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 Post subject: Curious move by Belichik
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:46 am 
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For some reason Bill thought it would be a good idea to bench his best corner Butler and replace him with a safety, I was baffled by this. One would think after Philly shredded his defense the first half he would at least at that point consider inserting Butler in the game, but never did. After the game Butler was pissed and said fuck it, they gave up on me, felt had he played they would have won the game. If Tomlin had done this, he would have been roasted. Wonder what folks up in Boston think about this strategy.


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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None of the explanations make any sense. This was a disciplinary move no matter what they say.

My conspiracy theory is that Butler was a source used for the ESPN story on the Pats and the Pats found out.

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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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None of the explanations make any sense. This was a disciplinary move no matter what they say.

My conspiracy theory is that Butler was a source used for the ESPN story on the Pats and the Pats found out.


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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Butler says they gave up on him

crying during the national anthem

Didn’t see a snap

Bill trying to screw Kraft for the garappllo trade overreach

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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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So is Butler going to come play for us now?


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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955876 wrote:
So is Butler going to come play for us now?


If he has a discipline issue with Belicheat, then Club Tomlin is probably a great fit.

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Kodiak wrote:
955876 wrote:
So is Butler going to come play for us now?


If he has a discipline issue with Belicheat, then Club Tomlin is probably a great fit.


Boom!


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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JackLambert58 wrote:
Kodiak wrote:
955876 wrote:
So is Butler going to come play for us now?


If he has a discipline issue with Belicheat, then Club Tomlin is probably a great fit.


Boom!



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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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Belichick's going to be skewered on local talk radio today. The local scribes & talking heads hate him as is, as he never gives them a thing. I think he simply was pissed that Butler had the flu, delayed his trip to Minnesota. I'm guessing Butler may not have gone through team physicians, received Belichick's blessing to show up late to Minnesota.


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Kodiak wrote:
955876 wrote:
So is Butler going to come play for us now?


If he has a discipline issue with Belicheat, then Club Tomlin is probably a great fit.

That should be our new nickname for this defense......Club Tomlin - awesome!


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58!!!!!


Hi Swiss! On to the draft!


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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A very curious move was that attempt at a reverse on the kickoff return. You'd have thought Tomlin hacked into the headset for that play call.

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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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A very curious move was that attempt at a reverse on the kickoff return. You'd have thought Tomlin hacked into the headset for that play call.



Yea that was dumb as well. Not to mention the time out on defense they wasted with about 9 minutes left.


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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It's hilarious to see the immortal and clearly the best HC by a large margin Belichick suffer a huge loss because:

A. he deferred to the other team's offense, only to see them drive right down the field and score
B. he had a discipline problem on his team that he dealt with poorly
C. his defense couldn't stop the other team
D. his use of timeouts cost oodles of time
E. his famous halftime adjustments (other than throwing Gronkowski the ball more) failed to stop the other team more than once
F. his choice of trick plays on offense and STs cost points and the chance to tie the game at the end
G. his team was, dare I say, unprepared and outcoached?

Or maybe he just lost, the state of the NFL is that defense is more or less dead, he probably had less talent across the board, and his players didn't play well.

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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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It's hilarious to see the immortal and clearly the best HC by a large margin Belichick suffer a huge loss because:

A. he deferred to the other team's offense, only to see them drive right down the field and score
B. he had a discipline problem on his team that he dealt with poorly
C. his defense couldn't stop the other team
D. his use of timeouts cost oodles of time
E. his famous halftime adjustments (other than throwing Gronkowski the ball more) failed to stop the other team more than once
F. his choice of trick plays on offense and STs cost points and the chance to tie the game at the end
G. his team was, dare I say, unprepared and outcoached?

Or maybe he just lost, the state of the NFL is that defense is more or less dead, he probably had less talent across the board, and his players didn't play well.


pretty much all on point. I was always cautiously optimistic right until the hail mary

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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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bradshaw2ben wrote:
It's hilarious to see the immortal and clearly the best HC by a large margin Belichick suffer a huge loss because:

A. he deferred to the other team's offense, only to see them drive right down the field and score
B. he had a discipline problem on his team that he dealt with poorly
C. his defense couldn't stop the other team
D. his use of timeouts cost oodles of time
E. his famous halftime adjustments (other than throwing Gronkowski the ball more) failed to stop the other team more than once
F. his choice of trick plays on offense and STs cost points and the chance to tie the game at the end
G. his team was, dare I say, unprepared and outcoached?

Or maybe he just lost, the state of the NFL is that defense is more or less dead, he probably had less talent across the board, and his players didn't play well.


There DC is the most overhyped coordinator I've ever heard of - look at how they reacted to the jumbo formations that PHI ran. They never once tried to adjust the formation to get leverage on the strong side C gap. Every time the Eagles went big the Patriots just let their OLB (often JH) just sit inside the extra tackle and get chipped by the TE to give up the edge. The patriots response to handling the jumbo set was straight up HS level coaching.


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 Post subject: Re: Curious move by Belichik
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bradshaw2ben wrote:
It's hilarious to see the immortal and clearly the best HC by a large margin Belichick suffer a huge loss because:

A. he deferred to the other team's offense, only to see them drive right down the field and score
B. he had a discipline problem on his team that he dealt with poorly
C. his defense couldn't stop the other team
D. his use of timeouts cost oodles of time
E. his famous halftime adjustments (other than throwing Gronkowski the ball more) failed to stop the other team more than once
F. his choice of trick plays on offense and STs cost points and the chance to tie the game at the end
G. his team was, dare I say, unprepared and outcoached?

Or maybe he just lost, the state of the NFL is that defense is more or less dead, he probably had less talent across the board, and his players didn't play well.


There DC is the most overhyped coordinator I've ever heard of - look at how they reacted to the jumbo formations that PHI ran. They never once tried to adjust the formation to get leverage on the strong side C gap. Every time the Eagles went big the Patriots just let their OLB (often JH) just sit inside the extra tackle and get chipped by the TE to give up the edge. The patriots response to handling the jumbo set was straight up HS level coaching.


Matt Patricia is another fraud BB coaching tree hanger on....Detroit is soon to find out

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Oh, I forgot that the GOAT HC got tooled this way, in the Super Bowl... vs a backup QB.

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bradshaw2ben wrote:
Oh, I forgot that the GOAT HC got tooled this way, in the Super Bowl... vs a backup QB.




BB is still the goat HC tho...but Pederseon was masterful this 1 game...and do you really view Nick Foles as "just" a backup..i dont ..not saying hes a superstar but he was and is starter quality in the NFL until Chip Kelly fucked him over...part of my reasoning for picking the eagles to win this game


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Oh, I forgot that the GOAT HC got tooled this way, in the Super Bowl... vs a backup QB.




BB is still the goat HC tho...but Pederseon was masterful this 1 game...and do you really view Nick Foles as "just" a backup..i dont ..not saying hes a superstar but he was and is starter quality in the NFL until Chip Kelly fucked him over...part of my reasoning for picking the eagles to win this game


Rams screwed him worse

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bradshaw2ben wrote:
It's hilarious to see the immortal and clearly the best HC by a large margin Belichick suffer a huge loss because:

A. he deferred to the other team's offense, only to see them drive right down the field and score
B. he had a discipline problem on his team that he dealt with poorly
C. his defense couldn't stop the other team
D. his use of timeouts cost oodles of time
E. his famous halftime adjustments (other than throwing Gronkowski the ball more) failed to stop the other team more than once
F. his choice of trick plays on offense and STs cost points and the chance to tie the game at the end
G. his team was, dare I say, unprepared and outcoached?

Or maybe he just lost, the state of the NFL is that defense is more or less dead, he probably had less talent across the board, and his players didn't play well.
That's hilarious.

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