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Old 01-11-2013   #11
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Default Re: Sunday's game is nothing but a formality

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We came in under prepared against the 49ers and played atrociously in the 1st half. I will give you that.
Hey, whatever you have to tell yourself pal.
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The difference is, unlike the Texans, we didn't give up and allow ourselves to be humiliated. We came back from 31-3 to lose by only 7, after adjustments at halftime.
This isn't the BCS.... actually, not even the BCS gives a sh1t about your "almost" come back.
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We played poorly against the Jags. But we tend to do that against poor teams when nothing is on the line.
Again, as long as you sleep well at night, it doesn't really matter. You tell yourself whatever you need to, to convince yourself your team didn't peak in the regular season.

Playing your Super Bowl against the Texans in week 14. Blowing your wad & stumbling into the play-offs weak-kneed.

It's ok.
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Miami? We dominated the entire game and our D got a shutout.
Gotcha... you "dominated" a bad Miami team, so you're "ready" for the Super Bowl... too bad Miami isn't between you & a Super Bowl.

Look, you peaked prematurely. We've had that affect on a lot of teams this season. It happens. It's nothing to be ashamed of, you're still a "great" regular season team. Some teams can't even say that.

Just remember y'all used to be good enough to win Super Bowls, you can probably live the rest of your life bragging about those Super Bowls.. I mean it hasn't "really" been a decade & it only "feels" like it was a long time ago. Hey, you can even say you "almost" won it last year.

Next year, you won't be the only one mistakenly thinking you've got a Super Bowl team again, there are a bunch of delusional people out there who thinks Brady can do it all by himself.
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