are starting to worry me a little. They are so clearly a flawed team, on
Offense. They struggled to get things going offensively each game. But the
competition was so incompetent that it didn't matter. The one time they
faced an almost-average non-rookie QB, it looked like he was starting to
tear up the Defense. Then Josh Allen got knocked out of the game.
starting to look like the 2007 Pats. They went undefeated through the
regular season, but who did they really face. They were a great team, but
seemed to come up like bullies in the Super Bowl. They didn't really face
a challenge during the Regular Season, So their steel was never hardened,
and they bent at the end.
been the story of the 2019 Pats so far. It has been one suck-bag QB after
another. The offense has struggled early, and has been saved by the
defense. But the defense hasn't faced a winning QB in the
NFL yet this season. This defense destroys rookie QBs, but what happens when they face
a QB whose steel was been hardened in the NFL.
even remember the Miami's,
puke-bag QB. The Jets? A rookie puke bag at QB. The Bills? Allen seemed to
have something going against the Pats, and got hurt. So they had to put in
another punching-bag QB to give the Pats the blow out. Last week was more
indictment of the Redskins' Douche-bag owner than than anything the
offense did on the field.
face it, the Offense has sucked in the 1st Half of games, and that is
going to hurt them when they face a veteran NFL QB. "It was kind of an odd game. Anytime you get three scores in a game that are non-offensive touchdowns, that's kind of a season's worth and it all happened in one
game," BB said. "A couple of big plays for us on the blocked punt, on the fumble, scoop-and-score by Kyle [Van Noy]. Those are great plays and we took advantage of those opportunities, had some turnovers. I thought we played the ball well and got our hands on some balls. That was good, too.
"Offensively, those guys showed a lot of toughness out there today and just battled through the situation that we ended up being in. It was a really good job by those guys and by the offensive coaches."
They scored one TD in the 1st quarter, but it was a special teams TD by
Winovich (I told you he was a steal in my 2019 AFC East Draft
scored two TDs in the 2nd Quarter on efficient drives by Brady. They could
be down 28 or 35 to 14 against KC with an offense like that.
night the NJG marched into Foxboro, WITH ANOTHER ROOKIE QB. "Gritty, you know. I mean, there’s a couple plays there that.
I mean, there were a handful of bad plays in there. But that happens, and I’m sure we will clean those up as we go
along," NJG HC Shurmur said, then went on when asked about Jones'
INTs. "We had a couple today. Obviously, you can’t do that. But he’s aggressive with the ball, and you know, we will get that cleaned
up." Jones was excellent in this game!
rookie QB. Neither offense looked like they were racing in the
destroys rookie QBs. "It’s been awesome. But I think a lot is always made of – we never say bend but don’t break. Like, we don’t say that here. The same philosophies, the same things we’ve talked about are the same things we’ve said this year and I think we’ve just been doing a good
job," Devin McCourty said. "We have a good unit. We have a lot of guys back, like you said, from the unit that came on strong last year. You get to return all of those guys, especially us in the secondary, but across the board. We lost a few guys but, overall, even the new guys that have come have been experienced players, have been able to pick up the
"so I think we were able to be a little bit more advanced in the spring time to really get going on stuff we really wanted to run, and then I think it’s just personality. Everybody’s buying in, everybody’s willing to do whatever they can to help the defense and that’s playing a bunch of different roles for a lot of different guys and we’ve just got to keep doing it. We can’t get tired of working hard and trying to help prepare people."
But to win the Magnificent Seventh, they have to beat veteran QBs in KC
and the Play Offs.
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:
time we turn around the Trump hierarchy,
by Donald Dumb-Ass Duck,
committing more and more and more and more and more,
the Dumb Ass keeps admitting it, over and over
"WASHINGTON—Two donors to a pro-Trump fundraising committee who helped Rudy Giuliani’s efforts to investigate Democrat Joe Biden were arrested late Wednesday on criminal charges stemming from their alleged efforts to funnel foreign money into U.S. elections and influence U.S. politics on behalf of at least one unnamed Ukrainian politician.
In an indictment unsealed Thursday, federal prosecutors in Manhattan alleged Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were engaged in political activities in the U.S. on behalf of one or more Ukrainian government officials—including a lobbying campaign, targeted at a Republican congressman, to remove the U.S. ambassador in Kyiv. President Trump ordered the ambassador, Marie Yovanovitch, removed from her post in May.
The two men were charged with four counts, including conspiracy, falsification of records and lying to the Federal Election Commission about their political donations, which included a $325,000 donation through a limited liability company to a super PAC formed to support Mr. Trump, according to the indictment. Geoffrey Berman, the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, said Thursday the investigation was continuing."