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Losing your OLine coach due to Corona protocols right before the season isn't a recipe for success,Offensive line has been the biggest disappointment of the season. This was supposed to be our strength.
Instead we can't run and can't protect the quarterback more than 2 seconds. But the talent is largely intact. So what is it? Coaching?
Some assorted notes and nuggets from Thursday's New England Patriots practice outside Gillette Stadium ahead of Sunday's Cowboys game.nesn.com
This is what I'd want it to look like even with Herron available. I'm done with seeing him in the starting lineup.Dam... If Herron's also ruled-out, then the OL might look like this:
Cachoo - Thanksdad - Andrews - Karras - Onwenu
Hunter Henry's gonna have to help out the LT no matter who it is...
Is it really a kicking whisperer or is Folk just good? Didn't do much whispering to Rohrwasser (and only a little whispering to Nordin).
Sure, but that doesn't make him specifically a kicker whisperer. It's been demonstrated that not just any kicker can come here and be successful. Folk is just a good kicker.I think the special teams coach Accord has been doing a great job. Folk, Bailey, Gunner, Slater, Bethel, he's running the best ST in the league...
This is what I'd want it to look like even with Herron available. I'm done with seeing him in the starting lineup.
OLine looked slightly better after inserting Michael Onwenu at right tackle.
It would've looked even better if Thanksdad had been removed after his holding penalty cost Jakobi Meyers his first NFL TD and the Pats a 20/21-7 lead... That penalty & the Cachoo whiff on the very next play completely turned the game around... and Not in a good way.
Yeah Ferentz first to go this week if Mason comes back. Karras at LG and Mason back at RG. Onwenu keep him at RT.