Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by pats1, Dec 27, 2006.
no suprises pretty normal
After I read this I said let Brady sit this one out.
Cassel and Testaverde...come on down!
Let the man rest
Agreed, absolutely no reason to risk Tom.
Brady will definitely play a little. He has a pretty impressive streak going and I'm sure that they will acknowledge that. But I agree that he shouldn't play more than 10 minutes.
Others that I would like to see sit out include Wilfork, Watson, Maroney, Dillon (for the second half), Warren, Seymour and Bruschi/Vrabel for the entire second half. Plus, if any of the OL are nursing anything I want them to sit for much of it. They are the hardest to give a lot of rest to because there aren't enough guys on the roster to sit all of them.
I actually want Harrison to play at least a half because I think it will be better for him to get out there than getting more rest.
Really? No reason to "risk" Brady? You act like this game against Tennessee is meangingless. Its not. Its not like last year where we want to play the Jaguars.
You did see the helmet spearing he took, right? Maybe you could say that kind of thing can't be aggravated/made worse, but even on TV you could see the upper right part of his back cave in. Tough call. If I see him sit out, I'll worry that he's still hurting because he is so tough and almost always shakes off the injuries. If he plays, I'd worry also. Part of the game, I know.
Passing game still needs work. They'll play Brady.
Well there goes the opportunity for perrenial inactive Marquis Hill to get some play time. Saban really screwed us geting us to waste a 2nd round pick on the guy.
If it's not meaningless, what's at stake exactly?
Starting streaks are really important to players. Brady will at least start.
I believe the third seed is up for grabs. That could potentially be the difference between an AFC championship game at home or on the road.
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