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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 4:41 pm 
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Patricia is a fool figurehead

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After Sunday’s game, Belichick said it was a football decision, not rooted in discipline.

Here’s what Patricia delivered: “We just played all the guys we could to try to help us win in whatever packages we had. Different situations came up, and we were just trying to move things around . . . He was active for the game and anybody who is active for the game is ready to go. We just had a situation where we had some matchups and packages that we went with.’’

Bull. Crap. Like Belichick, Patricia embarrasses himself and the team with this non-answer of an obvious and important question.

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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 4:53 pm 
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The lack of penalties on the Pats is truly staggering. If you watch closely, you can see holding by their Oline almost every pass play. I can't believe how well schooled they are to get away with it. They do it quite subtly at times. Other times it is quite obvious but the refs somehow miss it.

I thought NE had clear DPIs on both of the Eagles two point tries last night. Again, not sure what refs were doing. I also thought Gilmore had DPI on the play where Alshon bobbled the ball and it was picked. Gilmore blocked Alshon's left arm before the ball arrived and he could only get his right arm on it.

I think NE is well coached to push the boundaries of offensive and defensive holding and DPI. Shame on the refs for missing a lot of it though.


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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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that blog article was spot on. they always get the least calls and the most favorable, but looks like Goodell pressed the scale the other way last night.

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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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big tears on 98.5 felger and mazz

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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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BethlehemSteel wrote:
that blog article was spot on. they always get the least calls and the most favorable, but looks like Goodell pressed the scale the other way last night.


What blog article?

And where's the Gasper article that mentions the Riveron Reversal?

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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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Schiano being named Pats DC. That pretty much cements that BB is not retiring.

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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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Jeemie wrote:
BethlehemSteel wrote:
that blog article was spot on. they always get the least calls and the most favorable, but looks like Goodell pressed the scale the other way last night.


What blog article?

And where's the Gasper article that mentions the Riveron Reversal?


this one from last week

https://www.theringer.com/nfl-playoffs/ ... lties-edge

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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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Jeemie wrote:
BethlehemSteel wrote:
that blog article was spot on. they always get the least calls and the most favorable, but looks like Goodell pressed the scale the other way last night.


What blog article?

And where's the Gasper article that mentions the Riveron Reversal?


http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/patri ... story.html


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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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The reasons there were so few sacks or near sacks was IMO due in large part to the decision to not call holding

I agree with jeemie ... I believe the refs were told to lay off the flags especially for DPI and holding
The were also told no intricate rule interpretations ... keep it clean

The league wanted clean offense driven football


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 Post subject: Re: Boston Globe articles
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Just curious as to how the schadenfreude ranks with you on this one. Here's how I rank them:

1. 2007 vs. Giants - broke up their perfect season
2. 2017 vs. Eagles - defense and BB implode. Talking so much shit about getting to six
3. 2011 vs. Giants - losing to Eli twice. This game Eli made a Brady-like pass to Manningham to get the Giants to victory.

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