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  1. satz

    satz 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Feb 12, 2006
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    I see quite a few pts to ponder upon on the game .
    first this is not baseball and nfl is a system where the teams are constantly pushed down to 8-8.So every a win against any team is good not ugly .

    Their coach was the creater of the greatest show on turf give him some due.He also had played BB before and won / lost againt him.
    He is very familar with what BB does in that he plans for the opponents weak pts. Considering this he out thought the coach for a while.
    Their receivers are all top 10 picks and it showed .

    Offensively i thought we did good.Their defence was better prepared ..They did what we did to payton in 04 in foxboro made brady sit for so long and never gave him time in the field to get a rhythm once they did the game looked different.Look at the time of possession that is where we lost.

    A Win is always Big and expecially with the ravens and colts loss.

    We for the first time this season had a 100yrd+ receiver and corry was himself he gets better as you run him more .

    Hopefully,this wakes us up to less penalties and i do not know if someone noticed but we were trying to strip the ball every time ...seems like the chicago defence has taught something new to ours.

    the DL is dominating and special teams on punt return and field goal has improved alot.Look at the attack angles of the players and compare to before .
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2006
  2. jczxohn1

    jczxohn1 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    May 13, 2005
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    Detriot is a very talented team that hasn't "learned how to win" yet. They should be much improved next year. The RB, R. Williams, and Flurry are all playmakers. Good pass rush, better than the Bears. Still can't think of Kitna as more than a top-level back-up, with a good pick next year that Martz can train from the ground up, they will be contenders in the NFC North in '08.
    Millen leaving can't hurt, either.
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