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    OPPOSING VIEWS: San Diego Wary of Patriots Tight Ends
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    There are serveral interesting headlines out of San Diego this morning, so be sure and check out this entry....

     
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    Patriots have so many other weapons that I hope SD focuses on the TEs
     
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    Two years ago nobody would have ever dreamed that the Chargers would be more concerned about the Patriots tight ends than the other way around; it's amazing how quickly that position has transformed from a weakness to a strength.

    As for the late starting time, I don't disagree with Weddle's comments. It's difficult enough for any team to cross three time zones, but a kickoff at 10:00 am your home (not local) time probably is a bit tougher than one that is at 4:00. While I would prefer the earlier kickoff time as it would be more advantageous to the Pats, it does make me wonder why the NFL doesn't have more late starts for west coast teams playing on the east coast. I know the networks prefer a 'big' late game to be played nationwide, but what it really disrupt things all that much if they shifted one or two games a week from an early to a late start?
     
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