The One Obvious Patriots Weakness is...

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    The One Obvious Patriots Weakness is...

    Big, slow, white running backs.

    Seriously, first Hillis and then Kuhn. I thought I had Deja Vu. 

    Any big, slow white running backs playing for AFC title contenders?
     
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    Re: The One Obvious Patriots Weakness is...

    haha

    Kuhn was channeling Mark Van Eeghen there for a second, wasn't he?  He was ticking me off. Every time they needed a play on 3rd down, he was the guy.

    Good job by McCarthy there.





    After some quick research, apparently, Mark Van Eeghen's daughter is a Pats cheerleader.

    Very nice (use Borat voice here):

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Amber_van_Eeghen.jpg
     
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    Same play too. Looked like Ninkovich was afraid to tackle him.
     
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    Re: The One Obvious Patriots Weakness is...

    Ravens: No
    Steelers: No
    Jets: No
    Kansas City: No
    San Diego: No

    No big, slow, white running backs to worry about in the AFC playoffs.
     
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    It's beginning to look like you can delete the Chargers from that list. Cassel seems to have come back strong from his appendectomy.
     
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    The Patriots' DL was quite injured this Sunday.  Four regulars, Mike Wright, Ron Brace, Gerald Warren and Myron Pryor, were all listed as questionable.  Gerald Warren (knee) made one tackle, but the others don't appear in the box score.  In addition run-stopper Brandon Spikes was suspended until the playoffs.  So, it's more proper to say that the one obvious Patriots weakness WAS...  A lot of healing can take place in the four weeks until the Patriots' first playoff game (Jets fans' wet dreams excepted).
     
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    There was one play where Ninkovich fell down which would have stopped a TD and the Packers would have settled for a fg. Big turn in the game, but something you don't expect to happen, the Pats didn't let their mistakes cost them. Kuhn was the product of us using the prevent defense on Flynn.
     
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    [QUOTE]Big, slow, white running backs. Seriously, first Hillis and then Kuhn. I thought I had Deja Vu.  Any big, slow white running backs playing for AFC title contenders?
    Posted by Caesar1177[/QUOTE]

    LOL, nuttin's say they have to be fast, once they get rolling they're hard to stop, and looked like Kuhn has leaping abillity.

    that's Ok, BB is moving Connolly to FB in the next two games as an experiment for the playoffs
     
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