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We need to make sure we share a coke! Rum optional.
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Brady’s not playing that game FYI .....Just kidding but that was a Brady thing and Mac Jone is from Florida.

~Dee~
The Pats have historically been bad in Miami. Don't you remember the Orange Bowl curse until 1985 playoffs? Also Mac is 0-2 vs the Fins.
 

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season ticket members resell their tickets on Ticketmaster. Start looking today. Sit anywhere but the 300’s if you can avoid it. Everyone has their favorite lots based on where they’re coming from and what they’re doing after the game. Many lots only allow you to exit in a specific direction. You have plenty of time to worry about that .
Just to add a little more detail to the above great piece of info on exiting lots: if you are staying on the south side of Foxboro, i..e. Providence, and need to go south on Rte. 1 make sure your lot allows that. I got forced once to go north on Rte. 1 and it was a pretty lengthy ride before I was able to turn around.
 

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Preseason game 3 vs McD's Raiders should be fun
Pretty tough schedule if you ask me.

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Patriots were really good on the road last year.

Everyone's looking at home/away, and not looking at the actual opponents. Anything less than 6-3 before the bye would be pretty disappointing.
 

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3 of first 4 on the road. That is really tough. Middle part seems softer but then end with Buffalo twice in short span.

Should be fun. Tough schedules are good as they battle test you for the playoffs.
 

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I still think that it is exciting to have home and home games like the NHL did. Week 1 at Mia week 2 Mia at home. Get some bad blood brewing.
 

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True that. My husband knows I'm going to be washing my sports regardless. 🤣🤣🤣
We will have all our kiddos here as well watching. It use to be a tradition for everyone to come on Sundays game day and someone cooking was assigned the week prior.... now whoever’s in town comes. But come they do.

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We will have all the our kiddos here as well watching. It use to be a tradition for everyone to come on Sundays game day and someone cooking.... now whoever’s in town comes. But come they do.

~Dee~
I have slowly worked my magic onto my family watching the games now and then. That may not seem like a lot but if you know where they came from it's a lot. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

What's nice is usually I'm with my in-laws on Thanksgiving day and they already know I watch football on Thanksgiving Day so they put the channel on for me. 💓
 

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I have slowly worked my magic onto my family watching the games now and then. That may not seem like a lot but if you know where they came from it's a lot. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

What's nice is usually I'm with my in-laws on Thanksgiving day and they already know I watch football on Thanksgiving Day so they put the channel on for me. 💓
Well at least your working on it lol love how they let you watch though. :love:

Let’s see my sons played football from 8 until HS and my daughter cheered. So we’ve been football people for a long time. I also watch hockey my second fave,....baseball just is such a long season. Love playing but they need to cut the season in half. And basketball is hit or miss for me.

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Well at least your working on it lol love how they let you watch though. :love:

Let’s see my sons played football from 8 until HS and my daughter cheered. So we’ve been football people for a long time. I also watch hockey my second fave,....baseball just is such a long season. Love playing but they need to cut the season in half. And basketball is hit or miss for me.

~Dee~
I've been watching sports I think since I was seven or eight when I was left home alone because that time frame you could be left alone at that age. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

I got my son to hate the Yankees I think that's brownie points right there. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

I been saying for years baseball is too long they can easily cut dozens of games and it would still be okay
 

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I've been watching sports I think since I was seven or eight when I was left home alone because that time frame you could be left alone at that age. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

I got my son to hate the Yankees I think that's brownie points right there. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

I been saying for years baseball is too long they can easily cut dozens of games and it would still be okay
Yeah both hubby and I were sports fans forever. I grew up a Mets fan cause that was my Father’s family team and all my cousins team and we’d watch at my grandparents house.

Football was a different thing. No one outside my family cared much. So my dad ( played football in HS) was and eldest brother is still a Giants fan. My youngest brother was a Jets fan. So growing up my brother and I chose the underdogs so he was a browns fan and I was drum roll a Pats fan. Now my brother lives in MA is more a Pats.... but still loves his Browns. And my younger sister well .... she could careless.

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I’ll be shooting for a New Years weekend of the Pats on the 1st and the Winter Classic on the 2nd.


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I’d be really interested to see how often Kiper is correct. My guess is not often.
I don't mind him being wrong, nobody can get it eactly, but in 2019 he said our draft was the best in the NFL and it was probably close to the bottom :

1-32 WR N’Keal Harry: “Harry has the best hands in this class. He will be a weapon in the red zone.”

2-45 CB Joejuan Williams: “Williams is a rare 6-foot-4 cornerback and had first-round tape in 2018; he dropped because he ran a curiously slow 4.64-second 40 at the combine. I thought he needed to land in the right scheme, and I wouldn’t be shocked to see Belichick match him up on tight ends early in his career.”

3-77 DE Chase Winovich: “Winovich is a versatile edge player and a great fit for Belichick’s multischeme defense.”

3-87 RB Damien Harris: “Harris is underrated as a runner, though he might not play many snaps with Sony Michel and Rex Burkhead ahead of him on the depth chart.”

3-101 OT Yodny Cajuste: “Cajuste is raw — he played just one year of high school football — but has some upside as a potential down-the-road starter at offensive tackle.”


4-118 OG Hjalte Froholdt: “They also handed O-line coach Dante Scarnecchia a guard prospect with upside in Round 4 in Hjalte Froholdt. The track record with that strategy is excellent.”

4-133 QB Jarrett Stidham: “Stidham can make Round 1 throws and Round 7 interceptions. This is an excellent upside developmental play behind Tom Brady.”
 
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