Stallworth back

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    Stallworth back

    Looks like they continue to tinker with the offense and maybe want more from their outside / deep threats. 

     
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    Well that and Edelman on crutches, Welkers ankle, LLoyds not wanting to play in the middle because some one might hit him......... Hern's ankle, Welkers ankle, Gronks busted every thing.

    Ouch!

     
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    Well that and Edelman on crutches, Welkers ankle, LLoyds not wanting to play in the middle because some one might hit him......... Hern's ankle, Welkers ankle, Gronks busted every thing.

    Ouch!

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    exactly!

     
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    I had a feeling it would be him over Branch. Branch is recently recovering from an injury and was clearly much slower the few times we saw him this year. Although he does run good routes and knows TB very well, Stallworth had a good amount of success when he was here last. All I really want is a another true WR threat so when we do run a 3 WR set the defense won't always zero in on Lloyd or Welker. This is of course only really necessarry until Gronk is back and Hernandez's ankle is 100%.

     
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    I was hoping it would be a healthy Branch who drank from the fountain of youth while he was gone the last few weeks.  I hope Stallworth can make a contribution to the team.  We need someone who knows the system, TFB and can make some plays.  2 out of 3 is a good start, hopefully he can make some plays for them.

     
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    I always liked Stallworth.  That TD against Dallas was one of the best catch and runs ever.

     
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    I always liked Stallworth.  That TD against Dallas was one of the best catch and runs ever.

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    You mean the one that looked like it was straight out of Madden?

     
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    I always liked Stallworth.  That TD against Dallas was one of the best catch and runs ever.

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    2007 ???  LOL

     
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    Yikes.  I hope this is only for a week.  People remember the Stallworth that had some speed and the ability to get separation.  Now he has neither.  He's Bethel Johnson now.  With guys on both sides (Lloyd) with the same lack of separation, and no Gronk, it forces TB to hold the ball that extra second.   TB is taking too many hits lately, and now he will be facing a formidable pass rush.  I'd rather they had moved WW out wide and give Shane Vereen the slot.

     
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     I'd rather they had moved WW out wide and give Shane Vereen the slot.

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    Wow, I like that idea, I would love to see them mess around with this a bit.

     
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    It makes sense for Stallworth over Branch because they are looking for a guy that can stretch the field.  When healthy they have Welker, Herdz, and Gronk for the short and middle stuff.

     
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    Yikes.  I hope this is only for a week.  People remember the Stallworth that had some speed and the ability to get separation.  Now he has neither.  He's Bethel Johnson now.  With guys on both sides (Lloyd) with the same lack of separation, and no Gronk, it forces TB to hold the ball that extra second.   TB is taking too many hits lately, and now he will be facing a formidable pass rush.  I'd rather they had moved WW out wide and give Shane Vereen the slot.

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    Silly, Welker would do nothing outside.

     
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    Yikes.  I hope this is only for a week.  People remember the Stallworth that had some speed and the ability to get separation.  Now he has neither.  He's Bethel Johnson now.  With guys on both sides (Lloyd) with the same lack of separation, and no Gronk, it forces TB to hold the ball that extra second.   TB is taking too many hits lately, and now he will be facing a formidable pass rush.  I'd rather they had moved WW out wide and give Shane Vereen the slot.

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    Silly, Welker would do nothing outside.

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    Let's agree to review Stallworth's stats after the next game.  I predict 2 targets, 1 catch for 5 yards.

     
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    Well that and Edelman on crutches, Welkers ankle, LLoyds not wanting to play in the middle because some one might hit him......... Hern's ankle, Welkers ankle, Gronks busted every thing.

    Ouch!

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    Thats just stupid

     
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    I always liked Stallworth.  That TD against Dallas was one of the best catch and runs ever.

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    Yeah that was one of my favorite plays from that year.

     
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    Silly, Welker would do nothing outside.

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    Serious questions, What positions did Welker and Edelman play when they were in together a few games ago?

     
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    Silly, Welker would do nothing outside.

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    Serious questions, What positions did Welker and Edelman play when they were in together a few games ago?

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    Uhm, since Edelman is the third WR, it is safe to assume that Lloyd was out there with them. So, Welker played slot and Edelman and Lloyd played outside. How many 5'9 outside WRs do you know?

     
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    Yikes.  I hope this is only for a week.  People remember the Stallworth that had some speed and the ability to get separation.  Now he has neither.  He's Bethel Johnson now.  With guys on both sides (Lloyd) with the same lack of separation, and no Gronk, it forces TB to hold the ball that extra second.   TB is taking too many hits lately, and now he will be facing a formidable pass rush.  I'd rather they had moved WW out wide and give Shane Vereen the slot.

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    Don't know about separation, but word out of training camp was that he looked very fast. Has to be the fastest receiver on the squad now.

     
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    Well that and Edelman on crutches, Welkers ankle, LLoyds not wanting to play in the middle because some one might hit him......... Hern's ankle, Welkers ankle, Gronks busted every thing.

    Ouch!

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    Thats just stupid

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    prove it crusty

     
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    Re: Stallworth back

    Why is everyone so excited about Stalloworth being back?

    He hasn't been relevant for 4+ seasons.

     

    No team picked him up this season for a reason.

     

    I've been saying all season that Lloyd is a role player and not a featured player in this offense. I'm really not loving this offense if Brady is going to target Hernandez and Welker 90% of the time. Lloyd needs to step it up BIG TIME. He and Brady should share a bed together until Gronk comes back.

     

    Ridley, Bodden, and the rest of the rb's need to step up too. Yes, they've played good, but we need them to be better for HOU and SF. These next two games will be more like the MIA game, not the previous 4.

    That last drive against MIA was a thing of beauty...almost reminded me of those two killer drives against the Colts in the 2004/2005 playoffs. Lets see more of that throughout the game!

     

     
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    Re: Stallworth back

    I don't care if they bring in terrel Owens... Make some plays for the guy and get him the ball... Same thing with Lloyd . Throw some quick slants , some more sideline routes , spread it around . Get guys involved.

     
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    i really can't picture this guy having any impact what so ever in this offense right now...two years too late.

     
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    Although it's probably related solely to Edelman and not the lack of a deep threat, it would be great if he could be even an occasional deep threat.  As far as receivers are concerned, I feel like our offense is exactly where they were last year.  We still don't have anyone who can stretch the field.  Bruschi said a while back that the more he looks at Lloyd, the more he believes he isn't a deep threat.  I didn't believe him at the time.  I do now.  We have a better running game than last year.  If we had someone who could stretch the field we'd have an offense that not only puts up points in the regular season, but also in the playoffs against good opponents.

    I doubt Stallworth will be that guy, but a guy can dream lol.

     
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