SERIOUSLY...is bb deliberately tryin to sabotage RIDLEY'S market value?

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    Re: SERIOUSLY...is bb deliberately tryin to sabotage RIDLEY'S market value?

    No. BB will let him walk so he can fumble every 15 times or so in the playoffs for somebody else.

     
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    Wouldn't be the first time he's done it. Remember Welker in the first couple weeks last year until they realized Edelman wasn't even close to the same level Welker was

     
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    Wouldn't be the first time he's done it. Remember Welker in the first couple weeks last year until they realized Edelman wasn't even close to the same level Welker was

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    I'm ammused you think BB sabotages his team for leverage in negotiations. An alienated player doesn't resign with you even if you offer him the best deal.

     
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    Both Logan Ryan and Stevan Ridley were non-participants in first quarter, but both showboated The Jets the week prior. After Welker got benched for the same reason, I think it's clear that BB doesn't want us to disrespect a man he considers a friend. 

     
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    Wouldn't be the first time he's done it. Remember Welker in the first couple weeks last year until they realized Edelman wasn't even close to the same level Welker was

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    I'm ammused you think BB sabotages his team for leverage in negotiations. An alienated player doesn't resign with you even if you offer him the best deal.

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    And isn't that one of the things people have been saying that we made the better offer than Den?

    But 49, do you think not using Ridley over Blount or Bolden is best for the team? Or benching Welker for the first series against the Jets in the playoffs was best for the team? Sometimes BB does things that aren't always what's best for the team. It happens and we scratch our heads about it but if that's what it takes to keep BB as coach I guess we have to live with it at times.

     
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    Re: SERIOUSLY...is bb deliberately tryin to sabotage RIDLEY'S market value?

    How about benching Ridley because he already missed a game due to injury, you have two other backs you can ride to get value from their contracts, because we've employed a "runningback by committee" style for some time now and most importantly Ridley is our best back, you do everything in the regular season to prepare for the playoffs.  

    Ridley will be our leading rusher in the playoffs and will get a healthy dose of carries, this is BB's method of operation, Ridley playing on a rookie contract should thank BB for keeping him upright.

     
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    Both Logan Ryan and Stevan Ridley were non-participants in first quarter, but both showboated The Jets the week prior. After Welker got benched for the same reason, I think it's clear that BB doesn't want us to disrespect a man he considers a friend. 

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    I don't think Belichick considers Rex Ryan a friend.  He just has respect for all the coaches in the NFL.

     
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    Re: SERIOUSLY...is bb deliberately tryin to sabotage RIDLEY'S market value?

    really? Wow? this is simply stupidity. keeping everyone fresh. RB by committee. who is best in pass pro (Bolden). who is worst in pass pro (Ridley). objective is to win games, keeping everyone healthy, fresh and hungry.

    I would say it is working well.

    in BB we trust (saying "thanks BB" makes me vommit)  

     
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    Right, like BB would do something to hurt his team over a few contract dollars.

    Isn't it obvious what he was really up to? Clearly BB's fantasy opponent had Ridley in his starting lineup. Duh.  

     
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    Right, like BB would do something to hurt his team over a few contract dollars.

    Isn't it obvious what he was really up to? Clearly BB's fantasy opponent had Ridley in his starting lineup. Duh.  

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    That's downright diabolical!

     
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    BB is old school, you screw up you end up in the dog house.

     
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    Both Logan Ryan and Stevan Ridley were non-participants in first quarter, but both showboated The Jets the week prior. After Welker got benched for the same reason, I think it's clear that BB doesn't want us to disrespect a man he considers a friend. 

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    I don't think Belichick considers Rex Ryan a friend.  He just has respect for all the coaches in the NFL.

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    Fair enough, but BB doesn't want players mocking the Jets.

     
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    Wouldn't be the first time he's done it. Remember Welker in the first couple weeks last year until they realized Edelman wasn't even close to the same level Welker was

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    I'm ammused you think BB sabotages his team for leverage in negotiations. An alienated player doesn't resign with you even if you offer him the best deal.

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    And isn't that one of the things people have been saying that we made the better offer than Den?

    But 49, do you think not using Ridley over Blount or Bolden is best for the team? Or benching Welker for the first series against the Jets in the playoffs was best for the team? Sometimes BB does things that aren't always what's best for the team. It happens and we scratch our heads about it but if that's what it takes to keep BB as coach I guess we have to live with it at times.

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    I don't argue with his coaching methods, he has 5 SB rings to his name.

     
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    Both Logan Ryan and Stevan Ridley were non-participants in first quarter, but both showboated The Jets the week prior. After Welker got benched for the same reason, I think it's clear that BB doesn't want us to disrespect a man he considers a friend. 

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    I don't think Belichick considers Rex Ryan a friend.  He just has respect for all the coaches in the NFL.

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    Fair enough, but BB doesn't want players mocking the Jets.

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    BB doesn't tolerate that kind of insolence for any opponent.  I pictured Dr. Evil saying that as I wrote it.

     
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    ok that's funny

     
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    Re: SERIOUSLY...is bb deliberately tryin to sabotage RIDLEY'S market value?

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:
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    Both Logan Ryan and Stevan Ridley were non-participants in first quarter, but both showboated The Jets the week prior. After Welker got benched for the same reason, I think it's clear that BB doesn't want us to disrespect a man he considers a friend. 

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    I think this is on target.  Seems BB cares a lot about respect and when one of the players demonstrates lack of respect, BB reacts to that rather consistently to show its not acceptable. Good thing in my view.    

     
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