gonna to be a true test for the Pats Offense. They are bruised and
battered. We can't tell what they felt. They are unrecognizable to
ourselves. I saw their reflections in Cincy, and don't know their own
faces. Oh brother, are gonna leave us wastin' away, on the Streets Foxboro
the Avenue, 'til my legs felt like Stone, because I worried about how
their Defense had grown. "They virtually have had no injuries. I mean, it’s the exact same.
It’s really the same players," BB said about the Bills Defense.
"[Rookie Ed] Oliver’s obviously gained a lot of experience and he’s a good
player. But it’s really pretty much the same group. They’ve been very healthy, have missed very little time. Their rotations are pretty solid and consistent because they’ve had all those guys available."
While the Pats offense is still devastated by injured, the Bills Defense
is the healthiest in the League.
the voices of friends, vanished and gone, at night I could hear their
blood in my veins, and it whispered that their D was seeking revenge...
for all to see. "So, Sean [McDermott]’s scheme is Sean’s scheme. He has a broad scheme, he has a lot of variations and change-ups, but they complement each
other." BB said. "It’s not a big. I mean, the volume is not exorbitant, but it’s enough to keep the offense
off-balance. So that you can do enough different things to change up: play man, play zone, play blitz-zone, bring two, bring three, or bring one, bring two, drop one.
"So, you just don’t know exactly what you’re going to get schematically and they do a very good job of disguising what they do, so that they look the same, but they’re not the same, and they combine that with some defensive line movement and obviously some very good players."
They gave Brady all he could handle, when they were at Home.
was black and whispering as the rain, sayin' the Bills were bringing all
the pain, onto the Streets of Foxboro Stadium. "And so, that’s why they’re good. They’re well-coached, they have good players, they’re sound, they don’t give up big
plays," BB said. "It’s hard to string a lot of good plays together against that defense. You might move the ball a little bit, but if you have to put together a 10, 12-play drive, usually they can make plays along the way before you can finish the drive and they’re out of there."
They will not be as effective in Foxboro, where the streets of Buffalo
can't haunt the offense when Brady is changing the play at the line.
time to play nice. This is the time to fight to the death, because, ain't no angel gonna greet
us. It's just you and I my friends. And our clothes don't fit us no more,
because the Bills walked a thousand miles, just kick our ass. The streets
of Buffalo need this game as much as the Street of Foxboro.
the Angels were warriors who fought to cast the evil ones out of heaven.
"Sure, yeah. Sure, it could be. Definitely. Again, at this point, you’re kind of in a lot of one-game-seasons. But, there’s a game after this and we’re fortunate we have at least one more game after
that," BB said about do or die time. "But, as they’re getting fewer and fewer, then I’d say there’s fewer options.
And again, you have to try to figure out what’s best for that player, what’s best for the team and so forth. But, it’s a normal problem with every position, it’s not one player."
So the wounded Patriots need to kick the healthy Buffalo asses out of Foxboro,
and fire, and everything they have left in their wounded souls, to fight
for 2nd Playoff seed, and for the hopes of the departed. "Right. Well first of all, the injury report is what it is. We follow the injury report rules as we’re required to do, and that’s what we
do. So whatever that is, it is," BB said about the wounded. "Now, there’s a lot of variation in what that can be based on what the rules are, but for each individual player, as you said, nobody’s 100 percent. Everybody’s played a lot of football, practiced a lot of football, and it’s been basically week-after-week other than the one bye week. So, that’s a cumulative thing and we do the best we can each week to manage all the things that you just talked about."
So receive me brothers with your faithless kiss, or will we leave each other alone like this,
on the streets of Foxboro Stadium.
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
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:
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:
day another crime is revealed by #TrumpTreason!
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