Yesterday parillo and hart on nepats.com report receievers STILL running by mccourty CONSISTENTLY

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    In Response to Re: Yesterday parillo and hart on nepats.com report receievers STILL running by mccourty CONSISTENTLY:
    [QUOTE]It's amazing. When you click on the last page of any thread, the probablity of it turning into a one side successful slappin by Wozzy or True Champ over the Brady Lovers, is like 11:2. It doesn't matter what the thread title is, it somehow morphs into the same deluded Brady Lovers scouring for ways to tell us why the offense was so great in SB 46. I already see people planting seeds about the excuse of the "offensive line" and its struggles, as a way to protect Brady.  Embarrassing. Keep in mind, this thread title is flat out wrong.  Trolls indeed.
    Posted by CliffordWasHere[/QUOTE]

    Yes, it is truly amazing that Pat's fans have to defend the best player to ever put on a Pat's uniform, constantly against supposedly other Pats fans (trolls).
    And, yes it's also amazing that YOU turn every thread into a Brady bashing extravaganza.
    Wozzy and Champ are not bashing TB by wanting more offensive diversity....
    But, you do!  Every chance you get.
    Please name one other QB that gets his 31st ranked D to The SB.
     Brees?  Nope
    Rogers? Nope
    Eli?  well ya , but he didn't have a terrible D
    Big Ben?  Nope!  Despite having the top ranked D.
     
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    Some peace of mind for those who are worried . . . 

    McCourty comes up big. One of the plays of the day goes to cornerback Devin McCourty, who snagged an interception during 1-on-1's with some impressive technique. McCourty was able to engage his receiver at the line of scrimmage, turn and run as the receiver marched down the field, use his arm to leverage the receiver at the point of catch, and high point the deep throw for the pick. 
     
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    And while we're on the topic of pass coverage . . . 

    Hightower intercepts two passes. Dont'a Hightower continues to make plays all over the field, including a pair of interceptions. The first came off a dropped pass from running back Stevan Ridley, while the second was on an errant throw from Brian Hoyer. Plenty of versatility from that rookie. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Some peace of mind for those who are worried . . .  McCourty comes up big.  One of the plays of the day goes to cornerback Devin McCourty, who snagged an interception during 1-on-1's with some impressive technique. McCourty was able to engage his receiver at the line of scrimmage, turn and run as the receiver marched down the field, use his arm to leverage the receiver at the point of catch, and high point the deep throw for the pick. 
    Posted by prolate0spheroid[/QUOTE]

    now that's what i'm talking about. 
    thanks for the post
     

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