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LB Jerod Mayo (knee)DNPDNPDNP-OWR Wes Welker (knee) DNP LPDNP-QTE Chris Baker (ankle)LPLPLP-QC Dan Connolly (back) LPLPLP-QWR Julian Edelman (ankle)LPLPLP-QS Brandon Meriweather (ankle)LPLPLP-QDL Myron Pryor (calf)LPLPWR Randy Moss (back)DNP-QWR Matthew Slater (elbow) LPLPLP-QCB Terrence Wheatley (knee)LPLPLP-QCB Darius Butler (thigh)LP-QDB Shawn Springs (knee)LP-QQB Tom Brady (right shoulder) FPFPFP-P

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LB Jerod Mayo (knee)DNPDNPDNP-Out

WR Wes Welker (knee) DNP LPDNP-Questionable

TE Chris Baker (ankle)LPLPLP- Questionable

C Dan Connolly (back) LPLPLP- Questionable

WR Julian Edelman (ankle)LPLPLP- Questionable

S Brandon Meriweather (ankle)LPLPLP- Questionable

DL Myron Pryor (calf)LPLP = Probable

WR Randy Moss (back)DNP- Questionable

WR Matthew Slater (elbow) LPLPLP-Questionable

CB Terrence Wheatley (knee)LPLPLP-Questionable

CB Darius Butler (thigh)LP-Questionable

DB Shawn Springs (knee)LP-Questionable

QB Tom Brady (right shoulder) FPFPFP-Probable

Just making it a little easier to read.

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he does that because with so many guys questionable you have NO clue who might play and who might not. who you might see and who you won't. then you don't know who to prepare for and if you should go back to the film room and do a little more preparing. it just poses more problems for the head coach and the staff. if you think he's lying those guys might play and you will be unprepared. if you don't then you'll spend extra time for a guy or guys you won't even see.

it's part of bill b's genius. he shouldn't be allowed to do that though.

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Maybe the injury report is crap, or maybe it's not. Mayo is out, that's a fact. Welker was out last week so we know he's not healthy. Brandon Meriweather had to leave the Jets game with the ankle injury. Albert Haynesworth absolutely crushed Brady in the preseason game with all of his weight on that shoulder so it wouldn't suprise me if Brady is still having problems with it, especially the way he has been throwing the ball.

The Patriots are a terribly beat up team, and the Falcons need to make sure they take care of business on Sunday. I think they will.

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LB Jerod Mayo (knee)DNPDNPDNP-OWR Wes Welker (knee) DNP LPDNP-QTE Chris Baker (ankle)LPLPLP-QC Dan Connolly (back) LPLPLP-QWR Julian Edelman (ankle)LPLPLP-QS Brandon Meriweather (ankle)LPLPLP-QDL Myron Pryor (calf)LPLPWR Randy Moss (back)DNP-QWR Matthew Slater (elbow) LPLPLP-QCB Terrence Wheatley (knee)LPLPLP-QCB Darius Butler (thigh)LP-QDB Shawn Springs (knee)LP-QQB Tom Brady (right shoulder) FPFPFP-P

Anybody left to play ???

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LB Jerod Mayo (knee)DNPDNPDNP-Out

WR Wes Welker (knee) DNP LPDNP-Questionable

TE Chris Baker (ankle)LPLPLP- Questionable

C Dan Connolly (back) LPLPLP- Questionable

WR Julian Edelman (ankle)LPLPLP- Questionable

S Brandon Meriweather (ankle)LPLPLP- Questionable

DL Myron Pryor (calf)LPLP = Probable

WR Randy Moss (back)DNP- Questionable

WR Matthew Slater (elbow) LPLPLP-Questionable

CB Terrence Wheatley (knee)LPLPLP-Questionable

CB Darius Butler (thigh)LP-Questionable

DB Shawn Springs (knee)LP-Questionable

QB Tom Brady (right shoulder) FPFPFP-Probable

Just making it a little easier to read.

Tandy what you think???

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he does that because with so many guys questionable you have NO clue who might play and who might not. who you might see and who you won't. then you don't know who to prepare for and if you should go back to the film room and do a little more preparing. it just poses more problems for the head coach and the staff. if you think he's lying those guys might play and you will be unprepared. if you don't then you'll spend extra time for a guy or guys you won't even see.

it's part of bill b's genius. he shouldn't be allowed to do that though.

I don't think it's part of his genius at all. All teams prepare for the competition as if the competition will be at full strength.

The real reason he doesn it is out of spite.

He got a warning from the NFL a few years ago for not listing a player who was a bit banged up. As a result of that warning, the following week he listed almost half of his players.

Now, he list any and all little things from a serious injury to a freakin' hang nail. It's his way of thumbing his nose at the league for having to reveal anything about his team to the public.

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I don't think it's part of his genius at all. All teams prepare for the competition as if the competition will be at full strength.

The real reason he doesn it is out of spite.

He got a warning from the NFL a few years ago for not listing a player who was a bit banged up. As a result of that warning, the following week he listed almost half of his players.

Now, he list any and all little things from a serious injury to a freakin' hang nail. It's his way of thumbing his nose at the league for having to reveal anything about his team to the public.

very true our coaches dont even pay attention

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Bill has been doing this ever since we slipped Schaub in on him. If you remember he was ticked off because their squad had prepared to face Vick, and we started Schaub. There was something that Mora did with the injury list similar to what Bill is doing now. Ever since then he's done it. He made a point of doing it just because of that....he spoke on it.

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For those of you who don’t remember, Belichick was greatly annoyed when the Falcons upgraded Vick from questionable to probable prior to the Week 6 game—and then didn’t even have him suit up. The Patriots presumably prepared for the running threat that Vick posed rather than the more consistent passing threat posed by Matt Schaub, which may have accounted in part for the difficult time that the Pats had in edging the Falcons 31-28.

The following week, Belichick appeared to be mocking the injury report by listing two players (Troy Brown and Richard Seymour) as questionable on Friday even though they didn’t travel with the team to a contest in Denver. Questionable is supposed to mean that players have a 50% chance of seeing action, but the chance would appear to be considerably lower than that when the players in question are in their pajamas 2,000 miles away from the game.

I suppose Belichick could argue that he sincerely believed there was a 50% chance that scientists would develop an elaborate system of teleportation between Denver and Boston that weekend, but he was more likely doing unto Shanahan as Mora had done unto him.

I would like to laugh at Bill’s little joke and move on, but apparently Belichick himself has no intention of moving on. For the rest of the season, the Patriots’ injury report was useless—largely because Belichick seems to pay no attention to what the NFL means by its categories of probable (75% chance of playing), questionable (50% chance of playing), and doubtful (25% chance of playing). On a case by case basis, I suppose there is something to what Jim Mora has to say about this system: “What’s ‘questionable’ tell you? It tells you he might play, he might not.” But what it should tell you is that of 100 questionable starter listings over the course of a season, only about 50 should play. Of 100 doubtful starter listings, only about 25 should play. Of 100 probable starter listings, about 75 should play. Since Belichick seems to think that Tom Brady should always be listed as probable (or worse), then we should expect to see him in no more than 12 of 16 games. But those probable listings for Brady in 2005 really translated to “certain,” as he started every game of the season.

http://fftoday.com/articles/davis/06_belichick.htm

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