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  • Three peat
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    Originally posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Watch as soon as they beat KC, they’ll start thumping their chests about what a “great team they are” and how they’ve “turned the page” on the season. Then they’ll keep reminding us of Nov 12.
    Havnt seen that message much since they have lost to the bills,giants and chargers. As much as they might want to avoid it Nov 12, Tom Brady and the 5 time Super Bowl champs are coming donkey fans and it wont be pretty

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  • Sam_Z
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    Originally posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Watch as soon as they beat KC, they’ll start thumping their chests about what a “great team they are” and how they’ve “turned the page” on the season. Then they’ll keep reminding us of Nov 12.
    Kind of like what your bf barph is doing right now? Pathetic and I'm pretty sure Broncos fans have a lot more class than that. I mean seriously dude you don't see us on your pansies message forum saying stupid things like you guys do on here.

    BTW the one fella who's been saying nov 12th is coming, hasn't stopped saying it. He has not contradicted himself nor has anyone else here other than you so I don't see what your complaint would be.

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  • TommyBrady12
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    Originally posted by BNKG View Post
    Since you're playing the chiefs tomorrow ill go ahead and cheer for the Broncos. Good luck
    Watch as soon as they beat KC, they’ll start thumping their chests about what a “great team they are” and how they’ve “turned the page” on the season. Then they’ll keep reminding us of Nov 12.

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  • BNKG
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    Since you're playing the chiefs tomorrow ill go ahead and cheer for the Broncos. Good luck

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  • Beagle
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    Originally posted by BNKG View Post
    Original post was long before any of those "Google search" articles came out.
    Seems odd to make a huge stink of the giants doing it only to allow it the next year. What happened to shutting off communication at 15 seconds?
    Learn to read. The information you need is all there in"letters" that are formed into "words" which in turn gives you the information!:doh:

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  • Sam_Z
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    Originally posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    But according to you all, rules that are on the NFL books don’t matter. After all, the patriots “cheated” because of the tuck rule and the “illegal” formations against the ravens in the playoffs, even though the rules allowed them.
    Seems that you may have to instruct your counterpart here. Your trying to instruct us when we all know the rules but what your counterpart is saying here completely contradicts your statement.
    Originally posted by hardwork View Post
    The Doncs are the biggest cheaters in football, and everybody knows it. Whether its taking opponents legs out, cheating on the cap, or using walkie talkies.
    Just as you said it was all within the rules and if you do your homework on the cap issue you'll understand that deferred payments is the same as Tom Brady restructuring his contract to be paid over time...
    Originally posted by PatsFan4ever View Post
    Freyaka is so butthurt again that he's name calling. Can't handle your team being cheaters?
    Uh seems that there is another special ed that you'll have to instruct as well Tammy12. Surrounded by village idiots must be stressful.

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  • PatsFan4ever
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    Freyaka is so butthurt again that he's name calling. Can't handle your team being cheaters?

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  • Three peat
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    Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
    According to patriots fans who are trying to deflect the fact that their team gets caught and punished for cheating frequently.


    We aren't going to get punished for this because there wasn't a rule violation... We were well within the established rules as we were using a walkie talkie that shuts off within the required time on the playclock.


    Keep Crying hardwork, keep crying.
    Oh lets not forget the Doncos fines and lost draft picks for salary gate. Donkeys in glass houses shouldn't throw horse shoes
    Last edited by Three peat; 10-25-2017, 12:52 PM.

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  • TommyBrady12
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    Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
    Still not relevant...
    The NFL obviously did not consider the Tuck Rule that important if they waited 15 years. The walkie talkie thing was important as it was addressed right away.
    Last edited by TommyBrady12; 10-25-2017, 12:16 PM.

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  • OrangeFanatic
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    LOL @ cheatriots...at least they have the GOAT***********************.

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  • Freyaka
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    Originally posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Tuck rule was changed almost 15 years later. Walkie talkie rule changed right away.
    Still not relevant...

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  • TommyBrady12
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    Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
    The reason there was a "big stink" is because when the Giants did it, they did it with normal walkie talkies. This allowed them to circumvent the rule the NFL still has in place even now that at 15 seconds remaining on the playclock audio communications is shut down.

    The walkie talkies that were used ALSO shut down at 15 seconds. That is not a "big stink" because they modified the system to allow it to fit within the existing rules. You'd know that if you tried reading rather than just commenting with zero knowledge on the subject like a typical patriots fan.

    And for you idiots trying to compare this to the tuck rule, don't. They didn't suddenly change the rules to allow walkie talkies. They changed the walkie talkies to fit within the rules. The walkies are now no different than a standard headset in that they shut down at the appropriate time.

    Unlike the tuck rule, the rules weren't changed to fit the situation and allow the advantage to continue. The equipment was changed to fall within the rules. It's not even a slightly similar situation, but keep the butt hurt flowing.
    Tuck rule was changed almost 15 years later. Walkie talkie rule changed right away.

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  • Freyaka
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    Originally posted by hardwork View Post
    The Doncs are the biggest cheaters in football, and everybody knows it. Whether its taking opponents legs out, cheating on the cap, or using walkie talkies.
    According to patriots fans who are trying to deflect the fact that their team gets caught and punished for cheating frequently.


    We aren't going to get punished for this because there wasn't a rule violation... We were well within the established rules as we were using a walkie talkie that shuts off within the required time on the playclock.


    Keep Crying hardwork, keep crying.

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  • Freyaka
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    Originally posted by BNKG View Post
    Original post was long before any of those "Google search" articles came out.
    Seems odd to make a huge stink of the giants doing it only to allow it the next year. What happened to shutting off communication at 15 seconds?
    The reason there was a "big stink" is because when the Giants did it, they did it with normal walkie talkies. This allowed them to circumvent the rule the NFL still has in place even now that at 15 seconds remaining on the playclock audio communications is shut down.

    The walkie talkies that were used ALSO shut down at 15 seconds. That is not a "big stink" because they modified the system to allow it to fit within the existing rules. You'd know that if you tried reading rather than just commenting with zero knowledge on the subject like a typical patriots fan.

    And for you idiots trying to compare this to the tuck rule, don't. They didn't suddenly change the rules to allow walkie talkies. They changed the walkie talkies to fit within the rules. The walkies are now no different than a standard headset in that they shut down at the appropriate time.

    Unlike the tuck rule, the rules weren't changed to fit the situation and allow the advantage to continue. The equipment was changed to fall within the rules. It's not even a slightly similar situation, but keep the butt hurt flowing.
    Last edited by Freyaka; 10-25-2017, 07:01 AM.

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  • Sam_Z
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    Originally posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    But according to you all, rules that are on the NFL books don’t matter. After all, the patriots “cheated” because of the tuck rule and the “illegal” formations against the ravens in the playoffs, even though the rules allowed them.
    Seems that you may have to instruct your counterpart here. Your trying to instruct us when we all know the rules but what your counterpart is saying here completely contradicts your statement.
    Originally posted by hardwork View Post
    The Doncs are the biggest cheaters in football, and everybody knows it. Whether its taking opponents legs out, cheating on the cap, or using walkie talkies.
    Just as you said it was all within the rules and if you do your homework on the cap issue you'll understand that deferred payments is the same as Tom Brady restructuring his contract to be paid over time...

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