Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by VOODOOZF, Sep 26, 2010.
Didn't see too much of Taylor today. Did he get hurt or was it a coaching choice?
reinjured his toe.
Law Firm looked like a stud*. Lets hope it isnt serious.
*-against the Buffalo Bills...
Green-Ellis looking like a stud probably isn't serious, but he did have a great game.
He re-injured his glass toe. /duck
I'm willing to believe BJ is taking the bull by the horns. Good if he has. If he runs with more power, it doesn't matter if I thought he didn't have much power, does it?
Ran into Crable on the sidelines
Both to IR tomorrow
Who would have thought having the bye in week 5 would be a welcome fixture.
On the bright side, Maroney looked pretty crappy for Denver, with the exception of one catch-and-run.
The turf claims another victim.
Uh,Maybe its the reason why he IS in Denver....huh Maybe?
I actually think BJGE is going to the the feature back for the Pats, definitely next week and quite possibly for the remainder of the season. I think he runs fairly hard and hits his holes hard. Taylor and Morris would be good change up backs, Taylor simply is too old for the demand of the every down RB position
I agree that Taylor can't stay healthy, but even at his advanced age he is still the most talented rb on the team.
I agree but Fred Taylor and Troy Brown both think highly of the Law Firm. I think we have to respect the opinion of Troy and Fred - they have been there and done that. I always doubt the Law Firm's athleticism, but he turned inside, when he could have bounced outside, for some nice pickups on Sunday. I, for one, am going to hope the Fred and Troy are right and root for the Law Firm.
This is very funny, but seriously let's hope that Crable and Cunningham can create an outside pass rush in the second half of the season.
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