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Old 01-23-2017, 09:18 AM
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Big Ben threw his whole offense under the bus.

Said the game was "too big" for all the young guys.
Definitely too big for Coates. He alligator armed that first deep pass.

Too big for L'Veon as well.
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Old 01-23-2017, 09:22 AM
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Definitely too big for Coates. He alligator armed that first deep pass.

Too big for L'Veon as well.
Drops has been Coates whole career.

LeVeon is glass ?
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Old 01-23-2017, 09:26 AM
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Drops has been Coates whole career.

LeVeon is glass ?
L'Veon was healthy going in and didn't even look like he took a hit before he took himself out.
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L'Veon was healthy going in and didn't even look like he took a hit before he took himself out.
Is AB gone ?
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Is AB gone ?
No. AB is about to get PAID. The Rooney's promised him he would be taken care of this offseason. They always keep their word to players.

Word is they will Franchise Tag Bell.
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Old 01-23-2017, 09:54 AM
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It wasn't just Ben throwing younbg guys under the bus. Tomlin got in on it as well:

"No matter how many Steelers dropped back in coverage, Brady found receivers wide open. Tomlin told Ross Tucker on Westwood One at halftime that his young guys were "scatterbrained." The Patriots were 9 of 12 on third down through the first three quarters because Brady knew the Steelers' zone defense better than the Steelers did.

That's from this article on Belichick out coaching Tomlin. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...mlin-yet-again
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Can we learn from the 2 best ever---all-time ???

I'm cattle. I just go with the herd," wide receiver
Julian Edelman
said after
a convincing 36-17 victory
over Pittsburgh, unknowingly coining another
Patriots
catchphrase to replace "Do your job."
"When you get in a game with [Brady], there's no better way to say it: He's a stone-cold killer. He's all business. Very confident. It's fun to be around," Solder said.

"Every coach prepares and has their scouting reports," Bennett said. "The difference is, every guy here is taking notes and making sure they get all the coaching points, because that's what they expect. The expectations are so high. If you aren't in the right spot, it makes such a big difference. They hold those high standards for everybody. Every guy is held accountable. That's the biggest difference."
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Can we learn from the 2 best ever---all-time ???

I'm cattle. I just go with the herd," wide receiver
Julian Edelman
said after
a convincing 36-17 victory
over Pittsburgh, unknowingly coining another
Patriots
catchphrase to replace "Do your job."

"When you get in a game with [Brady], there's no better way to say it: He's a stone-cold killer. He's all business. Very confident. It's fun to be around," Solder said.


"Every coach prepares and has their scouting reports," Bennett said. "The difference is, every guy here is taking notes and making sure they get all the coaching points, because that's what they expect. The expectations are so high. If you aren't in the right spot, it makes such a big difference. They hold those high standards for everybody. Every guy is held accountable. That's the biggest difference."
They are a machine. They don't make mistakes. And they are manufacturing diminutive white WR's in a factory near Foxborough (not imports, they are made in the US).
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It wasn't just Ben throwing younbg guys under the bus. Tomlin got in on it as well:

"No matter how many Steelers dropped back in coverage, Brady found receivers wide open. Tomlin told Ross Tucker on Westwood One at halftime that his young guys were "scatterbrained." The Patriots were 9 of 12 on third down through the first three quarters because Brady knew the Steelers' zone defense better than the Steelers did.

That's from this article on Belichick out coaching Tomlin. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...mlin-yet-again
Translation: "We know that Brady absolutely destroys zone defenses, but I sent one out there anyways, so I'm going to join my QB in just blaming the young'ens for not being in the right spots.
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Translation: "We know that Brady absolutely destroys zone defenses, but I sent one out there anyways, so I'm going to join my QB in just blaming the young'ens for not being in the right spots.
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