Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by ashley1992, Sep 8, 2019.
OL...please stay healthy....I beg of thee..
And Thomas and Watson.
Yeah that's the one major bummer.
Surprised it's not much of a story, but Jerod Mayo was essentially the DC last night.
Have to say, mayo/flores > Patricia. Personnel isnt that much different than 2 years ago when they got shredded
I read somewhere that the lions were up 24-6 before the game ended in a tie. Those garbage yards we routinely gave up in the fourth quarter years ago seem to be Patricia thing. Overly complicated and prevent defenses that do not work.
I didn’t think we’d beat them that bad lol.
Maybe the Steelers are junk this year
Well the secondary was not as good with Butler. Butler probably led to at least one TD per game.
As long as one of the tie-breakers is point differential then I say the Pats should try to score as much as possible every game, even if Brady sits at the end. As we all know the Pats lost the AFCE twice with the best record and missed the playoffs because of tie-breakers.
Sometimes, week 1 is a liar. Too early to tell what the 2019 Steelers will be.
That Steelers defense is the real deal. Patriots were just better.
Are you saying Ravens have a better offense than we do?
If you dismiss every catch, yes, he did nothing. If you accept that he was part of why he was getting WIDE OPEN, he had a damn fine game. His speed killed the Steelers last night, and that's how he was able to smoke past the defenders.
I just said those same words to my wife's question 5 minutes ago.
Chung played great last night.
Outstanding! A man in full!
He was out of his mind last night- reacting to plays before they happened. Think he had a PBU where he actually got to the spot before the WR did.
That reminded me of the time that Cowher did the same type of thing in the AFCCG at Pitt in 2004. I can still hear their fans booing that move.
I like the way that Bentley stopped and stayed with the center just in case something was up.
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