Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by patsgo, Nov 23, 2007.
i cant ever remember this, especially in week 11 of a reguar season, good news just keeps coming
per reiss in his blog
Happy to see Jarvis back!!!!
don't believe it. They're all made o' glass!
Made o' glass, I Tell ya!!:help:
he'll be inactive
its a walkthrough practice basically..no contact, not full speed. They are in sweats and helmets. Chad Jackson and Stallworth took part in 1 of these when on PUP in preseason
Cannot believe how much better Mike Woicjizk(sp) and his staff have gotten since last year... unbelievable.
for the lazy (like me)...
You're welcome. Happy Thanksgiving.
"Perfect attendace for practice", sweeter words have never been spoken
I see no reason to have him play for at least a couple of weeks.
I think BB thinks that way too. It's a long season. Let Jarvis sit this Sunday.
LeKevin should be given many reps between now and the playoffs. I'd also like to see Alexander get some.
FOXBOROUGH -- The Patriots are practicing inside Gillette Stadium today, with strong winds whipping through.
Oh oh, gonna hafta run the ball more.
Josh McDaniels was very positive about Maroney in the article.
Brady's the only one listed on the injury report (wow!). Unless Jarvis is a healthy scratch it looks like he'll be suited up and playing.
I can't wait to see what Brady can do when he's healthly. It boggles the mind.
he just needed a full day rest to digest the whole turkey he ate...
He'll play if he is fit to go...I see no reason for him not play if he is all healed up and ready for action.
However, if he needs aweek or two to get back to 100% - by all means, take it.
JG us an integral part of the defense.
Only because we have the depth to by pass concerns. And Sammy Morris and Dave Thomas wave at you from the IR list as does the single remaining Pupster Troy Brown of a much longer list of Puppies...
We have had our injuries, Belichick just does not allow the Team of make excuses. Plus he does something about it and builds some depth as a prerequisite to the season. The Clots stripped their club this past off season of 9-10 valuable veterans in Free Agency to cure their coming CAP debacle, and succeeded. Polian promoted a bunch of second teamers to starters, and hoped no one got hurt. With the former reserves now starters the new substitutes,for these former reserves, in turn, are not much more than scrubs and it shows.
Long odds dice roll. It came up Snake Eyes. Polian lost, got the usual quota of injuries. But now the replacements are obviously poor, and now they b!tch about "devastating Injuries".
Cry me a river...
Meanwhile I have been saying that Marvin Harrison is a future HOF player, but he was getting old, and must start declining, ever since preseason; and the Clots had no depth. No one listened, but the results are NOW coming in...
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