Pro Bowl Player
Nailed this one.
I think we need more then 2 especially with no FB.It does not matter. We need a TE3 and maybe a TE4. What Asiasi has done since drafted is immaterial, we have to someone to back up Henry and Smith. It will be Asiasi or another, plus most likely Keene or another. Right now I do not see "or another" walking through that door.
With 17 games available Zappe might get his 6,000 yardsI want Thornton, Aghaloe and Bourne to each have 1000 yards this season, Henry to have 600 and Smith to have 500, amd Meyers to 700 yards. Then the misc yards from the other recievers. Rham to also rush for 1000 yards. Only then will I be happy
His weakness is his calf muscles.Anyone have memory on Trent Brown last year? I'm trying to remember where his weakness was, because if it's on the standup and position (before contact and holding ground), I have to wonder if him losing weight is going to help him out a lot. Seems like he's quick to get up and he's still a mountain so the lost weight didn't hurt his best impression of a brick wall.
You get a touchdown, I get a touchdown. Everybody gets a touchdownI must repeat, his name is literally Spanish or Italian or something for "so so." Thus far, so-so has been a stretch goal. But sure, okay, maybe now he's got the fear of God in him. Or at least Godchaux.
Who gets the TDs? And to stay realistic Mac only has 50 to spread around.
It's kind of cool to see a kid that age as we start the next QB cycle again... and to him, Brady will always be that guy the geezers wouldn't shut up about. Must be like being Greek after the "Heroic Age". Yeah talk to me when you have a golden fleece *****.
You know this for sure? They've run zone blocking before. They are probably bringing elements of that game without removing Mac's strengths. I would say they are trying to play more to his capabilities with the offense changeMac Jones' strength is supposed to be his cerebral game. The Patriots are switching to an offense that, compared to what was there, minimizes the cerebral game of the QB. And they're doing it without having anyone who's run that system before.
Anyone have memory on Trent Brown last year? I'm trying to remember where his weakness was, because if it's on the standup and position (before contact and holding ground), I have to wonder if him losing weight is going to help him out a lot. Seems like he's quick to get up and he's still a mountain so the lost weight didn't hurt his best impression of a brick wall.
His weakn is his appetite. Read where he was over 400 a couple of seasons ago. No wonder his calf muscles aren’t up to the load. Slimming down to 365 will be good for him,His weakness is his calf muscles.
TE3, maybe. TE4, why?
2 TE is also not that far fetched. The Patriots have done it before, even in the Gronk era when the position was heavily used. Teams do it every year.
I think Fears and the coaching staff loved JJ last year. But it didn't quite translate to the field and it looks like he has a tough road to the 53 this year.Everyone has their dark horse, mine is JJ Taylor. I know Rham is improving his pass catching skills, everyone seems high on Monty, Strong looks like he could be good, but James White has always been one of my favorites and when we signed Taylor last year he seemed cut from the same cloth as Meggett, Faulk and Sweet Feet.
Crowded RB room this year, which is nice, but I'm pulling for JJ. So far tho', pretty quite.