Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by eom, Sep 11, 2013.
has he got one?
Not that I am aware of.
He will be on WEEI from noon to 2 today with a "special day-of-game edition of The Chatham Report"
Some comments from his Twitter account yesterday:
Review of Jets film...media couldn't paint worse pic. Forget quotes/trumped up irrelevant crap. Jets D is sick: talented with tough scheme.
Agree (that the Jets defense should keep them in the game, but the pressure is on their offense to take advantage). Just don't think (the Jets are a) joke or circus- -whatever else you've read. Not explosive O, but dangerous (because) of D.
Does Brady have enough weapons to solve it? Weapons aren't the issue as much as solving riddle of the different fronts and pressures he'll see on a short week of prep - very different.
Agree (hopefully Edelman can work middle of the field). Agree. Or need Sudfeld involved (if healthy) or more Hooman, which could be difficult if they decide to go with a 6-man protection.
(Geno Smith is) talented, but not there at this point. Careless w/ ball & decision makin has long way to go. Could develop, but looks super raw.
(How would he attack the Jets): My guess is go quick to make them get aligned, declare, & get ball out before pressures can arrive. Need TE/MOF production.
Here is his column from this morning:
Chatham: Tape, not stats, key to game | Boston Herald
The article focuses on three topics: Geno Smith versus the New England defense; the Patriots offensive line versus the Jets D; and the Pats pass rush.
The Patriots offensive line and backs need to do a better job of locating/identifying off-the-ball rushers in pressure packages. The Detroit preseason game featured a slot corner pressure that the protection never seemed to figure out. That game tape likely invited Buffalo defensive coordinator Mike Pettineâ€™s own version last week that hurt them some, as well.
Pettine and Rex Ryan were partners for years, so itâ€™s likely those elements will reappear again this week, as is often the case until youâ€™ve solved the â€śWhoâ€™s coming?â€ť Rubikâ€™s Cube. When the Patriots do, theyâ€™ll be back as one of the best offensive lines in the game.
He's also a regular on NESN, so occasionally there may be some short clips with his analysis there:
NESN Sports Today | NESN.com
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