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  • Comment on: 'Patriots are beginning to look more coordinated on offense'

    Posted 12/31/2009 10:55:14 EST

    blastor138 - you apparently missed my point; in 2005 the Patriots had changed coordinators and some key personnel and endured a rough season - all year the gripe was "the offense is too predictable, t more »

  • Comment on: What%20can%20history%20REALLY%20teach%20us%3F%3F

    Posted 12/31/2009 10:39:35 EST

    The Patriots planned to pull their starters much earlier than they did; Wade's hit on Harrison and Fisher's reaction to it nearly caused a riot on the Titans sidelines between Bruschi and Titans playe more »

  • Comment on: 'Patriots are beginning to look more coordinated on offense'

    Posted 12/30/2009 10:57:52 EST

    Hey Otis, it's called GROWING PAINS. The Patriots went through this exact same process in 2005. It figures the Globe, a paper without a clue, is now noticing that as they grow together they get more c more »

  • Comment on: 'Getting ahead of ourselves'

    Posted 12/30/2009 10:51:22 EST

    Hey Shank, it's called gelling at the right time. And you better not have jinxed the Patriots here. more »

  • Comment on: Tony%20Massarotti

    Posted 12/21/2009 11:46:33 EST

    Never mind that - have Michael Felger and Larry Fitzgerald met? The restraining order will come out fast and furious if they ever do. more »

  • Comment on: Brady%20says%20Weis%20is%20%26%2339%3Bundecided%26%2339%3B%20on%20future

    Posted 12/21/2009 10:58:55 EST

    "The offense is too predictable. The O-coordinator is terrible." sniper99 and seanomac757, were you saying these things in 2005 under first-year O-coordinator Josh McDaniels? Because everyone else was more »

  • Comment on: Tony%26%2339%3Bs%20top%20five%20...%20biggest%20problems%20with%20the%20Patriots

    Posted 12/19/2009 12:37:14 EST

    netego - No. Weis can't coach anymore.

    jcarlson24 - Sebastian Vollmer is the start of what you're talking about with the O-line. more »

  • Comment on: Tony%26%2339%3Bs%20top%20five%20...%20biggest%20problems%20with%20the%20Patriots

    Posted 12/19/2009 12:36:09 EST

    Tony's top five flaws and what they really mean - 1 - Yes, they can get more predictable - they did so in 2005. The play-calling is the same as it was in Josh McDaniels' rookie season of 2005. 2 - The more »

  • Comment on: Chasing%20Indy

    Posted 12/19/2009 12:31:49 EST

    BTW Tony, the Colts didn't self-destruct in 2005 because they pulled in the reigns - they self-destructed because they were a fraud team. more »

  • Comment on: Chasing%20Indy

    Posted 12/19/2009 12:30:52 EST

    Tony, all the Indy loss did was add one more win to the Colts. The idea that history would have turned on a dime if the Patriots had won is absrd. The fact is the two teams are what they are - the Pat more »

  • Comment on: 'Giving it his lull'

    Posted 12/19/2009 12:10:26 EST

    Lappy22 - the evidence you cite does not support your argument. We watched the video, we listened to those who actually took time to break down the video, and the end result is that the premise that M more »

  • Comment on: 'Ground control'

    Posted 12/16/2009 06:45:49 EST

    No, this is not some kind of fundamental shift in strategy - the Patriots are going to throw the ball a lot when they can get the guys open. They ran a lot because it worked; once the receivers get in more »

  • Comment on: 'Giving it his lull'

    Posted 12/16/2009 06:40:35 EST

    BTW, apparantly Greg Cosell watched the tapes too and seconds what Hoge has said. more »

  • Comment on: 'Giving it his lull'

    Posted 12/16/2009 06:39:57 EST

    mardak, you don't have the right to lecture anyone about living in denial. Multiple this and multiple that and yet the actual game film discredits all of the ripping of Moss. What does this say about more »

  • Comment on: 'Giving it his lull'

    Posted 12/16/2009 06:32:05 EST

    Bob Ryan shows again why he is "the best sportswriter in Boston" in myth only. The reality is Moss had a bad game; nowhere did he quit on anything. Moss blocked for his teammates, he ran his routes co more »

  • Comment on: 'They're all going to be like this'

    Posted 12/15/2009 07:47:12 EST

    npxm is not correct. The three SB trophies were not won with defense, as strong as the defense no doubt was. The 2003 season in particular showcased this. It took offense to outfight the Titans, the B more »

  • Comment on: 'A Cartoon Network special'

    Posted 12/12/2009 04:23:07 EST

    aabtec - "This team is in a rebuilding year." We know that. "We traded away Seymour." We know that, too, and if Shank thinks (as Bulls**t Borges obviously does) that the Patriots should have kept Seym more »

  • Comment on: December%20presents%20no-win%20scenario

    Posted 12/03/2009 05:31:18 EST

    There's no point in worrying that the Patriots haven't beaten a good team on the road so far - they just have to play out the season and keep improving where they can. more »

  • Comment on: 'Song the same for Belichick: Much jazz to come from this club'

    Posted 11/30/2009 07:59:22 EST

    The Colts benefit from pass-interference calls more than most teams.

    Drew Brees is only a .500 quarterback after Thanksgiving; Brady is .750-plus. more »

  • Comment on: 'Franchise fixer'

    Posted 11/20/2009 12:15:17 EST

    dannoone - one other thing: On the "bad coaches after Fairbanks left" - the only truly bad ones were Ron Meyer (even though he won 18 of his 34 games with the team) and Rod Rust. Ron Erhardt had two w more »

  • Comment on: 'Not much reason in the arguments for Patriots’

    Posted 11/20/2009 12:00:06 EST

    So Shank, why should the Patriots have punted the ball back to the Colts? Nowhere does Shank or any of the other Hatriots make a credible case for WILLINGLY giving the ball back to a quarterback who - more »

  • Comment on: 'Franchise fixer'

    Posted 11/17/2009 04:07:58 EST

    dannoone - I credit Bob Kraft and Drew Bledsoe far more than Parcells for making the Patriots a real team. People forget that Bledsoe made Parcells change his approach to the game - Parcells was a run more »

  • Comment on: Pats%20owe%20...%20Broncos%3F%21%3F%21

    Posted 11/17/2009 03:54:28 EST

    How important is getting the bye? It isn't. Yes, the Patriots' five Superbowls in the Kraft era have come in bye seasons, but the record of bye teams that make the Superbowl has not been great - Pitts more »

  • Comment on: 'Franchise fixer'

    Posted 11/09/2009 12:00:59 EST

    Jimnagle - it was Mark Cannizarro who wrote that piece; Cannizarro wrote in 2000 that Parcells would leave the Jets front office to go to Tampa, and Parcells refused to talk to him ever since because more »

  • Comment on: 'He’

    Posted 10/08/2009 12:45:54 EDT

    Maroney is never going to get it because he insists on running his own way - he's a pansy who isn't tough enough to punch open holes the way BenJarvus Green-Ellis does (and why is Green-Ellis not seei more »

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