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    New England 33 Pittsburgh 3

    Final a beat down. Bill Belicheck even called a timeout with 6 seconds to go and the Steelers driving to go into a prevent defense to prevent them from getting a touchdown to end the game.
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    New England hasn’t looked this good defensively early in the season for a long time. Add the great offense, it could be very easy for them this season if they remain healthy. Imagine if Gronk was still on the field, they looked unstoppable without him and the new addition of Brown.

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    Patriots in their best form since 07'. May be a 14-2 season for them. Arguably a stronger receiving corps than 07'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCHDynasty View Post
    Patriots in their best form since 07'. May be a 14-2 season for them. Arguably a stronger receiving corps than 07'.
    I agree.

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    Also throw in their very easy schedule to open the season especially for a super bowl champ. They don’t play a team that made the playoffs last season until Nov. 3. Plus the Steelers were the only team they play in the first seven weeks that had a winning record last season.

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    New England winning and Pittsburgh losing is a double pleasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrcarrier View Post
    New England hasn’t looked this good defensively early in the season for a long time. Add the great offense, it could be very easy for them this season if they remain healthy. Imagine if Gronk was still on the field, they looked unstoppable without him and the new addition of Brown.
    Quote Originally Posted by CCHDynasty View Post
    Patriots in their best form since 07'. May be a 14-2 season for them. Arguably a stronger receiving corps than 07'.
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    Also throw in their very easy schedule to open the season especially for a super bowl champ. They don’t play a team that made the playoffs last season until Nov. 3. Plus the Steelers were the only team they play in the first seven weeks that had a winning record last season.
    I think Belicheck and Brady know they have done everything else. So might as well go all out and try to make another run at an undefeated year they almost has 12 years ago.

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    They are unstoppable when they get that little dink and dunk crap going. Literally unguardable. Throw in an actual good defense? Forget about it.

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    When one team appears to be so much better than the rest it puts a little bit of a damper on the entire NFL season.

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    Pittsburgh doesn't seem very good, but man, that was a clinic by New England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    When one team appears to be so much better than the rest it puts a little bit of a damper on the entire NFL season.
    It feels a bit like some recent NBA seasons. And they yet to actually add Brown to the arsenal.

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    New England is just extremely well coached all across the board.

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    I'm honestly not sure who even has a chance to beat them, barring injury to Brady.
    Maybe the Chiefs could hang with them in a shootout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    I'm honestly not sure who even has a chance to beat them, barring injury to Brady.
    Maybe the Chiefs could hang with them in a shootout.
    At this point I agree.

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