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By TOM

Greetings Pats Fans,

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7-Things For Miami: Part III.

By TOM

4. Pats Draft- Stanford Vs ND was an interesting game this week . I actually finished watching the Oregon-Stanford game yesterday as well. If I was picking at 32, I would have to take a long look at K.J. Costello. He has a great arm and can throw the deep ball with great touch and accuracy. He is as smart as it gets. He lost last night, but he peeked my interest against Oregon. 

I was ready to declare Justin Herbert as the top pick in the draft next year. He was great against Stanford. Then Costello kept bringing Stanford back, and bringing Stanford back, and… 

He got them in position to tie it up. Then they won the toss, and he threw for a TD to start Overtime and end it. So while Herbert did nothing wrong he was suddenly down 7 in overtime. While Herbert was more consistent through the game. Costello was more clutch at the end of the game. 

Also, if you have half a brain? Than you know that the Pats need a big time WR in this Draft. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside is the real deal. He knows how to get open in pattern, which is the number one trait for an NFL WR. He was averaging almost 25-yards per catch (Now? I don't know?). He had two great TDs against their biggest rival Oregon. He got both TDs, not through his elite size, but by running patterns. He used his speed in pattern on the first, which was a 50-yard catch, and quickness in pattern on the second, with an inside out move that left the CB in the dust. 

Though we know BB doesn't want to spend the Draft Capital on a WR. So a Day Two or Three guy could be Dillon Mitchell. A lower round guy from Oregon. He is the smaller quicker slot-sized guy that BB likes, but he has the speed to play outside like Edelman. He has some clutch in him. When things tightened up in the 4th against Stanford. Herbert went to him on four straight throws. He is the guy that Herbert looks to in the clutch.

The Irish looked great. There OLG Alex Bars was the best interior OL I've seen this year. Great job doubling down on the NT. He can send him sideways like he got hit by a car. The Fighting Irish like to run behind him. When he hits guys they go down. He knocks guys sideways like no one I've seen in a while. This guy is the most underrated OL in this Draft. He was great against Stanford. 

5. To Be Or Not To Be That IS The Question- They desperately need Gordon on the field. The fact that BB is uncertain in any way is troubling They don't beat Miami without a good game from him. Brady just doesn't have the weapons to be a great NFL QB. And all's we get from BB is, "Yeah, Josh is working hard on and off the field. He's done everything he can do." That's not a yes.

Then he went deep. "We'll," BB said, "see?"

Remember we're facing a QB who has turned himself into a winning QB. "He's a good player. He's been a good player. He's still a good player," BB said about the Miami QB. "Obviously, players get better with experience but he does everything well. He makes good decisions, gets the ball to his skill players, makes key plays in close games to help them win. That's the bottom line. Get your team to the winner's circle. That's what he does a lot of. That’s really what it's about." Brady just can't out win him by himself anymore. 

He needs help. 

He could barely contain his excitement when asked abut Gordon. "We're just working at it, too. Every day we're just learning more and more," Brady blathered. "Anytime you incorporate players and that's just [going to slow to make me do a jig] There's a process that you go through. And you're trying to get familiar with different players and what they do. We've incorporated quite a few this year and just try to do the best you can." But at least they released Coleman from the Practice Squad. That helped?!?!

If they lose this game they will be three games behind Miami in the standings, with another game coming up IN Miami. They will be 1 and 3, which not the end of the world for the Pats. But they will have to be (their lucky number;) 2 and 3 after next weeks game in Indy. So while this game isn't do or die, they have to go a minimum of 1 and 1 in the next two games, or they are done like a dead dog. 

If they lose this game they are likely to have to go through Miami in the Playoffs. Miami cannot beat the Pats in the snow in January. But they sure as hell aren't going to have trouble beating them on a warm January day in Miami. This game is as critical for the Pats going to the Super Bowl as any game this season. Unless the lose this week (because if they aren't 2 and 3 or better next week they are cooked;). Then the Indy game next week will decide the season.

Get Gordon on the Damn field. And have him just run fly patterns all game to clear it out for Gronk, and whatever bag of crap they have running patterns under them. Am I the only one who is seeing the sky is falling!

6. Let's Be Clear- And let's be clear, Miami knows what he hell their doing. They ain't chumps anymore, and it ain't snowing. Playing Miami on a cold September day is not an advantage like a cold December or January day. But it will help. 

Miami hates the Pats the way we hated the Yankees after Bucky "Fuckin'" Dent, and they are going to be looking for some scalps. "We'll bring you in there to talk to the defense about it. Yeah, and you can't stop one guy," BB said. "They attack you at all different points horizontally and vertically, so if you're deep you've got to be deep. If you're outside, you've got to be outside. If you're inside, you've got to be inside. As soon as you put too many players in one spot they go somewhere else. That's the way those 50, 60, 80-yarders come from. Discipline, tackling, leverage. Those are all critical." The Pats have beaten their ass for coming up on decades.

They want to destroy this team on the field, and they will run it up ad infinitum if they could. "Like any good passing team, it's whoever’s open," BB said. "They do a good job of putting pressure on you and getting to the open guy. They're all dangerous: backs, tight ends, receivers. Coach Gase does a good job with the scheme. The quarterback does a good job reading it. You've got to defend all of them. You can't just stop one guy." With the Pats so obviously short handed, this could become a revenge game quick.

The Pats can't look like they don't know what they're doing early in the game like last week. They have to come out early like Mike Tyson. This is a fist fight and not a football game. The Dolphins hate the Patriots with twice the fervor we hate the Broncos and sexual assaulters (or at least used to before President Sexual Assaulter;). 

They have to start this game like their hair is on fire, because it is. "There's no magic plays and I said that after the last game. There's no like, 'Hey, this is guaranteed to work or guaranteed to score touchdowns,'" Brady said "It's about good execution and good communication, good concentration and making plays on third down. We've got to do a good job of that. We haven't done a great job of that thus far, but we've been working hard on things this week and hopefully we're at a better place. 

"We're trying to make improvement and that's what obviously playing football is all about. Whether you're winning or losing this time of year, you've got to be making improvement and I don't think anyone's a finished product. We certainly aren't, but we're going to keep working at it until we get it right." They hate the Pats like we hated Indianapolis after Deflate "my balls" Gate, and the KGB, or at least used too before President Putin, and that ain't a joke. 

7. Pats Win- Pats win. I gotta go to basketball. Bye.

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

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The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:

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What happened to the Republican Party? 

 

They are now the: pro Russia, pro Putin, pro KGB, 

 

pro North Korea, and the pro Sexual Assault Party? 

 

 

 

Brett Kavanaugh proved he was 100% guilty in the hearing. 

 

Not because he was so obviously lying about: 

 

drinking, blackouts, and boofing


("That refers to flatulence," Kavanaugh lied. "We were 16.":). 

 

Just for the record, that Dumbass Trump nominated

 

 

a Boofer to the no longer Supreme Court.

 


Not because of his unacceptable partisanism and conspiracy theory. 


And certainly not because of his belligerence. 

 


His anger made him look like a Sexual Assaulter. 

 


But if I had been accused falsely of sexual assault, 

 


I would have looked as guilty as 

 

 

Lindsey Gram having a hissy fit. 

 


But the one incontrovertible fact that struck me, 


like an enema of beer swinging out of a Supreme Court Judge's butt, 


is he refused to sat the word FBI (yes I know it's not a word;). 


He didn't just refuse to say he wanted an FBI Investigation,


But he refused to even say the word.


If that were me and I was innocent?!!

 


I would have been screaming "FBI Investigation" 

 

 

like a little girl

 

 
trying desperately to get away from a sexual assaulter.


He belligerently refused to say those three letters F-B-and-I.


If his belligerence was do to being wrongly accused,

 

 
and not sexual assaulters' rage,

 


than he would not have left that room until 

 


a full FBI investigation was so ordered, period.

 


And all 11 (R)s would not of as well, instead of lying!

 


As they refused to support a full-FBI Investigation,


And for all that is a true in the world, 


Their true admission of guilt is their refusal 


to subpoena Mark Judge. 


ALL 11 (R)s KNOW HE IS GUILTY!


He showed fear and not outrage when he was asked


to simply to support an FBI investigation.


I forget who asked, but he turned ashen,


 and stumbled through his words, when asked about the FBI.


The fear on his face was so open and palpable that


if we were playing poker, I would have went all-in. 

 


In a flash. 

 


He is guilty, and told everyone watching with that fear.


His rancor could only be explained by two reasons,


One, he was innocent and his anger was justified.


Or two, he is a sexual assaulting scumbag, 


And he is living a double life of terror.


There is no doubt in my mind that he is a

 
Jekyll and Hyde drunk. 


There is a monster living in his beer stained butt 


that must never be allowed to touch a Supreme Court seat.

 
While all reasonable women felt Christine's pain.


Every man felt his outrage of false accusation,


But every man who is capable of being honest with himself,


saw that look of confused terror

 
at the mention of an FBI investigation!


Especial when it was mixed in with Mark Judge!


Even republican men would have gone all-in at the Poker table,


though they don't seem to be able to be honest with themselves anymore.


To me it wasn't his consistently stupid


lies about not blacking out, while admitting


he had to "piece things together?


That is the definition of "Blackout"


or the insanely ridiculous "fell asleep while drinking"


that is the definition of not passing out. 

 


It was the open fear on his face at the letters: 

 


F, B, and I.