October 28, 2007

SHOULD HAVE BEEN A THANKSGIVING GAME:

New England beats Washington 52-7 to stay unbeaten (Howard Ulman, October 28, 2007, AP)

Tom Brady and the peerless Patriots keep getting better.

Really.

The quarterback was merely magnificent Sunday, throwing for three touchdowns and running for two more as New England crushed the Washington Redskins 52-7 in an easy tuneup for its battle of unbeatens at Indianapolis.

Linebacker Mike Vrabel was a force on both sides of the ball in the biggest rout in a season filled with them. He caught a touchdown pass and forced three fumbles by quarterback Jason Campbell that led to 17 points.

The first half of the season is over. Bring on the Super Bowl champs.


The second-string QB came in and scored and the third-string QB didn't just play special teams but was in on at least one tackle.

Posted by Orrin Judd at October 28, 2007 7:52 PM
Comments

Tickets on StubHub.com for the Pats and Colts are going for as much as $6,000.00 apiece. The hype will be really annoying by Wednesday.

Posted by: Bartman at October 29, 2007 1:26 PM

I don't even care that much for the NFL unless I happen to be watching the Packers, and I'm considering taking off work just to watch that Colts-Patriots game. Beer me.

Posted by: Matt Murphy at October 29, 2007 6:34 PM
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