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Christian the social media expert that he is wants Patriots fans to know that Malcolm Butler's picture on social media doesn't mean anything.
Christian is up late and opens up the show talking about the Malcom Butler situation. It seems that Malcom Butler will be moving on to New Orleans and Christian doesn’t want to see him go. The discussion switches to racism with comparisons between Gronk and Zeke.
quarterback? How many times did we see it, hear about it? Peyton Manning unable to make plays against a secondary of Hank Poteat and Troy Brown stands out. Sure, eventually Manning and Drew Brees and the really good ones will adjust and catch
ballot Hall of Famer. 7:58: Nick Collins to the locker room. Now three guys in the secondary are out. I smell a Hank Poteat / Troy Brown backfield in the second half. 8:00: Packers run once and head to the locker room. Well, except for
straight time. I’ll never forget looking out on the field and seeing Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne lined up against Hank Poteat and Troy Brown . An all-time mismatch, right? The Colts scored three points that day. After the game, 60,000-plus Patriots fans happily sat in brutal Route 1 traffic, secure in the knowledge that Bill
quarterback? How many times did we see it? I can still recall Peyton Manning unable to make plays against a secondary of Hank Poteat and Troy Brown. Sure, eventually Manning and Drew Brees and the really good ones will adjust and maybe even catch up, but Chad Henne? Chad Henne? Is it possible that
4th quarter, did I hear one of the announcers say “ Hank Poteat is stonewalling Moss at the line?” How is it that Moss ..... can beat corners in his sleep,” is unable to beat Hank Poteat ? That’s not a good sign. Brian S A: I think it’s a bad sign that Moss can’t beat Ty Law. Law is not in football shape. He had no training camp and just two practices when he showed up in Foxboro. I think Randy should have lit him up. At the very least, wouldn
but the move reminds us that the AFC East teams love to feed off each other at opportune moments. (O’Connell, Hank Poteat , Jason Webster , etc.) However, I was still a little surprised that it wasn’t Marques Murrell who was re-signed — he had a nameplate and a locker
Marcellus Rivers (who was signed, released and re-signed all within a month in 2007), safety Ray Ventrone , cornerback Hank Poteat and linebacker Chad Brown , all of whom were signed and released and returned on multiple occasions. Probably the textbook shadow