, Foster shouldn't be listening to the musings of the mediots, whether they are praising or damning his team. The fact that he is, probably doesn't really matter in the great scheme of things. If anything his tweets are probably now bulletin board material in the Pats locker room. But you'll never get them to say so publicly.
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As for "listening to the noise", I'm a fan. That's my job.

As for Adrian Foster, a great player who I have great respect and admiration for. I don't mean to imply that he's a bad guy for "listening to the noise". Its only natural. That's why the Pats put so much effort in NOT being distracted by outside influences. Its a learned skill that been institutionalized in Foxboro. Players are made aware of this from the first day they walk in the door.
If you truly want to respect and admire ARIAN, you may want to start by getting his name right hahah
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As for "listening to the noise", I'm a fan. That's my job.

As for Adrian Foster, a great player who I have great respect and admiration for. I don't mean to imply that he's a bad guy for "listening to the noise". Its only natural. That's why the Pats put so much effort in NOT being distracted by outside influences. Its a learned skill that been institutionalized in Foxboro. Players are made aware of this from the first day they walk in the door.

Bottom like, Foster shouldn't be listening to the musings of the mediots, whether they are praising or damning his team. The fact that he is, probably doesn't really matter in the great scheme of things. If anything his tweets are probably now bulletin board material in the Pats locker room. But you'll never get them to say so publicly.
Just like Jordan shouldn't have listened to the reporter who said he couldn't shoot threes before he played Portland?
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As for "listening to the noise", I'm a fan. That's my job.

As for Adrian Foster, a great player who I have great respect and admiration for. I don't mean to imply that he's a bad guy for "listening to the noise". Its only natural. That's why the Pats put so much effort in NOT being distracted by outside influences. Its a learned skill that been institutionalized in Foxboro. Players are made aware of this from the first day they walk in the door.

Bottom like, Foster shouldn't be listening to the musings of the mediots, whether they are praising or damning his team. The fact that he is, probably doesn't really matter in the great scheme of things. If anything his tweets are probably now bulletin board material in the Pats locker room. But you'll never get them to say so publicly.
Not listening to the noise is "institutionalized in Foxboro", yet Arian's tweets are probably now bulletin board material in the Pats locker room?
LOL. Dude, pick a stance, and take it, but you can't have both polar opposite sides in the same argument.
You wack, yo...
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As for "listening to the noise", I'm a fan. That's my job.

As for Adrian Foster, a great player who I have great respect and admiration for. I don't mean to imply that he's a bad guy for "listening to the noise". Its only natural. That's why the Pats put so much effort in NOT being distracted by outside influences. Its a learned skill that been institutionalized in Foxboro. Players are made aware of this from the first day they walk in the door.

Bottom like, Foster shouldn't be listening to the musings of the mediots, whether they are praising or damning his team. The fact that he is, probably doesn't really matter in the great scheme of things. If anything his tweets are probably now bulletin board material in the Pats locker room. But you'll never get them to say so publicly.
"Not being distracted by outside influence" "Fosters tweets are probably bulletin board material". So, which is it, and what exactly has Foster tweeted that would be that sort of material exactly (I'm pretty sure you won't find any)?

I've heard many Pats fans say that if Foster needs extra motivation then the Texans have already lost. I'm sure the '01 Pats didn't use any sort of media written about them or how they were gifted a win vs Oakland as motivation going into the game against the Rams. Motivation in football is a funny thing and can certainly lead to great upsets. And we've certainly seen the Pats fall to a team their fans believe than to be superior than during playoff and championship football. So you go ahead and keep believing that there is nothing to worry about from the lowly Texans.
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I've read where both Brady and Belichick are expecting a dogfight, are preparing hard and are adding wrinkles...in other words, normal, gameday preparation. What some jerk hole writer says will have no bearing on the game unless the Texans let it get in their head and start doing stupid things to go over the top. I don't see that happening either.
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I've read where both Brady and Belichick are expecting a dogfight, are preparing hard and are adding wrinkles...in other words, normal, gameday preparation. What some jerk hole writer says will have no bearing on the game unless the Texans let it get in their head and start doing stupid things to go over the top. I don't see that happening either.
I'm pretty sure Brady learned his lesson after famously asking when the last time the Patriots only scored 17 was, responding to a score prediction made by Plaxico Burress before the Superbowl.
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Just like Jordan shouldn't have listened to the reporter who said he couldn't shoot threes before he played Portland?
Jordan is the perfect example of this...He was a player that was always looking for some perceived slight in order to give him an edge. Just look at his HOF speech.

Arian Foster himself is a good example of this. He still carries a chip on his shoulder about being undrafted. I hope he keeps remembering that and using it to motivate himself.
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none of this back & forth, twitter feeds and crap is gonna matter if they come out the same way they did last time....i really wish people stop talking about this....All they're doing is giving this bum ass columnist attention.
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"Not being distracted by outside influence" "Fosters tweets are probably bulletin board material". So, which is it, and what exactly has Foster tweeted that would be that sort of material exactly (I'm pretty sure you won't find any)?

I've heard many Pats fans say that if Foster needs extra motivation then the Texans have already lost. I'm sure the '01 Pats didn't use any sort of media written about them or how they were gifted a win vs Oakland as motivation going into the game against the Rams. Motivation in football is a funny thing and can certainly lead to great upsets. And we've certainly seen the Pats fall to a team their fans believe than to be superior than during playoff and championship football. So you go ahead and keep believing that there is nothing to worry about from the lowly Texans.
The Pats are funny about outside motivation. Rodney Harrison mastered it and ingrained it as part of the Patriot Way, making them out to be underdogs when they were double digit favorites.

What us fans believe is irrelevant. What matters is whats going on this week for game planning and how they execute. It's my belief that Belichick will coach the Pats up to win, and Kubiak will coach up your guys not to lose. I could be wrong, and I have no problem coming back in here to say I was wrong in the event the Texans beat the Pats. I just don't think they will. I think Belichick has the advantage.
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Danny boy will be on 98.5 The SportsHub today.

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The Pats are funny about outside motivation. Rodney Harrison mastered it and ingrained it as part of the Patriot Way, making them out to be underdogs when they were double digit favorites.

What us fans believe is irrelevant. What matters is whats going on this week for game planning and how they execute. It's my belief that Belichick will coach the Pats up to win, and Kubiak will coach up your guys not to lose. I could be wrong, and I have no problem coming back in here to say I was wrong in the event the Texans beat the Pats. I just don't think they will. I think Belichick has the advantage.
That one word is the key to everything. Belichick.

Has there been any other NFL coach who got sent to the curb like he did (Browns and Jets)...and then came back and basically re-invented himself and ended up dominating the way this guy has dominated for over a decade now? I mean, his level of coaching is like Michael Jordan'ish in terms of its duration and its unending relentlessness.
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Has there been any other NFL coach who got sent to the curb like he did (Browns and Jets)
I don't think the Jets sent him to the curb. If I remember right, Parcells hand picked Bellichick to replace him & Bellichick gave them the finger.

The Jets were upset about that for a long time.
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