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  1. #811
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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England



    Rachel Nichols ‏@Rachel__Nichols Nine-time Pro Bowler weighing in RT @BrianDawkins - If u don't think that Brady kicked Ed on purpose you're kidding yourself.

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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivalice View Post
    Tom Brady 14-for-24 for 139 yards and 1 TD in the first half. Joe Flacco 6-for-12 for 81 yards.

    SMH
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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    I'm wondering if Brady's "slide" and the bad clock management are related. Could Brady be feeling frustrated, despite the lead?

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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Quote Originally Posted by MickieB-OM View Post
    Open it up Caldwell. Cowher is right. Don't leave it on the field.
    I agree.

    They need to get into more of an up-tempo swing of things.
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    They need to let flacco do his thing


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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Pats' D is playing smart, they're gonna take away everything deep and force us to consistently execute down the field on offense. Joe might only get one or two chances on mistakes in coverage and he has gotta take them second half. Also the running game has to get on track to bring up their deep coverage.

    Defensively our game plan is obviously to bleed slowly between the 20s and buckle down on a short field in the red zone, same as the rest of the season.

    Long way to go yet, let's get it.
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  7. #817

    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Still not concerned yet. But it's time Caldwell opens the offense up. If you are going down, go down throwing the football. This offense showed it can play on the road aggressively. So let's get it done!




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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMadness View Post
    Rachel Nichols ‏@Rachel__Nichols Nine-time Pro Bowler weighing in RT @BrianDawkins - If u don't think that Brady kicked Ed on purpose you're kidding yourself.
    Yep, was dirty as hell.
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  9. #819

    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Im sure its been discussed....but we cant touch Brady's head but that idiot canstick his cleats up like he did? At minimum, that should be a personal foul....fine, and a 10 second runofff of clock. That would erase the field goal


    Dont anyone even try to convince me Brady is on even footing with Peyton Manning. otal respect for Manning and nothing but distain for Brady.




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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    tryna establish the run right now its not gonna work we are not getting squat even with the safeties playing deep so we have to attack the middle of the field.




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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Just when I thought I couldn't hate Marsha any more than I already did.
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    We can do this!

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  13. #823

    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    To put some perspective on a controversial "1st down run call"...

    They are playing cover-2 deep, which is predominately being used to take away the deep ball. So, Flacco is looking to check down to the slot, flats, and short middle...which is why Torrey is the only receiver with a reception right now. The Pats are doing a real good job at taking away that deep pass. In order for the offense to get the safeties to start cheating up and/or bite on some play actions, they have to run the ball a fair amount and they have to get the ball out into the flats to give Rice/Pierce/Leach/Pitta some space to move the chains. Once they can get a couple of successful string of plays together doing that, then the safeties will start cheating up.

    Once the safeties start cheating up, then they can take a couple of shots down field.

    The big thing that I've seen so far has just been poor execution from the receivers. Jacoby slipping, Boldin not getting open, Pitta dropped a pass that hit him in the hands, and Dickson dropped a pass that hit him in the hands.
    Pitta dropped a pass that hit him in the hands, lol.

    Flat out full-speed dive in windy conditions that nips his fingers. Please. That play was 89.5% on Joe, 10% on the weather and .5% on Pitta. Dickson's was a real "drop."

    And while the safeties are deep the LBs are crowding the line looking for run. So the answer isn't run, it is short pass (on 1st down).




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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    30 minutes to new orleans!




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    Re: Game Thread: Conference Weekend: vs New England

    Need more pressure on Brady. Also, the playcalling has looked just like Cameron, a couple runs and then pass on 3rd down. Caldwell isn't making a strong case to be retained if this is all he's got.




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