Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by drakesta101, Aug 11, 2009.
In case you missed it, the feature played on NFL network.
NFL Videos: Inside Patriots camp
Brady a QB sneak for the TD? Who'd a thunk it?
WWW made Chung look like me out there on that one play.
I wonder when this was recorded.There was no mention of Derrick Burgess.I just thought it was weird that neither May**** or the other analyists mentioned him.
yikes!...........we're not allowed to spell Mayco-k
That was a good video and Mayock is one of the best at what he does. I'm glad to hear that Taylor and Maroney are having strong camps.
I just watched this and couldn't help but notice the footage was old...Easy for me to tell when I was at both today and the one on 8/5 when most of this was filmed. Some of it was day one as I couldn't help but notice Bruschi on the field.
Kinda funny...NFL films was there today but shorts and tees this mourning and shells this afternoon...Guess they went with the more entertaining stock footage. Foiled by BB I guess.
Props to Mayock for noticing Brace getting work at the end as I and others who have been have noted this as well.
I liked the piece and for a displaced fan such as myself i really appreciate the insight shout out to SBB as well bringing the goods on TC
The atmosphere seems absolutely electric and its only practice!! I wish I was there. I'll def be at the preseason opener down at the linc.
Yup - thought the same thing regarding the lack of Burgess talk. But, for those of us who can't make the trip to camp, it was a nice look-in. Mayock is OK... especially when he does draft talk in the spring.
That's what stood out to me as well. I hope Maroney can shake the injury bug this year. Maroney and Taylor at full health in our backfield will make for a potent 1-2 "Thunder and Lightning" combo.
Those clips make me worry about our defense. On theother hand, it is the best offense of all time.
Yeah, exactly. In fact, I was there that day - the defense held its own earlier in practice. The defense looks good, I think.
I agree -- plus the red shirts and the lack of real tackling tend to favor the boys in white. (Just look at the session-ending "sack.") I've liked what I've seen of the defense so far.
Thanks for posting that! Now I see why people plan vacations around training camp! Mayock's commentary was terrific. Quick hits:
Welker beating Chung. Assume that was atypical for this much heralded guy, but that was embarrassing.
Even though Coach ruled it a sack, you knew Brady was going to Moss when the laps were on the line.
Brady looked as mobile as he's ever been.
Favorite Quote (paraphrased) from BB: The players decide who makes the team, we just watch and try to stay out of the way.
Nah, Chung was still on his feet and within 50 yards of Welker.
This was very nice to watch. Thanks, OP.
It gets much more real when you see this stuff! Thanks for posting. I'm excited!
Hey now! Don't be so accurate.
I haven't seen anything but Curran and Holley were talking on FSNE as if the offense looks better than ever and pretty much unstoppable. I couldn't tell if Curran was just doing a makeup for the Brady issue over the winter but they both sounded serious.
Anyone notice that side stepping action brady did before he threw the ball on that one play? Pretty good for someone who had his leg amputated according to some folks.
I posted some video in the training camp section of Brady throwing to moss ..... but I dont have 100 posts yet so I can post it in the main section of the forums.... Mods feel free to move it if you want.
Ditto. I'm excited to see what they can do tonite against a good offense, but one that is not nearly as dynamic as the one they face in practice everyday.
Man coverage on Welker is EPIC FAIL waiting to happen. He can get a jump on pretty much anyone in the league; if he were faster, he'd be almost impossible to tackle.
Even Hobbs admitted back in 2007 that Welker regularly embarrassed the Patriots' DBs . . . but it was in practice, so no one had to see their humiliation.
Edelman is faster...
I don't know if Welker defines what we all consider "fast". Welker does have what is probably the best explosion off the ball in the NFL and, while he's not the quickest guy on the field, is able to create separation within the first five steps against a DB. When you consider that with the fact that he is the kind of receiver that catches a pass and immediately takes it up field, you should be able to see why he's so hard to catch/tackle.
Another thing that makes him really good and seem really fast on the field is he can seemingly change direction at full speed or close to it and have the change be sharp and percise.
I think our defense is looking deadly this year... I'm doing whatever I can to get the Pats D on my fantasy team.
What I took from watching Mayock's piece:
Sea Bass is a very large mammal. Wow!
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