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The New England Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in what I would call a great game. The odds makers had the Pats at least a 24 point favorite. The Eagles backup quarterback A.J. Feeley threw an early interception on the third play of the game and the Patriots Assante Samuel ran it in for a touchdown.
At this point I thought the Pats were going to demolish the Eagles like they did against the Bills last Sunday when they won 56-10. The Pats kicked off to the Eagles after Samuels interception and the Eagles controlled the ball for almost the whole first quarter. The Pats did get the ball back after the Eagles scored to tie the game at 7-7 and the Eagles recovered an onside kick but to no avail. Heath Evans plunged in for a 1 yard touchdown to put the Pats up 14-7.
The Pats then kicked off and the Eagles went in on a nice pass play from A.J. Feeley to Greg Lewis for a 28 yard touchdown. 14-14.
The two teams battled back and forth and as we got close to the end of the game with the score 31-28 in favor of the Pats. The Eagles were marching down field and A.J. Feeley threw an ill advised interception to Assante Samuel again in the end zone to basically seal the game for the Pats. I was surprised he threw it to that receiver as opposed to someone coming across the middle as that type of play had worked for the Eagles most of the night. That was just plain old bad play calling.
The TV game announcers were saying that this is a blue print for other teams to use against the Pats. Yeah they lost and that is a blue print to use? Shouldn’t they use the Pats offensive and defensive schemes to use as a blueprint? I would wouldn’t you?
The Pats will be eating Humble Pie all week as Belichick will tell them they aren’t as good as they think and as people have been writing about them in the press and on blogs around the country.
The Pats will take the win and take what they did wrong and use it to defeat Baltimore next Monday Night.
I grew up in Watertown, Massachusetts as a kid. We lived there from when I was in kindergarten until I went to 7th grade. Growing up I always played sandlot football and idolized YA Tittle and the NY Giants. The then Boston Patriots had not yet arrived as a force as they are now.One thing I always remember is that I had uncles and cousins that played high school football for Watertown and we used to go and watch them play every Saturday during the fall season. I can still smell the fallen piled up raked leaves burning on the side of the street. Oh how I loved that smell.
Since tomorrow is Thanksgiving it always makes me think of those Thanksgiving days where our whole family with aunts, uncles and cousins would head down to Victory Field and watch Watertown play Belmont in the annual Thanksgiving day rivalry. These games were the best games of the year as you were playing your arch rivals.
As I grew up and went to High School I went to Ashland High in Ashland Mass. and our arch rivals were the Hopkinton Hillers and we were the Ashland Clockers, mighty mighty Clockers. Yes, I typed it correctly, Ashland Clockers as that is where the first electric clock was made. Also, Hopkinton is where they start the Boston Marathon. The four years I lived in Ashland I would go and watch the runners pass by on route 135 in Ashland.
So, Thanksgiving day football rivalries have really become a staple in Massachusetts and I also know High School Football is real big in Texas, but, what I don’t know is Thanksgiving day football big in your town and state?
Watertown was defeated by Belmont 20-12 at Watertown.
Ashland defeated Hopkinton 34-26 at Hopkinton, this was Ashland’s first winning season since 1998.
I’ve read a bunch of news articles and blogs and I have listened to many sports announcers talk about the 2007 NE Patriots. A lot of them say this could be the best offense the league has ever seen. We are only 10 games into the season and we have 6 more before the playoffs begin. It looks like the road to the Super Bowl will have to go through Foxboro.
If there ever was anything said about the Pats that made sense it was the words of former N.E. Coach Bill Parcells hear what he says about our beloved 2007 Pats.
This website/blog is written on a WordPress platform and that is why I am talking about image alignment in WordPress here.
I was reading Cheryl Johnson’s post WordPress-Image-Alignment-In-Code and thought that was a good way to align pictures. However, when I went to add another theme to my already list of twenty thousand themes in my wp-content themes folder I found a pretty slick way to make the images align a different way. I have learned a lot by going to Chuck Pearson’s blogsite.
I was curious to see how our company’s web statistics were in comparison from October 2006 vs October of 2007.