Offense: Mistakes and are easy to predict

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    Offense: Mistakes and are easy to predict

    Just like what happened in Baltimore, the offense stalled and was easy to predict what they would run. Tom getting that intentional grounding penalty to end the 1st half was the worst thing to happen before the half and the two interceptions was killer because those were points that should have been scored. That red zone interception was just bad all around and just had a feeling that it would come back bite them in the end and it did. Richard Sherman was right about one thing, Tom should have been picked off five times because Earl Thomas had his hand on a couple of passes that could have been interceptions. Josh McDaniels, I think, suffers from a brain freeze because he seems to be unsure of what to run late in games. The defenses know what the Pats offense is going to run. When Tom is under center, its a run and when Tom is in the shotgun, its a pass. The offense is easy to predict for defense because they don't know what to run. Once again, the offense don't run plays to try and get first downs, they run plays to run time and they end up conservative late in games when they need to finish. Josh McDaniels, you better figure out what to run late in games or not being able to close out games late will keep recurring.

     
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    Re: Offense: Mistakes and are easy to predict

    In response to millergrnv's comment:
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    Just like what happened in Baltimore, the offense stalled and was easy to predict what they would run. Tom getting that intentional grounding penalty to end the 1st half was the worst thing to happen before the half and the two interceptions was killer because those were points that should have been scored. That red zone interception was just bad all around and just had a feeling that it would come back bite them in the end and it did. Richard Sherman was right about one thing, Tom should have been picked off five times because Earl Thomas had his hand on a couple of passes that could have been interceptions. Josh McDaniels, I think, suffers from a brain freeze because he seems to be unsure of what to run late in games. The defenses know what the Pats offense is going to run. When Tom is under center, its a run and when Tom is in the shotgun, its a pass. The offense is easy to predict for defense because they don't know what to run. Once again, the offense don't run plays to try and get first downs, they run plays to run time and they end up conservative late in games when they need to finish. Josh McDaniels, you better figure out what to run late in games or not being able to close out games late will keep recurring.

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    nice points!

     
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    Re: Offense: Mistakes and are easy to predict

    Whenever he lets the situation dictate what he runs instead of what the other team is giving him he puts the offense at a disadvantage. Everyoneknows with a lead, late in game he becomes conservative.

     

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