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  1. I don't see the big deal. Even Tebow says he would do it the same if it happened over again. Dude was 3rd string QB, and BB said he'd prefer no distractions. Props to Tim for buying into the Patriots team concept. Tim was unfortunately not an NFL caliber QB, and got cut. Not much else to say.
  2. Falcons got caught for this.
  3. This is why I keep coming back.
  4. They were not going to resign him next year, and they got a 2nd round pick for him.
  5. Pats fan here: I actually kind of like Bowles. I think he probably needs more experience on the offensive side of the ball, as well as a couple years of seasoning, but I think he could turn into a solid HC. I think HCs do need to have some struggles in their first go around before they truly come into their own. Bill needed to go through the Cleveland experience to become the coach he is today. I believe Josh McDaniels will be a good HC some day. Pete Carroll had his adventures with a number of teams, as you well know, before he achieved success in SEA. What does that mean in the short term for Bowles? Absolutely nothing.
  6. Gave up reading the rest of the thread. My only response: basically every reputable scientist who looked at Exponent's report tore it to shreds. Exponent exists solely to manufacture data for businesses who already know the result they want to reach, usually for use in litigation (or propaganda). Even if you never took middle school science classes, and knew nothing about football, knowing the source of the data alone should be concerning.
  7. Edelman is a constant sh*t talker. Obviously I'm biased, but I think it is hilarious when a LB blows him up on a crossing route and he immediately pops up and starts jawing in the face of a big scary dude who is twice his size. If an opposing team's fans wanted to hate on him, I would have expected more hate for his tendency to deliver pretty crushing blocks to defenders who aren't looking at him (the same way Hines Ward got similar hate), regardless of whether the blocks are legal. The little dude throws his body around the field like a mad man. I'm surprised he hasn't gotten more injuries/concussions, given the way he willingly plays.
  8. I'm actually less concerned about Brissett than I am about the second half pass defense.
  9. Are you suggesting that the PIG is RIPE for the SLAUGHTER?
  10. The fish have a pretty mediocre secondary. I think that is the lesson here.
  11. Something something pig something ripe something something
  12. I haven't posted here consistently for years. I'm glad THE PIG IS RIPE is still a thing.
  13. If you're looking for depth, that he can definitely provide.
  14. There was no physical. Most recent reports are that he didn't even travel to Philly. Kline had shoulder surgery, but he was in camp this year and played in the preseason games. Really the issue is that he is just a pretty average guy. A solid backup at all interior line spots, able to start and not be a complete disaster, but someone you're always looking to improve from. Note how many guards the Pats have picked up in the last two off seasons. If you have a very bad interior OL, Kline will help. But he isn't some sort of all-world road grader.
  15. Knighton was just not playing well in what little we saw of him. His main claim to fame was he was supposed to be able to anchor the middle on run defense, but he was being handled 1 on 1 by lesser offensive linemen. A couple of the young DL were clearly outperforming him in camp and the first couple preseason games.