I think most QB’s struggle against the blitz until the team gets a slot WR (Welker/Julian type) that knows how to get open quickly. Patriots needs one. Jocoby‘s play is similar to Troy Brown (reliable but take longer to get open).
Oooo, he’s Burn’s zz friend. Big muscles! ....so Strong!! ...so Tough!!!....Warrior!!!.. uses weapons to hit much smaller guys... ..so strong!
oh please! Barking dog gets the attention. It is the quiet ones that people should worry about.
Burns :crying: : Mac is mean, he hurt my leg.....and....and ...he hurt my feeling because he didn’t say sorry. I need a hug...
Cam : There ... there... , I know ... I know ...Mac is mean. Hee ... Hee...He took my job.
This whole things reminds of a scene from “Remember the Titans” where “Sunshine” broke DL‘s leg.
Burns want QB’s and RBs to fear them. They are crying because someone did not fear after taking a big hit.
I think LG has the biggest impact on how LT plays. For the LG position experience and communication is more important than talent. I will not be surprised if less talented Ferentz at LG and more talented Onwenu at RT show the biggest improvement in OLine play.
Brady back then was a 6th round pick and not 7 times Super Bowl winner. I understand Mac Jones will be going against the GOAT and not Payton Manning. I will not be shocked if the Patriots win this game.
Hopefully Rham spent his inactive time learning how to pass block. He got annihilated by Elandon Robert’s in week 1. Never seen any of Patriots running back embarrassed by the blitzing LB that badly before.
9-10. The kid is extremely competitive. He wants to be great. He is accountable, there is no loser mentality. He takes the blame instead of pointing the finger at his under performing team mates and coaches.