Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by HailHydra, Mar 7, 2018.
Lol agree. Just a joke though.
I was commenting just to comment. I figured with the you implied the Seahags paid dumb money to a stiff.
Funnily enough, Talib and the chain and Sherm's peak mouthiness involved the same guy.
‘To Those Who Would Call Me a Thug or Worse ...’
Oh ok lol.
Yup. I suppose the bright side is that the helmet catch doesn't sting as much now by comparison. At least that was a football play.
Just a handful of plays from the 2016 game:
Sherman barely has a flaw in his game when healthy.
Seahawks Likely To Release Richard Sherman Friday | NFLTradeRumors.com
He’s getting released tomorrow, is younger/better than Talib & likely cheaper due to injury. We can afford to let him heal up. Sherman was a better option than Talib IMO.
Well i am hoping we get on him quickly. It's about the right price.
Wonder how much Sherman will get coming off that injury.
This has gotta happen
Well with Talib gone, all eyes are now on Sherman.
I would rather have Sherman - would have been happy with Talib.
Still want to see a CB drafted before round 3 or 4 if possible.
I think he may be out of our price range.
He better not be.
Outside of concerns about a CB coming off surgery on both Achilles I agree. My thinking is the injury concerns are going to see him released (possibly with an injury settlement) and coming here on a contract much like the one Revis had. It gives Sherman a chance to prove he's worth serious green off the injury and if the Pats draft a mid round CB he gets a chance to be brought along.
Kinda tired of Foles being made out to be Geno Smith. He did have a 27TD 2INT season after all. That's a little more than pure luck.
Because we turned the ball over essentially three times and the Eagles only once.
I think it’s because we played terrible defense, allowing Philly to convert 12/18 attempts on third or fourth down. Those situations were game changers.
Just the fact that they had 18 opportunities is terribly disturbing.
OTOH, if an offense doesn't get many 3rd-down "opportunities", it may mean that they simply didn't need a full three downs to get a first down very often. That can also indicate poor defense.
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