Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by ctpatsfan77, Dec 6, 2007.
I'll quote the teaser here:
Definitely worth reading.
NSA suicide alert!
But Maroney sucks and is made of glass, so that's just impossible.
I have no problem with our ground game but I wish we still had Sammy just in case. Anyway, I expect more tough going this week against a top run defense but then expect it to pick up against the bad run defenses of Miami and The Jest and the above average, but not great, NYG. I expect the running game will look better heading into the playoffs than it does now or than it does 7 days from now.
Now hold on right there.
Chessies boobs may be huger than Pams but
They are so big they look fat and grotesque.
Give me Pam any day of the week over ol' Chessie.
Oh, I'm sorry. I forgot this was a Patriots forum.
Great read thanks for the link, CTpatsfan.
I think Morris is/was a much better counter punch runner to our pass game than Maroney.
Maroney needs lots of carries to get in a groove. Morris can come in and run the ball a couple of time sa series and you get his best on every carry.
A big question that needs answering is who plays RG against Pittsburgh. Yates? He's the best road grading option for the run or Hochstien athe better pass protection option? Whoever plays RG will impact the running game vs. the Steelers.
Although Hochstein played some on Monday, I am under the impression that Neal is healthy enough to at least start - am I wrong ? If not I expect him to play most of the snaps at his position.
:horn: I love boobs.
What I thought and what I know.
I thought her name was Chesty......and I know Maroney is the weak link in the Patriots offense.
eye opening article
I totally agree. I'm a pretty staunch defender of "patience with Maroney," but I wouldn't want that to cloud the fact that we are a better team with our full complement of RBs. That is a MAJOR injury that has made, and will likely make, it tangibly harder to win games. So far so good, but I sure would like to have Sammy Morris back.
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