That's what happens when you know no one on the opponent's team will ever touch you and your o-line can hold with impunity
It's also the look that happens when you actually have command of the offense, know all the plays, and don't throw the ball to the other team a ton. In other words, a look Sanchez would never be capable of
Right. Pats need to make sure they don't get the Texans angry. Maybe let 'em score on the next coupla possessions.
None of you moron chowders even read what I'm saying. There is no issue in beating an opponent soundly! IF the game is out of hand in the 4th and Brady is still throwing TD passes, the Pats will be in trouble come January. The Pats have already guaranteed that if they play Indy again...the Colts will be pissed. Indy probably doesnt have the horses, Houston does. If they run it up on Houston IN THE 4th QUARTER, they guarantee that Houston will be seething mad and foaming at the mouth. Emotions are a dangerous thing to prod in this sport.
The Welker pi penalty is the exact reason that 'ground and pound' is a dinosaur offensive strategy. The way the game is called these days there is at least one, often two or three freebie bad pi calls or defensive holding calls each and every game. The team that doesn't throw the ball enough or effectively misses out on an extra 30-40 yards and 3 first downs per game.
Would now be an appropriate time to bump the "Pig is ripe for the slaughter" thread from 7 years ago? LMAO
Mark my words, the Jets won't have a chance to CONTEND for a division title for years to come, and that's regardless of how good the Jets might get during that time (which in itself is highly unlikely), because until Brady and Belichick decide to retire like 6-8 years from now, New England isn't going anywhere, and the Jets will continue to stay in mediocrity while watching scores from 20 games around the league to hope they can squeak into the playoffs as a #6 seed, and that's on a good year for the Jets. Then once the two douches actually do retire in New England, hopefully that coincides with the Jets getting good, and Miami and Buffalo continuing to suck, which doesn't seem likely for 10 straight years more, so it's a long road until the Jets can win their next division title, but who knows, maybe the Jets can get loaded up for a nice 2019 run to win a division title. lolz