Posted: 10/31/2011 2:44 PM
Chance favors the Prepared Mind.
Posted: 10/31/2011 4:14 PM
Posted: 10/31/2011 7:16 PM
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Posted: 10/31/2011 7:42 PM
dokgonzo wrote: From what I read today it was pretty much silent during film review of the Steelers game. Nothing needed to be said. You never know with this team - I don't think they've played anywhere close to their potential yet on D. They played like crap against the Browns last year and went on a tear after that. All it takes is Albert to wake up or McCourty to get back to his old form ... or someone else to step up ... and they could be decent. Still not as good as the Harrison/Bruschi/WillieMac era - but at least they'd be in the top quarter of the league.
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Posted: 11/1/2011 10:59 AM
Posted: 11/1/2011 11:39 AM
3rdngoal wrote: I think some of the secondary issues are fixable. The zone coverage was being played by 4 of the 5 cover guys all game against PIT. The 4th or 5th guy every snap decided to play man to man coverage leaving 1 zone empty. That is coachable.The DL is playing better, pressure is being generated, unfortunately Big Ben is not the type to rattle easily, Eli is.The offense goes as Brady goes. Run the ball more with BJGE/Ridley to open things up for the passing game.Finally it seems that luck is playing into this season a lot. Count up Brady's INT's and see which ones were tipped or touched and fell into defenders hands. Count up how many non-calls the Pats have gotten because a ref wasn't lucky enough to catch them.If both sides of the ball execute and follow direction it should be a no brainer. Unfortunately it only takes one guy not knowing what he's doing to ruin the whole thing.
Last edited 11/1/2011 11:43 AM by PatManpower
Posted: 11/1/2011 12:45 PM
Posted: 11/1/2011 1:12 PM
Note to Morph... Could you send OB a free membership here so he could get these ideas quicker!
Posted: 11/1/2011 2:19 PM
Last edited 11/1/2011 2:20 PM by dominicanthug
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Posted: 11/2/2011 1:28 PM
Giants Dline vs Pats Oline who wins? Giants lead the league in sacks. Welker, Hernandez and Gronkowski vs Giants banged up secondary who wins? If the Giants can put pressure on Brady this one will be close. It should be a good game.
Posted: 11/2/2011 1:49 PM
Last edited 11/2/2011 2:09 PM by dokgonzo
Posted: 11/2/2011 2:51 PM
Posted: 11/2/2011 5:42 PM
Hunter07 wrote: Well, - it is November now, ... time to show who they really are. - The window for developing anything is closing.
Posted: 11/2/2011 7:57 PM
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:24 PM
foxborough -- wes welker did not practice today because of a neck injury. dane fletcher continues to be bothered by a thumb injury and also did not practice. dl albert haynesworth, who has been on the report with a back injury, is not listed.
the following players were limited:
s josh barrett (thumb)dl shaun ellis (ribs)rb kevin faulk (knee)rb benjarvus green-ellis (toe)te aaron hernandez (knee)lb jerod mayo (knee)ol sebastian vollmer (back)
New York Giants
T Stacy Andrews (back), DNPC David Baas (knee), DNPRB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), DNPWR Mario Manningham (illness) DNPWR Hakeem Nicks (hamstring) DNPDE Osi Umenyiora (knee/shoulder) DNP
CB Prince Amukamara (foot), LimitedFB Henry Hynoski (neck), LimitedDE Justin Tuck (groin/neck), Limited
LB Michael Boley (knee) Full
Posted: 11/2/2011 9:26 PM
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Last edited 11/3/2011 7:23 AM by usernameNEP
Posted: 11/3/2011 7:30 AM
Posted: 11/3/2011 10:05 AM
usernameNEP wrote: 11/06 4:15 PM425 N.Y. Giants426 New EnglandNYG-WR-Hakeem Nicks-Probable NE-WR-Wes Welker-Probable TV: FOX, DTV: 714-7.5 -11051u-110 -8.5 -11051u-110 -8.5 -11050½u-110 -8.5 -11051u-110 -8 -11051u-110 -8.5 -11051u-110 -8.5 -11051u-110 -8 -11051u-110 -8.5 -110Picks11/06 4:15 PM427 Green Bay428 San DiegoGB-WR-Greg Jennings-Probable SD-RB-Ryan Mathews-Doubtful TV: FOX, DTV: 715-5.5-110-5.5-110 51u-110-5.5-110 51u-110-5.5-110 51u-110-5.5-110 51u-110-5.5-110 51u-110-5.5-110 51u-110-5.5-110 51u-110-6-105 51u-11011/06 8:30 PM429 Baltimore430 PittsburghTV: NBC-3.5 -11042u-110 -3 -12041½u-110 -3 -12042u-110 -3 -12042u-110 -3 -12542u-110 -3 -12041½u-110 -3 -12041½u-110 -3.5 +10042u-110 -3.5 -105Picks11/07 8:35 PM431 Chicago432 PhiladelphiaTV: ESPN, DTV: 206-6.5 -11047u-110 -8 -11047u-110 -8 -11047u-110 -7.5 -11047½u-110 -8 -11047½u-110 -7.5 -11047½u-110 -8 -11047½u-110 -8 -11047u-110 -8 -110PicksUpdated: Thu, Nov 3 07:18 AM EDTSource: VI ~ Vegas Insider
Posted: 11/3/2011 11:27 AM
Posted: 11/3/2011 1:46 PM
Posted: 11/3/2011 4:26 PM
dokgonzo wrote: Giants are banged up kinda bad.
Posted: 11/3/2011 7:56 PM
Posted: 11/4/2011 7:51 AM
Posted: 11/4/2011 7:55 AM
dokgonzo wrote: Funny ... http://lolpats.tumblr.com/post/12281959308/have-yo u-seen-me
Posted: 11/4/2011 1:04 PM
Posted: 11/4/2011 3:57 PM
3rdngoal wrote: I wouldn't be surprised if the offense is clicking on all cylinders again this week and lights the G-men up. These guys usually get mad and take it out on the next opponent. The only thing missing is for a G-men DB to say he can cover Welker one on one and shut him down...then Welker and Brady will make him pay. :)
"I'm feeling good. I'm just looking forward to this weekend," Welker said Friday. "I think any time you play in a game in the National Football League, you're going to have your bumps and bruises. Some things take an extra day -- some take longer, some take less. You have to monitor it and move on."
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Last edited 11/5/2011 1:04 PM by dokgonzo
Posted: 11/4/2011 7:57 PM
Score, Steve was made the highest paid DC in Football by the Giants after one year, his troubles with the Rams are many. It might just be a case of inexperience or bad drafting or bad luck, but the Rams have not improved to a satisfactory level while he has been the Head Coach.
Both Coughlin and Belichick have been in the game for quite some time. What the Pats bring is an ability to force lesser coached teams into making bad choices. I see it time and time again, when pressure forces opponents to go away from their strenghts and play into the hands of Belichick, who like no other coach understands momentum.
Watching Coughlin this year has been a joy. Going for two points against the Cardinals, even last week forgoing the FG attempt, there are many examples of understanding the game situations, that Tom has also distanced himself from his peers.
During the game, it will be interesting to see not only the player match-ups, but how both Coaches dictate the flow of the game. If Belichick decides to hurry up the Offense, how the Giants react, do they come out with five and six DBacks, do they attack the Pats deep or play short ball, something the Steelers had success with, even the coin flip offers choices...if the Giants win the toss, I wouldn't be surprised if the defer, to try and get the Defense motivated.
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