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    Win in two weeks time, and I wouldn't at all be surprised to see Brady, Gronk and Belichick retire, with McDaniels stepping up to Head Coach.

    Utterly stunning win last night. What a superb game of football. On coffee number 3 already.
    Gronk is surely finished no matter what happens, but Brady talks like he wants to keep going forever! I'm not sure I'll last all day at work today...

    Even though I don't like the Patriots it was an incredible game, unbelievable comeback by the chiefs to tie it up after getting the ball back with 39 seconds to play, all decided on the coin toss, if the chiefs had one that then I think they'd have scored and won.


    On another note, Tony Romo is a great commentator, he was calling the Patriots plays all game, particularly in overtime, he knew exactly what Brady was changing the plays to and called it almost every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    Win in two weeks time, and I wouldn't at all be surprised to see Brady, Gronk and Belichick retire, with McDaniels stepping up to Head Coach.

    Utterly stunning win last night. What a superb game of football. On coffee number 3 already.
    Even I'm on the GOAT bandwagon now. Montana was a genius but Brady just keeps winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergio sledge View Post
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    Gronk is surely finished no matter what happens, but Brady talks like he wants to keep going forever! I'm not sure I'll last all day at work today...

    Even though I don't like the Patriots it was an incredible game, unbelievable comeback by the chiefs to tie it up after getting the ball back with 39 seconds to play, all decided on the coin toss, if the chiefs had one that then I think they'd have scored and won.


    On another note, Tony Romo is a great commentator, he was calling the Patriots plays all game, particularly in overtime, he knew exactly what Brady was changing the plays to and called it almost every time.
    I really like Romo as a commentator. I genuinely think he'll go on to be one of the best commentators in the game. His insights, his wit and his love for the game are exceptional, and he doesn't have any biases.

    I think Brady and Belichick want that one more. Gronk will put it all on the line in two weeks time and I think he'll retire as one of the greatest TEs to play the game afterward.

    I do think change is on the horizon in New England regardless of what happens in 2 weeks time, but I reckon GOAT and GOAT will want to go out on the ultimate high.

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    • Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Rams
    • Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

    Bears Raiders will be in demand. Lots of fans from the 1980s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    I really like Romo as a commentator. I genuinely think he'll go on to be one of the best commentators in the game. His insights, his wit and his love for the game are exceptional, and he doesn't have any biases.

    I think Brady and Belichick want that one more. Gronk will put it all on the line in two weeks time and I think he'll retire as one of the greatest TEs to play the game afterward.

    I do think change is on the horizon in New England regardless of what happens in 2 weeks time, but I reckon GOAT and GOAT will want to go out on the ultimate high.

    Always like listening to Romo, calls the plays before they happen, but also explains why they’ve happened. He’s down to earth, enthusiastic, articulate, and keen to share insights with the viewers that aren’t always apparent.

    when you consider what the equivalent is for Scottish football, Andy Walker, Steven Thomson, Neil ‘cliche’ McCann, it makes you weep

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