Littles, why do the Pats win Super Bowls? "Yeah, we’re just focused on one game. That’s it. Philly,"
BB said when asked about the four killers coming up: Philly, Dallas,
Houston, and KC. "It’s the only game we can control. So, we’ll do the best we can this week and worry about next week, next week."
The Pats win Super Bowls, because they are better in October than they were
they are better in November than they were in October. "We can’t
control what anybody else does," BB said. "So just worry about
our football team and how we do. That’s all we can do." They won't
win the game this week if they play like they did last week.
won't play like last week, they will be better. "Yeah, I don’t know," BB said.
"We have a lot of good players. A lot of unselfish players. So I
think that’s really the key to it." The Defense faltered a little
last week, but the D is the reason the Pats were 8 and 1 in the 1st half
of the season (or so;).
shocked by the Ravens scheme and speed at QB for their one loss. "Yeah,
I don’t really have any comment on that," BB said. "We’re
trying to get ready for the Eagles. That’s really where my focus is."
That loss was really more of an aberration than an indictment.
as other teams get comfortable with who they are, the true genius of
Belichick takes over. His team is not set or satisfied. The Pats continue
to evolve in November and December. The Ravens ain't changing sh**. The
Eagles are the Eagles. That's it. But this is when the Pats separate
themselves from other teams. BB's coaching forces the team to continually evolve
during the season. They will be a much different team this week than in
Offense has been the Achilles heel of the team. Constant struggles.
Constant injuries. Young players being thrown into roles that they weren't
necessarily ready for, but had to play, and veterans dropping like flies
off a zombie. But now it's November. The D has
been elite. Now it is time for the Offense to improve dramatically, and start helping
them Win. Granted, most of the Offenses woes have been injuries,
especially along the Offensive line. Your offense is only as good as your
wants to play with three backups playing on the O-line. That is a recipe
for losses. But the O-line has been great, for an O-line that is only 40%
starters, which is not good enough. Plus the Pats haven't really had any legit NFL tight ends
playing. One of the best ways to help the O-line is to use tights end to
stay in and block or chip, or run short patterns. The Pats O-line hasn't really had that.
hate on Newhouse and say he sucks until the rug is clean, but he saved the
season in September and October. Wynn has returned to practice, and will
be playing through his vicious toe injury very soon. The O-line will be
much improved with his return, and having Newhouse as a backup or third
Tackle/TE-occasionally will be useful.
despair Pats fans, because LaCosse and Ryan Izzo (who is better than Matt
at getting open in pattern) both returned to practice this week. Those
three IR returnees will significantly upgrade the blocking for Brady and
Sony. The Offense will be significantly improved in November. Than the
team will be significantly improved in December as well, just through the
pure coaching will of Belichick.
what BB does. He doesn't prepare the team for the sprint of September. He
doesn't prepare the team for the early October wonders. He prepares the
Patriots for the Marathon of November, December, and January. Each month
they get better. Never more noticeably than in November and December. And
never more obviously than this year, with all the impact of returning
players as well.
the Pats will be able to line up in a 3-TE set like the Ravens for the first time this
season, either this week or next week. with Watson, Izzo, and LaCosse. How
much does Brady's back love that? Wynn won't play this week, he wasn't
allowed to speak to the Media. But Week 12 is when he is designated to be on
the field protecting Brady's back again. The Offense will be much stronger
this week, because of returning players, and even stronger next week with
obvious improvements from injuries. But let's not forget the vast
the Pats make at this time every year. All the other NFL teams are what
they are. They have put their playbooks onto the field, and BB has the
Tape to prove it. But the Pats change what they do each week based on the
Tape they see of their opponent. They know what the Eagles are going to do
this week and how to stop it, or take advantage of it. They have the
scheme will improve in November and then in December. That is what
Belichick does. The Pats players will improve in November and December. That is
how they are coached. The Pats coaches will improve in November and
December. That is how they have been trained by BB. The Pats will be
noticeable better in this game. And once the O-line finally comes together,
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:
and we needs to hang'em-high from the nearest Nine Iron. Putin's Bitch has ceded
control of our Government to the KGB. The entire essence of Putin's life
is that he is a Soviet Union KGB Officer.
the Orange Orangutan Moron into the greatest asset any KGB Operative ever
with the our Shine Boy President, he has
The first impeachment carried out in the online age has seen Trump criticizing Democrats and a key witness, as pundits and lawmakers weigh in on the latest developments — all in real time.
The impact of social media was highlighted most dramatically on Friday when Trump sent out a tweet harshly criticizing former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch while she was testifying in a public hearing before Congress.
“Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad,” Trump tweeted. “She started off in Somalia, how did that go? Then fast forward to Ukraine, where the new Ukrainian President spoke unfavorably about her in my second phone call with him. It is a U.S. President’s absolute right to appoint ambassadors.”
Trump's tweets immediately become part of the hearing.
“As we sit here testifying, the president is attacking you on Twitter,” House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said, as he read them to
Yovanovitch pushed back against the president, saying that she did not think she had “such powers,” adding that she thought she had “demonstrably made things better, for the U.S. as well as for the countries that I’ve served in.”
When Schiff asked Yovanovitch what Trump intended, she responded that “the effect is to be intimidating.” Schiff's fellow Democrats pounced on the tweet, accusing the president of "witness intimidation" and citing it as evidence of more misconduct.
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"WASHINGTON — A senior U.S. diplomat told Congress that he was briefed on conversations President Donald Trump had with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban in which the two foreign leaders talked Trump into a negative view about Ukraine and its new leader.
George Kent, a senior State Department official responsible for Europe, told House investigators that Putin and Orban, along with Trump personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, had “shaped the president’s view of Ukraine and (President Volodymyr) Zelenskiy.” He said Trump’s conversations with the two leaders accounted for the change in Trump’s view of Zelenskiy from “very positive” after their first call on April 21 to “negative” just one month later when he met with advisers on Ukraine in the Oval Office.
In the interim, Trump spoke by phone with Putin on May 3, and hosted Orban at the White House on May 13.
Kent’s description of those conversations, included in the transcript of his deposition by the House released Thursday, feeds into longstanding concerns from national security experts that the president’s views on key foreign issues are being influenced by Putin and other autocratic leaders such as Orban. The far-right leader of Hungary has been at the helm of a nationalist movement in Europe that has at times found common cause with Trump’s foreign policy."