Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by long distance, Sep 15, 2019.
He had the MRI this morning, right?
Ok. Let’s look at the how the schedule looks while Wynn is gone. Not to mention the bye week is week 10 which will be 8 weeks.
Doesn’t look too bad outside of that Baltimore road trip if you ask me.
I've been saying it all day, but my degree is in journalism FWIW.
So when you're told "week-to-week" (and that was what everyone had been told) and report it, then you have reported inaccurately. Even if it happened to be accurate at the time.
I'm really thrilled it's not season ending. Get healthy for mid-season and the home stretch.
At least Jimmy G lasted 6 quarters
This is fine. Our regular season schedule for the next couple weeks is completely fine and we still have two top guards in the NFL in Thuney and Mason. Ted Karras would be a starter on most teams as well. Now, the goal is to emphasize the run game to keep the pass rush off guard and fill the playbook with short, intermediate passes. Naturally, having the best WR core in the NFL helps alleviate some concerns.
Isaiah Wynn will be 1 of the players coming off IR at the earliest possible time. Per the current WR core, I see no reason for Harry to not have a redshirt season. Edelman and Gordon should be here for the season as should Dorsett. Harry was already having a tough time during the camp, so he's in no way even an upgrade over Meyers at this point. Let him have a season to actually learn to get separation from WRs. I'd actually rather bring back another player than Harry. Let's see how it plays out over the next couple weeks.
Baltimore, and maybe Cleveland. The way Myles Garrett had his way against the Jets can be cause to worry. And, judging from his play from last night's game, seems like Garrett may be a bit of a dirty player.
Yes, quick slants work well on 3d and 10
Us at home vs. Cleveland. That individual matchup may be a problem, but I trust our coaches to out coach their coaches by a mile.
Getting him back for this stretch is all I care about.
If ever there was a time when losing a key guy for 8 weeks was doable, it is now.
Can we make it the last biggie?
Newhouse is the Swing Tackle, though he might be the Starting LT for the foreseeable future.
It's going to be interesting to see just what the Pats do..
What they need to do is keep the opposing team honest with a healthy balance of Runs and Play-action passes and screens..
Odd year BS starting early
Well that sucks. So much for taking Rapoport's tweet too serious. Week-t0-Week my ass.
I suppose similar to putting Andrews on season ending IR just to not even get into a situation where he puts himself into harms way it also makes sense to just put Wynn on ice for 6 weeks to so he doesn't consistently reaggravates the injury and plays the entire season hobbled.
Injuries and odd years. Jesus..
We’re winning the super bowl. I don’t care if the entire offense is injured. The defense is good for 14 per game and your not scoring, ergo. Don’t sweat it
This "injury bug in odd years" is fiction. Why do I say that? Because they put 16 people on the IR last year and 16 people the year before. We didn't have nearly as many go to the IR in 2016.. But we DID have players injured in Solder. In fact, 2016 I remember every one on the O-line except Andrews missed games.
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