Falconsin2012

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  1. I never said we would underpay him
  2. If we run lots of 4 verts Ryan will be running for his life regardless. After seeing the Patriots swarm KC’s OL, I’m convinced the Brady dink & dunk WC is the right offense for today’s NFL. Throw it 15 times to your running back and get the ball out in 1.5 seconds. It’s not aesthetically pleasing, but it’s also impossible to stop if teams have Julio & Ridley to worry about vertically
  3. Beadles maybe
  4. Have to sacrifice somewhere to bring in Trent
  5. I agree we can’t have 3 OL making $10,000,000 or more. But We can do this in the following scenario: his 1st year CAP hit will be low, next year we cut Mack and much of his money goes to Trent.
  6. No, Brown isn’t going back to SF. Shanny didn’t like him on outside zone run plays
  7. Thought the same...lol. For it to make sense Shanny would have had to have lost the halftime adjustments notebook
  8. Funny that Belichick and Shanny continue to trade each other players for pennies on the dollar
  9. Patriots' Trent Brown is PFF's highest graded offensive tackle in NFL playoffs Nick Goss 5 days ago Trent Brown played well for the New England Patriots in the regular season, but he's taken his game to a higher level in the NFL playoffs. The Patriots' starting left tackle is the highest graded offensive tackle by Pro Football Focus through the first two rounds of the NFL playoffs. Brown has only played one playoff game -- New England's AFC Divisional round win over the Los Angeles Chargers -- but he sure was impressive in that matchup. The 25-year-old tackle was part of a Patriots offensive line that didn't allow a single sack against a fearsome Chargers pass rush. The unit also created huge holes in the rushing attack, allowing rookie running back Sony Michel to tally 129 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. The Patriots acquired Brown in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers before the season. The 49ers probably wouldn't mind a do-over on that deal given how Brown has played during the 2018 campaign and the struggles San Francisco had offensively.
  10. After watching the Patriots in the playoffs I am circling in on our future RT, Trenton Brown. Dude is an absolute mauler. Shanny traded him for foolishly thinking wasnt a fit for his outside zone calls in the run game, but NE turned him into a player at LT. In SF he was a top-10 overall RT, and elite pass blocking RT. No way NE pays him top-5 Tackle money. I actually would love Dimitroff to take a hard look. Offensive Line: LT: MAtthews LG: Lindstrom - 2nd rd BC C: Mack RG: Wes RT: Trent Brown
  11. They said all along we will keep using zone wide and tight as our primary scheme in the run game
  12. The Patriots were entering a Super Bowl as underdogs for the first time since, ironically, they played the Rams in a Super Bowl 17 years ago. Then they were not. According to OddsShark (BetOnline), NFC-champion Los Angeles opened as a two-point favorite over AFC-champion New England in Super Bowl 53, set to be played Feb. 3 in Atlanta.
  13. Yes, I don’t gamble. Rams opened as 2 point favorites
  14. As I said, is fans can do it all day every day. Don’t really love it from the owner
  15. Does anyone have $50,000 I can borrow before the sharks money comes in and turns the line to -3 Patriots. Who could possibly bet Goff over Brady & Belichick