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I dogged him early in the season. He's been making those few short yardage opportunities, blocking like hell and just being a versatile all around good players.
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Heath is the man.His blocking has improved alot.I rememeber the one where he chips the DE ,hits merriman pushes him back and runs into cooper freeing maroney for a 20 yrd.
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I don't know, call me cold-hearted, but I'd rather players not help the opposing team in anyway.
I remember when Ditka was coaching he had a rule that you couldn't help opposing players off the ground. I agree with this.
You figure you only have so much energy in the tank, why waste even a little of it helping a 250 lb guy off the ground?
Not to mention you lose 5-6 seconds getting back to the huddle.
In a game of inches, every second and ounce of energy count.
In general, I think that such a rule is fine. The difference here is that a player was clearly injured. I think the "golden rule" applies here: winning is important, but if someone is in a position to help out someone who got hurt, I'd expect them to do so (so long as they're not putting themselves at risk in the process).
Also putting in his quote from earlier in the week:
"I'm putting a boot on my leg, see if anyone follows me around."
That wink was classic.
Good to hear the praise for Evans from Mitchell. Good stuff there. Appreciate the praise youve given here for the guy, because I appreciate the tremendous play he's brought to this team. He's become the classic Patriot baller. Solid and unsung.