The 2019

Patriots Season. 

Pats: 7-Things for Sunday: Part VI.

The Playoffs Have Started. 


Okay, enough ragging on the Dolphins. This is the biggest game of the season for the Pats. It is time to bring it all together. The Offense has been in disarray all season. It is easy to forget that the Offense, and Brady in particular, didn't look like they could win in the Playoffs until last week against the Bills. And they still have to improve to win the Magnificent Seventh. 

They have to keep incorporating N'Keal into the Offense, and have him do more and more things each week. "He showed good power and running skills with the ball in his hands in college. We felt like he could run with the ball," BB said. "I wouldn’t say we drafted him [for run plays]. I don’t think you draft a receiver to run that play. But if there are things that the receiver can do that are productive when you get him the ball, then consider him." He will no longer be a rookie in the Playoff, and he has to start playing like it. 

Sanu is another guy who has to seriously step it up. He had 10 catches in Baltimore, and has sucked ever since (though I'd take another ten catches in the Champ Game against the Ravens). "He’s smart, tough and a good football player. He learned the offense extremely quick, being kind of thrown into the fire," White said. "He’s a tough guy. He’s smart and he’s made some big plays for us. So, he’s continuing to get better with us each and every week. And he’s going to continue to make some big plays for us." He can't use the ankle as an excuse anymore, it's Playoff time. 

They are also going to need to take another step up in the run game. "Coach McDaniels does a great job of dialing up good game plans, and as long as we can show him we can do it in practice, he’ll call it in a game," White said. "So whatever he happens to dial up, myself, Rex, Sony, Brandon, Dame [Damien Harris], we’re going to go out there and execute it." A power running game in the Playoffs, wears down a Defense and makes passing the ball late in games easier. 

This is it. No more talk. It is do or die time and if the entire Offense doesn't step up, the window will close. "I think the key for us each week is knowing what we have available at the game, who’s going to be active, and then taking our personnel into consideration when looking at the opposing defense and trying to figure out what the best way is going to be for us to utilize our players and their strengths to try to move the ball and score points," McDaniels said. "Some weeks, it may not be as many [groupings]. You may not like as many groupings based on how they’re defended and what they do against them, it may not give you as many advantages. Other weeks, it might be a fair fight in every grouping. We have confidence in all our guys that are active, or else they wouldn’t be there. 

"We just try to utilize their strengths as much as we can, and if it’s a skill player, getting them the ball in space or getting them to do some things that they have confidence in. I think that’s important. Whether it’s the line or the tight ends or the backs in the protection game, what do we do well, what suits the team we’re playing the best, how we need to protect?" Brady and the passing game don't have to be immaculate, because of the D. But they have to look like every player on the Offense is in synch with the rest of the Offense. 

They have to get the run game going, because the weather is getting bad, and Brady needs the help. "Same thing with the running game. Those groupings are great to have available. Hopefully, we make the right decisions on a weekly basis about which ones to utilize more or how much to utilize them during the course of the game," McDaniels said. "The most important thing is that we get a chance to practice those things during the course of the week and really gain confidence as we head towards game time that we’ve repped them, we know what we’re doing in them, the players feel good about them and have confidence so they can go out there and be aggressive. 

"I thought the guys did a really good job the other night too, whenever you’re utilized in multiple groupings like that, of communicating when they’re going on and off the field, because we had a lot of different guys subbing for each other, et cetera. Sometimes the concern could be making sure that we got the right 11 out there and they know what their identity is in the huddle and what role they’re playing, what position they’re in, because we had a lot of guys switching spots and so forth. I thought they did a great job of that. They deserve a lot of credit for that, and then being able to go out there and make the plays when they had opportunities to do so." The Pats have a Super Bowl Defense, now they just have to show they have a Super Bowl Offense. 

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!


Hear No Evil

Mitch McConnell prepares to run the 
impeachment trial as a cover-up.

Last week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Sean Hannity that he would seek to conduct any Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump according to the whims of the accused, promising to “take my cues from the president’s lawyers.”

On Tuesday, McConnell and Senate Republicans further signaled what that might entail. Specifically, McConnell promised that the Senate would abet the White House’s strategy of blocking the most important witnesses in the Ukraine bribery case from testifying. McConnell’s approach, if adopted by a majority of the Senate, would directly overturn the precedents set in the impeachment trials of Presidents Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson. It would also be a direct reversal of McConnell’s own stance when he was a senator during Clinton’s impeachment. The move would amount to rigging Trump’s impeachment trial. Any Republican senator who goes along with that will be helping Trump cover up the full extent of his Ukraine misconduct.

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During a speech on the Senate floor on Tuesday, McConnell rejected Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s call for testimony from four witnesses: John Bolton, the former national security adviser; acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney; Robert Blair, a senior adviser to Mulvaney; and Michael Duffey, associate director for national security at the Office of Management and Budget. The four have direct knowledge about the central issue in the impeachment trial: why Trump held up nearly $400 million in security assistance to Ukraine while he pressured the country’s president to open investigations of his political rivals.

Bolton’s attorney has said publicly that his client has information relevant to the inquiry, but he has refused to testify. Mulvaney has publicly said that the Ukrainian security assistance was conditioned on opening an investigation of the Democratic National Committee, but walked that statement back shortly after making it. Along with the other two witnesses, they could rebut Republicans’ objections to the testimony already supplied by witnesses in the House’s impeachment inquiry, who said they had understood the security assistance was conditioned on Ukraine launching, or at least announcing, political investigations...

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