Interesting Safety Analysis

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    Interesting Safety Analysis

    Reiss points out something today that is intriguing, or maybe it's nothing at all.


    With Arrington and Ryan taking reps at Safety, it not only appears that BB may just keep 3 natural Safeties and possibly an additional CB, but the rotation may be for another reason:


    Reiss makes a solid point about which player goes next to McCourty based on the gameplan from week to week.


    I don't see this position as unsteady as others claim it to be.  I see this as a sign of good dept overall in the secondary, similarly to 2003 and 2004, where BB moved Eugene Wilson to Safety as a rookie because he showed well there.


    http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/new-england-patriots/post/_/id/4766196/spotlight-on-second-safety-spot

     
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    Re: Interesting Safety Analysis


    DougIrwin
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    Mike Reiss, poor guy, started watching football in 1991, per his own words. It's not like he's a football analyst. He's a reporter.

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    russ using a source when he wants and degrading it other times......tears

     
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    Re: Interesting Safety Analysis

    I didn't say he was a bad reporter.  He's an average analyst and makes a good point here.

    What a moron Bustchise is, unable to comprehend things.

    LMAO

     
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    Re: Interesting Safety Analysis

    Aren’t they both a bit small to be effective safeties?

     
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    Re: Interesting Safety Analysis

    In response to tcal2-'s comment:
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    Aren’t they both a bit small to be effective safeties?

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    Earl Thomas is 5'10.  Mike Griffin is 6'0.

     

     

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