Patriot State of the Union

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    Re: Patriot State of the Union

    In response to ccnsd's comment:

    Wozzy still insists that it was the running attack that set up the passing offense in 2007. Wasn't it the brilliant McDaniels who was in charge of the offense in that super bowl that ran for only 45 yards. If you are still convinced he's the brains behind the Pats then ask a Bronco fan about McDaniels brilliance.



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    Re: Patriot State of the Union

    In response to wozzy's comment:

    In response to pezz4pats' comment:

    In response to wozzy's comment:

    Oh yeah and the Broncos were playing with whatever defense they had on the field because the offense was running the no huddle, so saying they were trying to stop the pass but not the run is inane.  They were trying unsuccessfully to stop it all, that's what balance will bring you.



    That's actually a very good point Woozy, congrats!

    Buttt......... do you agree the first drive of the game (you know, the one you were dissing)  MIGHT have had something to do with setting that up?   Hmmm

    Could that be what Pro was getting at in his question to you?  Maybe?



    I can't speculate on the result had they run on the first drive, Woody may have been successful like he was later in the game, but Ridley started this game on the bench.  I don't believe two makes it more than coincidence, but this is at least two slow offensive starts to games with Woody starting the game?  The offense sure took off like a rocket later so I'll have to accede there is a possibility your premise could be correct.  

    I prefer running early, even when I played in highschool I never felt like the game had started until I got hit or gave a hit, running, you do the hitting instead of receiving it, it gets the game day jitters out in a proactive way.

    I did like the start of the previous game; I Formation, Fells at fullback, Ridley in the backfield looking like a sure run play, instead it becomes a play action to Fells out of the backfield for a long first down.

     




    "I did like the start of the previous game; I Formation, Fells at fullback, Ridley in the backfield looking like a sure run play, instead it becomes a play action to Fells out of the backfield for a long first down. "

     

    exactly

     
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