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Worried about Lloyd

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    Re: Worried about Lloyd

    The Boston Herald doesn't believe Brandon Lloyd's late-game shoulder or hip injury against the Seahawks was "anything concerning."

    As mentioned previously, Lloyd did return for the Patriots' final two offensive snaps. He may appear on the Week 7 injury report and be listed as "limited" in practice, but we wouldn't expect Lloyd to miss any time going forward.
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    Re: Worried about Lloyd

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to Bunker Spreckels' comment:

    You're wrong because you don't know the game. Put Brady under center in this game with playaction, we win the game and Lloyd is a deep threat.

    Our offense BLOWS against a good D in the shtogun.


    How many more examples do we need?

    This game should have been a 31-17 type of game if not better than that.

    You are a certifiable mental case.


    What don't you get about us scoring 9 points more than the Seahawks allow? And that with a pitiful running game.

    Babe Sea to the point hadn't played any real O's. Coming into the game as the number 1 O we should have scored at least 9 more then Sea gave up. Additionally the int in the end zone and the intentional grounding should have been at min 6 more point on top of what was scored if not another 10. So the original poster was right the Pats should have put up around 30 but blew it

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    Re: Worried about Lloyd

    If lloyd is out - we will  lose our  "deep threat"  which on this team is a pass that goes more than 7 yards in the air.