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Discussion in 'Blinded by the Lombardis: Patriots Forum' started by maufman, Oct 12, 2017.
Douglas slapping the refs ass was funny
I told my wife she laughed a lot. This is amazing and yes. Kind of a loveable idiot, dumbass grin and sounds like him!
I think the performance so far is better than it seems.
4/6 on the road injuries have been meaningful.
Darby, cox has missed 2 games. Hicks hurt once and again today. Mcleod, sproles, Watkins, Smallwood.
And no lane johnson today, which I think was a big deal.
I mean point being they haven't been healthy esp in an already bad secondary and yet won 5 and lost a close game to the chiefs on the road.
3 home games and a bye to come
Carson has improved each week with the exception of today (which is a short week and I think that matters a lot to a young qb)
And he wasn't bad today at all, rattled at times and they really missed lane Johnson. I don't know why Blount is such a bad pass protector, you guys know more me is there a reason he's so bad? Has he always been? But they miss sproles and Smallwood in pass protection and quick release passes.
That pressure made wentz under siege but he had some beautiful moments and boy he hangs in tough especially on third down.
He really missed agholor on the last play to kill the game. And he sailed a couple of dangerous passes and was inaccurate a couple times which he hadn't been doing since the early weeks and had really been improving. But he was under so much pressure it's hard to remember without rewatching which were misses on him and which due to pass rush.
They are going to get most of these guys back sooner or later except for sproles.
Agholor has been a delight and redeeming his bust status for his first two years. His touchdown was mighty impressive.
Jeffery hasn't even got on the same page really and Smith has been poor but ertz has been great and wentz has been better and better.
Hicks injury would suck and that's their shallowest spot. So that matters. The line can't afford a major injury.
But if they can win 2 of 3 at home and go into the bye with 7 wins and Dallas losing Elliot for 6 games they could be in a great position
Very, very pleased.
London, to answer your question on Blount, yes, he has always been bad. IMO it is one of the primary reasons the Pats moved on - they were too predictable when he was on the field since they mostly ran.
I feel like a big part of pass blocking for a back—identifying the rusher, getting there, making the block, slipping out of the backfield if need be—requires a quick twitch reflex that Blount simply doesn’t possess.
He even wore a special collar to prevent it from happening.
This sucks but it's at a point now he can get a concussion from getting his hair cut too short. It's almost criminal if he plays another down. That maybe hyperbole but not really far off either.
Aarond Rodgers carted to the locker room after getting his throwing shoulder slammed into the turf.
That hit looked pretty borderline, I will say. Maybe not illegal but certainly unnecessary.
It would really suck for the game if he was out for serious time.
Rodgers injury news sucks. The Bears just pulled off a pretty nifty Tarik Cohen pass and TD.
Chicago with a well executed halfback pass off of a Flacco INT for a TD
Completely agree. Defender isn't wrong, he's just an asshole. No reason to drive him into the ground there.
Fucking sucks. A league without Rodgers is greatly diminished.
C.J. Beathard, Brett Hundley, Case Keenum, and Kevin Hogan are QB-ing NFL teams today. Sad!
Jay Glazer saying Rodgers has a broken collarbone.
It's high time someone takes a shot on Kaep.
Ravens run a kick back for a TD after he was tripped up by his own teammate, never touched by a Bears player, and everyone else assumed he was down and stopped playing.
Lot of ugly football today.
QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone. There's a chance he could miss the rest of the season.
I wonder if Romo would pick up the phone for the Packers.
Rodgers broken collarbone out for year
Detroit down by about 500 points versus the Saints, who have completely turned around their season.
Is that official? He missed 7 weeks when it happens four years ago. And 4-8 week is the more typical recovery.
If he has surgery, he'll be out for the year. If he doesn't, he'll probably be back. They don't know what he's going to do yet.
Miami goes into Atlanta and wins. That's an incredible win. AFC east the best division in the league?
Ouch. Ryan gets Atl into FG range to potentially tie it and he forces a throw for a pick.
Ravens a 2-pt conversion away from tying it up thanks to their second special teams TD. And they get it.
Flacco is elite!
The Bears. LOL
And somehow the Lions have trimmed a 45-10 deficit to 45-31 with 11 minutes still remaining.
You can't spell Lion without the L the I the O and the N.
Leonard Fournette is good. Like really good; like looks-like-pre injury-Bo Jackson good.
There is a ton of razzle dazzle going on right now in the NFL. Scott Hanson just might have had an on air orgasm.
Is there anyone in broadcasting who is better at their job than Scott Hanson, all things considered?
Wow. LIONS. Ho Lee Fuk, this has been unbelievable.
The NFL can institute hundreds of rule changes altering the very nature of football but the Rams can't change their mis matching uniforms until next year.
Detroit was down 45-10 and is now down by one score, with a ton of time left. Wow, what a loss this would be for New Orleans.
You're being clothesist.
This would be an incredible choke job by the Saints. I don't think anyone has ever blown a 35 point lead, nevermind at home.
Red Zone has been completely on fire for the past 40 minutes.
Come on Bears, rip hearts out in Salty Balti.
The Lions punt returner really blew that one hard.
Absolute garbage OPI call against the Niners. Refs really having themselves a day across the league.
49ers offense have no idea what's going on so the Skins bail them out and call a TO. lol
It gets worse
Yeah they ran into each other. Not sure how you call PI on either one.
Much much worse.
And the Ravens looooooooosssee!!! Oh, that's sweet.
They snatched victory from the jaws of defeat, only to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
It's clear the mandate is to call these pick-plays early.
Maddeningly, these calls will go away as we approach the playoffs.
Stafford has FIVE turnovers today.
It wasn't even a pick play. They called OPI on the targeted receiver (think it was Garcon) after he accidentally ran into another DB who was covering someone else. Outrageous call. Should have been incidental contact, no flag.
That penalty was weak af.
Derek Carr is back. This is good for the league.
What the fuck is going on in this Steelers-Chiefs game?!