Only that Andy Reid wouldn't use him in The Super Bowl despite one of the worst performances for an offensive line in almost history of the game.
So FWIW Andy Reid thought Durant was worse than those backups nine months ago.
Not enough to judge, but we know that.
Yes we all saw the game.
If you view my posts in this thread I am referring specifically to the defense's inability to stop the run when they need to. This is a carry over from last year.
Your helpful recap reflects mostly passing when Miami felt the pressure to score to win the game...
C'mon sports aren't judged by numbers. The last three minutes, and whatever (when the offense needed another chance) was one of the most horrific performances I've ever seen. Which was the problem last year. First and 14 from the five.
Yeah they can work this out, but with the game on the line...
Yes stopping the run is correctable provided the team has the personnel to do so. No one is arguing that. But when the issue is repeated from the previous seasons there is more cause for concern.
Did you feel there was a chance the tight end situation would improve after game one last season...
But you can make a judgement if the problem is the same as it was last year. If Cam were still QB many would agree.
The only issue I am concerned about is they can not stop the run. Did you see the Dolphins push the pile at the end? That was a huge issue last year and looks similar this year.
Understand your comment, but was thinking of Uche as more than a situational player. I know that this was only the first game, but it's his second season.
I agree with Woozy's point, but the pass rush was a disappointment for me. I don't know if Uche would have made a difference if he played...
There's actually more flexibility now because of six extra practice squad spots, the new back and forth practice squad rule, plus three week return IR.
The ninth offensive line lineman, Yasir Durant, is likely a development player. Under the new rules I think he is further from playing than...
The rules are a little funky this year, but my interpretation is NOBODY needs to be cut to get Hoyer activated to the roster week one.
Teams are allowed to add two players from the practice squad for the game. So the actual roster can be 55 on game day.
They can add Hoyer and worry about...
I hear ya, but thought the kids outplayed him, and Montravius looked a little lost against the Giants.
He would have been invited back likely, but I'm good with what we have.
And we stole one from the Ravens so no complaining!
At the risk of this statement not aging well, the roster management by the Patriots during this cut down and practice squad creation has been flawless.
They've lost really no one and have assembled a deep unit.