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  1. He was probably asked "How well do you match up with Gronkowski," and he game them a simple answer. Either way, it's definitely not trash talk, and I doubt any Patriot took offense to this quote.
  2. How is this considered trash talk? He didn't say anything bad about Gronk or the Patriots (in this quote), he's just showing confidence in himself.
  3. I understand your point, it was a very tight window, but in the first picture, Hooper has two hands on the ball. I think if Hooper attacks the ball instead of letting the ball reach his body, he catches it without too much of a contest.
  4. If Ryan doesn't trust Hooper in that situation, then Hooper shouldn't be in the game. Ryan threw a perfect pass and it hit Hooper in the hands. Should have been caught.
  5. I'm just not sure how someone could watch that game and think Ryan was anywhere close to the reason why we lost. We lost because we kept being put into 3rd and long every single possession in the 2nd half (first 3 drives of second half: 3rd and 13, 3rd and 24, 3rd and 16) due to no run game, and our defense played awful in the 2nd half to boot.
  6. lol Carolina lost a home Thursday night game where they benefitted greatly from the officiating (Eagles 10 penalties for 126 yards, Panthers 1 penalty for 1 yard).
  7. Carolina's offense has been consistently shut down by even decent defenses. Just because they've played well these past 2 games (against bad defenses) doesn't mean that they're all of the sudden great. I mean, 2 weeks ago they were destroyed at home by the Saints, Cam threw 0 TDs and 3 INTs. Let's let the season play out before we crown them.
  8. I mean it was 4th and 1, Matt had to throw it to someone even if it wasn't open. Gabriel actually had a little separation, but the hold probably messed with the timing. Also Hardy was the first read on that play, Matt looked his way and he was doubled, and at no point did he get significant separation. Gabriel and Hardy were the only two routes on that play.
  9. TB only has 96 yards of total offense. They've been greatly aided by Bears turnovers and penalties.
  10. Both Wayne and Harrison played the vast majority of Peyton's career in Indy. Wayne missed his first 3 years in Indy and Harrison missed his last 2 years. After Harrison retired he got Pierre Garcon who's a pretty solid receiver himself. As for Brady's 2015 season, him and the Patriots got off to a super hot start at 9-0, and Brady himself had terrific numbers. Edelman missed the rest of the season after that and the Patriots finished 3-4, and Brady's numbers went way down. It's not like Brady had no threats besides Edelman on that team though, Gronk played pretty much the full season, as well as Amendola.
  11. Wow, this is just so wrong. Randall Cobb was a first round pick, and Jordy Nelson and Devontae Adams were both 2nd round picks, and Jordy has proven to be one of the best receivers in the league for a while now. Manning had Edgerrin James, Marvin Harrison, and Reggie Wayne for the majority of his time in Indy (and then had Thomas, Sanders, and Decker in Denver). Brady was solid his first 7 years in the league, but his numbers completely blew up the year he got Randy Moss and Wes Welker. All 3 have also had much better lines for the majority of their careers than Matt has had as well, heck I don't think I've ever seen someone get so much time to throw as Rodgers did last season.
  12. Yea, that was weird. They somehow gave Peterson a first down on a clear loss of yards.
  13. The worst part about that play is that the Patriots tackled Sanu by his facemask and there was no call. Should have been offsetting penalties, which would have kept us in field goal range.
  14. Hooper was awful last preseason and he turned out to be pretty solid as a rookie. We don't get to see what the coaches see everyday in practice. Everyone needs to calm down and be patient.
  15. Coleman is a unique back because when you motion him out wide, he's like a legit receiver. He's 6 feet, 215 pounds and runs a 4.4 40. As a defense you almost have to use a corner to cover him because he will consistently beat safeties and linebackers. Freeman is also a good receiving back, but he mostly runs your typical RB routes, where the routes Coleman ran were more varied -- this can be seen in their average yards per catch: Freeman 8.6, Coleman 13.6 (most in the NFL for a RB).