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  1. BlitzFritz

    BlitzFritz Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    I had some questions about the game last night. I thought I saw a lot of Rashad Baker and Eddie Jackson, and a lot of Mike Wright. More than warranted, given injuries etc.

    1. Why were those guys in so much? Where was Geno Wilson? Was Sanders in all the time? Was BB just giving his depth more playing time??

    2. Any news on injuries to Colvin, Hobbs, Eric Alexander, Jarvis from the previous week (did he play)?

    Exciting times, exciting times down the Nov/Dec stretch!!:rocker:
     
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    Green and Alexander both played.

    Wilson was inactive again, even though he wasn't on the injury report.

    Hobbs returned to the field before the end of the game.
     
  3. shakadave

    shakadave In the Starting Line-Up

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    The hit Jarvis Green put on Ellis Hobbs was one of the harder ones you'll see.

    We seem to do that more than ever this year. One Pats defender will be standing up trying to make a tackle, and the second Pat in will hit anything moving, which often has been a teammate, rather than focusing on hitting the ball carrier.
     
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    He Ban Me Banned

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    Kinda like Junior "McPilejump" Seau last week? (or two weeks ago??) Was that ever brought up? Tedy seemed to be a little miffed at Seau for that one.
     
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