Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by QB12, Aug 12, 2010.
Up: Edelman, Spikes, McCourty
Down: McGowan, Wilhite, T. Larsen
Up: Hoyer, Conneley, Tate, Murrell, Mesko, Vollmer, BJGE
Before the game I had bjge as a gonner. Now he's a 53 contendah
I was actually more impressed by Chris Taylor and if its a fight between him and Lawfirm then for me he took the lead tonight.
I don't have any downs after tonight, I don't know who was in on the OL for the last couple of series but they certainly did not do too well.
Wilhite???? He made two good plays... Something he did not do all year. He's a nickel corner and will fill that need for us
Ups - Connelly, Chung, spikes and Warren
Downs - butler on the pass int call and losing the angle on Bush.
Wows- Julian and mcourty on the returns
The Firm ran against the World Champs 1st team, not Walmart manager trainees
Eugene Chung played tonight? wth ...:singing:
3.1 ypc is nothing to shout about in all fairness.
what did you guys think of mckenzie?
bert breer is rapidly becoming my most hated reporter .. just wanted to say it ..
I'd be curious to see Taylor get some reps behind a real OL. I just never see what others seem to see in Green-Ellis.
Oh, and Edelman just keeps going up and up and up. So how do we get him and Welker on the field at the same time?
Red zone runs.
Plus, Xing the EZ ends a run
Apparently Fletcher is in the up category seeing how he replaced Mayo with the team's second unit. That can't be good for Williams and Tyrone.
I thought the TEs did their jobs very well.
Wrong Chung.... Try Patrick
Three or four wide receiver set should do it...Wes and him on the field with Moss would probably give the opposing DC a heart attack
how did price do tonite ? did he play ?
Pat, don't ever call him Patrick, he doesn't like that anymore.
Less decisive than Spikes, which mean he'll get washed out of more plays, but won't be as vulnerable to trickery. He's coming back from injury and a lost rookie season, so I imagine he'll take some time to get up to full speed.
I remember in training camp last year, Welker and Edelman lined up side by side in the slot. Seeing the two of them darting all over the field at the same time was crazy. You will see them both at the same time in some sets....and it will drive defenses crazy.
Gronk lined up next to Vollmer pushed the Saints defender back 8 yards on BJGE's TD run...just as impressive the second time I saw it
Pats are in a good position depth wise with all these youngsters.
Did Cunningham play? Didn't notice #96 ....If so, what unit was he in with...starters or 2nd unit...
Tate is going to be a nice complement to Moss......Edelman or Wes in slot....
Edelman, Tate and McCourty returning kicks/punts.....
Connelly pulled nicely on BJGE TD to block Vilma I believe....
jays52 called it a few months ago, and I can def. see where he was coming from.
Haven't seen Jays52 around lately, now that you mention him...
You judge a guy on 1 pre season game?
Chung Mesko Warren Murrell Fletcher up as well.
Maroney an enigma. At least to me.
Butler will probably still be the opening day starter on one side, but his stock dropped tremendously tonight in my eyes. He did not look like he took that giant leap that we all were hoping for. With that said, however, it was preseason game 1. Let's hope he gets better quick.
Wilhite had some GREAT plays. I don't know what game YOU were watching.
I don't think it's really a judgment of the guy, just noting those who didn't play as well as they should have.
And he is a borderline guy, playing badly could do lots of harm to his chances of making the PS let alone the final 53.
In the game I watched, Wilhite hurt his chances of making the team, Wheatley helped his and Arrington needed someone to explain the difference between "hit" and "tackle" to him.
But that's just a one-time run through during live action.
Works if you're on the three yard line.
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