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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    He nailed it. The o-line killed the offense. Brady can't throw when he isn't protected. No QB can.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    The O-line has been a noticeable problem in most of the Pats losses, going all the way back to the 2007 season. Neal is perpetually hurt, Kaczur is totally average on his good days and utter crap on his bad days and Koppen seems to be really struggling. Time for some new blood next year, hopefully BB will invest one of the 2nd rounders into an interior lineman or a RT.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    Our OL sucks, especially at the tackles.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    Light could be rusty. Kaczur is just crusty. I tried not to dislike his play but he is not nice.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    to be honest , earlier in the game in the 1st drive brady had a lot of time because of the run game. once they got behind it all blew up
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    The O-line isn't at fault, the play calling is.

    This game on the offensive side was way too eerily similar to how we got stuffed in the 07 Superbowl.

    Teams scouted us and knew our favorite tendencies, and stuffed them.

    Welker had 6 catches for only 30 yards. That pretty much tells you how predictable we were to the opposing defense.

    Don't go saying the Saints D-line was unstoppable or that their secondary was elite, the problems are with offensive play calling.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    I think this settles the argument that Vollmer is better than Light. By no means am I saying that we would have won this game if Vollmer played, but I am saying that Vollmer is better than Light.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    Light was probably the 2nd best OL today. Not sure how much that says about him though given the ****fest that has been the OL lately.

    Someone care to explain why BB gave Kaczur an extension? I'd honestly rather have Levoir out there than Mr. Oxycontin
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    I give Light a pass for rust. Kaczur looks like a back up type player. Somene you would be happy to have as a No. 2 but not as a starter. Neal looks like a set of 50,000 mile tires with 150,000 miles on them. He's done.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    Where are all the Kaczur defenders now?
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    KAczur is average that's why he got an average pay from the Pats..
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    Light lovers can now go into a corner and :popcorn:




    Vollmer= STUD:)


    agreed... that him playing would not have changed outcome
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    I think the bigger issue is Koppen. He seems to be losing most of his one on one battle with DL. Teams seems to be collapsing the pocket from the inside.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    Fans have been calling for a Kaczur replacement for years now.

    Why has everyone seen the need for a new RT except for BB and the front office? Same could be said about OLB's. And even though he fixed the secondary a bit, he was a year or two late on that as well.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    I, personally, have no intention of hiding in a corner. Would you care to put some facts behind your argument? O-line breakdown for each QB pressure perhaps?

    Its very easy for people on this board to watch a game at 'game speed', and then suddenly have all the answers. I would ask that people go back, and watch the game tomorrow, or weds, then comment with some facts.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    It's amazing that we can find flaws on a 7-4 team. I think we're just too used to them hitting every draft pick and nailing every random free agent pickup that we're amazed when we miss.

    I'll admit I've questioned our recent drafts but....hey, 7-4 is better than 1-9.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    No question that having Vollmer tonight would have helped the OL, not saying it would have made a difference but definitely would have helped
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    You nailed it! Smartest post game comment yet. Those new/rookie/old CB's are not that good. Great coaching and game prep enabled them to know what was coming. Coaching for the Pats was terrible. Peyton and his staff smoked BB and his. Plus the young D. hopefully next season Weis & Crennel are back. BB can't or won't do it all any more.
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    Re: MNF Recap :Jaworski blames the o line

    The game plan seemed OK at the start....run Maroney and chew up yardage and the clock...I liked it...Maroney sure liked it and Brady wasn't really rushed at that point...when it turned,as far as I'm concerned was Brady's first INT...he was forced out of the pocket and made a bad decision...from there, the Saints smelled blood...you could feel their defensive intensity go up a few notches.

    N.O. starting two corners who were out of football last week and watching them make huge play after huge play seems to go to Payton's breakdown of the Pats offense and his ability to get the D on the same page.

    Once the Dome started to rock and there was that momentum shift, it was all uphill from there. It's a team game...the better team won tonight. I don't usually dog a player unless it's obvious he's a POS, but after watching Kaczur out there looking like he was running in quicksand trying to block anybody, I think th Pats need to make a move NOW to solidify the right tackle position. I think BB will get this done since he usaully sees eveything far more clearly than I ever could. The rest of the gripes about Koppen and Neal...hey, it was a tough game for everybody...look at Wilhite's game...jeez...we won't see N.O. again this season unless it's on a neutral field....I'd like to see the Pats get another crack at them and Mr. Untouched Brees...whack Mr. Safety Kleen around a few times and let's see how HE responds.

    just my two cents...
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