Re: [patriotzip] Re: Nervous for Sunday...
- I'll give you that one, Frank! :-)On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 1:46 AM, frankdanabrewster <frank.dana@...> wrote:
Hey, George. Let's say the Jets were in last place in the division (I know, that's a good start), and we were tied for first with Miami, last week of the season. Miami's playing the Jets, and a Miami loss gives us #1 seed. I guessing that would be the one exception,regarding the Jets. ;o)
--- In email@example.com, George Richman wrote:
> Have to say that I disagree with you on Denver, Susan. My attitude is that
> Denver is the team i'd want to make it, if the Patriots don't. But I can't
> root for that, because, despite my great respect for Peyton Manning, I want
> Denver to lose this week, so that our Patriots get a home game for the AFC
> Championship; which would obviously be against the Ravens. So there is no
> second choice!
> I have no strong ill feelings toward any of the 8 teams remaining in the
> playoffs. In fact, the only teams against which I have strong feelings now
> are the Jets (who will always be #1 on my enemy list), the Cowboys (for as
> long as Jerry Jones is the owner), and the Steelers (whose arrogance over
> the past decade can not be overlooked). Every other team in the league is
> now simply an opponent to me. The Giants and Ravens are teams I feel
> strongly about beating, because of the painful losses they've pinned on us
> in recent years. But, unlike the Jets, Cowboys, and Steelers, I don't root
> against them in every game they play. That, to me, is the definition of a
> team I hate - wanting them to lose against every opponent, not just against
> the Patriots.
> So this weekend, I will be rooting for the Ravens as my second priority.
> The first priority, of course, is ...
> GO PATRIOTS!
> On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 5:47 AM, Susan Moore wrote:
> > **
> > **
> > Hey all....I'm nervous for Sunday. I know I can't do anything about it,
> > but I want the victory so much!! Being the last game of the weekend, we'll
> > know whether we have a home game or not and we'll know the possibilities
> > for the NFC opponent. Guess it won't matter much, but it would be nice to
> > know that we do have another home game (if we win that is). I'm sure that
> > BB will do everything to prepare them mentally so they're not overzealous
> > and assuming.
> > IF we're not in the SB, I hope it's anyone but Denver and in the NFC
> > anyone but Seattle. My worst-case nightmare SB would be Seattle/Denver and
> > at that point, I'd pass on the SB. Wouldn't even be able to pick the lesser
> > of the two evils. I hate the Seahawks on many fronts and I really don't
> > like Denver much either.
> > Who's going to the game?? GO PATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > I hope David is right and that TB gets his 4th ring against his childhood
> > team!!
> -- George