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Old 08-20-2010, 05:57 PM   #46
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Today's news that Dustin Pedroia was just put back on the disabled list left me with an uneasy feeling about Welker.

These 2 guys have always been kind of mirror images. Their attitude, toughness, approach to their respective games, etc. They both go all out all of the time, and play like they have something to prove.

It wouldn't surprise me if Pedroia pushed himself to come back too early to set an example for certain unnamed teammates who might not demonstrate the same level of dedication.

And as soon as he did return, he played with his normal 100% intensity. Because that's the only way he knows how to play. And immediately re-injured his foot going for the extra base.

I think Welker is also the type to do everything in his power to return as quickly as possible. Partly to set an example for his team mates. And also because he knows what can happen when a younger, cheaper player gets a shot to take his job while he recuperates. Especially if the replacement is as capable as Julian Edelman.
I can definitely see some similarity. Thankfully NE has the luxury of not needing Welker to give a jolt for a stretch run as well as have much more attractive alternatives than the Sox have.

My hope is that they take it slow with him despite how good he looks now.
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I could only hope to be as cool as those guys, chief.

I can see why you picked me and mikie for the guys, but I think OBF is probably a lot younger and more attractive than the "moron" lady. Just the fact that she names herself Oldbagfan tells me that she is probably a still-sneaky-hot-cougar that is just trying to throw all the hounds off the trail so she can concentrate on football and be left alone. Pretty good strategy, I'd say.

She fooled everybody. Almost.

Oh I knew OBF is in her mid-30's, how she's the secret love child of William F. Buckley and Phyllis Schlafly, was fostered by Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sowell, served two hitches in the Marines as an Intelligence Specialist and Balkan linguist, and is a Crime Analyst for the California Bureau of Criminal Investigations Drug Task Force ... but I promised not to out her. On the other hand I knew that actor pitching snow on the fishey's back door wasn't really you because there was no golf club or whiskey glass in his hand, but his homespun gruffness did remind me of Jerry's stories of the loving brother holding him down for the dog to lick his face (the more tenderhearted guy was clearly influenced by Mikiemo with the way he couldn't look at the fishey while being quick with an "oops" to protect the ring leader).
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There is so much to laugh at in this one...hang on tight!
And I like to think Belichick is saving up a bunch of brilliant schemes for Week 1. Blitzes so well disguised that Tully Banta-Cain will pop up out of a trapdoor in the turf like the tiger in “Gladiator” and destroy Carson Palmer.

This one totally cracked me up. I don't know if it was the image of a tiger eating a Bengal or the image of the mediots screaming about "trapdoorgate."

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Jerry's take on the 8/25 episode of Hard Knocks:

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You know, I can forgive HBO for many things. I can forgive them for the ending of the Sopranos. For running “Terminator: Salvation 24 hours a day. For almost destroying the once proud American prostitution industry with “Cathouse.” Or for editing “Curse of the Bambino” to make all the clever/ hilarious stuff I said sound like it came out of Mike O’Malley and Denis Leary instead. But there’s one thing I can’t forgive HBO for. Ever. And that’s for almost, practically, nearly, coming close to making me like the Jets with this season of “Hard Knocks.”

It’s terrifying to admit it, but I had a close call last night. A “Near Like” experience. I must confess, for all the chest thumping and woofing the Jets players and coaches have done in the last year in “Hard Knocks” Episode 3, they came off as damned near charming and something approaching lovable. Go figure.

Granted, this was the “Heart Strings” episode they roll out every season. It was all inspirational stories and heartbreak. You know how “Survivor” every year picks castaways that fall into their cliched little niches? Bubbly Cute Chick, Goofy Old Guy, Vacant Ab Model Kid, Masshole With the Thick Boston Accent, etc. “Hard Knocks” does the same thing. DII running back Dennis Woodhead is this year’s Inspirational Overachieving White Rudy Type. DB Brian Jackson is Cocky Rookie. Ropati Pitoitua is Kid You Root For Who Gets His Dream Crushed With a Tough Injury, and so on.

But this season has something the others haven’t had. A breakout side character who takes over the show. The “Hard Knocks” version of Fonzie. Or a non-nerdy Urkel. And that is Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff. Apparently Rex Ryan predicted weeks ago that Westhoff would steal the spotlight and he has. He’s a football lifer. A gruff, profane old bastard who’s tougher than a Waffle House steak and who beat cancer so he’s not about to take any of your crap. A brutally honest, no nonsense lifelong assistant no team can do without. Like the sergeant in every army movie who walks through the battle barking orders while the shells land all around him. Last night Westhoff:

*Uttered the words: “”I don’t give a shit if you have the ****ing triple Asian flu! When we call ‘red’ you get your ass outside!” Brilliant.

*A minute later was encouraging/ teaching/ cajoling rookie TE Mathew Mulligan to do a better job blocking on kick returns and it was enough to make you want to drive block your Barcalounger through the drywall.

*And then provided the clubhouse leader for my favorite quote of the 2010 NFL season: “A year ago I’d have traded him for a night off.”

But it’s not just Westhoff being so cool we should give the name The Hoff exclusively to him. It was the whole squad. Rex Ryan talking normal for once… not playing the bombastic caricature of himself he’s created… about how hard it is for a team to break camp without losing their focus. The rookies putting on a (terrible) show for the veterans and naming Jackson “King Ugly.” The Jets beating Carolina in a preseason game 9-3 and Ryan calling it a “pillow fight” and so on. Anyway, it’s brilliant TV and when they downplay the douchebaggery and Antonio Cromartie goes the whole hour without impregnating anyone, it’s enough to make you not hate these guys. Almost.
Westhoff is brutal.
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Passing this along - Jerry will be on the Planet Mikey show tonight from 8-10 p.m. (Monday). It's always a fun time when he's on!!!!
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In the entire history of sports has there ever been a team that complained more than the 21st century Indianapolis Colts? As I’ve said before, I’m tempted to turn this into a regular feature here at the Stool. “What’s Putting Sand in the Colts’ Vagina This Week?” They bitch when they have to play outdoors in the cold. They whine when you jam their receivers off their routes and their GM get the rule rewritten to eliminate hitting. To turn this into the WNFL. The GM blames the offensive line for losing the Super Bowl. Manning screams at the officials in a preseason game for calling the snap infringement rule the way it’s written. Now they’ve got their panties in a bunch because the league has decided putting a 140lb geriatric in the middle of an NFL defense maybe isn’t the safest thing in the world and the Colts think it’s unfair to them. The change affects every team in football, but you don’t hear the other 31 saying a word about it. Only Indy because they are the ultimate Hot House Orchid team. Delicate little flowers that can’t survive unless conditions are perfect for them. I mean, is this why you couldn’t recover an onside kick in the Super Bowl or why you threw that awful pick-6? Because the umpire was in your eyes? Jesus H. Christ, Manning and Polian. Grow a set. Quit yer bitchin’. The truly greats don’t give a damn where the official is or how fast he puts the ball down. They line up and hit you in the sternum and make plays. If you need the umpire standing in a certain place in order to win, you don’t deserve to win. Man up and just play football, pussies.
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On Maroney and game 3 (from BSS not 'EEI.com)

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I’m not about to fall into the trap of reading too much into the fact that the Patriots 1st unit pretty much got Mariottied by the worst team in football last night. Again, it’s fauxball. I wasn’t asking anyone to gas up the Duckboats after they beat the Saints. To draw any conclusions from the preseason means you think the Pats are better than the Super Bowl champs but worse than the last place Rams, which makes less sense than the Chewbacca defense.

That said, the main question coming out of last night is the status of Laurence Maroney. For the second straight game he never took a snap. And in the first fauxball game he ran with the 2nd stringers. Belichick was asked about it and he gave a long, specific answer which provided a lot of deep insight into the coaches’ thought process. Just kidding. He said “We never had the ball.”

I’m not suggesting there’s some huge crisis of confidence in LoMo, because I honestly have no idea. Belichick has repeatedly said he works hard, he’s doing everything that’s asked of him, yadda yadda. And frankly when I watch him run, I don’t see the same lack of effort he’s accused of on talk radio. That same “dancing” that insufferable gasbag Andy Gresh cites ad nauseum to me is a single back in a spread formation, running inside zones, waiting for seams to develop, then exploiting them. Which is what he’s supposed to be doing. What they call “hesitation” is what LoMo’s coaches are probably calling “patience.” But something is up here, isn’t it? We’ve only got a few possible explanations why Maroney’s uniform hasn’t needed a washing in two weeks, and here is my best guess as to each:

*They love the work he’s put in and feel like he doesn’t need the reps. Odds: 10-1.

*They feel he’s an underachiever with a bad attitude and they’re sending him a message to snap him out of it. Odds: 15-1.

*He’s injured and they’re not telling us because they don’t have to. Odds: 10-1.

*They love him, they feel like he’s the key to the season and they don’t want to wear him out with meaningless runs in preseason like the Rams did with Steven Jackson. Odds: 6-1.

*Kevin Faulk is in on passing/ draw plays. When they straight-up run the ball, they’re going with Green-Ellis and Morris because they need the reps more than Maroney. Odds: 4-1.

*They’re sitting him out just because they’re the Patriots coaching staff and their mysterious ways cannot be explained to us mere mortals with our primitive intellects. Odds: Even.

A few other random observations from a game I admittedly half watched:

*Last night they got away from bringing the corners up and getting their hands on the receivers. It was mostly soft, deep Cover-3s with Butler and McCourty playing 5 yards off the line. And even a newborn like Bradford knows where the gaps in coverage are, so he exploited them with 10 yard dig routes and underneath dumpoffs to the flat.

*McCourty stood out as a guy who took a huge step backward. I’d love to see the Pats get back to playing up, jamming guys at the line and throwing them off their routes.

*I loved Derrick Burgess. On the 1st St. Louis series, he got caught chasing the lead blocker into the line and Jackson burned him (and McCourty) to the outside. But other than that, Burgess set the edge well, forced some runs into the middle and finished off some tackles in pursuit.

*Brandon Spikes took a step back as well. He looked like he was a half step slower to react to the inside runs than he has been.

*Remember Asante Samuel’s fictional “Get Paid” tattoo? I’m getting a “Pay Randy Moss” tattoo by the end of this weekend. On my forehead if necessary.

*I was just starting to draw up a rough draft of my Ron Brace Apology blog when it was announced he’s having his ankle MRI’d today. Still, the kid is showing some sand in his pants he never has before. So I won’t delete the “I’m sorry, Ron” piece yet.

*If anyone is trading Boston Folk Hero Futures, put in a massive “Buy” order on Gronkowski. I haven’t seen a grown man drag another by the leg like that since ‘Zo pulled Jeff Van Gundy around Madison Square Garden. And James Laurnitis has about 200 lbs on Van Gundy. Gronk! Gronk! Gronk!
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http://www.weei.com/sports/boston/ge...ts-best-friend
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http://www.weei.com/sports/boston/ge...ts-best-friend
I will pray for you Jerry ... anyone that easily entertained by such a boring snippet of self promotion needs a serious intervention. Now about that reenactment of the Babe Ruth hot dog & beer story ...
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