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Posted 09/30/2014 09:20:19 EDT
Despite being repetitive, I'm going to retype my comment following the loss to Miami. 1. Josh McDaniel has no business being the offensive coordinator. It is evident that he can not devise a plan to w more »
Posted 09/08/2014 09:23:17 EDT
Two things that REMAIN apparent: 1. BB is the most overrated "in game" coach in the NFL. 2. Josh McDaniels is unable to produce and execute a plan to have this offense work effectively. For both point more »
Posted 02/03/2014 07:13:41 EST
Prepared? just like when he "prepared" them for Miami (to lose home field advantage) and really "prepared" them for Denver. GMAFB.
Posted 02/03/2014 09:26:05 EST
The only thing I hope was an outcome of this game is that Mr. Kraft and Coach Bill had the foresight to send Matt Patricia (Pats Defensive Coordinator) to this game to see first hand how a coach prepa more »
Posted 01/20/2014 04:02:21 EST
Very nicely written article. This team deserves both an offensive and defensive coordinator that can raise the bar on the mediocre efforts that displayed this year. Anyone who believes that Matt Patri more »
Posted 01/20/2014 09:50:59 EST
Correct Spike. The lifeless performance again Miami at the end of the season (when home field advantage was on the line) told you all you needed to know about this team. The media gave them a total fr more »
Posted 01/20/2014 09:16:56 EST
This is easy. Matt Patricia (Pats Defensive Coordinator) should hold a press conference and explain exactly how he spent his time preparing for the game. Following that, he should be replaced by someo more »
Posted 01/19/2014 06:49:26 EST
Four words: "Josh McDaniels" and "Miami Loss" If he devised the gameplan he must be dismissed. Getting beat by Miami at the end of the season blew thier only chance to win this game at home. Can we pl more »
Posted 01/17/2014 08:26:34 EST
The nbottom line here is that the Patriot loss to Miami at the end of the season (no excuse) and subsequent loss of home field for this game will be the difference. No one wants to admit that.
Posted 01/17/2014 08:19:26 EST
Adam, you are definitely "phoning it in" by only listing 10. Why not take it up to 50 or so? I'm sure if you think about it in greater depth, a lot more permutations will arise in your mind. So much f more »
Posted 12/30/2013 11:45:58 EST
Before everyone gets all giddy about a win over the Bills, realize that yesterday the Jets (yes, Jets) had a complete plan to beat the Dolphins when the Pats did not . This will indeed come back to bi more »
Posted 12/29/2013 01:39:37 EST
To put Craig Biggio and Joe Morgan in the same conversation as "one of the best to ever play the position" is a joke.
Posted 12/16/2013 05:51:31 EST
Two words: Josh McDaniels.
It is his job to have a comprehensive plan to win offensively. In warm weather, there is no excuse for such another pathetic performance.
Posted 12/11/2013 08:03:39 EST
"Spoken like a likely future Hall of Famer". If that is your assesment of Brady's career (ie "likely") you have the oblgation to resign and continue honing your skills at a small college paper. Doesnt more »
Posted 12/05/2013 03:33:45 EST
He's not Barry Sanders. Enjoy the view from the bench.
Posted 11/25/2013 03:23:48 EST
If we could only have a few of Dan's witty barbs about Ridley being sent to a Massachusetts High School team for a Thanksgiving rivalry it would be complete. Edward Scissorhands is a better bet to hol more »
Posted 11/19/2013 06:37:19 EST
Sorry but Josh McDaniels calling for a pass (subsequently thrown away by Brady) on 3rd and 1 near the goal line with the Pats on a roll then neededing to settle for a field goal was the turning point. more »
Posted 11/01/2013 07:00:04 EDT
In addition to this being the story of a lifetime, every Sox fan should make sure that they have Stan Kasten at the top of thier "give thanks" list. Other than the heroic play and sportsmanship of thi more »
Posted 10/31/2013 08:44:50 EDT
Posted 10/18/2013 11:13:48 EDT
First item on his prep to-do list: "Don't throw the ball over the middle of the plate like you did to Evan Longoria".
Posted 10/17/2013 12:31:21 EDT
I'm half -full but very excited to seeJake Peavy head out of town on the Mass Pike as soon as the season is finished. Shameful performance in a prime time opportunity.
Posted 10/08/2013 08:10:30 EDT
Let's be honest here. The finger pointing should be at Buchholz who made the biggest error by "throwing the ball directly over the middle of the plate" to Longoria with 2 men on.
Posted 05/12/2013 10:17:46 EDT
This is the downside of allowing Bob Ryan to retire. We are left with Dan ("the carney") cobbling together what now passes for journalism at The Globe.
Posted 05/02/2013 09:50:06 EDT
Would it be possible for the NBA to invest in an "English as a first language" program to assit the players who are unable to speak basic English? The quotes are becomming annoying.
Posted 05/02/2013 09:24:38 EDT
The real story here is wether "The Doc" can get his team prepared to win game 6. The real accomplishment would have been to send the Heat packing last year in game 6 and we all remember the effort he more »
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