The 2019

Patriots Season. 

Pats Wild Card. Part V.

Derrick Henry.


The Pats biggest worry is the big RB Derrick Henry. "We’ve got to find a way to bring him down, but I always say you get in trouble when you’re supposed to play middle of the field and you’re worried about tackling Derrick Henry for 5 yards," McCourty said. "Like, if that’s happening, it’s going to look great on one play. Everyone’s going to get up. You made a tackle for 5 yards or 3 yards. But, the very next play is going to be a play-action. They’re going to throw the ball over your head." When Henry is killing it, the Offense becomes two dimensional with the Play Action. 

That is when Tannehill is the most effective. "So, I think when you play teams where they have the leading rusher, and they have a quarterback with the highest passer rating, and they have A.J. Brown, Corey Davis, Sharpe?" McCourty said. "They’ve got a lot of guys, Jonnu Smith (as well) making big plays. You’ve got to count on each other. We’ve got to trust each other out there on the field that if it’s a run play the guys up-front that are in position to play the run are going to play it, and then if it’s play-action they’ve got to trust that the guys in the back-end are going to be ready to play the pass. And we’ve got to do that for 60 minutes." Henry was great this season.

However, the real worry is that in the last six games of the Season he was HOF great. He led the NFL in rushing. This has to concern the Patriots Defense. However, in the last six games he rushed for almost 900-yards (896), and in the last seven games he almost eclipsed a 1,000. 

The Titans like to put three tight ends in the game, like Baltimore did to them. "I think you have so many matchup issues when you go 13, and you have tight ends that are versatile that you have to be able to match them and play to however they’re using them, and you really won’t know that until the game gets going," McCourty said. "You don’t know 13, especially for this team, you run 13 and you still have Henry in the backfield. You can go 13, three tight ends, and kind of run smash-mouth football and run the ball. 

"But, you could also go 13, and spread it out and it’s 11. And now you’re throwing the ball downfield, you’re going hard play-action. So, they have a lot of variables, I would say, out of 13, and 12, and really 21 for that matter, too." That is also when you see Jonnu Smith's versatility in the passing game. 

The Pats have a big advantage in the cold rain on a New England night. However, a lot of that will be lost if Henry pounds the defense to death, and then they can play action, especially when they go 13, and beat the defense deep over the top. The Patriots Defense has to get to Henry early before he can get that motor running. 

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:



 Trump attacked Iran Without any



Proof of "imminent attack".


It was such an obvious lie watching


Pompeo choking on the words.










We Will not be IRAQed again!!!


Trump briefed Graham on airstrike,

but kept Dems in the dark.

01/03/20 10:25 AM
By Steve Benen

It’s called the Gang of Eight. On matters of highly sensitive intelligence, eight congressional leaders – the top two members from each chamber and the Intelligence Committees – are supposed to receive special briefings and notifications, which are shared with no other lawmakers.

The process is more than just a courtesy between branches of government: the Gang of Eight briefings are an important oversight step, required by statute, ensuring a level of accountability on matters of national security.

For example, ahead of a U.S. airstrike targeting and killing Qassim Suleimani, a commander of Iran’s military forces in the Middle East, one might expect the executive branch to notify the Gang of Eight. This week, according to Democratic members of the group, that did not happen.

Donald Trump did, however, apparently let Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) know. TPM reported this morning:

While House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) rails against President Donald Trump for approving a fatal attack on Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani without consulting Congress, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that he got a special early briefing while golfing with Trump in Florida.

“I was briefed about the potential operation when I was down in Florida,” Graham said Friday morning on Fox and Friends. “I appreciate being brought into the orbit.” […]

Graham was spotted golfing with Trump earlier this week at the President’s West Palm Beach golf club.

Or put another way, we’re apparently moving away from the Gang of Eight reporting process and toward a process in which the president notifies an allied senator about national security decisions while sharing a tee time.

If this sounds at all familiar, Trump also kept the Gang of Eight in the dark on the mission targeting Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the founder and leader of ISIS, a few months ago. The president did alert Lindsey Graham – who is not a member of the Gang of Eight and whose Senate responsibilities do not require notifications like these.

This isn’t how any of this is supposed to work in this country, though clearly Trump doesn’t care. What’s less clear is what might happen in the future – because the funny thing about norms, institutions, and respect for the rule of law is that once they’re broken, they’re awfully tough to piece back together.

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the United States's European allies "haven't been as helpful as I wish that they could be" following the U.S. strike in Iraq on Thursday that killed Iran's top military commander, Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

"Frankly, the Europeans haven't been as helpful as I wish that they could be," Pompeo told Fox News's Sean Hannity during an interview Friday night.

"The Brits, the French, the Germans all need to understand that what we did, what the Americans did, saved lives in Europe as well," he added.

The top U.S. diplomat reiterated in the interview his assertion from earlier Friday that Soleimani, a powerful Iranian military figure and leader of the country's elite Quds Force, was planning an "imminent" attack before he was killed.

"There was an attack that was imminent that could have killed dozens or hundreds of Americans," he said, referencing Trump's remarks on the topic earlier in the day.

Pompeo said Soleimani was laying the groundwork for "what they were referring to as the 'big attack,'" saying it was "aiming to take down significant amounts of Americans" and would have "undoubtedly killed locals too." 

"This was a good thing for the entire world, and we're urging everyone in the world to get behind what the United States is trying to do, to get the Islamic Republic of Iran to simply behave like a normal nation," Pompeo said.

A number of other global leaders voiced concern this week following the U.S. strike that killed Soleimani and others as their convoy left Baghdad International Airport.

“Peace in the Middle East and the Gulf region should be preserved,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said. “We urge all parties concerned, especially the United States, to maintain calm and restraint and avoid further escalation of tensions.”

In a statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry said “such actions don’t help resolve complicated problems in the Middle East, but instead lead to a new round of escalating tensions.”

German government spokeswoman Ulrike Demme described the strike as "a reaction to a whole series of military provocations for which Iran bears responsibility" but urged caution moving forward.

“We are at a dangerous escalation point and what matters now is contributing with prudence and restraint to de-escalation,” she added.

The Europeans are not going to help, because anyone with any commonsense knows that Trump and Pompeo are lyin' sacks of shit. Trump already explained how he/O'Bama was going to lie his way into War, to distract the American People from his lies, crimes, and impeachment. Which is exactly what Trump is doing right now.

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