Re: "Keep Hating. We coming."
- From: Beiselbub© <yank_ees_suck@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 11:46:56 -0700 (PDT)
On Sep 15, 6:49 am, "Paul Dalrymple" <PBudDalrym...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On Sep 14, 9:03 pm, "ray o'hara" <r...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sep 14, 10:09 pm, "Dr. Winston O'Boogie"
"Matadder" <matad...@xxxxxxx> wrote
Randy Moss's post game comments: "I don't think there's one
person in my face with his microphone that picked us to win
today. So I'm going to end it today: The New England Patriots
are 2-0. We got one in the division. So all you haters keep
hating. We coming."
Belichick has these guys as fired up as they've been in a while.
Nice to see the way they are rallying around Matt Cassel. This
could indeed turn out to be a very interesting season.
they beat a team tha wanted to beat them more than any other team
they will face this season.
and the JEST with favrere are more dangerous than they were with
Are they? I think they traded down when they got Favre. He has
played his entire career with one team, it remains to be seen how well
he can pick up the Jets' system.
What about what mediots from Newsday, the NY Post & the
Hackensack Record all said Monday? That Mangini has to use the
"weapons he has", adjust his offense, etc. by putting the ball in
Favre's hands? Being too conservative & not letting Favre play
his style cost the Jets the game?
Well, in GB Favre had a very good line that could run the ball at
will, which allowed Favre to throw into single coverage and he still
turned the ball over in critical situations. With the Jets he will
see a lot more in-your-face pressure and they don't have the kind of
running game that will make defenses vulnerable to the deep out. You
will see a lot of teams sit back in a 2-deep zone and know that if
they get pressure on Favre that ball will be coming out too soon.
Favre will win some games, but not enough to keep the media in NY from
crucifying Schottenheimer and Mangini. If they are conservative for
the above stated reasons, they will be criticized. If they open it
up, and ignore the above, they will be criticized. This is a case of
Mangini not understanding the offensive side of football well enough
to know the kind of balanced, physical football team you need to have
to run a vertical offense and allow Favre to be successful. It's the
Bledsoe Paradox. (I coined that.)
The one from the Post
also pointed out that the one time he *did* let Favre fire away
resulted in the INT by Meriweather. ;)
On some level they know it is wrong or they wouldn't have come out in
a shell, but the allure of handing the ball to Brett and "letting him
win the game" will be too strong to resist. The fans and the media
will pressure them to let "Brett be Brett," and that will be a
delicious thing to watch unfold.
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