That is so true, we need to draft our QB, we need luck not that luck just luck, move up for RG3 i think not.we need to keep Matt for i
more year and go all out for Barkley next year.............
[QUOTE=ROADRUNNER;1064206192]That is so true, we need to draft our QB, we need luck not that luck just luck, move up for RG3 i think not.we need to keep Matt for i
more year and go all out for Barkley next year.............[/QUOT
If Manning(hypothetical) can play like he could be the injury, we would be better than the Pats IMHO.
The Pats have no outside receivers and their pass defense cannot stop Brandon Marshall.
We did a good job slowing them down in the 2nd game up in Foxboro. Getting pressure on Brady is the key to beating the Patriots. When he is roughed up, his game is not as precise. The Giants played him perfectly.
We can play them the same way IMHO. If we go with a DE or OLB in the draft for better pass rush, it is because we can never have enough pressure.
The NFL network loves the Patriots.
I love my fins as much as the next homer, but we are nowhere near the pats, even with Manning.
Holy crap, give me some of that kool aid you're drinking. We were 0-7 at one point last year and haven't had a winning record in 3 years. As long as TB is with the Pats with Welker and their two tight ends, the fins will have to prove they can beat the pats heads up twice in a season before any of us can say we have the better team.
The Pats (and Giants) were somewhat fortunate to get to the SB to begin with. I still feel that the Packers (when healthy) and the Saints (and possibly 49'ers) are better than both of them and would beat them 7 out of 10 times.
Make no mistake, the Pats roster has as many holes (if not more) than the Phins. A good QB and HC can cover up a lot of deficiencies.
The Phins lost 38-24 and 27-24 to the Pats. Are you suggesting that a healthy Manning and improved coaching wouldn't have closed that gap?
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