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Time it takes Brady to get his receivers the ball

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This thread is irrelevant being that the Patriot offense is now healthy and jelled.  That was a result of the Pittsburgh game.  How come they didn't give up a franchise record in points allowed to any other team or even close this season? . 

 

Yeah the Pitt D is pretty much done.  They are talking about cutting Polamalu, etc....

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You guys secondary is not great... And we can win those one on one battles EASILY.  You are high if you think that Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson cannot get open on your average at best cornerbacks.  And then we have even more receiving weapons for you to deal with.  You guys have to remember that as good as Luke Kuechly is Tom Brady is even greater and has been around longer and can and will outsmart that kid.  He can't cover everybody. 

 

8-0 and 7-1 are the Patriots record after the bye

 

Uh, no one outsmarts Kuechly. Not even Tom Brady.

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You guys secondary is not great... And we can win those one on one battles EASILY. You are high if you think that Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson cannot get open on your average at best cornerbacks. And then we have even more receiving weapons for you to deal with. You guys have to remember that as good as Luke Kuechly is Tom Brady is even greater and has been around longer and can and will outsmart that kid. He can't cover everybody.

8-0 and 7-1 are the Patriots record after the bye

Your level of trolling is low... Your weak sauce I doubt your even a pats fan..

I'm betting your letsgoatl"s alter ego.

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You guys secondary is not great... And we can win those one on one battles EASILY. You are high if you think that Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson cannot get open on your average at best cornerbacks. And then we have even more receiving weapons for you to deal with. You guys have to remember that as good as Luke Kuechly is Tom Brady is even greater and has been around longer and can and will outsmart that kid. He can't cover everybody.

8-0 and 7-1 are the Patriots record after the bye

Secondary play goes hand in hand with DL play....

And you ain't winning that DL battle easily. Heck, a great DL can have average guys looking like a bunch of Talibs.

You lost your last road game that followed a bye....

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Secondary play goes hand in hand with DL play....

And you ain't winning that DL battle easily. Heck, a great DL can have average guys looking like a bunch of Talibs.

You lost your last road game that followed a bye....

 

 

("You lost your last road game that followed a bye....")

 

Not to sound over confident but I have a feeling they are going to lose this one as well.

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Your level of trolling is low... Your weak sauce I doubt your even a pats fan..

I'm betting your letsgoatl"s alter ego.

 

Dude says the same crap over and over. I don't really concern myself with trash talk, but even I could see pretty quickly that this guy is weak.

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I expect the Pats to go 4 or 5 wide to slow down the rush. While they won't give up the run, they won't beat their heads against a wall.

 

Brady will spread the ball around, get the DL back on their heels, then hand the ball off on delays & draws.

 

If the panthers can force 2-3 3 and outs, then go on sustained scoring drives, they'll be in the drivers seat. If they don't score TDs, the game will go down tho the last drive.

 

 

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 Here is a look at how long, on average, it takes Brady to get his receivers the ball. Make of this what you will.

 

Danny Amendola: 2.34 seconds

Julian Edelman: 2.07 seconds

Shane Vereen: 1.91 seconds

Josh Boyce: 2.93 seconds

James Develin: 3.56 seconds

LeGarrette Blount: 2.66 seconds

Aaron Dobson: 2.19 seconds

Brandon Bolden: 2.09 seconds

Stevan Ridley: 2.79 seconds

Matthew Mulligan: 2.94 seconds

Nate Solder: 2.22 seconds

Austin Collie: 2.32 seconds

Rob Gronkowski: 2.50 seconds

Kenbrell Thompkins: 2.35 seconds

Zach Sudfeld: 2.93 seconds

Michael Hoomanawanui: 2.66 seconds

 

If the Panthers pass rush is clicking, then the key to this game will be gameplanning for Edelman and (if healthy) Shane Vereen. 

 

Gronk and Amendola may make few splash plays, but drives will be sustained by guys like Edelman and Vereen, and occassionally Thompkins and Dobson.

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If the Panthers pass rush is clicking, then the key to this game will be gameplanning for Edelman and (if healthy) Shane Vereen. 

 

Gronk and Amendola may make few splash plays, but drives will be sustained by guys like Edelman and Vereen, and occassionally Thompkins and Dobson.

 

Edleman's touches have gone down since Gronk came back. The few opportunities he was getting will drop to zero if Vereen is back close to 100%. I don't expect him to see the ball much at all on offense, unless someone goes down.

 

Thomkins hasn't seen the field the past two games. Not sure if he's in BBs doghouse or what. Dobson  has taken over the #1 wr position.

 

Pats are saving Edleman for what he does best - punt returns.

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1/5 of 50 sacks on Monday.

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Pat fans sound like a replay of the 49er arrogance. My advice to you N.E. fans who think the ball game is won by shooting the crap on the internet, is to get your excuses list out and practice whining about hurt players, bad calls, the league don't let us cheat like we use to etc etc.........

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This is, ideally, where you want Newton to be within the next few years.

A quick release trumps all the athleticism in the world. That's why the winningest QBs in the league are pocket passers.

Sometimes it's a trade off for athletic QBs. They gain the quick read and release with experience, but by that time their athleticism isn't what it once was.

If, however, you can build that quick release into Newton while he's still young enough to have his athleticism, look out.

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