This is also what I’m wondering. The Patriots have been running this type of offense since Gronkowski and Welker showed up. I think it fits well with a mid-late 30’s/early 40’s quarterback of Brady’s current skill-set. Quick thinking “answers to the test”, limited mobility, accurate short...
If the league is truly concerned about player safety, head injuries, and concussions this type of hit/potential hit should be against the rules. They make major changes to kickoffs but allow this as legal under current rules?
Not sure how much he may have lost in the ensuing years but he has a phenomenal vocal range. He does a version of "Across 110th Street" with his post FNM band Peeping Tom which is outstanding. I'm actually looking forward to hearing this.
If the holding rules are so complex they can't be understood by the fans, that's on the NFL not the fans. Similar to the "what is a catch" dilemma. No one really knows how a play will be called anymore until the ruling comes down, even by so called experts - many who played the game. That's a...
They also have all those 2019 draft picks. The team is getting old but there could potentially be a lot of roster turnover next year (and help). But they are going to have to hit on a lot of those 2019 picks. At a higher rate then they have the last couple years.
I'm wondering the same thing. With pre-injury Edleman, Amendola, who both made a living on sharp precise cuts in limited space to get open, and prior to this year Gronk; they just had so many possibilities inside the ten. The defense couldn't cover everyone. Now it looks like no one is...
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