Hernandez and our offensive line

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    Hernandez and our offensive line

    To me they were the only ones on this team that don't deserve to be bashed after this game.

    Wilfork...invisible

    Brady...disgraceful

    Mayo...average per usual 

    Welker...had drops in both games

    When Talib went lame five minutes into this game I thought, how are we going to win this game now. Chandler Jones I don't think even got on the field. And you can't have your 20 million dollar quarterback playing like that.

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.

     
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    I agree the o-line did a great job, WORKED  hard the whole game.  Was Suggs playing ?

    Hern, did what he had to do. Maybe one brain farrt at the end of the 1st half not going out of play to stop the clock but that's debatable.

    When Talib went down I tried so hard not to say they're done and then again how the F can this team have relied only on this guy.  I mean, he goes down. the D cannot cover anymore, put pressure on QB and miss tackles all over the place.  WT_f is that ??? Pat Linebackers are that slow ?

    Wilfork , the Ravens just stayed away from, just took him out of this game.

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.



    The issue is that if you replace the Welker with a deep threat the entire nature of the offense will change. So much of the offense is predicated on him moving around in space and either getting open or causing confusion to help get others open...

     
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    straight up.  tonight the ravens were better. 

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.

     



    The issue is that if you replace the Welker with a deep threat the entire nature of the offense will change. So much of the offense is predicated on him moving around in space and either getting open or causing confusion to help get others open...

     

     



    Fair point...that's why I'm not a GM. It all depends on if BB and co. think Hernandez, Gronk, and perhaps Edelman could fill in Welker's shoes enough...while also staying healthy.

     

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.

     



    The issue is that if you replace the Welker with a deep threat the entire nature of the offense will change. So much of the offense is predicated on him moving around in space and either getting open or causing confusion to help get others open...

     




    That, and the fact that you have to replace 60-70 3rd down conversions in your offense.

    Easier said than done.

     
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    I agree the o-line did a great job, WORKED  hard the whole game.  Was Suggs playing ?

    Hern, did what he had to do. Maybe one brain farrt at the end of the 1st half not going out of play to stop the clock but that's debatable.

    When Talib went down I tried so hard not to say they're done and then again how the F can this team have relied only on this guy.  I mean, he goes down. the D cannot cover anymore, put pressure on QB and miss tackles all over the place.  WT_f is that ??? Pat Linebackers are that slow ?

    Wilfork , the Ravens just stayed away from, just took him out of this game.



    Yup, as soon as Talib came up hopping on his leg I thought, we are going to win this game and then go and beat the 49ers? Not happening. I seriously wouldn't sign this guy long term...wouldn't do it. He is a known thug and he gets hurt...two things we don't need. Spend that money on someone else.

    Someone mentioned Dennard as an honorable mention, I can agree with that.

     
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    I didn't think Brady struggled much at all. His first INT was not his fault and his second was at the end of the game. Really can't blame Brady.

    I put more blame on Welker, the defense, and lady-luck.

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.

     



    The issue is that if you replace the Welker with a deep threat the entire nature of the offense will change. So much of the offense is predicated on him moving around in space and either getting open or causing confusion to help get others open...

     



    The Pats can adapt. Move Hernandez into the slot if they have to. Other than his drop Vareen and Woodhead both looked good today also. They do not have a lot of draft picks this year and they may need to get a tackle also. If Welker won't take a paycut let him go and spend on the defense!

     
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    My question is if we don't resign Talib, how do we get help at CB? I don't see us spending big money on another CB and this team has been iffy at drafting CBs (although Dennard looks like a steal).

     
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    straight up.  tonight the ravens were better. 




    Not quite, troll. Brady was awful and the refs ignored cheap shots and holding against the Ravens all game.

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.




    Denard is further proof of BB's drafting brilliance. 

     
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    My question is if we don't resign Talib, how do we get help at CB? I don't see us spending big money on another CB and this team has been iffy at drafting CBs (although Dennard looks like a steal).





    McCourty could easily be moved back to CB and be a top  5 corner in the NFL.  BB will only sign Talib at the right price and he will protect himself against the chance of injury.

     
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    I'd add Dennard to that list. He played great...I can only remember him giving up one big play and that small PI call.

    I will say I'm thinking twice about WW...if we can take that money and use it on a deep threat (or S, pass rush, etc.), I might consider it...as long as we find a way to get a deep threat.

     




    Denard is further proof of BB's drafting brilliance. 


    DRAFTING BRILLIANCE -  Have you checked the 2006 to 2009 DRAFTS,  THEY ARE HORRIBLE with very few exceptions.  They are why the Team has not won a SB since 2004, plain and simple.




     
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    IMO, the bright spots in this game were the O-line, Dennard, Hernandez, Lloyd, and i'll add our rushing attack (which we abandoned too early IMO).

     
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    I thought Ridley played well until he got popped.

     
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    I thought Ridley played well until he got popped.



    Ya. Beginning in the the 2nd quarter (particularly later in the 2nd qtr), he seemed to be getting 4-6 YPC. 

     
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    My question is if we don't resign Talib, how do we get help at CB? I don't see us spending big money on another CB and this team has been iffy at drafting CBs (although Dennard looks like a steal).

     





    McCourty could easily be moved back to CB and be a top  5 corner in the NFL.  BB will only sign Talib at the right price and he will protect himself against the chance of injury.

     



    Top five corner?? How about he just concentrates on running away from the defenders on kickoff returns, then he can become this "top five corner".

     
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    Remember after 4 games we were all saying Jones is the real deal...ROY candidate?  What a huge disappointment the dude turned into.  He spent the remainder of the year hurt or contributing nothing.  

    Mayo once again, other then whiffing on the TD run, was invisible.

    Arrington and DMC don't belong on a pro team.  Gregory = joke

    Talib needs to go, guy played like 2 games and was hurt for 6.  We already have one RasiPod.

    Lloyd is a nothing special possession receiver who can't get separation.  Branch was done 2 years ago.  GRONK can make it through the playoffs.  

    Welker needs to go.  We need someone who can actually catch balls that hit him in the hand.

    time to cut Ridley and give Vereen the starting job next year.

    hard to assess Brady since he has so few real targets.

     
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    My question is if we don't resign Talib, how do we get help at CB? I don't see us spending big money on another CB and this team has been iffy at drafting CBs (although Dennard looks like a steal).

     





    McCourty could easily be moved back to CB and be a top  5 corner in the NFL.  BB will only sign Talib at the right price and he will protect himself against the chance of injury.

     

     



    Top five corner?? How about he just concentrates on running away from the defenders on kickoff returns, then he can become this "top five corner".

     



    That's a troll imitating Rusty. Ignore him.

     
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    Wilfolk gets a pass today.

     

    Love and Jones were out with injuries.

     

    By the way, Jones is soft and not a winner.

     
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    Remember after 4 games we were all saying Jones is the real deal...ROY candidate?  What a huge disappointment the dude turned into.  He spent the remainder of the year hurt or contributing nothing.  

    Mayo once again, other then whiffing on the TD run, was invisible.

    Arrington and DMC don't belong on a pro team.  Gregory = joke

    Talib needs to go, guy played like 2 games and was hurt for 6.  We already have one RasiPod.

    Lloyd is a nothing special possession receiver who can't get separation.  Branch was done 2 years ago.  GRONK can make it through the playoffs.  

    Welker needs to go.  We need someone who can actually catch balls that hit him in the hand.

    time to cut Ridley and give Vereen the starting job next year.

    hard to assess Brady since he has so few real targets.




    Put down the crackpipe and step away from the computer!


    Lloyd is a great reciever.

    Welker needs to stay but for a discounted rate.

    Cut Ridley? are you serious?

     
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    My question is if we don't resign Talib, how do we get help at CB? I don't see us spending big money on another CB and this team has been iffy at drafting CBs (although Dennard looks like a steal).

     





    McCourty could easily be moved back to CB and be a top  5 corner in the NFL.  BB will only sign Talib at the right price and he will protect himself against the chance of injury.

     

     



    Top five corner?? How about he just concentrates on running away from the defenders on kickoff returns, then he can become this "top five corner".

     

     



    That's a troll imitating Rusty. Ignore him.

     



    Hahaha, he got me.

     

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