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Pats Inactives: Seymour, Bruschi, L. Sanders, Yates, Ventrone, Green-Ellis, Britt

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  1. Disco Volante

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    Re: Pats Inactives (Seymour, Bruschi)

    my thoughts per player in order:

    we might need him
    dont really need him
    dont get hurt MFC or KOC
    crap
    eh.
    kinda bad
    oh f*ck
    eh again
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Bruschi, Seymour)

    Lewis Sanders hurts. James better be good to go for all 4 quarters.
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Bruschi, L. Sanders, Seymour)

    The biggest loss is not Seymour; it is Lew Sanders.
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Seymour, Bruschi)

    You underate Ventrone. He has been a monster on ST and is the next Izzo.
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Seymour, Bruschi)

    he's good just we'll be fine without him
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Bruschi, L. Sanders, Seymour)

    Not today. Sanders cannot cover (or protect Hobbs deep), but he can play the run. There should be few passes today, especially deep. THe key will be stopping the run, and for that we have no sub close to Sey .
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Seymour, Bruschi)

    Yeah. :( At least a couple of teams have already figured out that they do not want Bubba introducing himself to their return men. :)
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    Re: Pats Inactives (Seymour, Bruschi)

    Furthermore, given the extreme elements today, the punting game will be even more important.

    Not having Ventrone today is horrible.
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    Here's how the inactives were listed on the injury report:

    DE - Richard Seymour
    OUT - Back*

    ILB - Tedy Bruschi
    OUT - Knee*

    S/CB - Lewis Sanders
    OUT - Shoulder**

    S/WR - Ray Ventrone
    OUT - Jaw*

    OG/C - Billy Yates
    OUT - Hand*

    OT - Wesley Britt
    -none-

    RB - BenJarvus Green-Ellis
    -none-

    3rd QB - Matt Gutierrez
    -none-


    And the active players on the injury report:

    QUESTIONABLE
    ILB - Gary Guyton (Ankle)**
    OT - Mark LeVoir (Ankle)**
    CB - Deltha O'Neal (Ankle)**
    OLB - Vince Redd (Ankle)**
    S - James Sanders (Abdomen)**
    DE - Ty Warren (Groin)**

    PROBABLE
    CB - Ellis Hobbs (Shoulder)**
    OT - Matt Light (Shoulder)**
    NT - Vince Wilfork (Shoulder)*

    * = did not participate in practice
    ** = limited participation in practice
    *** = full participation in practice


    Today's Expected Depth Chart:

    QB - Cassel
    QB - O'Connell
    3rd QB - Gutierrez

    RB - Morris
    RB - Faulk
    RB - Jordan
    FB - Evans

    TE - Watson
    TE - Thomas
    TE - DeVree

    WR - Moss
    WR - Welker
    WR - Gaffney

    WR - Aiken
    WR - Washington
    WR/S - Slater

    LT - Light
    LG - Mankins
    C - Koppen
    RG - Neal
    RT - Kaczur


    OG/C - Hochstein
    OT - LeVoir
    OG/C - Connolly

    LE - Warren
    NT - Wilfork
    RE - Green


    DE - Wright
    DE/NT - L. Smith

    LOLB - Vrabel
    SILB - Seau
    WILB - Mayo
    ROLB - Colvin


    ILB - Guyton
    OLB - Redd
    ILB - Izzo

    CB - Hobbs
    CB - Wilhite
    S - Meriweather
    S - J. Sanders


    CB - O'Neal
    CB - Richardson
    S - Spann

    K - Gostkowski
    P - Hanson
    LS - Paxton
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    i hope sanders is good to go full game

    i think well be able to make do without seymour, it sucks, but we can do it...

    i mean, now the bills wont just be running to their right, theyll split it up, so the defense wont be way too tired on one side...

    just have mayo shade a little to his right....
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