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I agree, but we have to fix our interior so Ryan can step up into the pocket like Brady.

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I agree, but we have to fix our interior so Ryan can step up into the pocket like Brady.

Brady's pockets usually look like this:

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Ryan's usually looks like this:

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Very true. But with the speed of the offensive play calling from the huddle to the snap, that could also hide that problem a little bit. The patriots catch the D line standing a lot before the snap.

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We gotta adapt and overcome . . . . cant keep blaming the o-line. If we know it is a problem, then fix it. If it takes the full course of an entire off-season to fix it, then tough sledding. . adapt and overcome. . . example: Aaron Rodgers and GB.

Gotta agree with that. This is the NFL where the greatest football minds collaborate to disguise and fix problems. If you can't scheme for it, then it becomes a coaching problem, even if the personal happens to be weak.

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Can't run that kind of offense without a Welker type guy in the slot who isn't afraid to run across the middle of the field and make tough catches in traffic. Also, Gonzalez is no Gronk. Better receiver, but Gronk is the best blocking TE in the NFL too.

Gronk isn't even playing, NO PROBLEM.

We have receivers who can go across the middle. The problem is, they either have been prone to dropping it (Roddy) or they are made of glass (Julio.)

We could accomplish this offense, if we actually tried it.

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Gronk isn't even playing, NO PROBLEM.

We have receivers who can go across the middle. The problem is, they either have been prone to dropping it (Roddy) or they are made of glass (Julio.)

We could accomplish this offense, if we actually tried it.

Gronk not playing is why their newfound running game disappeared. Hernandez is a great receiving TE and can replace Gronk in that respect, but Gronk's run blocking was clearly missing tonight, it just didn't matter because the Pats threw it all night. Welker was the difference in that respect.

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