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  1. SVN

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    On if receiver Chad Jackson was deactivated for Sunday’s game due to his hamstring flaring up
    “He was inactive because we felt like we had other players that were … we felt we put our best 45 out there. That’s the 45 that were active, that’s what we felt those were for this particular game.â€

    interesting he didnt mention an injury deactivation...could be some kinda healthy scratch

    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/reiss_pieces/
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    Could it be the "maturity issue"??? Doesn't sound like he was injured, but we all know how BB loves to give out info!:D
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    yeah could be a some kinda punishment or something...
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    That could also mean that his unjury hampered him enough so that there were other players who were better than him at that point.

    Classic BB talk. Who really knows....
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    If that was the case he is a fool, it seems to me that we are very predictable eith this offense. we need to start out strong with mabey some trick plays right out of the box, this would make this team much better.

    This team has the talent, they seem to not whant to use it, I dont know why they waited to the second have to put doug in. he seems to be a good WR. to me if we want to win then they better put doug and jackson out thier, instead of troy and cadwell.
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    this is my concern. that he just doesn't understand enough of the offense.

    you can only run so many basic vertical routes on champ bailey

    I really hope this kid picks things up because he's obviously got tons of potential
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    This is how he always answers questions about inactive players, regardless of if it was a broken neck of a healthy scratch.
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    Let's not get excited here. Brady on EEI this morning said Jackson was a game time scratch because he couldn't get his leg to loosen up. For BB not to give a reason isn't something new.

    Brady interview:
    http://rope.weei-am.fimc.net/podzinger.htm
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    Until proven otherwise Chad Jackson = Bethel Johnson.
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    #24 Jersey

    Fine, until proven otherwise Reggie Bush = Kevin Faulk. In both cases there's every reason to believe it won't be true.
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    Was does Chad start out being the worst case scenario? Can't we just assume he is what he is, a very talented young receiver who has yet to get healthy enough and stay on the field and really do anything? I don't know why we should immediately assume he is a bust until proven otherwise.
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    GOD...I hope not.
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    Hey don't be ragging on Kevin. He's a very good player and I greatly appreciate what he adds to this team.

    (Though I get your point.)
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    #24 Jersey

    Hey, I love Faulk too. But if Bush ends up having the same career, he'll be a big disappointment.
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    Me too and I said it. But he has to find a way to get out there play.
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    It would have more of an affect and be more appropriate if you said Reggie Bush=Lawrence Phillips or Ki-Jana Carter. Those two were both first round picks with big expectations like Bush. Faulk was what a third rounder or so. I don't think anyone expected him to be the next coming of Gale Sayers.
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    Until proven otherwise in 2006, Tom Brady = John Kitna

    Until proven otherwise, Laurence Maroney = Jon Stevens

    Until proven otherwise, Dave Thomas = Rod Rutledge

    Isn't this fun? :bricks:
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    Well, we agree. The reason I used Faulk over, say, Phillips, is that Bush was the #2 pick whereas Jackson was just a second round pick. Regardless, we agree that the initial statement was without merit.
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    Ooooo I have some more:

    Stephen Gostkowski = Doug Brien

    Vince Young = Andre Ware

    DaBrickishaw Ferguson = Robert Gallery

    Mario Williams = Sean Ellis
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    Good ones, although I would go with Missin' Sisson instead of Brien.

    In all serious, I think when all is said and done, Houston will be wishing that Williams was as good as Ellis.
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    You forgot

    Chad Jackson = Bethel Johnson.
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    How was this an interesting comment? He has said it probably 100 times about dozens of players in the last 6 years.

    It is one of his standard quotes.
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    The kid is injured.

    End. Of. Story.

    Why don't these fickle fans go infest a Sox board or something? There's no refuge to be sought from these idiots.
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    Excellent point. The best thing about this loss is that maybe some of these fickle fans will take a hike.

    I am hesitant to spend too much time here right after a loss since the people I am most interested in hearing from will be drowned out by the "sky is falling" crowd.

    Did one of the newbies actually call BB a "fool" in this thread??!!

    Unbelievable!
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    sounds like Bill Belicheck has lost his ******* mind! What's with this guys ego? He thinks Jonathon Smith is better than Chad Jackson? WTF! This guy may never reach his full potential if Belicheck keeps holding him out. If true that is a bunch of bull****!
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    Yeah, it's too bad we don't have a top head coach who won't hold us back. :rolleyes: ;)
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    Let's see now, game 3 none conference, 2-0 record both conference wins.

    Gab needed some reps, Cald needed more work, Troy needed a transplant,
    j/k.

    To me Denver is was a totally nothing game. Revenge? Hardly.

    After the bye I'll start to worry, for now, rum and coke with a camel cig, thx. :D

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