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    Three Points

    I can make a million but will keep it at three:

    1- Anyone who has watched the Pats and BB knows not to throw over the middle. Sanchez was totally baited and took the bait. You keep the balls to the outside.

    2- The play on Bart Scott. Totally planned even the little chip on Scott by Welker. Question why do we never have plays like this? The Pats are so well coached they see every opportunity and react when it presents itself. We don't!

    3- Look at the short yardage, they made every single one easily and we made not a one. Can we stop running the ball right at Wolfork? What kind of f***** game plan is that?

    Conclusion, and the only one we can draw, we are a poorly coached team in all areas. Time to clean house, too bad it couldn't start at the owner.

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    All the OP's points have one common thread. The Pats coach is more interested in winning football games than making snappy quotes for the media, the Jets coach, not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetfanfromthestart View Post

    2- The play on Bart Scott. Totally planned even the little chip on Scott by Welker. Question why do we never have plays like this? The Pats are so well coached they see every opportunity and react when it presents itself. We don't!

    That play was originally designed to go to Welker on a slant over the middle with Vereen staying in as a blocking back.

    Once Brady got to the LOS, he saw Scott would have man coverage on the RB coming out of the backfield. That's when he changed the play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    That play was originally designed to go to Welker on a slant over the middle with Vereen staying in as a blocking back.

    Once Brady got to the LOS, he saw Scott would have man coverage on the RB coming out of the backfield. That's when he changed the play.
    Yes, yet another instance of an opposing player raising the level of his game against the Jets because our boneheaded coach called him out. Ever since Ryan questioned the level of Brady's preparation as compared to Manning's, Brady has completely taken over the offense for the Pats. I'm convinced that he is calling at least 80% of the plays at the line, and has no problem switching to a run if confronted with a pass D.

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