Tom Brady is a Happy Man

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    Tom Brady is a Happy Man

    Brady has weapons:

    Randy Moss (Reliable Deep Threat)
    Torry Holt (Great Hands & Route Running)
    Wes Welker (Reliable Slot Man) (When Back Healthy)
    Julian Edelman (Bigger Welker)
    Brandon Tate (Speedster & Stretches Field)
    Taylor Price (Speedster & Stretches Field)
    Alge Crumpler (Will keep Brady off his back)
    Rob Gronkowski (Good Blocker & Good Down the Seam)
    Aaron Hernandez  (Great Hands & Speed)
    Kevin Faulk (Reliable 3rd down option)
    Laurence Maroney, Sammy Morris, Fred Taylor (No Help At All)

     
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    Laurence Maroney, Sammy Morris, Fred Taylor (No Help At All)
    Posted by pats3392

    Lol, good post but I think Belichick disagrees with this.
     
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    Geez . . .    ya think?








     
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    Wow, its amazing how every just assumes now that the Patriots are in great shape and Tom Brady is happy. I think I would hold off on all the fanfare until these players are in pads and playing games, just a thought. Have a great day
     
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      WENDYLEE03 YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT...AND YOU WOULD JUST AS RIGHT TALKING ABOUT EACH AND EVERY TEAM IN THE LEAGUE,NOT JUST THE PATS.
     
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    No doubt on paper this offense is much more dynamic than they were last year. The two tight ends they got are big time talents. Holt probably can give you enough until the young guys start to get comfortable. Hopefully Price and Tate can stretch the field on the outside, which they were really missing last year. Edleman will have a year under his belt and he had better improve because as good as he was last year, he still dropped some passes and is injury prone.
     
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    Same Oline, same result...can't run the ball, can't protect Brady but other than that everything is great. 
     
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    Sammy Morris was known for having great hands when he was with Miami...don't blame the player.
     
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    Same Oline, same result...can't run the ball, can't protect Brady but other than that everything is great. 
    Posted by HRK103

    You are so right, I just think it's funny how everyone is thinking the Patriots are back to Superstar status when all they are left with so far is last years team minus some quality players and Drafted Rookies that have yet to play in the NFL
     
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    Geez . . .    ya think?
    Posted by p-mike



    i'd love to see her in a patriots cheerleading outfit
     
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    Same Oline, same result...can't run the ball, can't protect Brady but other than that everything is great. 
    Posted by HRK103


    Harley - if the O-line stays healthy, or if Bussey or Ohrnberger can step in when Neal gets injured, and if they can figure out a way to help Light or Kaczur (whoever is starting opposite 'Bass) against the good rushers, then we might be ok.
     
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    Same Oline, same result...can't run the ball, can't protect Brady but other than that everything is great. 
    Posted by HRK103


    Quite true, but the O-line was better towards the end of the year when they had Both Light and Vollmer in at the same time and Kaczur was off the field.  Maybe, just maybe, if Vollmer is a starter this year and we have better blocking from the TE's, we might see a better running game.  At least that's my hope.

    Someone will probably pull up a stat that says we weren't that bad running last year.  Heck, the stats say we had a very good offense overall last year.  That's why I hate stats.  Last year we seemed to move the ball well except when we really needed to move the ball well.
     
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     Last year we seemed to move the ball well except when we really needed to move the ball well.

    That pretty much sums up the season.
     
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     Last year we seemed to move the ball well except when we really needed to move the ball well. That pretty much sums up the season.
    Posted by themightypatriotz

    that's where Hernandez and Gronkowski *should* help, inside the 20s....how many times did TB force balls to Moss or Welker in the redzone because nobody else (no offense sam aiken) could get open.  Legit TE presence should be a big help in that area, no more leaving points on the field
     
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    Can Kaszur play guard? He's done as a starting tackle. The line wouldn't be to bad with Light~Mankins~Koppen~Kaczur~Vollmer. I like Neal he's tough when healthy he's just not healthy enough. Hopefully Bussey, OherBeger?, Larsen can push for starting positions.
     
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    Yea im excited off the possibilities of the two tight ends sets and that will open up the running game, the addition of holt and price and bringing tate back will pick up the slack for lack of a third wideout that can or should i say cant catch i.e.(galloway,aiken,steinback). welk and edleman working the slot. and moss and maroney both in contract years, skys the limit for offense lets get mankins in now please!!!!!!!!!!!!

    and our Defense will be much more improved
     
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    Brady may have seen a lot of pressure last year, but he did not get sacked much at all. Around the fewest in the league for the Pats.   As a matter of fact, there is a group that analyzes sacks, and Brady got low grades for avoiding pressure...meaning he had a lot to do with it.  i wonder if it had to do with the injury and his timing and lack of mobility in not moving up at the right time.
     
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    In Response to Re: Tom Brady is a Happy Man : Can't protect Brady? Brady was sacked a total of 16 times last year. That's an average of once per game. That's pretty good protection if you ask me..
    Posted by slapointe1232


    This is yet another reason why I hate stats.  While it is very true he wasn't sacked much last year, it is also very true that he was under a lot of pressure and was running for his life too often in too many games.  He's just good at getting rid of the ball before taking a sack.  
     
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    Same Oline, same result...can't run the ball, can't protect Brady but other than that everything is great. 
    Posted by HRK103


    Except a coulpe of TE's that can plow lanes in the running game.....kind of short on memory there.....
     
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    Something to take into account for the RB's is Crumpler will add some yards to the rushing offense no matter who is carrying the rock. (Chris Johnson was quoted as saying 400 of his yards was directly attributable to Crumplers play.)

    BTW CJ is supposidly still upset at Tenn. letting him go over what amounts to a couple hundred thousand dollars.
     
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    In Response to Re: Tom Brady is a Happy Man : You are so right, I just think it's funny how everyone is thinking the Patriots are back to Superstar status when all they are left with so far is last years team minus some quality players and Drafted Rookies that have yet to play in the NFL
    Posted by Wendylee03


    minus quality players?  The same quality players that were on the downside of their career?   Those quality players?


    Nobody, and I mean nobody has said that the Pats are back to superstar status...if anything, they have kept up with and possibly stayed ahead of the Jets and the Fins.

     
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    In Response to Re: Tom Brady is a Happy Man : Except a coulpe of TE's that can plow lanes in the running game.....kind of short on memory there.....
    Posted by m1021us


    Right, three new TE's, an overweight old guy, two rookies one with a bad back an another who didn't like to block in college.....think before you spew your drivel.
     
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    In Response to Re: Tom Brady is a Happy Man : Can't protect Brady? Brady was sacked a total of 16 times last year. That's an average of once per game. That's pretty good protection if you ask me..
    Posted by slapointe1232


    The only reason Brady wasn't sacked 40 times was not because of the OL it was because of WW and Brady.  He too many times had to check down to WW because of the pressure and still got hit after the throw.  You must not have watched the same games I did.

    Just because there were only 16 sacks doesn't mean hit was hit more than a piñata!  16 sacks just shows how good TB is at getting rid of the ball quickly.
     
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    Agree on the run blocking, but Brady was sacked 16 only times in 2009.  The only full time QB sacked less was Peyton Manning. (Aaron Rogers and Big Ben were sacked 50 times each)

    I'd say that's some pretty good pass protection by the Pats OL ...

    -Maddog

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    Same Oline, same result...can't run the ball, can't protect Brady but other than that everything is great. 
    Posted by HRK103

     
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    Agree on the run blocking, but Brady was sacked 16 only times in 2009.  The only full time QB sacked less was Peyton Manning. (Aaron Rogers and Big Ben were sacked 50 times each) I'd say that's some pretty good pass protection by the Pats OL ... -Maddog In Response to Re: Tom Brady is a Happy Man :
    Posted by Maddog67


    Read the post above yours. Brady was injured how? gee maybe by getting hit after throw...alot.
     

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