Re: Benny watch continues.
posted at 10/1/2012 10:26 AM EDT
In response to DelGriffith's comment:
Did you see yesterday's game? No, you didn't. If we had done that in the SB, NE blows out the Giants. But, Brady wanted to throw with Woodhead as the lead back.
Check the data, Pezzy. You've been exposed again by facts.
All we heard all week long is how great the Bills pass rush is. LMAO
Do you get it yet?
No, you're the one who doesn't get it. You still can't grasp the idea of exploiting what the D gives you and going with what works.
The pass set up the run yesterday. Did you watch the game? Laughable. It worked because the backs are better this year and the Bills were playing pass...
Did you see the 2.3 ypc a week ago? I guess you think the Pat's backs transformed into the premier Nfl backs in a weeks time. Sorry, they didn't.
You will say anything to deflect that the RB's were ineffective during the SB and most of last year and the D flat out stunk, and blame the guy that had to carry the team on his back because of it.
I guess you think Brady and the coaches are liars and 90% of the fans are blind too.
On running against the Bills' smaller defense. "That's what we have to do. If teams want to leave their nickel groupings on the field, then we have to be able to ... we ran for what, 240 yards? It was a great effort from offensive line that played great yesterday against a defensive front that really improved itself over the offseason. ... Our offensive line really met the challenge. You give those guys all the credit in the world, to create holes for the running backs, who did a great job running the ball, finding the holes, taking care of the football, running with good pad level, breaking tackles, yards after contact. We really got challenged by our coach, who wanted us to run the ball better. We've been running the ball and I thought those guys really answered the call."