Posted: 12/15/2009 9:42 AM
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Posted: 12/15/2009 1:59 PM
I hope that O'Brien looks at the team stats page on nfl.com ... the Bills are the worst-ranked run defense in the league but the 5th best pass defense. If he comes out throwing on every down someone needs to chain a cinder block to his ankle and toss him into the lake.
Could be a big day for Maroney, Faulk, and Morris if they play it right.
Posted: 12/16/2009 8:53 AM
dokgonzo wrote:I hope that O'Brien looks at the team stats page on nfl.com ... the Bills are the worst-ranked run defense in the league but the 5th best pass defense. If he comes out throwing on every down someone needs to chain a cinder block to his ankle and toss him into the lake. Could be a big day for Maroney, Faulk, and Morris if they play it right.
Yikez!! First road win for New England? Or is the trend Buffalo's friend?
Posted: 12/16/2009 9:09 AM
Where did BJGE go anyway? Just wondering. He has played so little i thought they might have cut him.
Posted: 12/16/2009 11:49 AM
He's still on the roster as far as I know. No idea why he isn't getting playing time. Same can be said for Stanback and Edelman.
OK ... lets be fair ... I can think of one O'Reason why he isn't playing ...
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Posted: 12/18/2009 4:32 PM
Tom Brady was back at work Friday morning, going through stretching as he and the rest of the Patriots prepared for their mid-day practice.
Brady, who has shoulder, rib and finger concerns, did not practice on Wednesday and saw only limited participation Thursday. He looked fine as the players did their stretching in the brief time the session, held inside the stadium in frigid conditions, was open to the media.
Among others, running back Fred Taylor, who has been out with an ankle injury and did not participate Thursday, was on the field doing work.
The bad news for New England's defense is that neither Vince Wilfolk (foot) nor Ty Warren (ankle) was spotted. Neither has practice all week. Two of the offensive linemen, Nick Kaczur and Stephen Neal, were on the field.
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Posted: 12/21/2009 12:18 PM
The defense played pretty well. I had posted in another forum last week that they should do the whole...1 man down everyone else up tactic. Apparently they read my post.
The offense was pretty pedestrian but the running game was good. I think a little too much was made of taking "shots to Randy".
Time to get ready for Jacksonville.
Posted: 12/21/2009 2:41 PM
Hunter07 wrote: Another 1 PM game, - only got to see about the last five minutes. That 3rd down pass to Welker (who else) for the first down at the end, - was kinda important, nice to see.
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