Colts @ Patriots REPORT CARD

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    Re: Colts @ Patriots REPORT CARD

              
    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]

       re: "Look for other teams to attack the Pats' in a similar way in the future. This type of offense moves the ball...eats up the clock...and keeps Tom Brady off the field".

    exactly what ive been writing about with concern for the playoffs forever.

    i like your assessment of the rbs and o-line

    re: "Rushing three and dropping off in a deep zone just isn't cutting it"

    rushing 4 isnt cutting it.

    peace
     
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    In Response to Re: Colts @ Patriots REPORT CARD:
    Your O Line grade is always too good in comparison to the RB grades. Unless your Barry Sanders you cannot gain yardage with horrible run blocking. You have been doing this on a weekly basis. RB production has a signifigant correlation with the O Line play which has been atrocious for run blocking. You should grade pass protection and run blocking seperately IMO.
    Posted by tompenny


    good pont tom and i agree.
     
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    still dont understand the pass happy offense when leading by 21 not running the ball and the clock. this finnesse approach is not what usually wins in december, thank you
     
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    Not sure I agree on a "c" for coaching - I think that with a 31 -3 margin, BB had an opportunity to do some experimentation with personnel (individually and in combinations) to learn some things about his team and for future reference. If it were nearly any other coach, I would agree with the grade and that they were not able to keep the hammer down, but BB seems to look for opportunities to explore / improve his team at any opportunity, and with that game in hand, I think he saw  that he had a chance to learn some things under a real game situation.  He might not have liked some of the results, but for sure he knows even more about his team.
     
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    In Response to Re: Colts @ Patriots REPORT CARD:
    Your Oline and RB ratings are not so good.

    I'd expect someone who went out of his way to find fault with TexasPat's submission would have offered one of his own for analysis.

    You know, just to show us all how it's done.
    Posted by portfolio1

     
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