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  1. I think what we saw was the Rams going with blocking TE's to get the run game going. Rookies on the OL, previous poor play from the OL, give Goff a little more time to throw, etc. I was actually surprised to see Higbee playing...but he is a good blocker.
  2. Boom! Lost cause. least I managed to post something correctly on this forum. lol
  3. No. They are not to the point where, say, if they lose to AZ tonight people are going wonder "How on earth could that happen????". The only good win they have was against the Rams. Same with the NE defense. "Best ever???" Please. Aside from the Bills, they have played the dregs of the league. That's not to say they (both SF and NE) aren't very good - they are. But elite? I don't think so. They need to play some better teams before I go there. ...and I doubt Breida plays tonight.
  4. Um, this is actually true...well maybe not the "Garropolo is horrible" part. But he can certainly get there. They are not an elite team. And they can easily lose a bunch of games. The defense - yeah, they are legit and will help them succeed. But they are not an "elite" team.
  5. Yes, I'm starting him. ...I'm also starting Sony in another league.
  6. I submit Danny Amandola for your perusal.
  7. OUCH!!!! haha...well, even a blind nut gets a squirrel every now and then.
  8. Hmmmm...maybe I should listen to a press conference from earlier in the week. I'm sure he talked all about it. :^)
  9. There's White, Burkhead, Michel, Devlin...and some other guy who I'm not sure isn't injured. This isn't really about which of these guys I should start. Rather, I'd like this to be about what you guys see as the game plan for the Patriots today against Miami. Here are some facts (and assumptions) I'm going with...and seeking a conclusion: The Pats are a great team. The Fins are a terrible team. The Pats will look to get up big early, and in order to keep the clock rolling to get out of dodge quickly will look to run the ball a lot in the 2nd half. I'm not saying the Pats will take the Dolphins lightly...but I think they just want the win - as ugly as it might be. If you have any other assumptions or facts to add, please do. So with all that, What do you think the RB situation looks like today? Will Devlin get a heavy workload? Without the need to pass the ball much, will that cut into White and Burkhead's need to play? Do they look to get Sony Michel going? What do you guys think? Mods, if this should be in the Assistant Coach Forum, please move it. I didn't think it really fit there, as it's more about the Pats game plan for their RB's...but do as you must.
  10. I tend to agree. I mean "far and away" might be pushing it. But on paper, yeah - to me he's the obvious choice.
  11. I totally agree with what Frog34 said. And he gets a lot of targets. But if you have a better option than Woods, and you think the Saints will shut him down...that's your choice.