Posted: 10/21/2008 2:39 PM
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (4-2) vs. ST. LOUIS RAMS (2-4) Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 1:00 p.m. This is the official game thread. All discussions regarding the game belong in this thread. Grid Iron GatewayPure St. Louis Rams talk Foxsports St. Louis RamsSTLtodayPatriots News Wire
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It will be a lot closer than 35-10. The Rams have a better defense than Denver (although that is not sayig much). But they have two good victories in a row and are feeling good about themselves.
Still remembering the near INT Cassel threw in the red zone. Good thing NE had a challenge available.
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FLAPatsFan wrote: Steven Jackson has a thigh bruise and has not practiced this week according to ESPN and seen at the FOX Sports webpageHERE
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DancerAlphaPoncho wrote: have you guys started cheating yet? i just wanted to know bc im deciding on betting on the second half line....wait....a pass to moss at the end of the half that should have run out the clock, but amazingly a second is left on....i guess the cheating begins now? any help would be great....
Posted: 10/26/2008 3:30 PM
dokgonzo wrote: Looks like they gave Cassel the green-light to run when he sees the chance - he's the leading rusher at the half. Were it not for that one big defensive breakdown we'd have this game under control.
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9 lead changes in one game is a very even game.
Young MC is getting better each game.
Tedy was in on 11 tackles, very impressive.
Thank G-d for Kevin Faulk. In on 17 plays, he is almost carrying this team with his clutch play.
Posted: 10/26/2008 6:52 PM
patbobby wrote: Matt Cassell and Ellis Hobbs are truly the $hits!Cassell is a third string QB at best in the NFL-good for maybe a game or two coming in for releif if someone get's hurt and nothing more.Hobbs is most certainly not a shutdown corner-He's maybe the other corner opposite the shutdown or a second stringer. It's a shame because he just doesn't know how to use his speed.The other guys that's a dissapointment is Jordan. He'd be perfect RB in a game like today but instead he's hobbled for the 4th week in a row.Even with the injuries in the backfield today they should be up by two scores today. Like I said earlier put this season in the can and hope they get a good draft-pick, sign a key FA (perhaps shawn merriman,) and pray everything is alright with Brady. Just really frustrating to watch games like this
Last edited 10/26/2008 6:53 PM by Patsie
Posted: 10/26/2008 6:53 PM
Hey Patbobbie Im the first to agree on your initial assessment of Cassel but to his credit he does seem to coming along and hopfully he will be on his best game by the time we hopfully get into the playoffs,
As far as Hobbs goes. Ya he gets burned sometimes and he may not be a shutdown corner yet, but he plays hard and practices hard and seems to have a Pats type of outlook on playing football. When I watch Hobbs I dont see a guy getting greedy and going after the interseption as much as I see a guy doing everything he can to disrupt the play, and hes rather consistant at that.
As far as Lamont Jordan, What games were you watching? Players get hurt and I dont believe Jordan is prone to injury. The guy is a beast and he will be back on the field sooner than later. He runs the ball with a kind of Dillion anger.
Nice win agains the Rams. They played the Pats tough.
Posted: 10/26/2008 7:22 PM
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That was the kind of game the Pats needed. They showed a lot of fight and they showed that they could put together a winning drive when needed.
Posted: 10/26/2008 9:39 PM
Vabthang5 wrote: 5-2
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