Analyzing the interception.

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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    I dont think anyone disputes the fact it was a bad throw but Underwood could have / should have done more to break it up.
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    the defender had just grabbed the shirt of TU{no PI though}
    which slightly disturbed the receivers pattern

    tuff one all around
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    There are no legendary players on the Pats, they are all equal parts of the team.  Brady deserves to be yelled at just like anyone else.  Good for O'Brien for standing up to him. 

    You prefer we be like the Colts and have the coaches wiping the QB's a**?
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    Combination of things:

    1. There was hold by the defender.

    2. Bad decision to pass.

    3. Bad play call.

    4. Good play by the defender on the ball.

    5. Bad play by TU on the ball. 

    6. What the heck is TU even doing on this team?

     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    If Brady can yell at Underwood for not breaking up an ill advised pass then who yells at Brady for throwing the pass in the fist place?
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    Dear Mr. Parilli,
     
    You will be hearing from our lawyers. We intend to enforce our copyright on biased attempts to stretch the truth to fit a convenient version of events.

    Sincerely,
    The Warren Commission
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    In Response to Re: Analyzing the interception.:
    If Brady can yell at Underwood for not breaking up an ill advised pass then who yells at Brady for throwing the pass in the fist place?
    Posted by pogeyjoe


    This is a head scratcher but I'll take a stab at an answer...his coach?

    Since when does a QB have the right to criticize his pass catcher for not breaking up an interception? In reviewing said play multiple times it is clear that the pass catcher's momentum is AWAY from the ball. Impossible as it may seem, when a mass (Underwood) is moving away from another mass (the football in this case) forces exerted by each mass on the other are diminished. Underwood didn't have a prayer of breaking up that pass, despite what people say. Unless of course he initiated his movements to break up said play instead of initiating movements to catch said football.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPfiiW32GCY

    Reality: Football players sometimes make mistakes. Others make great plays. Wilson made a great interception, even Dan Dierdorf said Josh Wilson made a "tremendous" play.
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    Horse is DEAD!!  The flies are now on it, leave it be!
     
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    In Response to Re: Analyzing the interception.:
    hhaha Muzzie with a nice one. All those stills do is show me Brady threw a lollipop.  It happens. Babe Parilli is one sick individual, though. My god.
    Posted by RidingWithTheKingII


    Sometimes we need to protect even ourselves.

    I ignored the OP of this thread weeks ago.

    He brings nothing of value or reasonable content to the forum.

    My observation is that it would appear that he's an angry, pejorative and profane man. I avoid folks like that in my "real" life...
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    So, the slide show:

    #1 Underwood was coverd (don't throw the ball)
    #2 It was a soft throw into tight coverage (bad velocity on the throw)
    #3 I was behind the receiver towards the defender (bad location on the throw)
    #4 Underwoods legs were seperated trying unsuccessfully to adjust to a badly thrown ball (short of making an impossible cut back or causing an O pass interference Underwood could not prevent being undercut)
    #5 The D player was playing the ball and had the undercut the entire play (don't throw the ball)
    #6 Underwood had his hand on the DB's arm to try to break it up (should of went for the ball but in a bang bang play you grab what's in front of you)

    Great job Babe you just proved it was more Brady's fault then Underwood. From back and to the left. Thank you for clearing that up
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    In Response to Re: Analyzing the interception.:
    Combination of things:
    1. There was hold by the defender.  5%
    2. Bad decision to pass. 25%
    3. Bad play call. 5%
    4. Good play by the defender on the ball. 50%
    5. Bad play by TU on the ball.  15%
    6. What the heck is TU even doing on this team? 0% (he's better than 85)
    Posted by Salcon


    My allocation of faults above.

    Bottom line. Bad pass, nice defensive play. Massive overreaction by all sides because an assistant coach lost his cool and the QB reacted in-kind.

    Maybe they'll bring this up at the next Republican debate. Has anybody asked Ron Paul his view?
     
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    Re: Analyzing the interception.

    O'Brien's sideline antics were unprofessional and unacceptable.  What he did has embarrassed the organization and given the National media an excuse to bash our organization.

    Oh and TKD sucks and never should of been on the field in the first place.  Anyone want to guess how many passes go in his direction over the next 3 games?
     
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