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Monday Night Heroes( It Is Always Close)

dan helmsContributor ISeptember 16, 2009

The one thing that a true NFL fan knows is that a monday night game is the worst game for your team to play in. Think about this(how many monday night games are blowouts), not many usually a team plays very well on mondays, they do not want to get embarressed on national tv. So monday just showed that buffalo played with that intensity. I bet that will be one of the better games they play. teams get up to play the patriots aka. brady bunch. it was really the first time the whole offense has played together and as time went on they looked like they were the superbowl champs we thought they would be. Brady started stepping into his throws , receivers started catching balls and reading defenses, . the defensense was fine. There plan was take owens and the recievers out of the game because lynch was out. i admitt they made jackson look like adrien peterson.  bill figured the running game would be week with no lynch and a young offensive line and they stepped up (like alot of teams do on monday night). look at the raiders, they are horrible, but looked pretty good on monday night. The whole point of my article is that any team steps up on monday night. go and look at the past three years monday night scores and the proof is in the pudding, very rarely do you see blow outs on monday night. i garuntee you anyone that wants to beat the brady bunch better do it early, because once the defense gets about six or seven games under there belt  we will see blow out city, the brady bunch will roll i am talking college blowout scores on most teams. and incase you forgot brady is back with more drive than ever.................

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