11/29: Cardinals at Patriots

PedroKsBambino

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That was a terrible pass, but it was more a hold there than two of the ones on the last AZ drive. I have no idea if that caused Byrd to break the pattern and that caused the INT or not, but it's a bad look no-call after the last series.

Which doesn't change that Cam is bad.
 

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If you aren’t going to run Cam into the ground with his legs then it makes very little logical sense to keep him out there.
 

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I know a lot of it is circumstance and coincidence but i don't think I've ever seen a QB consistently fall short on pretty much every single go ahead drive at the end of games.
 

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That was a terrible pass, but it was more a hold there than two of the ones on the last AZ drive. I have no idea if that caused Byrd to break the pattern and that caused the INT or not, but it's a bad look no-call after the last series.

Which doesn't change that Cam is bad.
Cam is terrible and it was a terrible pass...but seriously how do they extend the drive 3 times for Arizona on defensive holding/dpi but not call that?

It's fucking insane.
 

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The Pats D has been so totally unable to get a key stop all year. It's just maddening to watch.
 

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Cam is like a photo negative of what we’ve been fortunate to watch the past 19 years. He’s Tony Eason level “clutch”.
 

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I know a lot of it is circumstance and coincidence but i don't think I've ever seen a QB consistently fall short on pretty much every single go ahead drive at the end of games.
He's falling short on just about every drive, so statistically he's likely to also fall short on final drives.
 

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Pretty surprising that the worst penalty call you’ll ever see now has a direct impact on the final score. Who saw that coming!
 

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Arizona came into the game with the 19th ranked defense in terms of yards allowed.

Right now, NE has a grand total of 161 total yards of offense.
 

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In other news, The Refs(TM) just called a bruuuuuuuutal penalty against the Browns.

The refs are really exerting their will in a major way.
 

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Hold them to a FG then Gunner takes it to the house on the kick off

Crazy to think that I’m more optimistic about Gunner making a winning play than Cam
 

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This is the ballgame, right, this third down play? They get a stop, force a FG, and have time to get down for a tying FG. But if Arizona gets the first down...they can run the clock down and then kick the FG at the very end.
 

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If they get this first down they can basically run the clock and kick it. That third down run was brutal.
 

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I don’t get how Cam can’t run an offense properly with all his experience. First and 10 that last drive, he lets the play clock drain down to zero (right when Myers false started). Your offense had momentum. Snap the damn ball. This offense can’t handle first and 15. Then he throws a trash INT