Re: Chung, Haynesworth, Price officially out
- I was thinking this game would be a 41-34 shoot-out kind of game. But I wouldn't be too surprised to see both teams play a little ball control, and try to limit each other's offensive opportunities.
We'll probably do more 3-4 today, without Haynesworth. It also provides more coverage for the short passing game, which Fitzpatrick likes so much.
I agree, 85 looked a little more comfortable last week. I'd love to see a breakout game for him.
I think we need a fast start. Even if it's a grind-it-out, 10 play drive. I don't think we can afford many 3-and-outs, or it could be a long afternoon...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Machado.Nicholas" <machado.nicholas@...> wrote:
> I am a bit surprized we haven't seen more of Ridley so far this year. He
> played well in camp and PS and showed plenty of promise. Maybe today he
> will get some snaps.
> As for '85' I agree it is time for him to get a little more involved. Last
> week he had he had a couple of pretty good grabs and looked more
> comfortable and I think his decision to not live with a fan and keep his
> mouth shut during the season were the right ones.
> I wish them both every success.
> At 11:06 AM 9/25/2011 +0700, you wrote:
> >And some were looking for Price to take over the Hernandez "big WR" spot.
> >Could be an opportunity for 85 to have his breakout game as a Patriot.
> >Another possibility is more use of Ridley, who's appeared to be an
> >excellent receiver during pre-season.
> >In any case, Rich, I share your concerns about the defense, now missing
> >both Prior and Haynesworth inside, plus Chung at S, with other DBs banged
> >up. We may need our calculators to keep score in this one, assuming that
> >Brady does have a good game.
> >On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 8:12 AM, Rich Carreiro
> ><<mailto:rlcarr@...>rlcarr@...> wrote:
> >>Pats have downgraded Pat Chung, Albert Haynesworth, and
> >>Taylor Price to "out" for tomorrow's game.
> >>Hope Tommy-boy has a good game, because the D isn't gonna
> >>win it for them...
> >>Rich Carreiro <mailto:rlcarr%40rlcarr.com>rlcarr@...
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> >positive results in government.