The 2019

Patriots Season. 

Pats: 7-Things for Sunday: Part VI.

All's We Are Saying...


It is time for the WR rookie to not be rookies anymore, because they are going to need N'Keal and Jakobi to play like young veteran if they want to get to the Super Bowl. "We’ll talk about all that at the end of the year," BB said about the rookies. " Right now, we’re trying to get everybody to perform as well as we can for Cincinnati: players, coaches, all three units. And go out there and play as well as we can on Sunday. That’s really where we’re at." The next three weeks need to be used to incorporate N'Keal and Jakobi properly into the Offense.

Now, Jakobi has been incorporated in more the N'Keal. "Certainly, he made a great individual effort, broke a tackle and then had good balance there to finish the play and give us an opportunity to score," McDaniels said. " He’s a big guy. He’s not easy to get to the ground. Certainly, when you have players like that, it comes back to how can you get him the football in those situations understanding that there’s a level of diminishing returns if you try to keep doing the same things over and over again. 

"Meaning there’s only so many times you can hand a player that’s not a running back the ball. There’s only so many times you can throw the ball behind the line of scrimmage. Whatever those are: slants, under, et cetera. Those plays are all productive plays when you have a guy that can do something with it." But just as we saw last week, N'Keal also has much more flashes of brilliance. 

N'Keal was inconsistent in college, and you have to expect him to be especially inconsistent as a rookie, but the time is now. "N’Keal, number one, his ability to understand our system, our offense and how the roles we ask him to play in is different than it was three months ago because now he has a much broader foundation of it," McDaniels said. "The communication is much easier. He works his butt off every day in practice. He’s here early. He’s here late, and he’s trying to close the ground on being able to go out there and understand who he’s playing against and what he needs to do to be successful. There’s no shortcut to all that. We know that." 

There is no room for error, one loss and they have to beat KC in KC, instead of Foxboro. Then go into Baltimore and win another game on the Road in the Champ Game. That is the road less traveled, because that is were the road ends. N'Keal can change a game in one play. Like the play the wretched Refs screwed up so badly. Get the ball in his hands in different situations. 

When he gets the ball in his hands, he could go a yard or a 100-yards. "I think he’s got a great attitude," McDaniel said. "I think that he has a skillset that can certainly help us produce and win. And like I said, I need to do a better job of trying to find a way to get him the ball and get him involved so that he can do some of those things and do more of them." He went a hundred on USC on a punt return last year. 

It is terrifying to trust in rookies too much for veteran coaches, but they have to stop thinking about them as rookies. "It’s definitely a different game in every way shape or form, so there’s a lot of things that they didn’t see or they didn’t have to deal with. There’s a lot of guys in our league that they’re going to get up and make things tough on you no matter what. [In] college football, sometimes you don’t see that much. Coverage variations, adjustments, every team has to go through that with their players. 

"The bottom line is they both have good skill-sets. The things that they can do, we like. I’ve got to find more ways to use the things that they do well so that they can help produce more in their own roles, and that’s what my job is with every player on the offense, and I need to do a better job of that." 

Those flash of brilliance we are seeing are why they drafted him. So get him on the damn field, and get the ball in his damn hands. He'll do something stupid, rookie-stupid. But then he'll flash in an explosion of brilliance that no one else on the team can match. He knows the offense now as well he will as a rookie. Now is the time to get him in the game where he can turn that knowledge into instincts and consistency. 

They have no one like him for Brady to throw too. Now maybe, he still doesn't know how Brady wants him to run every pattern or play. As a rookie, you have to assume he doesn't have it all down mentally. But they need him on the field in the Play Offs playing his best. He has three games to get in on more plays than he has seen all season. And he will flash. 

The more he plays now, the more likely he is to flash in the Play Offs when they will need an unpredictable weapon for Brady. "There’s a lot of new pieces and you’re always trying to incorporate from week-to-week. And every year, it’s a little bit different, the challenges are different," BB said, like he was talking about rookies. " You just can’t rely on, 'Oh well, we’ll just do exactly what we used to do,' or, 'We’ll do exactly what we did last week.' You have to kind of reinvent yourself every week. How the game plan takes shape and what guys are asked to do in order to execute takes shape. It’s always a little bit of a challenge. 

"But football season is not supposed to be easy. It’s a hard grind for us, it’s a hard grind for you guys. Probably just the fantasy football owners, they want us to play forever. We’re in the middle of it, we’re deep into it and just got to have the mental toughness and the competitive stamina to keep showing up every day and working as hard as you can to be ready to compete when we’re called upon." Trusting rookies is not a BB or TB12 thing. 

But when there is no choice, they end up hurting the team, even when it can seem so frustrating. "You have really no option. We have a job to do and that’s to go out there and do the best job we can do and score as many points as we can. I don’t think it’s trying to be less than what we’re capable of. I think the point is just we’ve got to maximize our potential, and I don’t know what our potential is. We’ve got to be the best we can be. If we do it well one time, it’s how well can we do it consistently? I think part of it’s just consistently, we haven’t done a great job, and I think that when you’re not consistent, it just leads to other issues. Trying to be consistent and dependable is what a great offense is all about, and when you have really great play-making ability, all those things make it very hard to defend." Getting N'Keal in on two plays last week was terrible coaching. 

If ever they needed a dash of pepper in the Offense it was last week. They ain't got Gronk no more. So they ain't got that pepper player for Brady to throw too anymore. I mean, thank god for Edelman, but he is hurt and simply can't do it all. You hit N'Keal on one bomb or long run after the catch, and just watch the defense move deep and open up the middle for Edelman and Sanu. 

All's we are sayin' is, give N'Keal a chance. 

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject!

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


 Every day another crime is revealed by #TrumpTreason!

It is as startling as it is scary.













Because all roads lead to Putin in


this treasonous Republican Party


that no longer gives a shit about


America and Real Americans!


President Donald Trump’s entire impeachment mess began over his efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden’s family and Democrats with the help of his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. But even as an impeachment vote in the House Judiciary Committee loomed, both men continued to coordinate on Giuliani’s Ukraine efforts on behalf of his powerful client.

Giuliani recently returned from a trip to Kyiv this month in which he interviewed local officials to learn more about Hunter Biden — Joe’s son — and his time on the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma. He also wanted to prove the conspiracy theory both he and Trump believe — that Ukraine, not Russia, interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

After landing in New York last Saturday, according to the Wall Street Journal, the president called his attorney while the plane was still taxiing. “What did you get?” Trump asked, according to the Journal’s Friday interview with Giuliani. “More than you can imagine,” the former New York City mayor replied, noting he would be putting his findings in a 20-page report.

One almost has to respect (while remaining appalled at) how brazen Giuliani’s admission is here. He’s openly telling the Wall Street Journal that his anti-Biden investigation in Ukraine continues, and that Trump is still interested in knowing about it.

What’s more, their call came three days after the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing with legal experts about the constitutional grounds for Trump’s impeachment, and just six days before the panel approved articles of impeachment against the president.

Giuliani reportedly visited the White House on Friday, perhaps to give Trump the briefing he requested on the trip. Trump also asked his attorney to tell lawmakers and Attorney General William Barr what he discovered in Ukraine, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Even as the lawyer’s friends tell him to lay low, the Journal notes, Giuliani argues he’s well within his right to continue pushing forward despite the opposition to his efforts, because his job is to defend his client.

But what this entire episode highlights is a president and lawyer tag-team unwavering in their anti-Biden crusade, even as Trump’s political future hangs in the balance. If the prospect of losing his job won’t keep Trump away from Giuliani’s Ukraine efforts, surely nothing will.

Of course, it’s unlikely to change much in terms of the impeachment process. Democrats remain committed to seeing Trump booted out of office, and Republicans remain just as committed to defending him.

Which means that Trump’s likely acquittal in the Senate would allow him to proceed working with Giuliani to dig up dirt on the Bidens that could help with his 2020 reelection campaign — indicating he learned absolutely nothing from this experience.

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