Fozzy did play rather well tonight, but my stance is that Fozzy has hit his ceiling and it's relatively low. He's serviceable, sure. But it would kill me to let Wegher slip through our fingers in the interest of holding onto a 1980's Kirstie Alley when we could have a 1980's Alyssa Milano that could turn into a late 90's/early 00's Alyssa Milano.
Yea, last year he seemed to have really good hands, I don't remember any ridiculous drops like we've been seeing this preseason. It's probably mostly mental, but might have something to do with him supposedly bulking up a little. Might throw off his balance or hand/eye coordination or something crazy. Who knows.
I agree with you but with one exception. The Tolbert TD: everyone including fans and the Patriots expected another run up the gut. I expected a Cam dive. But they were actually able to punch it in with a play that we didn't expect.
Shaq didnt really make splash plays like last week, but definitely played well overall. He had one hit on a screen pass, got off a block but slightly misjudged the timing or something and just hit the ballcarrier with one arm but stuck to him and made the tackle. I'll say this, Shaq appears to be much stronger than his slight frame would imply.
The second drive was abysmal, but after that he was throwing real nice balls and making real good decisions. We need to introduce Philly to Jerry (Rice) for some of that extra help with keeping the ball stuck to his hands.
Legit thread. The only threat Brady was missing was Gronk. Hell, they had more at WR than we did. Edelman, Lafell, whoever else are JAGs. Beneficiaries of a great QB and great system. What our defense did today was significant, no taking anything away from it. They looked incredibly impressive for all but one drive.
The ignorant minority will always get attention over the less ignorant majority, but people making generalizing comments about this being an American thing obviously haven't spent significant time in other countries. Racism is alive and well all over the world. If anything, the U.S. is comparatively progressive in this arena.