This Is What Happens With No Run Established

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    Re: This Is What Happens With No Run Established

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    Brady throws one pick in 202 attempts and we are jumping off bridges?

    It was a mistake. He makes less of them than anyone at QB in football, and anyone on the team.

     

    The defense is playing a good game though. 

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    Explanation: 20% of the the fan base is insane.

     

    Not a ONE of that 20% will say squat about Welker dropping a TD though.

     
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    Re: This Is What Happens With No Run Established

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    Actually we did run the ball 25 times. Miami was tough as they always are against us in Miami. Despite not racking up yards on the ground we still used the run enough to keep the Miami defense honest.

    When it really counted in the 4th the running game kept the ball moving and kept the clock running. If we needed 5 or 6 on 3rd down the short pass succeeded.  It was a good mix. Even though it only resulted in 3 points it took 7 minutes off of the clock and forced Miami to use all their timeouts.

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    Well stated glenr.

     
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    Yep, Rusty, it is ALL Brady's fault!!!  He calls the plays all the time.  Ever think there IS a strategy and has something to do with the Phins Run D?  Seems you espouse the Pats banging their heads against the wall just to satisfy your own opinion on how the game has to be played!  Oh, and by the way, there IS another team on the field playing the Pats and the Phins D is trying to stop the Pats.

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    Bring in Mallet! He would have shredded that pansy Miami D!

     
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    Re: This Is What Happens With No Run Established

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    Actually we did run the ball 25 times. Miami was tough as they always are against us in Miami. Despite not racking up yards on the ground we still used the run enough to keep the Miami defense honest.

    When it really counted in the 4th the running game kept the ball moving and kept the clock running. If we needed 5 or 6 on 3rd down the short pass succeeded.  It was a good mix. Even though it only resulted in 3 points it took 7 minutes off of the clock and forced Miami to use all their timeouts.

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    That is about as clear and accurate a description of what I saw happen as it can get.  That 4th qtr drive was a thing of beauty both in design and execution.

     
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    That is about as clear and accurate a description of what I saw happen as it can get.  That 4th qtr drive was a thing of beauty both in design and execution.

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    Agreed.  That was something that has been missing around here lately (game on the line against a good run D when they knew we were going to try and run).  Now the reason for that has been a cause of some pretty significant disagreements on this board, but I think as Patriots fans we can all agree it was good to see.

     
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    In response to glenr's comment:
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    Actually we did run the ball 25 times. Miami was tough as they always are against us in Miami. Despite not racking up yards on the ground we still used the run enough to keep the Miami defense honest.

    When it really counted in the 4th the running game kept the ball moving and kept the clock running. If we needed 5 or 6 on 3rd down the short pass succeeded.  It was a good mix. Even though it only resulted in 3 points it took 7 minutes off of the clock and forced Miami to use all their timeouts.

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    Well stated glenr.

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    From the guy who has repeatedly said that running the clock down in the 4th isn't important?

     

    Change your spots?

     
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