I agree with most of what you said. The only thing I disagree is Hobbs. I thought this was one of his better games.
---- "RandyZ. Pierce" <alaric02@...
> Having launched a bit of a tirade message against the sickening part of yesterday, I wanted to follow up with a few game points.
> Richard Seymour had his best game since injury return and really looked remarkably like the Seymour of old despite the slightly sloppy field.
> Lawrence Maroney ran well on all aspects. He didn't have any break away run but he hit the holes hard, broke tackles and steadily was the bright spot on the Patriots offense.
> Junior Seau looked more like late 20's than late 30s as he played a tremendous game yesterday.
> Adelius Thomas had a quiet first half with a highlighted failing on the first option play but he turned it around with a tremendous second half.
> Samuels had his worst game which had many bad should be tackles and a few missed assignments. The Jets final called back TD should ahve been a TD as Samuels was caught in discussion with Vrabel pre-snap and totally missed the assignment at a critical point.
> Hobbes continues to struggle all season long.
> Did we release Stallworth already or has he just become missing on the field?
> How does an offensive line playing at HOME manage to produce four false start penalties, many of which had significant impact on the drive faltering.
> Finally I'd like to end on a positive and Kelly Washington has continued to be the stand-out special teamer I never knew he could become. Heralded as a potential third Wideout challenge he's completely accepted his role and shined as a special teamer. It makes me almost wish I could see what he could do at wideout but for now I wanted to tribute his actual work which has been excellent.
> Go Pats!
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