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Game Two: Part VI.
and 10, Pats went Empty. Trent Brown picked up the small speedy outside
blitzer. He got a little off balance getting lower than normal, but still
punched him past Brady with the greatest of ease. Which gave Brady time to
hit Edelman crossing.
and 5, Jeremy Hill ran for the First. "I think we have good depth and
competition at running back. All of those guys have performed well in the
spring, in training camp, and the ones that played tonight had an
opportunity," BB said. "Mike [Gillislee] and Jeremy both got a
number of carries. Ralph [Webb] got carries too. I don’t know if we had
30 carries, but we must’ve had close to that. So it was a good
opportunity for all of those guys to carry the ball a little bit, to have
some contact, read blocks.
our offensive line had a chance to come off on the ball and do some run
blocking. That will help us in the evaluation of those players and also
give us something to build on schematically from some corrections that we
need to make or some things that we did well." Hill is a much better
RB than Gillislee.
and 10, the Pats lined up in a Strong formation. Hill ran inside a little
on the Fake Toss, which froze the defense a little. Then he turned and got
outside the numbers to hit the Safety. Brady dumped the ball off to
Patterson behind him. Patterson ran past the Safety, and the DB pushed him
in front of Hill. He took off down the sideline. like Apollo with winged
feet. He flapped and flew his way over three defenders and kicked the
pylon to the sun as he scored. But the damn refs thought they saw him step
out of bounds at the Forty (okay so he stepped out of bounds, but still;).
has unbelievable speed. "He's a very talented player," BB said.
"We knew that when he was in college when he came out of Tennessee.
He was drafted in the 1st round. Defensively, in the times that we played
him, that usually comes into being part of the scheme. So how the Raiders
or Minnesota used him and who else he was in there with and where they
aligned him and so forth were probably more of the focus." He made
the entire Philly secondary look slow and pathetic.
can just run patterns to get open? " Obviously, the kickoff returns
and other things he did in the special teams area were very noteworthy as
well," BB said. "But we were aware of his physical skills. And
we talked about those. But the way he was used was specific to those teams
and their offensive and special teams systems. That's how we looked at it
defensively." He could be an All-Pro WR if he could.
and 10, the Pats lined up in a 4-Wide Weak shotgun. White got in another
great Chip, and then got open in the Flat. But Brady was looking at the
other side of the field. He got hit, and had to take off to his right. He
somehow got the ball to Will Tye for a First. 1st and 10, the Pats went
3-Wide Singleback. Brady handed it to Hill. But two guys got penetration
right in front of him.
and 12, the Pats went 3-Wide Singleback. Brady ran a great play action
that slowed the rush, and fooled a couple of cover guys. It opened Tye
right over the middle. But he dropped it. He really has trick or treat
hands. 3rd and 12, the Pats went 3-wide, trips right, Strong shotgun.
Brady has to avoid two rushers, and he scrambled outside and dump it off
to force the field goal. Pats-20. Philly-7.
and 10, the Pats matched up in a 4-2 Nickel. Rivers had a nice rush. He
jammed the RB back, as he tried to sneak out of the backfield. Then he
bulled the ORT back into Sudfeld as he threw. Wise tossed the OLT aside to
get to Sudfeld as well. But the QB was just able to slip it to the RB
outside. Crossen got to him fast and took him down.
and 8, the Pats lined up in a 3-3 Nickel, with Rivers and Wise with their
hands down. Rivers had a great rush. He got the ORT out of position. Then
shoved him off at the shoulder, and dipped around him to Sack the QB.
Butler, and then Wise jumped on the QB after. That was a great rush by
and 10, River twitched outside as the Pats lined up in a 3-2 Dime, with
Chung on the line. Rivers arced around the OLT again. He and Chung forced
Sudfeld to turn and bail out of the pocket. But the QB turned right into
Van Noy, who sacked him to force the punt. Great series for the Pats
and 10, the Pats lined up in a Singleback. James White had a great run. He
had to bounce it outside. He made the first guy miss, and almost made the
second guy miss.
and 7, Empty. Brady hit Hollister going down the right numbers. Hollister
is not a number two TE. He is barely a TE. He is more a big
slot-WR/H-back. At 245-pounds he is not a great blocker. However, he did
block better in this game than last year. He did a great job chipping in
pass pro on the edge.
expects his TE to be blockers first. Hollister is vastly improved as a
pass catcher. However, he is still going to need a year or two in the
system to get bigger, stronger, and block a little better. Dwayne Allen
has feet for hands in the passing game, but he is a great blocker.
and 10, they lined up in a 3-Wide strong shotgun. Brady threw quickly in
rhythm to Hogan. He tried to scramble for the first, but couldn't break
the tackle. But a facemask penalty gave them the 1st.
10, the Pats went 4-Wide Weak. Brady went to White on a screen left. He
just ran behind his blockers and angled back to the right for as easy
looking a TD as you will ever see, which essentially ended the game.
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
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:
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:
White House has shown they are a traitorous
"There’s a reason President Trump increasingly sounds like the mob boss in a cliche-ridden gangster film: That’s basically what he is — and he must know how such movies usually end.
Early Wednesday morning — a day after his former campaign chairman was convicted of felonies in one federal courthouse, and his former longtime lawyer pleaded guilty to felonies in another — Trump issued this statement on Twitter:
“I feel very badly for Paul Manafort and his wonderful family. ‘Justice’ took a 12 year old tax case, among other things, applied tremendous pressure on him and, unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to ‘break’ — make up stories in order to get a ‘deal.’ Such respect for a brave man!”
A few days earlier, Trump had referred to John Dean, the White House counsel whose truth-telling was instrumental in President Richard M. Nixon’s downfall, as a “RAT.” And during a Fox News interview broadcast Thursday, he complained at length about defendants who “flip” and inform on higher-ups in exchange for leniency at sentencing:
"Earlier in the interview, as if to illustrate the point he was about to make, Giuliani told what can only be called a bald-faced lie. He claimed that when Trump’s son, son-in-law and campaign chairman met at Trump Tower in 2016 with a Russian lawyer offering dirt on Hillary
Clinton: “all they knew is that a woman with a Russian name wanted to meet with them.
They didn’t know she was a representative of the Russian