Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

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    Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    I'm surprised no one mentioned this yet. A rookie calling Tom Brady a baby? A rookie?

     

    http://nypost.com/2013/10/17/jets-rookie-nfl-panders-to-tom-brady/

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    They`re the Jets that`s normal.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    I will be dissapointed if Mankins doesn't shut this rookie down.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    Jets rookie: dumb.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    He's been playing mostly on the Jet's right side in the 3-4. Solder and M,ankins will be dealing with him mostly.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    You would think that he would talk with his old teammates on the pats b 4 opening his big mouth

     

    He talks about the tuck rule which was made b4 TB was in the league

    He talks about the new rule about cutting below the knee, the rule is meant to keep all Qbs healthy, including his own

    He doesn't realize that pocket Qbs , unlike his own, the good ones get rid of the ball as quickly as possible to avoid sax

    He has the stupid belief that the D guys have a license to maim guys that are unprotected  in the throwing motion

    and lastly, when TB does hold onto the ball, or has a missed blitz pick up , he gets killed like every Qb

    just a dumb football player, who rexes d, and he didn't get Rex's new message on keeping yr mouth shut

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    In response to ghostofjri37's comment:
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    He's been playing mostly on the Jet's right side in the 3-4. Solder and M,ankins will be dealing with him mostly.



    They're trying to play 3-4, but it's not their base. Coples has been a bust, so they're trying to make it seem like he isn't a bust, which means he's starting at DE on the weak side in the 4-3.

    Davis, Harris and whatever the other schlep's name is plays the other LB spot.

    They over-commit to stop the run, but they haven't played a QB like this all year.

    Yes, Matt Ryan is very good, but once we learned of White and Jones's injuries, it made their D look better and still they gave up 28 points to Atlanta.

    The key to this game is for our O to establish some variation of a run to make it easier in the second half for the pass. They'll have chances early. Their LBs and secondary are god awful in coverage.

    On D, take out their run. They may try to get cute early and throw quick passes, which will be slants or seams, but make no mistake, if they can't get the run going, Smith is compromised.

    See last week's game vs Pitt.  They've been lucky in every win this year in some way.  BB gets a second sniff on a rookie QB in the divsion and it ain't pretty.

    I can see Rexie dropping in a Cribb's/Brad Smith kind of trick play here or there designed to keep NE's D honest, but it's about their run game. Load up the box and stop it to get the ball back to the offense.

     

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    1+

    Do u think any chance of a double te passing game?

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    Ya, Brady gets babyied, so what, everybody knows that.  Stop winning, shut your mouth and win games.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    Reminds me of Anthony Smith, Steelers, 2007.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    ...or Freddie Mitchell, 2005 Eagles.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    In response to patsbandwagonsince76's comment:
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    ...or Freddie Mitchell, 2005 Eagles.

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    or the Jets & Ravens in almost any year

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    I'm always happy to see the trash talk, definitely motivates Brady and I look forward to seeing the results on Sunday

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    Rex Ryan couldn't get any of the veterans to read that cue card with a straight face.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby

    A product of the team and the brainwashing a rookie may get when it comes to the Pats and Brady.  Such talk is generally a coping mechanism to admit, without really admitting, a player is a great player and there are "other" reasons they are great.  IE - They are treated differently than others.  Well, it is play "on the field" that counts not how you are viewed.

     
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    Re: Jets Rookie: Tom Brady a baby


    What more can you expect from the jests? I bet sancheez is glad he done with those misfits

     

    Watch TB light 'em up

     

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