Seattle kept running Lynch

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    Seattle kept running Lynch

    Even though he was stopped the first half dozen times he ran the ball. He ended up breaking off a 40 yard TD run and with 100 yards and they were behind most of the game. Pats should have stuck with Blount and Ridley more and who knows what would have happened. Especially since they have midget W/R and blokes off the waiver wire for Brady to throw to.

     
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    Problem is the D could not slow down the Broncos.  ToP was 35+ to the Pats 24 minutes.  Ya think the Pats had time to grind out 3 TDs?

     
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    Re: Seattle kept running Lynch

    Pats scored 3 points in first half

    They were going against Manning and all time great offense. Defense couldn't get off the field. They were giving up 6-7 minute drives

    Pats have Tom Brady

     

    ........hmmm what should they have done?  Run the ball and waste precious minutes or try  to open up and pass?

     
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    The Pats didn't give up on the run until their final 2 drives (both of which ended in touchdowns).

     
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    Seattle also has the best D in the NFL and held Sf to 17

     
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    It's all irrelevant now but what they tried certainly didn't work. 3rd and 3 and they launch a deep bomb to Slater - who I can't remember ever catching a pass. They just didn't seem committed to making a go of the run that had been so succesful the last few weeks. You'd understand if they had some gun Wide Receivers that could expose Denver but they don't. Anyway I think the team will be up there again next year and IF they get some luck with injuries they could win it.

     
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    They could afford to do that having the number one defense in the NFL.

     
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    Re: Seattle kept running Lynch

    What did BB say last weeK?

    Might as well call a QB sneak when your backs get 1 or 2 yards pc.

    Blount 5/6

    Brady 2/7

    He was right.

     
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    Re: Seattle kept running Lynch

    maybe...but Broncos had a good run D and Manning.

    But still they should have kept running.

     
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    Re: Seattle kept running Lynch

    It's easy to keep running when the other team isn't scoring.....oh and Lynch is better then or RB's

     
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    Re: Seattle kept running Lynch

    In response to Brad34's comment:

    Even though he was stopped the first half dozen times he ran the ball. He ended up breaking off a 40 yard TD run and with 100 yards and they were behind most of the game. Pats should have stuck with Blount and Ridley more and who knows what would have happened. Especially since they have midget W/R and blokes off the waiver wire for Brady to throw to.



    I agree and I am sick of McDaniels big game play calling it sucks..5 carries for six yards (Blount) you think we were down 21-10 in the first half..it was 13-3 at halftime..

     
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    Re: Seattle kept running Lynch

    Down 10 points halfway through the second quarter, we were still going to Blount.  How much more of this would you want? 

     

     

     
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