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Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Blood and Guts Red Sock



Bluto: What?! Over? Did you say over? NOTHING is over until WE decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? HELL, NO!
Otter: Germans?
Boon: Forget it, he's rolling.
Bluto: And it ain't over now. 'Cause when the goin' gets tough... [thinks hard] the tough get goin'! Who's with me? Let's go!

Game 7 first pitch 8:19 P.M

Monday, October 18, 2004

Jets On Tap


Espn.com has a quick game by game recap of the Patriots last twenty games. Onto the high flying Jets next Sunday at Gillette. Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post quotes former Patriot now Gang Green, T-Buck on the Patriots win streak.

"If you're a competitor, even if it wasn't a 20-game wining streak, they're the defending Super Bowl champions and that alone should be good enough," cornerback Terrell Buckley, a former Dolphin and Patriot, said. "I'm quite sure [reporters] are going to do a very good job hyping it up, but to some of our guys it's going to feel bigger than a Monday night game, bigger than a big game, like in college when we had those 'Games of the Century' between Florida State and Miami, bigger than that.

"For me, having played there, it's going to be even bigger," Buckley went on. "I know their mentality. It should be pretty special. That's a team's team. You know how you have a man's man? That's a team's team."



Seahawkers Sent West



The Patriots win streak reached 20 games yesterday as they defeated the Seattle Seahawks 30-20 at Gillette Stadium.
Ron Borges takes a look at the Patriots missing reciever Bethel Johnson.

As they stood fretting as they stared at Johnson's empty shoes, they were journalists looking for a story they feared was long gone, like the receiver himself. They all were looking for a wideout who had just redeemed himself a week after taking up residence in Bill Belichick's doghouse, and probably had saved his team in the process.

This all came about because with 2:45 to play and the Patriots clinging to a 23-20 lead that once had been a 20-3 lead, offensive coordinator Charlie Weis sent Johnson out on a deep route across the width of Seattle's secondary...That left the Patriots' fastest receiver sprinting full out in front of Bierria, Seattle's strong but far-from-fast safety. It was a bigger mismatch than the media trying to track Johnson down after the game to ask him about the diving, 48-yard reception that turned a third and 7 at the New England 40 into a first and 10 at the Seattle 12 with 2:09 to go.


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