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         In the aftermath of the Patriots domination of the previously undefeated Atlanta Falcons, why am I seeing so much negativity of this forum? The Pats held the ball for 40 minutes, and, but for some redzone difficulties, would have blown the Falcons out. Though theres' still plenty of room for improvement, this was the best Pats' performance of the young season. Frankly, the Pats' caught a break, in that this game was played in wet, rainy conditions...which appeared to bother the home in a dome Falcons. Nonetheless, I see reason for optimism. Here are my grades:  

         A.) OFFENSE:
    The Pats dominated in time of possession...ran off 81 plays, and put up 445 yards in total offense. Nontheless, failure in the redzone is still a major concern (Pats were 1-5...one TD, 4 FGs). Against the better teams, FGs are not going to be enough to win.
     
    1.) QB: Tom Terrific missed several wide open receivers, including Randy Moss deep for what should have been an easy TD. There was also a terrible throw in the endzone, that should have been intercepted. In fairness to Tom, there were also several drops, as the wet conditions played a part. He's still a work in progress. I was impressed by the seeming return of his pocket presence...and his fire. Football still appears to be very important to him, Gisele notwithstanding. Though Brady completed 25 of 42 passes for 277 yards, his average gain per completion was just 6.6 yards. 
    GRADE: B-;

    2.) RBs: Fred Taylor was outstanding, carrying 21 times for 105 yards. All the backs contributed, with some hard runs and several pass receptions...most notably by Sammy Morris. The one complaint, an obvious illegal motion penalty by Kevin Faulk, which likely cost the Pats 4 points...as it led to them settling for another FG, instead of a TD.
    GRADE: A-;

    3.) OL:
    Without question, the finest game of the season for the big uglies. They opened up running room for the RBs, and did a good job of protecting Brady. Kudos especially to LT Matt Light, for the job he did on Falcon's pass-rush specialist, John Abraham.
    GRADE: A;

    4.) WRs and TEs: The allegedly "questionable" Randy Moss bounced back nicely from his Gotham doldrums, hauling in 10 passes for 116 yards. Had Tom Brady not misfired, Moss would have had an additional 50 or so yards, and a TD. But, Joey Galloway's difficulties continue. Galloway had a particularly bad dropped pass, and is obviously still not on the same page with Brady. 
         The TEs' were outstanding, both as blockers and receivers. Chris Baker and Ben Watson had key receptions. Baker's 36 yard 4th quarter TD catch iced the game.
    GRADE: B+  

         B.) DEFENSE: Aided by the rain-soaked conditioned, an offense which held the ball for 40 minutes, and the absence of Brian Westbrook-like RB, Jerious Norwood, the "D" stymied the Falcons' offense...and held their "O" to just 257 total yards for the game.
     
    1.) DL: Good job overall by the front 3 or 4, depending on situation. Shut down Michael Turner and the Atlanta running game...making the Falcons one-dimensional. Ty Warren made a TD saving tackle on Turner early...holding the Falcons to 3 points instead of 7 on their opening drive. 
    GRADE: B;

    2.) LBs: Somebody clearly "dropped the ball" on a FB screen pass to Jason Snelling on Atlanta's opening drive...leading to a 21 yard play, and setting up the Falcons' first score. Otherwise, not a bad job of pass coverage, and shutting down the run. ILB Gary Guyton once again led the team in tackles, and may be the Pats' most improved player.
    GRADE: B+;

    3.) Secondary: Kept WR Roddy White in check, but had some problems with the tall, gangly Michael Jenkins, who had 5 receptions for 78 yards. Nice hits by Leigh Bodden and others. Took star TE Tony Gonzalez out of the game. Save for the lone Falcon TD drive, the backliners played well.
    GRADE: B+;

         C.) SPECIAL TEAMS: Great game from Stephen Gostkowski, who was 4-4 in FG tries, and boomed several kickoffs deep into the Falcon endzone. Some sloppy coverage on kick returns led to a couple of 40 yard returns by Eric Weems. One of those returns, a 41 yarder, gave the Falcons a short field...which led to their only TD. Nothing special by the Pat kick returners. Overall, a solid, albeit unspectacular, effort by this unit.
    GRADE: B;

         D.) COACHING:
    No complaints with the offensive and defensive schemes...except in the redzone. This area of play has plagued the Patriots throughout the season, and cost them the game last Sunday against the hated Jets. With the Ravens coming to town next weekend, its' imperative that the Pats' solve their redzone deficiencies in a hurry.
    GRADE: A-  

         E.) PLAY OF THE GAME
    : The play that stands out to me was the great 23 yard catch made by Ben Watson in the 3rd quarter, which set up a FG...putting the Pats up 16-10. 

         F.) GAME BALLS:
    Fred Taylor, Randy Moss.  

         Here are the game stats: http://espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=290927017.

         Thoughts?  

       
         

        
     
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    10 points allowed, including scoreless second half, without Mayo and Wilfork, the two best players.  In my mind, given all the circumstances, that is nothing short of an A performance by the defense.  I think B's across the board sells their performance short.  

    Other than defense I agree.
     
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    [QUOTE]10 points allowed, including scoreless second half, without Mayo and Wilfork, the two best players.  In my mind, given all the circumstances, that is nothing short of an A performance by the defense.  I think B's across the board sells their performance short.   Other than defense I agree.
    Posted by pyegian[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, I agree. At least a B+ or A- for the line and linebackers. I think Brady deserves more of a B or B+, but otherwise I'm fine.
     
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    [QUOTE]10 points allowed, including scoreless second half, without Mayo and Wilfork, the two best players.  In my mind, given all the circumstances, that is nothing short of an A performance by the defense.  I think B's across the board sells their performance short.   Other than defense I agree.
    Posted by pyegian[/QUOTE]

         Pye...keep in mind that, because of the dominating play by the Pats' offense, the defense was only on the field for 20 minutes. In other words, the Pats had the ball for 2/3 of the game. Therefore...I thought that an "A" was a bit too high a grade.
     
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    Spot on with offense, and I think TB is only going to get healthier and conversions in the Red Zone will eventually turn to 6s.  As for the D, I agree with the other poster - maybe a little higher across the board.  Coaching was an A today, as this game could have been a 30+ pt blowout had the offense converted a few more plays.  They had a terrific game plan to shut down Turner and Gonzalez, and this got Ryan into a slight sense of panic - something we haven't seen around here for several games.  That QB head on a swivel looking very confused, and looked good.  Look forward to next week.  That looks to be on paper a tremendous game. 

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Falcons @ Patriots REPORT CARD : Yeah, I agree. At least a B+ or A- for the line and linebackers. I think Brady deserves more of a B or B+, but otherwise I'm fine.
    Posted by royf19[/QUOTE]

         Roy...since I forgot to account for the Pats' "D" basically taking star TE Tony Gonzalez out of the game, I agree that an adjustment is in order. "B+" for LBs and secondary. 
     
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    I give the Patriots an A for beating a playoff team with a great QB by 16. Once Brady gets more accurate, the receivers run good routes and stop dropping passes this will be a 35 point a week offense. Imagine what having Welker back will do.  I love the D too, young, fast and better athletes than all the slow, old leaders we got rid of. If we can get to the bye at 5-2 we will be fine.
     
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    [QUOTE]Spot on with offense, and I think TB is only going to get healthier and conversions in the Red Zone will eventually turn to 6s.  As for the D, I agree with the other poster - maybe a little higher across the board.  Coaching was an A today, as this game could have been a 30+ pt blowout had the offense converted a few more plays.  They had a terrific game plan to shut down Turner and Gonzalez, and this got Ryan into a slight sense of panic - something we haven't seen around here for several games.  That QB head on a swivel looking very confused, and looked good.  Look forward to next week.  That looks to be on paper a tremendous game. 
    Posted by DBAZ22[/QUOTE]

         DBA:

         You've convinced me...the coaching grade should be higher. But, the play calling and execution in the redzone remains a major problem.
     
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    TexasPat, you mention that the offense held the ball for 40 minutes, and the defense was only on the field for 20.  However, it goes both ways.  The defense was only on for 20 minutes partly because they kept stopping the Falcons' drives short and getting the ball back to the offense.  Our domination of the time of possession is as much a function of the defense as the offense.
     
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    TxPat I agree w you on the RZ execution it just did not get it done, but I also believe that it will come around.  Overstating the obvious when I say that when Brady gets in synch and this offense has a chance to play together for several weeks w a healthy Welker, and the 3rd WR emerges this team may never get back to 2007 numbers, but they will be hard to stop.  In the meantime, the D continues to impress, and the AFC looks to be wide open, although it is very early in the season. 
     
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    [QUOTE]10 points allowed, including scoreless second half, without Mayo and Wilfork, the two best players.  In my mind, given all the circumstances, that is nothing short of an A performance by the defense.  I think B's across the board sells their performance short.   Other than defense I agree.
    Posted by pyegian[/QUOTE]

    Mayo has played 1 year and Wilfork, as proven today, is greatly overrated.  This is why BB isn't going to pay him big dollars.
     
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    Mayo playing one year stops him from being a very good player HOW exactly?

    Wilfork demonstrated he is overrated today how? The fact that he is capable of sustaining a physical injury?  The fact that the other d-lineman stepped up and played well?

    They are the 2 most valuable players on the defense.
     
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    B+ For the D line. Nice breakdown, Texas Pat.

    Does Fred Taylor start from now on? I hope so.

     
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    [QUOTE]TxPat I agree w you on the RZ execution it just did not get it done, but I also believe that it will come around.  Overstating the obvious when I say that when Brady gets in synch and this offense has a chance to play together for several weeks w a healthy Welker, and the 3rd WR emerges this team may never get back to 2007 numbers, but they will be hard to stop.  In the meantime, the D continues to impress, and the AFC looks to be wide open, although it is very early in the season. 
    Posted by DBAZ22[/QUOTE]

         A healthy Welker will help immeasurably. But, the Pats also need to replace Joey Galloway. The guy is an outside receiver only. He's not now, nor has he ever been, a guy that will go over the middle like a Welker, or Jabar Gaffney, in his Patriot days. A one dimensional guy like Galloway fits the offense like a square peg fits a round hole.    

     
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    [QUOTE]TexasPat, you mention that the offense held the ball for 40 minutes, and the defense was only on the field for 20.  However, it goes both ways.  The defense was only on for 20 minutes partly because they kept stopping the Falcons' drives short and getting the ball back to the offense.  Our domination of the time of possession is as much a function of the defense as the offense.
    Posted by pyegian[/QUOTE]

         Pye...beg to differ. A well rested defense is much more effective than a defense that has been pounded on for over 30 minutes. The Pats' offense controlled this game. But for redzone problems, the game would have been a blowout. 
     
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    I figured Atlanta would be the best test for our defense, and they passed the test in a big way.  I can't think of one logical reason for the defense to do anything but struggle early this year.  we lost so many leaders, we have so many new faces...  I'm a big proponent of getting younger, I just thought there would be an early price to pay for it.  This is one of those times I'm glad to have been wrong.  Granted, 3 games does not make a season, but I really like what I see.

    Offense looked much better, but I believe I said in last weeks threads that most of the offensive problems we saw probably had less to do with actual offensive problems, and more to do with facing a dominant defense.  That's what dominant defenses do; make an offense look like they are playing their first football game ever.  I'm glad we have to face the Jets again.  Our offense can handle average or slightly better than average defenses all they want, unless and until they can handle the dominant defenses like the Giants and now the Jets, we will stop short of our final goal; the Lombardi.

    Bring on the Ravens!!!
     
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    Amidst all the trolling and idiocy in these forums, what a treat it is to ready TexasP's report card and discussion. Well done. 
     
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    yeah well done TexasPat.

    I thought the patriots looked real good today. Not a GREAT 1st half but nonetheless we did enough to be ahead at halftime. Nice job O line today and big ups to our secondary. How much did Sean Springs play tiday? I thought he was straight $$$$$$$$
     
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    As I mentioned on the best QB thread, Peyton Manning who many there call the best QB of the era, had a slow first half of the season the year he came back from knee surgery that was much less serious than Tom Brady. He came on strong in the second half. Tom Brady had big time knee reconstruction, and rehab that took an entire year to work through. He's only been back in serious competitive football for 3 games now, so he's still a work in progress. Revisit this question about him after another 3 or 4 games to see where he is. One thing that I liked seeing was the way he jumped with excitement after that long TD pass Sunday. Someone worried about the knee in any way probably wouldn't let themselves do that.
     
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    Nice report card, Tex.

    I would just like to point out that PrairieMike predicted this game would be a reenactment of Sherman's march on Atlanta while everyone else was crying that we couldn't win without Welker.  Kudos for having faith in your team, Mike!
     
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    Good posts here.  Perhaps they activate Terrence Nunn, then there would be some extra speed over the middle.  Mayo will be rested for the 2nd half of the season, and when Welker gets healthy it should get really interesting.
    And there is Law Firm to run hard for the months of Nov. and Dec.
     
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    [QUOTE]     In the aftermath of the Patriots domination of the previously undefeated Atlanta Falcons, why am I seeing so much negativity of this forum? The Pats held the ball for 40 minutes, and, but for some redzone difficulties, would have blown the Falcons out. Though theres' still plenty of room for improvement, this was the best Pats' performance of the young season. Frankly, the Pats' caught a break, in that this game was played in wet, rainy conditions...which appeared to bother the home in a dome Falcons. Nonetheless, I see reason for optimism. Here are my grades :        A.) OFFENSE: The Pats dominated in time of possession...ran off 82 plays, and put up 445 yards in total offense. Nontheless, failure in the redzone is still a major concern (Pats were 1-5...one TD, 4 FGs). Against the better teams, FGs are not going to be enough to win.   1.) QB: Tom Terrific missed several wide open receivers, including Randy Moss deep for what should have been an easy TD. There was also a terrible throw in the endzone, that should have been intercepted. In fairness to Tom, there were also several drops, as the wet conditions played a part. He's still a work in progress. I was impressed by the seeming return of his pocket presence...and his fire. Football still appears to be very important to him, Gisele notwithstanding. Though Brady completed 25 of 42 passes for 277 yards, his average gain per completion was just 6.6 yards.  GRADE: B-; 2.) RBs: Fred Taylor was outstanding, carrying 21 times for 105 yards. All the backs contributed, with some hard runs and several pass receptions...most notably by Sammy Morris. The one complaint, an obvious illegal motion penalty by Kevin Faulk, which likely cost the Pats 4 points...as it led to them settling for another FG, instead of a TD. GRADE: A-; 3.) OL: Without question, the finest game of the season for the big uglies. They opened up running room for the RBs, and did a good job of protecting Brady. Kudos especially to LT Matt Light, for the job he did on Falcon's pass-rush specialist, John Abraham. GRADE: A; 4.) WRs and TEs:  The allegedly "questionable" Randy Moss bounced back nicely from his Gotham doldrums, hauling in 10 passes for 116 yards. Had Tom Brady not misfired, Moss would have had an additional 50 or so yards, and a TD. But, Joey Galloway's difficulties continue. Galloway had a particularly bad dropped pass, and is obviously still not on the same page with Brady.       The TEs' were outstanding, both as blockers and receivers. Chris Baker and Ben Watson had key receptions. Baker's 36 yard 4th quarter TD catch iced the game. GRADE: B+         B.) DEFENSE: Aided by the rain-soaked conditioned, an offense which held the ball for 40 minutes, and the absence of Brian Westbrook-like RB, Jerious Norwood, the "D" stymied the Falcon passing/rushing attack. The Falcons' offense was held to just 257 total yards for the game.   1.) DL:  Good job overall by the front 3 or 4, depending on situation. Shut down Michael Turner and the Atlanta running game...making the Falcons one-dimensional. Ty Warren made a TD saving tackle on Turner early...holding the Falcons to 3 points instead of 7 on their opening drive.  GRADE: B; 2.) LBs:  Somebody clearly "dropped the ball" of a FB screen pass to Jason Snelling on Atlanta's opening drive...leading to a 21 yard play, and setting up the Falcons' first score. Otherwise, not a bad job of pass coverage, and shutting down the run. ILB Gary Guyton once again led the team in tackles, and may be the Pats' most improved player. GRADE: B+; 3.) Secondary: Kept WR Roddy White in check, but had some problems with the tall, gangly Michael Jenkins, who had 5 receptions for 78 yards. Nice hits by Leigh Bodden and others. Took star TE Tony Gonzalez out of the game. Save for the lone Falcon TD drive, the backliners played well. GRADE: B+;      C.) SPECIAL TEAMS: Great game from Stephen Gostkowski, who was 4-4 in FG tries, and boomed several kickoffs deep into the Falcon endzone. Some sloppy coverage on kick returns led to a couple of 40 yard returns by Eric Weems. One of those returns, a 41 yarder, gave the Falcons a short field...which led to their only TD. Nothing special by the Pat kick returners. Overall, a solid, albeit unspectacular effort by this unit. GRADE: B;      D.) COACHING: No complaints with the offensive and defensive schemes...except in the redzone. This area of play has plagued the Patriots throughout the season, and cost them the game last Sunday against the hated Jets. With the Ravens coming to town next weekend, its' imperative that the Pats' solve their redzone deficiencies in a hurry. GRADE: A-        E.) PLAY OF THE GAME : The play that stands out to me was the great 23 yard catch made by Ben Watson in the 3rd quarter, which set up a FG...putting the Pats up 16-10.        F.) GAME BALLS: Fred Taylor, Randy Moss.        Here are the game stats: http://espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=290927017 .      Thoughts?                 
    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]

    You are as usual hard on the D. Time of our possession was 2 to 1 ratio and that is outstanding. D deserves an A.

    Play of the game was going for it on 4th and a foot on our 25. That was a big game changer because it was a vote of confidence in our D, and they responded by shutting down Atlanta for the rest of the game. 5 drives: fumble, punt, punt, punt, and punt. People think it was crazy of BB to do that, but I think it was brilliant on a few levels. Most importantly sending a message to the D that he was trusting them to bail him out in case he didn't get that 4th and 1. If we had a poor D, no way he calls for that.

    Brady: C, but that is to be expected. By giving him a C, I am respecting his potential to come back from a knee injury. It is not over by a long chalk. That is a devastating injury to overcome, and many players just don't succeed. The hard thing for Brady is that it is on his lead leg which he must apply torque to carry through on weight transfer 100% even though his first instinct is not to do that. If you see his throws sail high, it means he is not following through on weight transfer.

    Receivers: C with Galloway skewing the grading scale.

    RB: I think that illegal motion was a bad call because one player can be in motion as long as it is not vertical, and Faulk was not really going vertical, he was veering a little, perhaps a little slant, but nowhere near vertical. I think they deserve a strong B.

    Coaching: A

    Don't know if people noticed, but BB was involved in the playcalling. That is why you saw much more creativity today. More screen, runs, and even a reverse.

     
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    I'll give Brady a C+. He wiffed on some really good passes that could've been deep balls. The Pats D deserves all the credit for this game. They shutout White, Turner, and Gonzalez. 


    The defense, Moss, and the RBs get my game ball. 
     
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    The New England Patriots performed well this game. They shut down a really good offense and did what so many of us wondered if they could do, they got off the field when needed. The Offense played like how they should play, they ran the ball and passed to keep the defense on their toes. They played like a team in this game. Brady showed that he can still throw the deep ball but he needs to work on the accuracy. 

    The OL was really good this game. Running the ball kept the Falcons from Blitzing like the Jets, Ravens, Eagles, and Giants did against us.  

    I hope the Wilfork injury isn't serious. I know the Pats listed him as doubtful, but they listed Mayo as doubtful as well when he got injured and he's still out. Anyway, we have 3-5 more weeks before Mayo comes back.  After the Ravens, we don't face an explosive offense till week 10. Brady should be back to being Cap'n Clutch by that time, Mayo will be back, the D will be rejuvenated with the return of their leader, and the team will be in sync and gelled.  

    Next week against the Ravens will be a test for the Patriots. They are basically playing the Jets. If they can stop Baltimore, they can stop the Jets. 
     
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    Everyone seemed to think it was the defense that was going to be the "weak link", but yesterday proved us wrong. If the offense was half as productive as it was in 07 they would be 3-0 right now, and yesterday would have been at least a 3 TD win. But while a lot of people (especially in the media) are putting the blame on Tom, he's only partially to blame, IMO. Several balls went off the fingertips of the WRs yeasterday, also last week. In the NFL a WR has to catch anything that hits them on the hands (within reason). Galloway certainly isn't a good fit. Noy only can he seemingly not get on the same page with Brady, he's one dimensional. Gaffney would go deep, over the middle, slant routes, etc. Without an outlet like that Tom is going to have problems, especially in the red zone. Edelman looks pretty good, but he still needs work on his timing and route running. Hopefully Welker gets back next week. They are going to need him against the swarming defense of the Ravens. Overall I'd say yesterday was a good showing except in the red zone. But that should only get better as the season goes on. They will need to score TDs, not FGs to keep up with teams like the Saints, Colts, and Broncos. Just glad to get a win, though. Next week may be the toughest game of the season, except for the Colts who are always a bitter foe.
     

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