RE: Enjoying Gil and Gino
- ***** Bama, why are you masquerading as Chris? ;-) I said that I am a big
fan of Kevin Faulk. I suggested that he may be the only guy on the team with
enough talent to get us a decent ILB in return, and not be a major loss to
us. Cobbs again looked good in a "Faulk--like" roll. With Dillon, Maroney
(who can also catch out of the backfield), Cobbs, Mills, Pass, and Evans, I
think we have enough to fill our backfield without Faulk. How's the ILB
position look compared to that group?
From: Chris Woods [mailto:ihatethe@...]
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 9:38 AM
To: George; patriots@...; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE:Enjoying Gil and Gino
How soon till we get that bum Kevin Faulk off of the team?
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>From: "George" <patswingr@...>
>To: <patriots@...>, <email@example.com>
>Subject: Enjoying Gil and Gino
>Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2006 08:44:02 +0700
>***** This year, since I no longer have access to every televised
>Patriots game from here in Thailand, I subscribed to NFL.com's "Field
>Pass". I have actually never heard a Gil Santos/Gino Cappelletti
>broadcast. It's great to be able to at least have live audio of the
>games, and especially good to have guys calling it who know our team.
>***** Impressive performance during the first half by the team. Both
>offense and defense did their job. The only real negative would be the
>failure to put the ball in the end zone on the first 2 Brady-led
>drives. But that final drive was very solid, even overcoming the 2nd
>and 24 situation!
>***** We had our first "Ben Watson show". I suspect there will be many
>Maroney was impressive again. But the most encouraging thing about that
>first half was the solid defense.
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