Pats Report Card

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    Pats Report Card

    A+

     
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    In response to themightypatriots' comment:
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    A+

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    I think your grading was a little harsh.

     
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    ST gets a D- to an F... they really need to fix the kickoff and punt teams!

     
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    Ups and downs from Patriots' win

    By Mike Reiss | ESPNBoston.com


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    Tom Brady -- Becomes the NFL's winningest all-time playoff quarterback (17) with a strong, mistake-free performance -- 25-of-40 for 344 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

    Offensive line -- Left tackle Nate Solder, left guard Logan Mankins, center Ryan Wendell, right guard Dan Connolly and right tackle Sebastian Vollmer keep Brady clean and open big holes in the running game. 

    Shane Vereen -- Running back plays a career high in snaps in replacing the injured Danny Woodhead and delivers with three touchdowns (1 rushing, 2 receiving). Finishes with seven carries for 41 yards and adds five receptions for 83 yards. 

    Wes Welker -- Receiver totals six catches for 120 yards  in the first half. Ends the game with eight catches for 131 yards. 

    Vince Wilfork -- Defensive lineman controls things up front, helping the Patriots control the line of scrimmage and limit running back Arian Foster. 

    Down 
    Kickoff coverage -- Unit comprised of RB Brandon Bolden, LB Niko Koutouvides, LB Mike Rivera, S Nate Ebner, WR Matthew Slater, S Tavon Wilson, CB Kyle Arrington, S Devin McCourty, CB Marquice Cole, LB Tracy White and K Stephen Gostkowski give up a 94-yard return to open the game, then another big one near the end of the second half.

     
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    We have to get a better pass rush on 3rd and long as well. Next week if Jocoby Jones gets the open field on a kickoff their will be no catching him. After that first quarter or O-line really steped it up.

     
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    In response to Rocky's comment:
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    Ups and downs from Patriots' win

    By Mike Reiss | ESPNBoston.com


    Up 
    Tom Brady -- Becomes the NFL's winningest all-time playoff quarterback (17) with a strong, mistake-free performance -- 25-of-40 for 344 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

    Offensive line -- Left tackle Nate Solder, left guard Logan Mankins, center Ryan Wendell, right guard Dan Connolly and right tackle Sebastian Vollmer keep Brady clean and open big holes in the running game. 

    Shane Vereen -- Running back plays a career high in snaps in replacing the injured Danny Woodhead and delivers with three touchdowns (1 rushing, 2 receiving). Finishes with seven carries for 41 yards and adds five receptions for 83 yards. 

    Wes Welker -- Receiver totals six catches for 120 yards  in the first half. Ends the game with eight catches for 131 yards. 

    Vince Wilfork -- Defensive lineman controls things up front, helping the Patriots control the line of scrimmage and limit running back Arian Foster. 

    Down 
    Kickoff coverage -- Unit comprised of RB Brandon Bolden, LB Niko Koutouvides, LB Mike Rivera, S Nate Ebner, WR Matthew Slater, S Tavon Wilson, CB Kyle Arrington, S Devin McCourty, CB Marquice Cole, LB Tracy White and K Stephen Gostkowski give up a 94-yard return to open the game, then another big one near the end of the second half.

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    You gentlemen with your limited Western sensibilities cannot grasp the Mighty System of Qualification. You are not sufficiently in touch with your chakras to bask in its exquisite subtlety.

    Meditate on this, Grasshoppers...

     
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    In response to themightypatriots' comment:
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    A+

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    Thanks for your weekly card.  It makes my week.  (I had the same grade).

     
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    Offense gets an A-, defense gets and A-, ST gets an F, coaching gets an A+ considering they lost Gronk and Woody early.

     
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    Re: Pats Report Card

    Brady gets an A+

    Welker gets an A+

    Vereen gets an A+

    Ninkovich gets an A+

    Everybody gets an A+

    except special teams. Special teams flunked out.

     

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