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    Harris' Usage Against Texans

    Sorry if this has already been covered, but what happened with Harris against Houston? I think most assumed he got dinged or reaggravated an injury, but he recently made an Instagram post saying, "the bigger the obstacle, the greater the glory in overcoming it" (or something along those lines)...
  2. patfanken

    Idle thoughts - an abreviated version

    This was a great win against a very good team. THAT is what you all should take from this game. Why did we win? Well it's simple. They Pats followed the same formula that basically defined the 20 year run before we "sucked". We ran the ball effectively. We had turn overs and didn't turn...
  3. PP2

    How the Patriots slowed down the Chiefs, article by Brad Kelly

    https://slantroute.substack.com/p/how-new-england-slowed-down-patrick Excellent stuff
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    kc game plan

    i hope harris is active and well. kc weakness is ,run defense. we need to rush 40 +attempts. divide up about 4/6 each cam, burky ,white and jj and 8/12 each for sony and harris.this would keep mahones on bench.mix in te,s white,harry and meyers as possession receivers.
  5. PP2

    Chokeland Faders of Lost Wages @ Pats Rewatch Thread

    Title stolen from @Wordsmyth, thank you. On with it:
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    NEW ARTICLE: Monday Observations: Running Backs Key Patriots Big Win Over Mistake-Prone Raiders 36-20

    Monday Observations: Running Backs Key Patriots Big Win Over Mistake-Prone Raiders 36-20 Steve Balestrieri Observations From Sunday Afternoon’s Win Continue reading... (If you enjoyed this entry - hit the Thumbs Up/If not, hit the Thumbs down in this thread)
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    JCJ says "we've got something" for Waller

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/09/25/patriots-cb-j-c-jackson-weve-got-something-for-raiders-te-darren-waller/ Trash talk the opponent before a game... maybe this really is a new era.
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    NEW ARTICLE: MORSE: Patriots at Seattle Pre-Game Report

    MORSE: Patriots at Seattle Pre-Game Report Mark Morse Let Wilson Cook! That has been the mantra from Seahawks fans. Russell Wilson is the only NFL passer to thrown for 30 TDs in each of the last three seasons and the only passer do to it consecutive seasons. Continue reading... (If you...
  9. Double TE

    Wishbone offense

    Would Bill and Josh bring it back for the Seattle game? Would be fun to watch...
  10. betterthanthealternative

    So if that's what's on tape now, what does the Offense add next week for Seattle?

    According to Bedard: Josh McDaniels had a very simple yet effective gameplan where, basically, every play was designed to look the same. Pull a guard with a handoff, and either give it to the back, have Newton keep it and run, or have Newton deliver a quick pass (he attempted just three passes...
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    NEW ARTICLE: Patriots Week 1 Report Card, Cam Newton Era Starts Off Strong

    Patriots Week 1 Report Card: Cam Newton Era Starts Off Strong Steve Balestrieri The Patriots offense rolled up 217 yards on the ground with Newton accounting for 75 of those yards and Julian Edelman 23 more. The running backs took the rest while chipping in four catches for 34 yards. Can the...
  12. patfanken

    Idle thoughts: the "so far so good" edition

    In the run up to this game I opined that this will be a fun game to watch and we shouldn't read too much into the result regardless of how it went. In every season what happens in September rarely indicates what is going to happen in December. No doubt being 1-0 is a much better result that...
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    NEW ARTICLE: Newton on His First Patriots Win: "It was great for the team to find a way"

    Newton on His First Patriots Win: "It was great for the team to find a way" Ian Logue Cam Newton's first game as a Patriot went off without a hitch on Sunday, with the team coming away with a big win over Miami at Gillette Stadium. Continue reading... (If you enjoyed this entry - hit the...
  14. patfanken

    a Cam - Tebow connection?????

    As we get closer to opening day and wondering what we can expect from the Pats offense, this might provide a clue. I just read this over at PFT and thought it was interesting enough to start a discussion. The premise was this. Josh McDaniel created an offense designed strictly for...
  15. patfanken

    Idle thoughts - as we enter this very strange season

    This has been a real strange preseason for the NFL. VERY strange. No preseason games to gauge your team's strengths and weaknesses. Very little hitting during practices. No idea how the draftee's and other new players are going to fit in. Hard to judge the talent and depth levels in a LOT...
  16. PP2

    The Middle Eight

    Very interesting article: The Middle Eight
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    General offensive strategy

    I expect this defense to be the best in the league, and I expect this team to be as dominant as they've been since 2007(no team will ever again be that dominant). Traditionaly one would think about "protecting the QB" run more, less tight ends routes etc etc. I'm not sure this really applies to...
  18. Chevy

    2 Coach questions

    1 - Bill Belichick has a defensive game plan in the HoF. Does the defensive performance in LIII warrant a second enshrinement? 2 - Has a position coach made the HoF? Does Scarnecchia deserve a nod?
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    McVay openly discusses being outsmarted by Belichick in SBLIII

    Sean McVay knows he screwed up in the Super Bowl — and his Rams will be stronger for it
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    Padding games

    Just saw a description of how Belichick starts training his new assistants. Bill Belichick’s old-school method to developing coaches starts with pencils, papers and patience

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