Re: Ostend's Awards - Bills
- If Colvin is fully healed, putting him on IR would serve no purpose.
They must feel that what he needs is to get back his confidence, his
reflexes, his football instincts. You don't get that on IR. He needs
to get on the field and play.
I do agree, that if his performance is a detriment to the team, he
shouldn't be out there. You can always use the roster spot for a more
effective player. That's a valid argument. They must feel that using
him sparingly will help get him back to where he was (or close to it)
for next year.
--- In email@example.com, Mark/JW <packy001@y...> wrote:
> Ty Warren had perhaps his best game yet. He deserved
> individual recognition. As far as TBC goes, he has
> been making an impact, but it is being exxagerated by
> the overall poor play of Colvin. Before everyome
> jumps all over me, I realize that Colvin is coming
> back from what could have been a career ending injury.
> If he is not ready, then he should have been put on
> --- Randy Z Pierce <alaric02@s...> wrote:
> > 1) Corey Dillon was once again phenomenal. Even
> > with some durability issues, he did twice what no
> > other running back had managed this year. He not
> > only went over 100 yards once - he did it again one
> > carry later! When pressed against the goal line he
> > pounded out a first down to buy the team space for
> > their full offensive arsenal. He's fast to the
> > corner and powerful once he got there, the stiff arm
> > to mammoth Defensive Tackle Pat Williams was a
> > remarkable feat and the ground gainer earns 4 of 5
> > bones. If the team could use him to move inside the
> > 10 it would have been a perfect bone rating on the
> > day but certainly enough for Ostend's top honor for
> > the week.
> > 2) Tully Banta-Cain is a rising performer whom made
> > many a special team tackle and then continued to
> > show up the still healing Rosey Colvin. Tully
> > notched 1.5 sacks and added a freebie interception
> > to showcase why he deserves an increasing amount of
> > playing time. He also has a trio of bones to mull
> > over the rewards of his hard work.
> > 3) Adam Vinatieri may not have thrown a pass but
> > once again he was perfect in five field goals as
> > well as solid on kick-offs despite a challenging
> > wind in the Razor. His rise to the second all time
> > scoring leader for the Patriots went vastly
> > unheralded but he is the steady source of why New
> > England will often win the close games! Second all
> > time gives him two bones worth of award in a game
> > with too many heroes to properly credit.
> > Honorable Mention:
> > Great Front 7 play which manhandled the heretofore
> > spectacular Willis McGahee.
> > A secondary which stopped the deep threats which had
> > marred the first meeting.
> > An offensive line which followed the game plan
> > brilliantly to give Tom time to be Tom and Corey AND
> > Kevin plenty of room to run.
> > A solid game all around and Weis' best game plan to
> > date - now to convert field goals into touchdowns...
> > Go Pats!
> > Ostend
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