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    Re: Breer:Tale of the tape -Pats@Dolphins

    Best NFL analyst I am aware of.
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    Re: Breer: Tale of the tape -Pats@Dolphins

    Some interesting parallels and differences with my breakdown, which is so far through three quarters.

    Connolly had a very solid 1st-3rd quarters, and so Breer's criticisms seem to be coming from 4th quarter plays I haven't seen yet.

    He also notes that Mayo and Guyton had trouble with Bess and Fasano routes across the middle; I can only think of one catch from each that fits that description. Otherwise the Pats protected the middle like their first born.
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    Re: Breer: Tale of the tape -Pats@Dolphins

    Noticed Pryor with a huge stop on the runner in the backfiled on a 3rd down. Great play.
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    Re: Breer: Tale of the tape -Pats@Dolphins

    Pats1, your assessment is on, in regard to the middle, because it wasn't like that in the first game and I think this was an area of concern for us, and something we wanted to correct this time around.
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