October 31st, 2011

atriots' offseason

By huangjshan108 - October 31st, 2011, 9:42, Category: General

Patriots' offseason report
Patriots' offseason report

Mission accomplished: A cast of cornerbacks mired in mediocrity since Asante Samuel chased the big dollars to Philadelphia received a welcome boost with the additions of Shawn Springs and Leigh Bodden. Given Bill Belichick's track record in coaxing the best out of veteran newcomers anta-Cain needs to spar, it's fair to assume that the pair will pay immediate dividends on the back end. Both are slated for starting duty. Determined to keep Tom Brady's offensive arsenal fully stocked Cheap Tresor Paris Necklaces, the team added proven commodities at wide receiver (Joey Galloway and Greg Lewis), running back (Fred Taylor) and tight end (Alex Smith and Chris Baker). All are legitimate candidates to contend for starting jobs.

Unfinished business: Losing out to Miami in the Jason Taylor sweepstakes and the decision not to pursue any other big-ticket outside linebacker leave career reserve Pierre Woods as the top option to man the OLB post opposite Adalius Thomas, who will be 32 by Week One. Considering the Pats' struggles pressuring the quarterback last season Tresor Paris Bracelets, it may be necessary to dip deep into the defensive playbook for ways to collapse the pocket. As sacrilegious as it may be to suggest Fake Tresor Paris Bracelet Patriots make third trade; get Raiders' '1, there's at least some concern regarding Brady. Not only has he directed all of two drives since Super Bowl XLII, but his trademark passion and work ethic have been questioned after he chose family over football the past two offseasons.

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By huangjshan108 - October 31st, 2011, 9:41, Category: General

Banta-Cain needs to spark Pats' pass rush
Banta-Cain needs to spark Pats' pass rush

Each Wednesday throughout the season we'll identify one player Fake Tresor Paris Earrings, coach or area of the team that is most under the microscope. This week eport- Broncos acquire , OLB Tully Banta-Cain is the choice.

OLB Tully Banta-Cain had a standout season in 2009 with 55 tackles and 10 sacks Cheap Tresor Paris Necklaces, both career bests. He recorded 1½ sacks in the first two games this season, but did not get the start in Week Three against the Bills and totaled only one tackle.

With the Patriots' pass rush non-existent this season (New England sacked Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick just one time when the Bills had given up seven sacks in their first two games) Tresor Paris Earrings, they could use Banta-Cain to regain his ’09 form ive questions with Patr, especially this Monday night against the Dolphins.

Head coach Bill Belichick sent the veteran a message by starting rookie OLB Jermaine Cunningham and OLB Rob Ninkovich. Cunningham has looked good and Ninkovich is racking up tackles. But the Patriots' defense as a whole is better when Banta-Cain is getting into the opponent's backfield.

Putting Miami's emerging passing attack up against a weak Patriots secondary, it's clear that an effective pass rush could be New England's key to victory Monday night. It's just a question of which Banta-Cain will show up.

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By huangjshan108 - October 31st, 2011, 9:40, Category: General

Five questions with Patriots correspondent Ian Rapoport
Five questions with Patriots correspondent Ian Rapoport

Each week throughout the season, we'll ask our Patriots correspondent and Boston Herald writer Ian Rapoport five questions about the Patriots. This week atriots fantasy focus_5, Ian talked about the defensive improvement against the Steelers and what they need to do to slow down Peyton Manning and the Colts.

1. What did you make of the Patriots' defensive strategy against the Steelers where they showed lots of blitzes?

Rapoport: They showed they have it. They hadn't shown many creative blitz packages this season. But the best thing that happened in the game was that guys were beating one-on-one blocks.; Tully Banta-Cain's sack came off a one-on-one block, Gary Guyton beat (Rashard) Mendenhall one-on-one. Those are the battles that good teams win and the Patriots hadn't been winning in pass rush.

2. How much should we read into TE Aaron Hernandez's lack of playing time against Pittsburgh?

Rapoport: It was just their game plan. They realized after the Browns game that they need (Alge) Crumpler on the field. They struggled to do everything without him there. Matchup-wise, you have two big guys (Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski) who are very talented at the same position. You can't play both at the same time.

3. Do they like playing the Colts every year?

Rapoport: They like it when they win. It's as tough a challenge as they get. Brady and Manning understand it from a historical standpoint, they understand the significance of having this many showdowns between two top quarterbacks Patriots' Super Bowl odds remain at 12-1_693, whether they want to admit it or not. They would be OK having a break from the Colts, though.

4. What's the best strategy to slow Manning down?

Rapoport: They may do a little bit of what Cleveland did against Brady — keep him off the field. The Colts give up five yards per rush on the ground and the Patriots can run the ball now. Crumpler is as good a run blocker as there is. I would expect a ball-control offense Tresor Paris Earrings, and on defense, drop eight into coverage Tresor Paris Bracelets, disguising at the line or simply not showing what they're doing.

5. What is your prediction for Sunday's game?

Rapoport: It will be high-scoring Cheap Tresor Paris Earrings, but the Patriots have too much on offense and the defense will play well enough. Patriots 35, Colts 34

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By huangjshan108 - October 31st, 2011, 9:40, Category: General

Report: Broncos acquire OG Hochstein
Report: Broncos acquire OG Hochstein

The Broncos traded a late-round draft pick in 2010 to the Patriots for OG Russ Hochstein on Tuesday ive questions with Patr, according to an ESPN report.

Hochstein Tresor Paris Necklaces, a ninth-year veteran, has made 20 regular-season starts in his career, including two last season Tresor Paris Bracelet Sale, but he functioned mainly as a reserve in New England.

He's expected to be a backup at guard and center in Denver. Hochstein should be very familiar with his new team's offense Tresor Paris Earrings atriots fantasy focus_5, having played for ex-Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels before he became the Broncos' head coach.

atriots fantasy focus_5

By huangjshan108 - October 31st, 2011, 9:39, Category: General

Patriots fantasy focus
Patriots fantasy focus

Almost every week in the Patriots' fantasy focus, QB Tom Brady is the best option Fake Tresor Paris Necklaces, especially now with big-play WR Randy Moss on the Vikings. Since Brady spreads out his passes, it's hard to know which slot receiver (Wes Welker, Deion Branch or TE Aaron Hernandez) will have a big game.

Brady has a tougher task on Sunday, though, against the Chargers and their top-ranked passing defense that allows just 163.7 passing yards per game. In addition to a stout secondary Cheap Tresor Paris Earrings, the Chargers are second in the league in sacks Tresor Paris Earrings, and Brady could get rattled in the pocket.

While he is usually a safe bet Patriots' Super Bowl odds remain at 12-1_693, if you have a better matchup for another QB on your roster, you may want to consider it for this week. TE Aaron Hernandez is still finding ways to be productive, with four catches for 61 yards against the Ravens, so he remains a good bet in the tight end spot.

At wide receiver, we have to wait and see who Brady finds open more often. Last week it was Branch who exploded for 9-98-1. But generally Patriots to sign fill-in kicker_497, Welker is his favorite target.

WR Brandon Tate did not have the game fantasy owners were looking for after snagging him following the Moss trade. He is due for a breakout game, though, in his new role as the team's lone deep threat.



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