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@adampellerin I know not this shampoo of which you speak

@SupremeManBoy yes, disguise, disrupt the routes & mix it up. That's what matters, not what you inevitably end up in.

Patriots installed as 3-point favorite for Super Bowl LI https://t.co/Gi3yBGnsPr

Could Jamie Collins' new deal with Browns impact Patriots’ negotiations with Dont’a Hightower? https://t.co/eDZXPgk9e0

Steelers admit they were surprised by Patriots’ offensive attack https://t.co/RYh7lTg6Ml

Patriots unveil schedule for days leading up to Super Bowl LI https://t.co/0XQwARXW4D

One example of the benefits to having Logan Ryan in the slot. Aggressive, good tackler. Playing confidently in ther… https://t.co/4uFyhZROI1

RT @WEEI: COLUMN: Is Patriots-Falcons the best offensive matchup in Super Bowl history? https://t.co/Qrj01pH1jm https://t.co/MfTaV5Drf1

RT @RyanHannable: How impressive have Edelman/Hogan been in playoffs? They have 79 percent of Brady's passing yards. Here's more:

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@SupremeManBoy Just choosing man doesn't do that, especially when pre-snap read of man invites, crossers, pick routes. etc.

@chatham58 Yup. Probably felt like He-Man for a second there.

@PhilAPerry assist on the pop from Roberts...

3 fat guys inside, who were keys going in, all played very well - Branch, Brown and Valentine https://t.co/zD24ZPicT6

Patriots had their way with Steelers RT Marcus Gilbert the other night. Here's Malcom Brown shoving Gilbert into De… https://t.co/kQIvGIZtLE

@AWash013 again, it's not a matter of whether it's zone or man the determines if Brady picks it apart. Long history of doing it either.

@SupremeManBoy No, not at all. Again, see Seattle, almost all zone. "Man" guarantees you nothing & is tried all the time. Big misperception

@Masstrask they play what they play, whatever it is. Disguise & execution is more important than what specifically you end up in

Zone D vs man D vs #Patriots O & Brady isn't the point. No diff than 🔥takes about Pats D earlier. It's playing better. SEA plays mostly zone

RT @cupofchowdah: GOOD MORNING. How will the Bruins disappoint us today?

@SupremeManBoy Right, good bet. They didn't score in Q1 w/ him, had their best drive of game immediately after injury. Story that doesnt fit

@dennisroy33 @LeBatardShow Oh we all get the show full of that witty humor and sarcasm and "out of the box" thinking that gets no ratings

@tcountie oh ok....what people?...Stop it...


Tom brady’s favorite receiver through 15 games

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  1. pherein

    pherein In the Starting Line-Up

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    glm In the Starting Line-Up

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    Out of the 297 targets to wide recievers, 82% of them are going to one person.
     
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    Ron Sellers 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    A big change from the early part of Brady's career when the ball was spread fairly equally between five or six layers. On the other hand if you have Welker, Gronkowski and Hernandez it does make sense to throw them the ball more often than you do to your fifth or sixth choice.

    What most jumps out to me is the lack of throws to the running backs. I suppose that can be attributed to Faulk being hurt and Ridley not yet being ready to be part of the passing game, but I wish they would throw more to the RBs; it's a good deterrent to aggressive pass rushes from opposing defenses.
     
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