MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

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    MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    and thats without our top weapons and with the o line leaking like there was no one in front of philly lineman.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    I had some resistance posting this on the game thread but Mallett looked like he is starting to "get it" a little bit.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    He had a few decent plays. I felt there were a few Bledsoe-esque moments though.  He should have been picked on 1 play and got lucky. Of course there was the overturned pick on the roughing call.

    He does seem to have a little bit of ability to avoid the rush, but he's definitely a work in progress.
     
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    [QUOTE]He had a few decent plays. I felt there were a few Bledsoe-esque moments though.  He should have been picked on 1 play and got lucky. Of course there was the overturned pick on the roughing call. He does seem to have a little bit of ability to avoid the rush, but he's definitely a work in progress.
    Posted by kman2004[/QUOTE]


    totally agree, but do you or do you not see improvement, flashes, him handling max pressure at times, and looing better than hoyer in this game
     
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    [QUOTE]I had some resistance posting this on the game thread but Mallett looked like he is starting to "get it" a little bit.
    Posted by MoreRings[/QUOTE]

    dont worry. i got your back.
    :)

    (obviously not everyone has the same amount of football expc.
    we share our opinon. someone dont like it, they can deal with their own feelings about it [if they have any])
     
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    In Response to Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series : dont worry. i got your back. :) (obviously not everyone has the same amount of football expc. we share our opinon. someone dont like it, they can deal with their own feelings about it [if they have any])
    Posted by bredbru[/QUOTE]

    Thanks, I definetly see improvement.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series : Thanks, I definetly see improvement.
    Posted by MoreRings[/QUOTE]

    +1
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    I'd say that Mallet looked better, especially under pressure. He made a couple of mistakes but he's new and anyones going to make mistakes with that pressure. 
    Mallet looks like more of an NFL QB, decent footwork and a big arm.
     
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    [QUOTE]I'd say that Mallet looked better, especially under pressure. He made a couple of mistakes but he's new and anyones going to make mistakes with that pressure.  Mallet looks like more of an NFL QB, decent footwork and a big arm.
    Posted by sporter81[/QUOTE]


    agree strongly with all your points here.

    biggest thing is, under pressure, hoyer looked awful, repeatedly when under pressure
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    Mallet also was working with NO skill players if not wheras foles had the eagles starting o in. Hand him the keys to the viper known as gronk,aaron,welker,lloyd, ridley demps? and he will look pretty good IMO Hoyer is a poor mans matt cassell no one wants to start him
     
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    Worried the Pats could not beat a quality opponent with either Hoyer or Mallett. 

     
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    Mallet stank, Hoyer stank worse.
     
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    [QUOTE]Mallet also was working with NO skill players if not wheras foles had the eagles starting o in. Hand him the keys to the viper known as gronk,aaron,welker,lloyd, ridley demps? and he will look pretty good IMO Hoyer is a poor mans matt cassell no one wants to start him
    Posted by Bspikes55[/QUOTE]

    spikes,
       "Hand him the keys to the viper known as gronk,aaron,welker,lloyd, ridley demps? and he will look pretty good IMO 

    beautiful line!

    Hoyer is a poor mans matt cassell no one wants to start him

    not even that in my opinion.
    i see him as a 3rd stringer at this point and into the foreseeable future

    peace
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    Mallett/Patriots got some early breaks w/ dumb penalties by eagles.  He looked better than Hoyer, and everything was vanilla...
     
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    [QUOTE]Worried the Pats could not beat a quality opponent with either Hoyer or Mallett. 
    Posted by expertmike[/QUOTE]

    You could say that about most NFL teams that lose it's starting QB. Last night Mallet was the better QB.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    Neither got a real good chance using backups and behind a O-line that struggled but I was sure of one thing at the end.  Brady is way ahead of both.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    Hoyer was an average QB at best playing in college.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    Mallett looked better than Hoyer.

    In fairness to both of them though, 
    a) We played without an O-line (at least it seemed that way) and 
    b) Our receivers seemed to be velcro'd to their defenders - no separation...
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    I'll respectfully disagree.   As I said on the game thread, RM should have had 3 picks.  He had one and one was overturned on a penalty. 
    He never looked off his first receiver.
    Hoyer certainly has a long way to go, but he looks like understands the pro NFL more.  Both guys have a long way to go.

    Here's hoping that both guys get a chance in 4th qtr blowouts this year.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    Mallet can definetly take the #2 spot on the QB depth chart if Hoyer keeps playing like that. Mallet showed he can get the ball out under pressure.

    Makes you realize how lucky we are to have Brady though.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series : totally agree, but do you or do you not see improvement, flashes, him handling max pressure at times, and looing better than hoyer in this game
    Posted by bredbru[/QUOTE]

    I definitely see improvement. I got excited a little too early, then he made several mistakes. One think I sort of don't like is he almost seems like he has that gun slinger, ala "Farve" type behavior. Where he would be too confident and try to squeeze into spots that are just too tight.

    I do think he can overcome these things though. I will say, I feel better about our backup situation now. If we can really develop some of these young backs and make our O less 1 dimensional, we might still have a decent team if god forbid the 2008 situation happens again.
     
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    [QUOTE]Worried the Pats could not beat a quality opponent with either Hoyer or Mallett. 
    Posted by expertmike[/QUOTE]

    Why are you worried, this is not the Jet's and Tom is still healthy.  Or are you just a troll?
     
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    [QUOTE]Worried the Pats could not beat a quality opponent with either Hoyer or Mallett. 
    Posted by expertmike[/QUOTE]

    Worried? Stop worrying. They couldn't.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

    In Response to Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series : Why are you worried, this is not the Jet's and Tom is still healthy.  Or are you just a troll?
    Posted by kman2004[/QUOTE]

    Speaking of trolls...notice JetMangione has been missing this week. Maybe his mom revoked his computer privileges.
     
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    Re: MALLET WAS better than Hoyer under pressure. he was not great. Was mostly positive after first series

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    [QUOTE]I'll respectfully disagree.   As I said on the game thread, RM should have had 3 picks.  He had one and one was overturned on a penalty.  He never looked off his first receiver. Hoyer certainly has a long way to go, but he looks like understands the pro NFL more.  Both guys have a long way to go. Here's hoping that both guys get a chance in 4th qtr blowouts this year.
    Posted by nyjoseph[/QUOTE]

    Big difference between understanding it and playing in it, as he showed last night.
     

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