Tuesday, October 4, 2016

ESPN's NFL Live, October 4, 2016 | Discussion on Patriots, Colts & Saints (The "44" Tribute)


The NFL Live panel ended the show with three predictions, today, October 4, 2016.

Patriots will go 12-0 with Tom Brady

Colts are finished at 1-3 (Not good for Luck with big contract)
Saints are finished (Drew Brees might be too)

Remember, in 2001, the Patriots started 1-3, with their lone win coming in Week 3, against the Colts.

The Patriots won that game with 44 points.


Notice the Colts lost with '13' in that same game.  1-3?

44+13 = 57 (Fifty-Seven = Championship = Super Bowl) (Pats won SB that year)

Also, remember that the Colts and the Saints are connected through Super Bowl 44.  That was where Archie Manning's Aints got their first Super Bowl win against Peyton Manning, his son.

This year, Super Bowl 51, is on a date with '44' numerology

2/5/2017 = 2+5+20+17 = 44


They also put up this stat.


Cardinals = 3+1+9+4+9+5+1+3+1/10 = 36/45

9 comments:

  1. So they said Colts are finished to fool the people but not you right Zack?

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  2. colts and Giants +5000 odds shark to win SB

    Vikes +1200
    Patriots +650

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  3. Colts could very well go 1-5 (opposite of 51) and win Superbowl 51. Then win 10 in a row and finish 11-5

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  4. Colts could very well go 1-5 (opposite of 51) and win Superbowl 51. Then win 10 in a row and finish 11-5

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  5. Never forget, lol, after 9-11 the Pats had to win 8 or 9 or 10 in a row including the playoffs to win the SuperBowl. I want to say they started the year 1-3 and everyone was calling them out as over and done. All leading up to the game that really woke me up to rigged sports.

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    1. Pats were 1-3 with their lone win in Week 3 against the Colts. Did you read the blog post? I've posted this same thing multiple times in multiple weeks.

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  6. Zach - any thoughts on TNF? 49's v AZ

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  7. Manning v Brady I = 153
    Manning Brady I = 131

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