Armstead Ready?

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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

     
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    Will be fun to watch him after he gets a few games under his belt.

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    Yes. I think it helped him.  I expected rusty play from him, but also MUCH fewer snaps than that. Was very surprised at his use.  It actually backfired.

     

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    True... back to subject at hand.  

     

    What's your expectations of Armstead...

     
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    Might be just what the doctor ordered. Get a healthy player or two back.

     
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    Might be just what the doctor ordered. Get a healthy player or two back.

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    I would expect Talib and vereen for carolina after the bye and Amendola this week.

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

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    Except for Brady's collosal mistake on the Pick 6 stare down. It completely changed momentum.

     

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    Yes that did get the ball rolling. look it I am a Tom Brady fan, but he played an average game yesterday. Not worried he will rebound. Gronk said he should have caught that pass the one handed one it was a little overthrown I know he was trying to get it over the jet defender. It's a shame u talking about 31-27 and game over instead of 27-27. 

     
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    Might be just what the doctor ordered. Get a healthy player or two back.

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    I would expect Talib and vereen for carolina after the bye and Amendola this week.

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    Amendola has a concussion I think it might be after the bye. Not to mention his other issues like the groin. I hope he does well when he comes back. Just not a fan of the signing.

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

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    Except for Brady's collosal mistake on the Pick 6 stare down. It completely changed momentum.

     

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    gronk ran a bad rout on the brady pick- do you think if he runs a good rout it is still a pick?

     
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    i hope this guy can be legit. If we can get Kelly back healthy as well, the 4 man rotation will be good for the D-line. everyone can be put on the field to play their strengths. If he's the real deal this could solidify the interior line

     
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    Gronk will continue to improve, Talib will be back in 1-3 weeks, Vereen will return for the Carolina game, Kelly will return in 1-3 weeks, Amendola will be back in 1-2 weeks, and now we're adding Armstead to the fold, an incredibly talented, albeit unproven, player.

    The arrow is pointing up. Losing Mayo and Wilfork hurts, but this team can adapt and overcome. Everyone is having injuries, and we have the depth at LB to withstand Mayo's loss. Hightower will adapt, Spikes will do his thing, and I expect to see plenty of Flethcer going forward, who I think could be a very good player.

     
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    I have been waiting to see this guy play a real NFL game.  Can't wait, hope he get here soon. I am a bit excited to have him healthy and on the field causing trouble!

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

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    Except for Brady's collosal mistake on the Pick 6 stare down. It completely changed momentum.

     

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    gronk ran a bad rout on the brady pick- do you think if he runs a good rout it is still a pick?

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    Oh please. I've heard GARBAGE excuse for YEARS here. YEARS. Baloney. BAD THROW. Back, behind Gronk, as was the one Brady launched into the sun.

    There were numerous throws like that yesterday where he did that. Numerous.

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    It was a brilliant play by Allen who baited Brady & Gronk and then jumped the route.  The Jets forced a number of other near turnovers yesterday.

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

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    Except for Brady's collosal mistake on the Pick 6 stare down. It completely changed momentum.

     

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    gronk ran a bad rout on the brady pick- do you think if he runs a good rout it is still a pick?

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    Oh please. I've heard GARBAGE excuse for YEARS here. YEARS. Baloney. BAD THROW. Back, behind Gronk, as was the one Brady launched into the sun.

    There were numerous throws like that yesterday where he did that. Numerous.

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    It was a brilliant play by Allen who baited Brady & Gronk and then jumped the route.  The Jets forced a number of other near turnovers yesterday.

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    "forced a number of other near turnovers" lol and that is a ridiculous statement

     
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    Armstead is a pass rushing specialist, if he lives up to the hype with a healthy Kelly, would make a great interior rush. When teams to run up the gut, Kelly and Armstead would meet the RBs with a bear-hug.

    Chris Jones is boss too.

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    back to the topic, there is nothing yet by way of who is at practice warm ups (practice is closed to media) that would lead one to even speculate that Armstead is anywhere near ready. This guy has not seen a field in a competitive setting in about 1 year. the Pats have 2 weeks to get him physically ready for the season, or IR him. Seems based on facts, it is a very long shot that he plays this year.

     
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    back to the topic, there is nothing yet by way of who is at practice warm ups (practice is closed to media) that would lead one to even speculate that Armstead is anywhere near ready. This guy has not seen a field in a competitive setting in about 1 year. the Pats have 2 weeks to get him physically ready for the season, or IR him. Seems based on facts, it is a very long shot that he plays this year.

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    A voice of reason. Folks are making armstead out as the next Seymour. He isn't. Can he help? Of course. But I think vellano and jones at this point are better. he hasn't even adjusted to the nfl game yet. 

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

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    Except for Brady's collosal mistake on the Pick 6 stare down. It completely changed momentum.

     

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    Yes that did get the ball rolling. look it I am a Tom Brady fan, but he played an average game yesterday. Not worried he will rebound. Gronk said he should have caught that pass the one handed one it was a little overthrown I know he was trying to get it over the jet defender. It's a shame u talking about 31-27 and game over instead of 27-27. 

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    Average? Not really. The INT was a horrible play. And he missed at least two touchdown passes downfield and otherwise threw average. So average IF YOU DONT COUNT THE WORST PLAYS.

    I love TB. I am not a TB basher. But he is not having a good season so far. I know he is dealing with all new people and 3 of them are rookies. But he has not made things easier except for some very Bradyesque plays he has come up with to help us to be 5-2. 

     

     
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    THANK YOU...

    I sure hope he is ready to at least practice with the team, and possible get 10-15 snaps against the Dolphins.  

     BTW,  Do you think Gronk not going on PUP helped him play the way he did yesterday?  

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    yes, he got the benefit of full practices

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    It helped his legs for sure, huh.  He looked 90% out there.  A little uneasy at times, but otherwise a great performance.  

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    No worries about the Gronk when healthy best player on the field. No game action in about 9 months and the jets had no answers for him.

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    Except for Brady's collosal mistake on the Pick 6 stare down. It completely changed momentum.

     

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    gronk ran a bad rout on the brady pick- do you think if he runs a good rout it is still a pick?

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    Oh please. I've heard GARBAGE excuse for YEARS here. YEARS. Baloney. BAD THROW. Back, behind Gronk, as was the one Brady launched into the sun.

    There were numerous throws like that yesterday where he did that. Numerous.

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    BAD ROUTE... why is it everyone can see this but you,  Clueless Hater???

    2. ... Brady's pick-6 intended for tight end Rob Gronkowski, which was undercut by safety Antonio Allen, came against the Jets' standard four-man rush. Brady wasn't particularly rushed on the throw -- Coples was bearing down on Solder again to pinch the pocket a bit -- but one wonders if the strip sack that came before it was a factor in his decision-making. Brady said after the game, and repeated again on Monday, that it was a decision he shouldn't have made. As for the route, while Gronkowski's initial cut was sharp, he then seemed to fade slightly upfield, giving Allen the chance to undercut him.

    One has to wonder why BB has been torturing us with this pathetic QB play for YEARS


    Why waste our time with this 6th round scrub? Why isn't he playing the obvious 1st round talent Mallet, who has been waiting in the weeds for three years, or our Savior and 1st round talent Tim Tebow who is obviously on speed dial, waiting on a sign from God?

    Shame on you BB.  People pay good money to see this crap.

     
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