Re: Blueprint to beat pats= throw deep every play.
posted at 10/14/2012 7:48 PM EDT
In response to mthurl's comment:
In response to LazarusintheSanatorium's comment:
What did I miss...?!? Haven't fully watched the DVR recording, but I know that prior to Seattle's final drive, when I looked at gamestats, Seattle had 15 1st downs all day long (10 pass, 5 run- proportionately equal to what most games are in run vs pass...just much less in total #)...?
Soooo...? What? Seattle was allowed yet 1 more chance to come away with a W, late in the game upon failing over and over and over again, to EASILY establish based on the events and course of this specific gameplay in question...? And (lemme guess)...: Seattle finally DID secure a very late game score, upon being afforded a multitude of opportunities to stay in the game (and the top reasons, NONE of which had 1 thing to do w/ NE's secondary play)- And upon Seattle apparently being handed more chances to stay in this game than 1 can count, Seattle (again-god as my witness, I'm guessing)- Led a very late 4th Quarter pass-heavy drive that finally DID succeed...
THUS (we should logically conclude): The New England Patriots Secondary (and specifically, Devin McCourty), Are the worst group of players whom have ever played the game of football.
I think it comes down to WHo the Patriot's defense was playing against. They were facing a team that had no QB, tight ends or receivers, yet all their QB had to do all day was throw the thing straight up into the air and they were good for completions. It was embarrassing. The secondary flat out stinks and we have one pass rusher.
Pete Carroll built a better defense than Belichick in half the time..think about that for a second. Pete...Carroll.
Not even close. The Patriots coaching staff blew this game. They had two chances to run the clock out. Called bonehead offesnive palys. The on defense, they failed to RUSH THE PASSER