Favorite Play of the Night

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    Re: Favorite Play of the Night

    Mine was the Stallworth TD.  They just signed him this week, Brady drops a dime to him up the seam, and he gets to the house.  How cool was that?!

     
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    Agreed. It doesn't have to happen a lot, but if Brady has a chance to gain 5+ yards by running it himself over trying to wait for an open man, he should take it. 

    Just remember to slide though :).

    My personal favorites the Stallworth TD and the Lloyd TD (beautiful PA), but I enjoyed seeing this.

     
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    lloyd TD. Completely sold the play action and nearly everyone committed to the run, just a well designed and executed play. Same with play to Woody (minus fumble by Watt) blocks all over the place.

     
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    The D turned the Houston offense into one that was gradually becoming predictable. Great situational football.

     
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    Brady's scurry up for that 1st down.  Bout time!  Finally! It reminded me of 2006 against that vaunted Bears D when he juked Urlacher.

    THAT is what I want to see, dangit!  Awareness.  Balance.  Mix it up.  Don't be afraid to run because they never think you will!

     

     



    Agree!! The stadium went nuts and a chant of MVP...MVP became deafening!

     
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    Mayo burying 44 rb in 2nd half...  #2 pick by McCourty.  Wished he found a lane to house, tho. 

     
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    Favorite play from last night's romp:  A tie I'm afraid.  One offensive; one defensive.

    Offensive:  The exquisite 37 yarder to Lloyd for the TD.  Everything about that play was textbook.

    Defensive:  The McCourty pick.  That is being depicted as a Schaub blunder (and perhaps it was) but to my eyes McCourty read Schaub and broke on the ball perfectly.  

    My 2 cents.

     
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    Brady is getting buried too much for my liking in the pocket and it worrys me when he runs And can get hit hard. 15 yards is worth clobbering your worst nightmare.  Mccourty looked good on that int.  You wonder what they say to him.  I think he should have taken a knee and let the O do its job. that was the turning point of the game. 

     
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    My favorite part of the night was after the first Lloyd TD Brady pointing to the sidelines and McD going f'ing crazy.  That ruled so so much.

     
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    The kind of play action on the lloyd TD and Hernandez completion going across the middle brings tears to my eyes. Love it!!

     
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    I'll have to go with this.

    "loyd TD. Completely sold the play action and nearly everyone committed to the run, just a well designed and executed play. Same with play to Woody (minus fumble by Watt) blocks all over the place.'

     
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    More concrete evidence that you don't know the game to save your life.

    Here's a clue junior. We don't need our 35 yo Hall of Fame QB with the reconstructed knee running on 3rd down at the close of the 3rd quarter with a 28-7 lead.

    The extent of your lack of understanding of this game is astonishing.

     
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    More concrete evidence that you don't know the game to save your life.

    Here's a clue junior. We don't need our 35 yo Hall of Fame QB with the reconstructed knee running on 3rd down at the close of the 3rd quarter with a 28-7 lead.

    The extent of your lack of understanding of this game is astonishing.



    there is literally no need for such hostility

     
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    In response to In_BB_We_Trust's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    More concrete evidence that you don't know the game to save your life.

    Here's a clue junior. We don't need our 35 yo Hall of Fame QB with the reconstructed knee running on 3rd down at the close of the 3rd quarter with a 28-7 lead.

    The extent of your lack of understanding of this game is astonishing.



    there is literally no need for such hostility




    No hostility whatsoever. Stating facts.

     
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    lloyd TD. Completely sold the play action and nearly everyone committed to the run, just a well designed and executed play. Same with play to Woody (minus fumble by Watt) blocks all over the place.



    +1, that one play basically said other teams now respect our running game. Even though they weren't running it as often as they usually do you can tell Hou game planned for it because they bought hard on it

     
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    I understand you might think youre stating facts.. whether you are or not there is no need to talk about someone elses lack of understanding of the game. That is called being hostile. Junior.

     
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    Lloyd saved Woody's bacon on the fumble recovery.  That was completely heads up.  Woody was immense up to that point.  Great play except for the fumble.

     
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    In response to In_BB_We_Trust's comment:

    I understand you might think youre stating facts.. whether you are or not there is no need to talk about someone elses lack of understanding of the game. That is called being hostile. Junior.




    Hi Rusty. Let's all form a circle and sing Kumbaya instead.

     
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    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to In_BB_We_Trust's comment:

    I understand you might think youre stating facts.. whether you are or not there is no need to talk about someone elses lack of understanding of the game. That is called being hostile. Junior.




    Hi Rusty. Let's all form a circle and sing Kumbaya instead.



    haha nooo no rusty youre missing the point. We're all here for the same purpose because we all love the Pats. So why cant we have mature arguements and coversations? Rather then people like you and many many more on the board just telling everyone how their knowledge of the Pats is superior to everyone elses. Reality check rusty. Reality check.

     
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    In response to MichFan's comment:

    I'll have to go with this.

    "loyd TD. Completely sold the play action and nearly everyone committed to the run, just a well designed and executed play. Same with play to Woody (minus fumble by Watt) blocks all over the place.'




    I'll agree with that. It's not often you see an entire secondary and all the LBs bite on a play fake. Even the cameraman was fooled for a half second

     
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    I'll agree with that. It's not often you see an entire secondary and all the LBs bite on a play fake. Even the cameraman was fooled for a half second



    You knew it was going to be great when the play starts and you hear Gruden murmur uh-oh in the background.  Great fake, great throw, great catch.  Heck of a play.

     
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    I forget which PA it was but I remember almost the entire Hou DL full on tackle Ridley and get up to celebrate as Brady threw it over their heads for a rec. I almost cracked up laughing

     
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    In response to Philskiw1's comment:

    Brady is getting buried too much for my liking in the pocket and it worrys me when he runs And can get hit hard. 15 yards is worth clobbering your worst nightmare.  Mccourty looked good on that int.  You wonder what they say to him.  I think he should have taken a knee and let the O do its job. that was the turning point of the game. 




    I don't think anyone thought Brady was going to come out of the game with a clean uniform. There's a reason the Texans defense is ( was ) ranked 7th and why Watt leads the league in sacks.

     
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