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Although it was just a walk-through, the Pats did list Mike Wright on Monday's Injury Report under "did not participate" with a concussion. Just speculating her, but with the short week I'm not going to expect him to play Thursday.
Defensive lineman Mike Wright, who suffered a concussion on Sunday against the Colts, was the only player who did not practice Monday for the Patriots. In addition, quarterback Tom Brady was listed as having “limited participation” with a right shoulder/foot problem, one of six players who were limited. Here’s the complete injury report:
Did Not Participate
DL Mike Wright (neck/concussion)
QB Tom Brady (right shoulder/foot)
G Stephen Neal (shoulder)
S Jarrad Page (calf)
NT Myron Pryor (back)
RB Fred Taylor (toe)
CB Jonathan Wilhite (hip)
If Wright does not play Thursday and defensive lineman Myron Pryor (back) also remains out, the Patriots would be without their top two interior pass rushers in sub packages. Veteran Gerard Warren is a top candidate to step in, while rookie free agent Kyle Love also would move up the depth chart.
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Through 10 games, Suh has 41 tackles, seven sacks, an interception and a fumble return for a touchdown.
The 6-4, 304-pounder is not planet-sized like Vince Wilfork or Albert Haynesworth. His game is built on explosiveness.
Asked if he's been impressed by Suh, Bill Belichick said on Monday, "Yeah, very much. He’s the real thing: strong, explosive guy. [He] has great playing strength and leverage. He looks like a man in there."
If you could call a big man "nifty", Suh might be the one. His ability to combine absurd raw power with speed is one thing. But he's also extremely agile. He's routinely getting attention from two blockers every week.
"For his size and his power, he’s very athletic," noted Belichick. "You see his speed, his quickness, his ability to change directions, play with power, play with quickness. He’s got a great skill set. He plays hard. He’s good."
Suh plays the left defensive tackle spot in the Lions 4-3 so he'll be running into Dan Koppen and Stephen Neal or Dan Connolly this week if Neal is still dinged up.
as crazy as it sounds.. a loss wouldn't be horrible.
BB's record off a loss are insane. They would be fired up for the Jets with lots of rest, etc.
No, a loss would be horrible. You can't count on the Bengals to keep us tied with the Jets. We need to win both games to get a LEAD on the Jets, we don't want to continue to be tied with them for the rest of the year so tiebreakers can play out.