Rusty, any comments on Brady's play today?

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    Re: Rusty, any comments on Brady's play today?

    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

     
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    Re: Rusty, any comments on Brady's play today?

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    I wouldn't say Gronk fell on his arm and broke it, I'd say Gronk was a guy running around with an arm that wasn't healed and a stiff wind could of broke it. Too bad for him and us. I'd like to see someone else catch the ball beside Welker (Llyod did well), but if we're going to win this thing Hernandez is going to have to play lights out. Vareen will have to continue to contribute (he has the hands to help).

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    It's pretty weak that after 8 weeks it's not healed. Not sure who to blame there but mother nature. It might be a blessing in disguise where they run it more anyway.   As great as Gronk is, there's a reason why they haven't missed a beat without him.

    1. NE's D has been great.

    2. They are forced to run it more vs trying to hit Welker and Gronk.

     

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    They would probably run it more effectively with Gronk blocking. Plus, our play action pass is deadly with Gronk on the field.

    The reason that we haven't missed a beat without Gronk is we have so many other guys stepping up, and the ground game really helps out a lot.

    Make no mistake, Gronk's absence hurts our team, but we're good enough to deal with it and maybe win a Super Bowl.

     
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    I wouldn't say Gronk fell on his arm and broke it, I'd say Gronk was a guy running around with an arm that wasn't healed and a stiff wind could of broke it. Too bad for him and us. I'd like to see someone else catch the ball beside Welker (Llyod did well), but if we're going to win this thing Hernandez is going to have to play lights out. Vareen will have to continue to contribute (he has the hands to help).

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    Could use another receiver.  Fells is probably active next week to give us three TEs. Maybe we see aiken or slater get some snaps at receiver. We are getting thin in receiving options thanks to injuries.

     

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Lol

     
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    I'll share.  Brady's play was marginal.  Look, when the defense is stopping the opposition entirely, it is not difficult for one of the best QB's in the league to turn in a decent performance.  When Tom Brady's team is challenged, he's a different, less effective player. 

    Thank Belichick.

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    Yeah, Brady is not a all pro quarterback but I'll take him over Gomer any day.

    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha one and done Manning!!!!!!

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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Lol

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    Don't leave that union. My god are you two not bright.

    Newsflash: The D held on the first drive and held again and again and the offense was AWFUL in the shotgun spread until turning to Ridley.

    Ridley and a non-pass based offense helped win this game, you moron. They ran it with Ridley and Vereeen with HManui in-line to block. The difference was blatantly obvious, but you imbeciles want him 40+? LMAO

    Keep shopping at Walmart, Corky.

    Jesus christ. Even when we all see it, your arrogance continues.  What do you teach?  Why are our fans who are teachers here so arrogant? Anyone know?

     

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    Is this post a joke? Seriously?

    Ridley on it? With his 7 carries in the first 3 quarters? He won it?

     

    How many passes did Brady throw?

    Why can't you just admit ... your obsession/theory is wrong???

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with this offense. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Lol

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    Don't leave that union. My god are you two not bright.

    Newsflash: The D held on the first drive and held again and again and the offense was AWFUL in the shotgun spread until turning to Ridley.

    Ridley and a non-pass based offense helped win this game, you moron. They ran it with Ridley and Vereeen with HManui in-line to block. The difference was blatantly obvious, but you imbeciles want him 40+? LMAO

    Keep shopping at Walmart, Corky.

    Jesus christ. Even when we all see it, your arrogance continues.  What do you teach?  Why are our fans who are teachers here so arrogant? Anyone know?

     

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    Is this post a joke? Seriously?

    Risley on it? With his 7 carries in the first 3 quarters? He won it?

     

    How many passes did Brady throw?

    Why can't you just admit ... your obsession/theory is wrong???

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    ridley did play very well when called upon and his running certainly opened up alot for brady and the passing game....but it was really vereen catching passes out of the backfield and welker catching passes across the middle, more then it was the running game. however, i do like how ridley ran the ball today.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Lol

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    Don't leave that union. My god are you two not bright.

    Newsflash: The D held on the first drive and held again and again and the offense was AWFUL in the shotgun spread until turning to Ridley.

    Ridley and a non-pass based offense helped win this game, you moron. They ran it with Ridley and Vereeen with HManui in-line to block. The difference was blatantly obvious, but you imbeciles want him 40+? LMAO

    Keep shopping at Walmart, Corky.

    Jesus christ. Even when we all see it, your arrogance continues.  What do you teach?  Why are our fans who are teachers here so arrogant? Anyone know?

     

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    Is this post a joke? Seriously?

    Ridley on it? With his 7 carries in the first 3 quarters? He won it?

     

    How many passes did Brady throw?

    Why can't you just admit ... your obsession/theory is wrong???

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    Are you for real? When Woodhead got hurt and Ridley came in, it was a breath of fresh air.  Everyone saw the difference.

    The whole offense was transformed.

    Are you a troll?

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    ??????????????????????????????????????????

    If by Ridley, you mean Vereen, who scored two TDs on passes and runs... on the massive 40 pass spread blitz they ran at Texas ... the yes. I noticed it. 

    How many passes did Brady throw?

    Can you answer that?

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Lol

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    Don't leave that union. My god are you two not bright.

    Newsflash: The D held on the first drive and held again and again and the offense was AWFUL in the shotgun spread until turning to Ridley.

    Ridley and a non-pass based offense helped win this game, you moron. They ran it with Ridley and Vereeen with HManui in-line to block. The difference was blatantly obvious, but you imbeciles want him 40+? LMAO

    Keep shopping at Walmart, Corky.

    Jesus christ. Even when we all see it, your arrogance continues.  What do you teach?  Why are our fans who are teachers here so arrogant? Anyone know?

     

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    Is this post a joke? Seriously?

    Ridley on it? With his 7 carries in the first 3 quarters? He won it?

     

    How many passes did Brady throw?

    Why can't you just admit ... your obsession/theory is wrong???

    [/QUOTE]

    Are you for real? When Woodhead got hurt and Ridley came in, it was a breath of fresh air.  Everyone saw the difference.

    The whole offense was transformed.

    Are you a troll?

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    Vareen came in and was able to catch the ball out of the backfield and was able to line up wide. He was basically Woodhead on turbo.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with number. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

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    It's a balance, but we lost a SB last year because Brady wanted to run that shotgun base crap with Woodhead.

    We saw it again tonight, why and what actually works.

    How is this even debatable?!! THe arrogance of a Washer like ZBellino to try to troll with Prolate is sick. Absolutely sick!

    Everyone in the room tonight, 3 of whom arent even Pats fans, saw how RIdley made a difference.

    Jesus!   Woodhead can't run in between the tackles!

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    Ridley didn't make the difference. He barely played in the first half and was pulled in the red zone for Vareen. A very impressive game for Vareen no doubt.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Lol

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    Don't leave that union. My god are you two not bright.

    Newsflash: The D held on the first drive and held again and again and the offense was AWFUL in the shotgun spread until turning to Ridley.

    Ridley and a non-pass based offense helped win this game, you moron. They ran it with Ridley and Vereeen with HManui in-line to block. The difference was blatantly obvious, but you imbeciles want him 40+? LMAO

    Keep shopping at Walmart, Corky.

    Jesus christ. Even when we all see it, your arrogance continues.  What do you teach?  Why are our fans who are teachers here so arrogant? Anyone know?

     

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    Is this post a joke? Seriously?

    Ridley on it? With his 7 carries in the first 3 quarters? He won it?

     

    How many passes did Brady throw?

    Why can't you just admit ... your obsession/theory is wrong???

    [/QUOTE]

    Are you for real? When Woodhead got hurt and Ridley came in, it was a breath of fresh air.  Everyone saw the difference.

    The whole offense was transformed.

    Are you a troll?

    [/QUOTE]

    Vareen came in and was able to catch the ball out of the backfield and was able to line up wide. He was basically Woodhead on turbo.

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    But some people will never admit this. Yes. Ridley ran away with the game. hahahahaha.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with number. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

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    It's a balance, but we lost a SB last year because Brady wanted to run that shotgun base crap with Woodhead.

    We saw it again tonight, why and what actually works.

    How is this even debatable?!! THe arrogance of a Washer like ZBellino to try to troll with Prolate is sick. Absolutely sick!

    Everyone in the room tonight, 3 of whom arent even Pats fans, saw how RIdley made a difference.

    Jesus!   Woodhead can't run in between the tackles!

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    i think woodhead and ridley are both important to the team, just in different ways. woody is a good blocker for his size and is very good at catching and running out of the backfield. ridley is a power runner with a big motor who seems to get the team energized when hes in the game making plays. vereen is kind of a hybrid as he isnt that great of a runner, but he is decent when given a hole, and he can make explosive plays in the passing game as well as we saw tonight. overall i think the pats have a great froup of running backs when used properly.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with number. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

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    It's a balance, but we lost a SB last year because Brady wanted to run that shotgun base crap with Woodhead.

    We saw it again tonight, why and what actually works.

    How is this even debatable?!! THe arrogance of a Washer like ZBellino to try to troll with Prolate is sick. Absolutely sick!

    Everyone in the room tonight, 3 of whom arent even Pats fans, saw how RIdley made a difference.

    Jesus!   Woodhead can't run in between the tackles!

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    i think woodhead and ridley are both important to the team, just in different ways. woody is a good blocker for his size and is very good at catching and running out of the backfield. ridley is a power runner with a big motor who seems to get the team energized when hes in the game making plays. vereen is kind of a hybrid as he isnt that great of a runner, but he is decent when given a hole, and he can make explosive plays in the passing game as well as we saw tonight. overall i think the pats have a great froup of running backs when used properly.

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    Of course they are. 

    Ridley did his job tonight. He came on late, ran the ball when they needed him to, in order to run clock.

    The story, tonight, is Vereen's coming out party.

    The guy was electric, and compliments that offense like Ridley and Woodhead put together.

    Love watching it, hope he can keep it up.

     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with number. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

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    It's a balance, but we lost a SB last year because Brady wanted to run that shotgun base crap with Woodhead.

    We saw it again tonight, why and what actually works.

    How is this even debatable?!! THe arrogance of a Washer like ZBellino to try to troll with Prolate is sick. Absolutely sick!

    Everyone in the room tonight, 3 of whom arent even Pats fans, saw how RIdley made a difference.

    Jesus!   Woodhead can't run in between the tackles!

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    Ridley didn't make the difference. He barely played in the first half and was pulled in the red zone for Vareen. A very impressive game for Vareen no doubt.

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    Umm, no kidding. When they needed to run, it was Ridley. When they wanted to pass more, they used Vereen. Are we really disputing how it was different when Ridley was in there as a lead back to jumpstart this?

    Seriously?

    LOL!!

    You Washers are sick. There is a reason why Brady wasn't good early in this game.  Shotgun/finesse spread.

     

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    Do you mean this possession where it was mostly passing and vereen?  The one run by ridley followed by a -2, was the reason TB was good?     Sicko!

    New England Patriots at 4:29HOUNWE 1st and 10 at NE 35 S.Ridley right guard to NE 49 for 14 yards (B.James).     1st and 10 at NE 49 S.Ridley left guard to NE 47 for -2 yards (B.James).     2nd and 12 at NE 47 T.Brady pass short right to S.Ridley to HST 40 for 13 yards (C.Barwin).     1st and 10 at HOU 40 (Shotgun) T.Brady pass short right to S.Vereen to HST 15 for 25 yards (D.Manning).     1st and 10 at HOU 15 (Shotgun) T.Brady pass short left to A.Hernandez to HST 1 for 14 yards (B.Ruud; J.Joseph).     1st and 1 at HOU 1 (No Huddle) S.Vereen left tackle for 1 yard, TOUCHDOWN. 3 6   S.Gostkowski extra point is GOOD, Center-D.Aiken, Holder-Z.Mesko. 3 7   S.Gostkowski kicks 74 yards from NE 35 to HST -9. D.Manning, Touchback
     
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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with number. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

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    It's a balance, but we lost a SB last year because Brady wanted to run that shotgun base crap with Woodhead.

    We saw it again tonight, why and what actually works.

    How is this even debatable?!! THe arrogance of a Washer like ZBellino to try to troll with Prolate is sick. Absolutely sick!

    Everyone in the room tonight, 3 of whom arent even Pats fans, saw how RIdley made a difference.

    Jesus!   Woodhead can't run in between the tackles!

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    i think woodhead and ridley are both important to the team, just in different ways. woody is a good blocker for his size and is very good at catching and running out of the backfield. ridley is a power runner with a big motor who seems to get the team energized when hes in the game making plays. vereen is kind of a hybrid as he isnt that great of a runner, but he is decent when given a hole, and he can make explosive plays in the passing game as well as we saw tonight. overall i think the pats have a great froup of running backs when used properly.

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    Of course they are. 

    Ridley did his job tonight. He came on late, ran the ball when they needed him to, in order to run clock.

    The story, tonight, is Vereen's coming out party.

    The guy was electric, and compliments that offense like Ridley and Woodhead put together.

    Love watching it, hope he can keep it up.

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    He came on "late"? He didn;t even start so your virtual lover could force shotgun spreads with Woodhead!

    How can you sit here and lie?

    It's so annoying for everyone here. The D AGAIN flipped momentum and once they turned to Ridley, the offense changed.  You aren't fooling anyone. You're a moron deluxe. Stick to teaching short bus riders and photography. Jesus Christ Almighty. Yes, it's a coincidence Brady, the O Line and the RBs are better when they actually commit to the RB.

    Holy christ.

    You Washers will do anything. Anything!

     

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    How many passes did Brady throw?

    How many runs did Ridley have in the first three quarters?

    Answer these please.

     
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    Re: Rusty, any comments on Brady's play today?

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    Lots of shotgun spread, lots of subbing of running backs, 41 pass plays, Ridley with just five carries in first half.  Must have been a loss.

     

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    Nope.  Good thing we changed up the awful first two drive tactics. Take away about 5 passes and a 50 point game if we didn;t come out in such an awful formation to start.

    40 passes or less is preferred, as we all know.  But, you keep rooting for a loss, dribbly.

    Did you go to the game tonight? Flight already landed in Toronto, huh?

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    I don't think 40 is the magical number with number. They are all about snapping it quickly and keeping the d on their toes. That lends itself to more passing and just more plays in general. Also this year Brady's release time is out of this world. On top you might be the only person that think the Pats are better in the ball in Ridley's arms instead of Brady's hand. The rest Ridley didn't start and played second fiddle is because of the fumbles. It is like when Welker goes back for punt late in a tight game. If he can't trust you, he is not going to play you when it mattters most.

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    It's a balance, but we lost a SB last year because Brady wanted to run that shotgun base crap with Woodhead.

    We saw it again tonight, why and what actually works.

    How is this even debatable?!! THe arrogance of a Washer like ZBellino to try to troll with Prolate is sick. Absolutely sick!

    Everyone in the room tonight, 3 of whom arent even Pats fans, saw how RIdley made a difference.

    Jesus!   Woodhead can't run in between the tackles!

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    Ridley didn't make the difference. He barely played in the first half and was pulled in the red zone for Vareen. A very impressive game for Vareen no doubt.

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    Umm, no kidding. When they needed to run, it was Ridley. When they wanted to pass more, they used Vereen. Are we really disputing how it was different when Ridley was in there as a lead back to jumpstart this?

    Seriously?

    LOL!!

    You Washers are sick. There is a reason why Brady wasn't good early in this game.  Shotgun/finesse spread.

     

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    Do you mean this possession where it was mostly passing and vereen?  The one run by ridley followed by a -2, was the reason TB was good?     Sicko!

    New England Patriots at 4:29HOUNWE 1st and 10 at NE 35 S.Ridley right guard to NE 49 for 14 yards (B.James).     1st and 10 at NE 49 S.Ridley left guard to NE 47 for -2 yards (B.James).     2nd and 12 at NE 47 T.Brady pass short right to S.Ridley to HST 40 for 13 yards (C.Barwin).     1st and 10 at HOU 40 (Shotgun) T.Brady pass short right to S.Vereen to HST 15 for 25 yards (D.Manning).     1st and 10 at HOU 15 (Shotgun) T.Brady pass short left to A.Hernandez to HST 1 for 14 yards (B.Ruud; J.Joseph).     1st and 1 at HOU 1 (No Huddle) S.Vereen left tackle for 1 yard, TOUCHDOWN. 3 6   S.Gostkowski extra point is GOOD, Center-D.Aiken, Holder-Z.Mesko. 3 7   S.Gostkowski kicks 74 yards from NE 35 to HST -9. D.Manning, Touchback[/QUOTE]

    I know dude. He is a liar. I am literally going to cut and paste the entire game. Ridley saw the field five or six times in the first few quarters. 

    He had nothing to do with the win, outside of running the ball late. 

    This is just pathetic. Really. A sad attempt at defending an indefensible position. 

     
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    Re: Rusty, any comments on Brady's play today?

    Wow 41 points and Brady still stunk in some people's eyes. 

     
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