And let's not forget that the Patriots have continuity now on offense, a long history of running their offense in this league. The 2001 Patriots were coming off an offense designed for big armed Drew Bledsoe, and it was still a Ron Erhardt offense. Weis is the guy who designed what we have now...
It is really hard for me to fathom how a college football coach doesn't know basic rules of football. Throwing the ball over a receivers head intentionally into the sidelines has happened 200,000 times over the years, and never once been called intentional grounding. Why? The QB is not until...
I watched a QB take a snap back up two steps and throw the ball in the 3rd row of the left sideline 3 straight plays to “waste clock” I’m still unsure how none of them were intentional grounding
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I had a very long nightmare last night. It was about how Brady leaving the Patriots triggered a series of cataclysms worldwide. The worst of it was a viral pandemic that killed millions, had everyone locked down in their home, kids weren't in school etc., people lost their jobs. Horrible...
Belichick is building a great defense, and a fantastic running game with one of the best OLs in the league.
But we have a new stud QB and I can't help but notice the kid is going to war with the kind of receiver crew that the greatest of all time had.
I mean--it is really beyond bizarre. For...
Are people misreading Brady's comment about, "It's not, I have all the answers!" as a dig at Belichick? Clearly Brady meant that football is collaborative. And despite his 20 years in the game, he doesn't show up and say I have all the answers.
Holy cow, you're hopeless.
He passed out of it. He didn't run out of it. Brady has designed roll outs too especially in Tampa. Every QB does. In fact, it's what you want for rookies as it limits their decision making.
Sean Clifford, a stiff, runs the ball as much as Fields in college. And he can't run. Thats the college game.
I watched Fields stand in there all year taking hits, and yes they run in college when the pocket breaks down. But Fields stands in there a long time. Longer than most.
Totally disagree. Stiffs like Sean Clifford run the ball 10x a game in college. It's the nature of the college game.
This argument is really sad. A pocket passer is a guy who stays in the pocket as long as he can. The running QBs like Cam have running plays called for them often, or Lamar...