Sure, if you think he has eyes in the back of his head, like I said in the game thread. It's unbelievable. People just see an open receiver and assume the quarterback should see that. Let's not account for the fact that the first reads are in the other direction, and all of the pressure is in between Brady and James White. Just have him turn into that pressure and hope he gets it right, because if he gets sacked, it's over.Yeah, I was obviously being sarcastic. And Brady missed White who was wide open on 3rd and 15. He could have done better.
I know you were. Well, for some reason Gurley didn’t go OB, so maybe White doesn’t either.Yeah, I was obviously being sarcastic. And Brady missed White who was wide open on 3rd and 15. He could have done better.
I hear you. I’m the James White fan boy on this site so I would have trusted him to make the right decision. Either way, Houston better bring it next week because Philly will be fired up and playing for their playoff lives. Tough to match that kind of intensity on the road.I know you were. Well, for some reason Gurley didn’t go OB, so maybe White doesn’t either.
I just wish the Pats would stop committing so many penalties in the red zone.
On the positive side, maybe Philly wins again next week.
Collinsworth kept going to his theme that everything that worked for the Eagles last season was destined not to work for them this year. Of course that wasn't the case and while I understand these announcers/color people need a narrative, this wasn't especially relevant at this point in the game. I mean, its a one score game with a team that is capable of putting up scores very quickly. All he had to do was tell the story of the schemes etc.What makes you say that? I think he's been fine
It's pretty wide open. The only teams I think are really on their game right now are the Bears, Saints, Chargers, and Texans.Top 3 seeds in each league are now 5-7 the last two weeks. Nobody is peaking right now.