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  1. Captain Cliche

    Build Roster for Rookie Running QB??

    Here's my Dumb Question of the Week: What if you build your roster to accommodate a "dual threat" QB on his rookie contract? Advantages: 1. These QB's can be found lower in the draft (Lamar Jackson drafted #32), or worn out vets near minimum (see Newton, Cam...yuck). 2. Avoid crippling...
  2. DropKickFlutie

    Throwback: Patriots 2011 2TE Offense. 2Hrs of All-22 Tape

    Not entirely all-22 tape, but a 2-hour cutup of Gronk and Hernandez getting targets in 2011. This offense had Gronk, Hernandez, Welker, Branch, OchoCinco. In terms of the 2021 team, I'm really excited about Jonnu Smith. This guy is lightning quick, excellent in screen catches and elite run...
  3. D

    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)...
  4. patfanken

    A few "idle thoughts"

    1. The reason for even starting this thread was a thought that occurred to me the other day. When the season started the Pats ran a lot of RPO's which featured Cam doing what Cam does best. This continued through the 2nd game even though we saw the potential of what Cam's arm could do, even...
  5. Triumph

    Reiss - NE has the highest rate of WR non separation in the NFL

    Boo ESPN. Not going to open it. They lie. Harry is ready to break out. Cams fault.
  6. J

    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.
  7. PP2

    Chokeland Faders of Lost Wages @ Pats Rewatch Thread

    Title stolen from @Wordsmyth, thank you. On with it:
  8. J

    Running Backs (Five-Headed Monster)

    White, Michel, Burkhead, Harris and Taylor all need to be on the roster.
  9. D

    Some Thoughts About the SEA-NE Game

    I kept some notes while I watched and am jotting them down here: Seattle's cohesiveness and experience, especially on the offensive side of the ball, played a big role. You can tell NE still has horses under the hood to unlock as they gain more experience playing together. Russell Wilson is so...
  10. P

    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...
  11. Double TE

    Wishbone offense

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

    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...
  13. Simpelton

    The Pounding Pats

    Looks like we're going to be pretty run heavy this year, with a premium rushing QB who's really good at RPO offense we're going to be abusing any team with a vulnerable D line. We're somewhat used to a finesse style offense, quick release surgical attack. Brady is the best in the world at that...
  14. P

    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...
  15. 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...
  16. BaconGrundleCandy

    Words on things I watched, read & heard

    OL - I asked two people I trust who were up there this summer and more importantly, who will actually talk to me. "Who was the best group & player from that unit". Both said secondary/OL. One person ... "Defensive Backs but actually the (OL) has been on a mission They've been right there all...
  17. Gumby

    WRs in lieu of TEs?

    so BB has finally found some tall WRs that he likes. At same time, he has lost all his experienced/trusted TEs. Harry =6'4" Thomas =6'3" Gordon =6'3" I was just wondering if he wouldn't see the opportunity to play some of these WRs as if they were tes. In the pats offense, all the players...
  18. QuantumMechanic

    OTish: How did various pass routes work NFL-wide last season?

    "This year, we're looking at the 13 routes with at least 400 targets to wide receivers and tight ends -- curl, out, slant, dig, screen, drag, deep cross, go/fly, post, broken play, flat, corner, and fade routes. Readers of previous years' articles will remember us covering comeback and seam...
  19. PP2

    The Middle Eight

    Very interesting article: The Middle Eight
  20. T

    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...