Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by FortLauderdaleBroncosFan, Sep 27, 2006.
Yeah that sucked to watch the first time on TV. Thanks.
Blah blah blah.......like there aren't 500 hits in the NFL just like it all season long. I must say though, I believe DJ Williams will become a good NFL linebacker though, got to see him play at DeLasalle here in the bay area when he was a high schooler. He was a great RB in High School believe it or not.
I had to wipe the smile (and rocker) off his post.
Hard hit. I've seen Faulk get clocked at least two times so far this season but he bounced right back up.
I was at the game and couldn't tell who it was but who were the two players that collided near the beginning of the game. I was a good collision near the line of scrimmage. The end result was the Pats player got right up. The Broncos player tried to get up, stumbled around a little bit and then hit the deck and had to be helped off the field. Do you have video of that one?
Helmet to helmet and no one even questions this. a hard hit, but pretty bs.
I thought Wilson's hit on the broncos FB, the FB, was way better. Plus, it caused a fumble. Oh wait, we were playing the donkies so ofcourse that had to be ruled an incompletion.
Just who from the denver organization is going down on the refs?
brady let him out to dry on that one
Actually it was shoulder to chest.
Actually, shoulder to chest was a big part of it, but so was helmet to helmet. Can't do anything about it now. Game is over and we lost.
That was D.J. Williams tackling Ben Watson - details in the Breakdown thread - O1 series - Watson caught the ball for a yd gain off a crossing pattern underneath the Denver LBs.
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