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A gem from Patriots.com...BB breaking down game film

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  1. Ice_Ice_Brady

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    Not sure if you guys saw this, but if you go to Meda>Videos, and click on the 11/9 segment, there is about 5 minutes worth of Belichick breaking down film on the Colts game. Nothing really complex, but definitely nice to see for yourself.

    http://www.patriots.com/homepage/

    Also in the same segment, a great clip of Brady talking to Parilli about the team TD record. The whole team comes over to meet Parilli.
     
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    xmarkd400x 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    Re: A gem from Patriots.com... BB breaking down game film

    Good watch. Thank you.
     
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    Re: A gem from Patriots.com... BB breaking down game film

    Nice, thanks!
     
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    Re: A gem from Patriots.com... BB breaking down game film

    Thanks,

    After watching that I get the feeling I see about one tenth of the game.
     
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    Re: A gem from Patriots.com... BB breaking down game film

    unfortunately, you really can't see much on tv.
     
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    The more i watch BB the more ignorant i feel. Seriously, NEVER see any of the things he sees. It's just astonishing the depth which he perceives. It's very much like a chess board to him. And It's like i don't know how the knight moves.
     
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    Yes...this segment has been on Patriots All-Access (on WCVB every Saturday night and Sunday morning) for at least the past 5 years.

    Nothing new.
     
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    Well, I'm one of the many who didn't know about it. Thanks for calling it to our attention!

    The most interesting part to me -- obvious now that it's mentioned -- is the importance of the rushers who don't get to the QB in terms of loosening up the blocking for those who do. Seau was mentioned on two different plays in that regard.
     
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    Babe Parilli seems like a really great guy. From what I've heard, he was an outstanding player.
     
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    I like how nonchalantly he says "Jarivis beats saturday for the strip sack" at the end as if there was never any other possible outcome....
     
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    he did say Saturday was a pretty good center...so thats something...
     
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