The 2019

Patriots Season. 

Pats Week 14:

Part I.

Bubbles Bubbles Toils And Troubles.


The Pats still need to upgrade Offensive talent. Harry and Wynn helped visibly on the field. But the bad offensive play cannot continue this week. They are winning with smarts, grit, and determination. And of course the best Defense in the NFL. And also because a Dome team came north into a New England icy rain storm. This week they are not getting that lucky. They are heading into the perfect trap in Houston. So far the only thing the D hasn't been able to able was Lamar Jackson's Option. 

Deshaun Watson is the only guy in the world who has a chance to imitate Jackson's phenomenal play in the Option. The D is going to need the Pats' Offense to step up in this game. The Option and Zone read uses the Patriots Defense's great aggression against them. The question is how much can they change Houston's Offense in a week? 

Watson did all that stuff that Lamar did against the Pats at Clemson. "4th and 1 situations, Watson’s had a couple big keepers like he did against New Orleans and scored from about the 20-yard line or so on a zone read and he kept the ball. So, he’s very, very good," BB said. "He’s a very accurate downfield passer. He’s made some great throws on: double-moves, seam routes, post patterns, go routes, things like that. 

"And of course, we all know he’s a very athletic guy with the ball in his hands. So [he's] dangerous. [He] can score from anywhere at any time [like Lamar, and it] doesn’t take long. It’ll be a big challenge for us for 60 minutes. But even with a few seconds to go, it’s a long way from [home Toto]. Any game’s a long way from being over if he has his hands on the ball." 

So the Pats are going to need some help on Offense in this game, and in the Play Offs. Brady is getting killed waiting the pocket for guys who don't completely know the Offense to get open. He is also dealing with two rookies who just can't understand their complicated Offense yet. And the Play Offs are coming up fast. AB does understand what Brady wants him to do. 

It is tough to win in the Play Offs with Rookies playing such important roles. "They both have worked really hard at trying to do the things we’re asking them to do. There’s nobody that comes from college and has been doing things the way that we’re asking them to do them right away, I don’t really care what position it is. And so, that position is really no different than the others," BB said about N'Keal and Jakobi. "You want to train them to create good habits both in releasing, alignment, route running, catching the football. How to finish different routes versus different techniques in coverage. They’ve seen a lot of different coverages that you don’t always see in college football. They continue to work really hard in practice. Joe [Judge] and Troy [Brown] have done a great job of bringing them along. Tom [Brady] has done a great job of working with them in practice. 

"The biggest thing for us is we just continue to try to improve on something. If you keep making progress with young players then that’s all you can ask of them. I know their work ethic and their attitude has been great; they’re very eager to try to do things the way that we want them to do them. They both went out there and made some plays that helped us win. A lot of things that we can do better, a lot of things that we can clean up and those game experiences always contribute to the improvement of a player. There’s nothing you can do to simulate the game. We have a great opportunity this week to try to build off of last week." 

But is it enough to win the Magnificent Seventh?

The problem is that the obvious solution looks like a trap. The problem with Antonio Brown is that he is a bringer of chaos. There was a tornado of chaos swirling through Foxboro for the less than two weeks he was here, bringing anarchy like nothing we've seen in BB's reign. It is no longer a mystery why Pittsburgh never won in the Playoffs with him on the team. He is a disruptor. 

I mean, even Brown noticed his discord in his time in here. "Mr. Kraft I apologize sincerely to you and your organization! All I wanted to be was an asset to the organization;" He twitted. "Sorry for the bad media and the drama! Thank you sincerely AB." The Drama... the drama! 

That is just another euphemism to for the turmoil that tossed the Pats Franchise around like a dingy in a hurricane. So the real questions are: can the Pats win with Brown's chaos off the field swirling around the team? And can the Pats win without Brown's talent on the field helping Brady? So while the Brown solution seems simple and obvious, it is anything but. 

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:



 Let's be clear 


the entire fake "Burisma" story 


is Putin's Propaganda 


in his plot to destroy America. 


When you hear any (R) saying






PUTIN, and


Russia's new and improved KGB. 



crying and whining about "Burisma" you are listening to treason. You are listening to fake Americans feeding you Soviet Union KGB "Misinformation!"






I remember when (R)'s used to pretend to love America.

Now they don't even pretend. And all the Fox Fake News toadies continue to propagate Russian Anti-Democracy propaganda and goosestep into line behind Putin's Bitch, Herr Trump, America's New Fuhrer.

Definition of Furher "a ruthless, tyrannical leader."


Congratulation (R)s! YOU WIN!


White House Budget Official Said 2 Aides Resigned Amid Ukraine Aid Freeze.

Mark Sandy, an official at the Office of Management and Budget, testified that two of his colleagues quit after expressing concerns about President Trump’s decision to withhold military assistance.

"WASHINGTON — Two officials at the White House budget office resigned this year partly because of their concerns about President Trump’s decision to hold up congressionally approved security assistance to Ukraine, a third aide at the office told impeachment investigators, revealing dissent within a key agency about Mr. Trump’s refusal to release the money.

"Mark Sandy, an official at the White House Office of Management and Budget, told the House Intelligence Committee in a private interview this month that one of the officials “expressed some frustrations about not understanding the reason for the hold” before resigning in September.

"A second co-worker, an official in the legal division of the office, also resigned after offering a “dissenting opinion” about whether it was legal to hold up the aid, Mr. Sandy testified, according to a transcript of his testimony released by the committee on Tuesday.

"He did not identify either official, and it was unclear how senior they were or how directly their resignations were tied to their concerns over the withholding of the aid. But Mr. Sandy’s account of their departures — after weeks of unanswered questions inside the budget office about why Mr. Trump had directed the funding frozen — underscores the depth of the pushback inside a key White House agency about a decision many officials believed was legally questionable and potentially dangerous.


"The issue is at the core of the impeachment inquiry, which marched forward on Tuesday as the House Judiciary Committee announced its first hearing next week and invited Mr. Trump’s legal team to participate. Democrats have charged that Mr. Trump abused his power to enlist Ukraine in smearing his political rivals, in part by withholding the nearly $400 million package of aid the country desperately needed while insisting that its leaders announce investigations of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and other Democrats.


"Mr. Trump has insisted he never pressured Ukraine for the investigations or made the aid contingent upon them, and was instead withholding the money out of concern for corruption in Ukraine and a desire to have other countries pay their fair share. And his Republican allies have argued that the funding’s eventual release proves that Mr. Trump did nothing wrong.


"But the money was delivered only after a bipartisan outcry by lawmakers and after the White House became aware of a whistle-blower complaint that alleged Mr. Trump was using the funding as leverage. Two people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday that Mr. Trump had been briefed on that complaint when he unfroze military aid for the country in September.

"Several diplomats and national security officials have testified that the freeze generated discord at the State Department, the Defense Department and the National Security Council, where top officials were worried about the security implications for Ukraine, as well as the legal implications of denying money allocated by Congress.

"Mr. Sandy testified that he was informed that the aid freeze came directly from Mr. Trump, who he was told began inquiring about the assistance package on June 19, after seeing a news media report. Mr. Sandy learned of Mr. Trump’s decision to put a hold on the aid through a July 12 email from Robert Blair, a top aide to Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff.


"That email, which Mr. Sandy received nearly a week before other administration officials have said they learned that the aid had been frozen, indicated that “the president is directing a hold on military support funding for Ukraine,” he told impeachment investigators.

"In an indication of the level of frustration about the situation inside the budget office, Mr. Sandy said he and others repeatedly asked his superiors why the security assistance had been frozen, but were never given a rationale.

“It was an open question over the course of late July and pretty much all of August, as I recall,” Mr. Sandy said.

"He equivocated when asked whether both his former colleagues resigned because of their concerns about the aid, making it clear that he drew the conclusion himself. “I’m always reluctant to speak to someone else’s motivations,” he cautioned.

"I never want to attribute that as the, you know, sole purpose for an individual’s actions, but I am aware of their frustrations in that area, yes,” he said of the official in the legal office.

"Mr. Sandy is the only official at the budget office to testify in the impeachment inquiry. Several others, including Russell T. Vought, the acting head of the office, have refused to appear.


"The House Intelligence Committee released the transcript of his Nov. 16 testimony, along with one of an interview by Philip T. Reeker, the acting assistant secretary of state in charge of European and Eurasian affairs, as Democrats were pushing forward with the next phase of their impeachment inquiry.


The House Intelligence Committee released more transcripts on Tuesday.

"Also on Tuesday, the Judiciary Committee announced it would convene its first hearing in the matter on Dec. 4, calling a panel of constitutional scholars to inform the debate over whether to impeach Mr. Trump.

"The hearing is similar to one the panel held in 1998, when it began debate over whether to impeach President Bill Clinton.

"Representative Jerrold Nadler, Democrat of New York and the Judiciary Committee chairman, wrote a letter to the president Tuesday afternoon notifying him of the hearing and offering his lawyers a chance to question the witnesses. He asked the White House to inform him by Sunday if the president or his lawyer wants to participate in the initial hearing, and reminded Mr. Trump that House rules empower him as chairman to curtail that involvement if “you continue to refuse to make witnesses and documents available” related to the inquiry.

"The White House did not immediately respond to the letter or a request for comment. Mr. Trump’s allies have complained bitterly for weeks that the president’s legal team did not have a seat at the table during the Intelligence Committee’s investigation into his actions involving Ukraine, but they have also sought to avoid any move that could be seen as giving the inquiry legitimacy.

"The first Judiciary Committee hearing will probably take place just as the intelligence panel sends its written report summarizing the findings of its two-month investigation. In the coming days, Democrats could schedule another hearing for the Intelligence Committee to formally present its work to the judiciary panel.

"But information related to the investigation continued to trickle out. On Tuesday, Democrats on the House Budget Committee released a summary of documents from the White House budget office that asserted that administration officials improperly held up the funds for Ukraine. The summary said a decision by Michael Duffey, a political appointee in the office, to take authority over the funds was “a troubling deviation” from procedures..."

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