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PostPosted: 18 Jan 2020, 04:05 
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against the Steelers , but it could begin as soon as next Sunday afternoon, against the Dolphins.Per a source with knowlege of the situation, Brown is expected to practice on Wednesday. On Monday and Tuesday, he’ll be getting a crash course in the New England offense, likely from offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels directly.Ultimately, it will be up to Brown to show that he knows the offense well enough to play. Once on the field, he’ll need to win the trust of quarterback Tom Brady to get the ball.Last year, receiver Josh Gordon sat out a game before making his debut after a trade from the Browns. It took him a while to get going, but in his fourth appearance he generated 100 receiving yards.Whenever Brown makes his debut, it’s clear the Patriots have high hopes. Apart from that money-speaks-louder-than-words signing bonus of $9 million , a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that coach Bill Belichick pressed pause on his preparations for Pittsburgh to become directly involved in the accelerated negotiations with Brown’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus.So Belichick clearly wanted Antonio Brown. And now Belichick has Antonio Brown. In Week Two, former Belichick lieutenant Brian Flores may get the opportunity to try to stop Antonio Brown. Looking at you, everybody in Week 4."WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementPatriots First ReadRich Eisen’s warning you: don’t sleep on the Patriots in 2019New,25commentsLooking at you, everybody in Week 4.EDTShareTweetShareShareRich Eisen’s warning you: don’t sleep on the Patriots in 2019Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsMuch like Tom Brady, who we’re obviously about to talk about because, well, you’re at a place called Pats Pulpit, naturally , Rich Eisen’s a unicorn in his given field of expertise. The takes he’s been dishing out for almost 25 years and counting are never too hot, never too cold, and always facts-only and posers-leave-the-hall authentic. That, and the part where his blistering 40-yard-dash time has raised over a cool one million dollars for St Jude’s Children’s Hospital, of course.And he’s here to tell you that even after everyone except the New York Football Giants reportedly got an A+ draft grade and outbid each other on the ELITEST of free agents this spring, the road to the Super Bowl still rolls through New England, not only because they’re (obviously) the defending world champions, but there’s also this guy:Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports.....who, you may have heard, if you were goofing off on the internet while you were supposed to be working this week (and you were) , has been over at UCLA slinging the rock to some fresh faces. And by that we mean some kids old enough to be his sons.That laser focus on perfection, to the point where Brady’s practicing with dudes that, as those March Madness commercials so fondly remind us, “will mostly go pro in something other than sports” got Rich’s blood flowing and we got the following sermon that, personally, I’d take over church 7 days a week and twice on Sundays:(we’ve helpfully transcribed it all for you below in case you’ve suffered the worst fate known to man: FORGETTING YOUR HEADPHONES)The man has seen this movie before.So aside from the satisfaction of “To be the man, you gotta beat the man” that we have going on here, Rich also subtly hints at a point that seems to be getting way oversimplified to the point of sounding like a John Madden-ism after this past season: the whole running back situation and how the Patriots can scheme to beat you.We’ve heard it for going on, what, 8 months now? The eyeball-test “well they’re running the ball more now!” because Sony’s getting the carries and the scores , right? Since I’ve already jumped on the roof and yelled that the 2018 Patriots run/pass ratio was more or less identical to almost every season this decade, we won’t rehash THAT again, but all these do-it-all backs and different kinds of weapons that the Patriots love play exactly into one of the main strengths of the Erhardt-Perkins system New England’s offense is based on. What strength is that? When you’ve got a slew of dudes that A) know all the assignments on any given play, andB) can and will line up anywhere on that play (think like when they audible James Develin or James White out wide),If everyone’s on the same page eyeballing the defense and does their job, that defense 9 times out of 10 is a Thanksgiving turkey waiting to be carved as soon as the ball gets snappedOr, to put it another way, the exact opposite of *certain* coaches who will not be named because we all know who they are that go in every week like “We’re going to run OUR offense”....which usually ends up with them playing golf after New Year’s.Hit the books and the tape, Jarrett Stidham - this is what you’re walking into. No pressure.


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