Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    In response to Neal Page's comment:
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    You're wrong. Mike Reiss's post at ESPN Boston reflects data that shows more balance, better running, etc, at this point so far as oppposed to last year's fledgling offense.

    Also, we're not "showing" up. We've been statting the premise since last year, said all through last year's playoffs, lost the SB because of it, and all 3 losses this year is because the offense used too much Woodhead and then wasted a qtr and a half, unable to ice the game.

    It's better this year, but it needs to be harnessed, especially for the playoffs.

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    Are you sure the D surrendering 2 score leads in the 4th qtr of the Ravens and Seahawks games had nothing to do with the Pats losses?

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    Yes.  I am sure. If the offense did anything remotely positive in the 2nd half, prior to those scores, then you'd be correct.

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    Rusty - who is delusional?

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    They've improved with the balance this year by comparison to last year, no doubt. At Week 5 last year they had it and then pulled the plug on it due to BJGE's turf toe issue.  Ridley wasn't invested in, and the offense struggled badly for about 6 weeks. 

    In all 3 losses this year, the balance was not there, however.

    Jig is up and has been up. Let's just hope when January and Feb roll around, the intent for balance is there.

     

    [/QUOTE] In their 3 losses, the RB's averaged 2.2-2.8 - 3.? ypc and they were not scoring points until they went spread/shotgun.    Then the D gave up the lead, except for the missed Fg game which wouldn't have mattered if the D hadn't given up the lead as usual.

    Yup, dam shame TB couldn't muster up his usual 34 points those games.  No matter the D couldn't stop the other team when needed most.  No matter at all.

    How mant points does your hero Alex Smith have to score a game to win?  17.  Gee that's half of what TB has to score.  Wonder why?   UGH

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    Crusty logic:

     

    A defense giving up 2 forth qrt scores is dirctly proportional to the offense not scoring.

     

     

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    Tcal/moron logic:

    It doesn't matter what our offense does over 4 qtrs. 

    It doesn't matter if Brady throws INTs.

    It doesn't matter if we lose momentum or field position.

    It's all irrelevant as long as I see some pretty plays from Brady, Welker and now Gronk (used to be just Moss and Welker).

     No dope, it does not matter what the O does in 4 quarters when they AHEAD by 9-13 points with 7 minutes to play.  Do you know any offense that scores in every quarter?  Do You?

    The Pats did NOT score in every quarter when they scored 52 and 45 points.  Case closed!

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    Oh, and creepy Brady basher, do you know the QB with the LEAST INTS in the league?

    Good God!

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    Learn to use the quote function. 

    No, they didn't score in every qtr. I didn't say you had to. 

    I just don't want moronic turnovers or 3 and outs over and over and over and over or a 1st down and a new set of downs and THEN a 3 and out. lmao

     

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    Already told you, I'll never use the quote function as long as it bothers you.

    Do you know the Pats have the least 3 & outs in the league?  Picks too?  Yesiree.  That O is awsome.  Wonder why we lost some games with such an awesome O, that's tops in nearly every catagory?  Bewildering!

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    This year, yeah. What about last year? LOL! You just keep walking into it.  Last year was horrendous for about 6 weeks at around this time in a relenteless and failed shotgun spread base.

    They also have been running more and have been more balanced in 2012.  Gee, what a shock!  You would like Brady's 2011 season better than 2004 or 2010.  Not enough throwing for your liking, pinky.

     

    [/QUOTE]  Oh, the O wasn't top rated last year?  My bad, I thought it was.  Wonder what they would have been without the 31st ranked D, to carry for 19 games?

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    Through eight games this year, the Pats are averaging 32.8 points per game. During the 16 regular season games last year the Pats averaged 32.1 points per game.  The "impact of balance" can therefore be quantified precisely as +7/10ths of one point per game.

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    Crusty Logic:

     

    When scorched, try to deflect stupidity by making random reference to last year.  

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    In response to pezz4pats' comment:
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    In response to Neal Page's comment:
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    Tcal/moron logic:

    It doesn't matter what our offense does over 4 qtrs. 

    It doesn't matter if Brady throws INTs.

    It doesn't matter if we lose momentum or field position.

    It's all irrelevant as long as I see some pretty plays from Brady, Welker and now Gronk (used to be just Moss and Welker).

     No dope, it does not matter what the O does in 4 quarters when they AHEAD by 9-13 points with 7 minutes to play.  Do you know any offense that scores in every quarter?  Do You?

    The Pats did NOT score in every quarter when they scored 52 and 45 points.  Case closed!

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    Oh, and creepy Brady basher, do you know the QB with the LEAST INTS in the league?

    Good God!

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    Of course he doesn't. Reading that stat would burn his Brady bashing eyes out of his head.

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    In response to Neal Page's comment:
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    They've improved with the balance this year by comparison to last year, no doubt. 

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    Right junior. Two plays a game is a dramatic improvement to balance. LMAO@U

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    The impact of balance is blatantly evident in the rushing 1st down stat.  They have almost as much rushing 1st downs through 8 games as they did for the entire season last year.

    It's evident that Brady's hyper efficiency and 3 interceptions are a direct result of running and play action, if Brandon Lloyd didn't drop about 2 TD's on average a game his numbers would be that much more impressive.  Did I mention the Patriots rank #1 in the NFL with the fewest INT's?

    But the impact will really be evident in the post season.

    I'm pretty sure Ridely, Vereen and Law Firm were on this team last year and Obie used none of the above.  Last year they finished 17th in the NFL in rushing attempts and 20th in rushing yards, Danny Woodhead had a featured role and Tom Brady was their 4th leading rusher with 43 rushing attempts.  This year they're ranked #2 in attempts and 5th in yards, that's not an increase, that's not more balanced?

    This year Brady's run 11 times mostly on third and inches type situations, not because he was running for his life. Since the O Line has started gelling, Brady hasn't been sacked in the last two games and his sack % is shrinking every week, it's already substantially lower than last year.

    This team is getting better, it started getting better the moment they signed Josh McDaniel. #1 in points, yards and 1st downs, top ten in every offensive statistical category.  They've never come close to being that good under Obie, never came close to that kind of balance.

    It's funny how every news outlet, sports talking head on the planet acknowledges this, but the pass happy proponent here are in a complete state of denial... laughable.

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

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    The impact of balance is blatantly evident in the rushing 1st down stat.  They have almost as much rushing 1st downs through 8 games as they did for the entire season last year.

    It's evident that Brady's hyper efficiency and 3 interceptions are a direct result of running and play action, if Brandon Lloyd didn't drop about 2 TD's on average a game his numbers would be that much more impressive.  Did I mention the Patriots rank #1 in the NFL with the fewest INT's?

    But the impact will really be evident in the post season.

    I'm pretty sure Ridely, Vereen and Law Firm were on this team last year and Obie used none of the above.  Last year they finished 17th in the NFL in rushing attempts and 20th in rushing yards, Danny Woodhead had a featured role and Tom Brady was their 4th leading rusher with 43 rushing attempts.  This year they're ranked #2 in attempts and 5th in yards, that's not an increase, that's not more balanced?

    This year Brady's run 11 times mostly on third and inches type situations, not because he was running for his life. Since the O Line has started gelling, Brady hasn't been sacked in the last two games and his sack % is shrinking every week, it's already substantially lower than last year.

    This team is getting better, it started getting better the moment they signed Josh McDaniel. #1 in points, yards and 1st downs, top ten in every offensive statistical category.  They've never come close to being that good under Obie, never came close to that kind of balance.

    It's funny how every news outlet, sports talking head on the planet acknowledges this, but the pass happy proponent here are in a state of denial... laughable.

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    I think more rushing is great. I do wish they use Woodhead less and try to use the other backs in the  same way, that way there would be less subing and the O would be in more unpredictable.

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    In response to Neal Page's comment:
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    In response to wozzy's comment:
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    The impact of balance is blatantly evident in the rushing 1st down stat.  They have almost as much rushing 1st downs through 8 games as they did for the entire season last year.

    It's evident that Brady's hyper efficiency and 3 interceptions are a direct result of running and play action, if Brandon Lloyd didn't drop about 2 TD's on average a game his numbers would be that much more impressive.  Did I mention the Patriots rank #1 in the NFL with the fewest INT's?

    But the impact will really be evident in the post season.

    I'm pretty sure Ridely, Vereen and Law Firm were on this team last year and Obie used none of the above.  Last year they finished 17th in the NFL in rushing attempts and 20th in rushing yards, Danny Woodhead had a featured role and Tom Brady was their 4th leading rusher with 43 rushing attempts.  This year they're ranked #2 in attempts and 5th in yards, that's not an increase, that's not more balanced?

    This year Brady's run 11 times mostly on third and inches type situations, not because he was running for his life. Since the O Line has started gelling, Brady hasn't been sacked in the last two games and his sack % is shrinking every week, it's already substantially lower than last year.

    This team is getting better, it started getting better the moment they signed Josh McDaniel. #1 in points, yards and 1st downs, top ten in every offensive statistical category.  They've never come close to being that good under Obie, never came close to that kind of balance.

    It's funny how every news outlet, sports talking head on the planet acknowledges this, but the pass happy proponent here are in a state of denial... laughable.

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    They just can't be honest. They think because they're a group here who can bully people around, that they own the board in their Brady panties at a computer in a basement.

    Most normal adults would simply say "you know what, you've been right this whole time, kudos to you", but they can't do it due to an immaturity and an apparent devastating embarrassment within a delicate human existence.

    Sick, really.

    All the evidence sits there and they want to tell us 2+2 = 5.

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    I could only wish you would learn from wozzy and be less of a troll.

     
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    Re: Impact balance can have on a great offense.

    In response to wozzy's comment:
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    The impact of balance is blatantly evident in the rushing 1st down stat.  They have almost as much rushing 1st downs through 8 games as they did for the entire season last year.

    It's evident that Brady's hyper efficiency and 3 interceptions are a direct result of running and play action, if Brandon Lloyd didn't drop about 2 TD's on average a game his numbers would be that much more impressive.  Did I mention the Patriots rank #1 in the NFL with the fewest INT's?

    But the impact will really be evident in the post season.

    I'm pretty sure Ridely, Vereen and Law Firm were on this team last year and Obie used none of the above.  Last year they finished 17th in the NFL in rushing attempts and 20th in rushing yards, Danny Woodhead had a featured role and Tom Brady was their 4th leading rusher with 43 rushing attempts.  This year they're ranked #2 in attempts and 5th in yards, that's not an increase, that's not more balanced?

    This year Brady's run 11 times mostly on third and inches type situations, not because he was running for his life. Since the O Line has started gelling, Brady hasn't been sacked in the last two games and his sack % is shrinking every week, it's already substantially lower than last year.

    This team is getting better, it started getting better the moment they signed Josh McDaniel. #1 in points, yards and 1st downs, top ten in every offensive statistical category.  They've never come close to being that good under Obie, never came close to that kind of balance.

    It's funny how every news outlet, sports talking head on the planet acknowledges this, but the pass happy proponent here are in a complete state of denial... laughable.

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    Do you deny the "balance" this year is about 2 runs per game difference from last year's "balance"?

     

     
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