Week Six Morning Aftermath: Patriots 59, Titans 0

The Tennessee Titans had been called the best 0-2 team in league history. 

And the best 0-3 team in league history.

And the best 0-4 team in league history. 

And the best 0-5 team in league history.

They’re now simply a crappy 0-6 team that has by all appearances given up after an embarrassing 59-0 whitewashing on the white field at Foxborough.

We’ve believed that coach Jeff Fisher has resisted benching quarterback Kerry Collins in favor of Vince Young because Fisher fears that a 4-12 or worse finish could get the longest-tenured head coach in the NFL fired.  Post-game comments from owner Bud Adams suggest that, indeed, Fisher is suddenly in trouble.

“If we end up losing every game or don’t look better, I’d have to look at that pretty hard, you know what I mean?” Adams told Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean after the game, which the only owner in franchise history called possibly the low point in 50 AFL and NFL seasons.

Said Fisher, “I’m disappointed and embarrassed.  Fortunately for me, career-wise, I have never been
through anything like this before and, unfortunately, it happened
tonight.  I can assure you one thing, it’s not going to happen again.”

Since stuff like this rarely happens to many teams or head coaches even once, it’s pretty safe to assume that Fisher won’t see it happen again.

As the Titans enter their bye week, the question becomes whether Collins will continue to take the snaps.  If there was any doubt before Sunday’s game, Collins did nothing to help his cause with a 4.9 passer rating.

The low point for the Oilers/Titans was a high point for the Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady, who connected on five second-quarter touchdown passes.  The 59 points scored are the most in franchise history, as were the 691 yards of total offense.

The decision to use Brady in the third quarter with a 45-0 lead likely will spark some criticism, but Brady stayed for only one more post-halftime drive before yielding to unproven rookie backup Brian Hoyer.  In a day that had seen a crazy second quarter, the last thing the Pats needed was to yank Brady and risk opening the door for what would have been a historic comeback.

In the wake of the stunning outcome, it’s obvious that the Titans are now for all practical purposes done, a season after a 13-2 start has led to eight straight losses.  Even if they somehow run the table, 10-6 probably won’t get them into the postseason. 

For the Patriots, the game brought back memories of 2007.  The question is whether it was an aberration — or whether the Pats are finally back to the form that carried them to 16 regular-season wins two years ago.

We’ll withhold judgment on that one until the Patriots blowout someone other than the best 0-5 team in league history.

56 responses to “Week Six Morning Aftermath: Patriots 59, Titans 0

  1. “The Tennessee Titans had been called the best 0-2 team in league history. ”
    Only by idiots. The best 0-2 team in league history is the 1993 Dallas Cowboys.

  2. You shouldn’t have stomped on that Terrible Towel, LenWhale. Titans now 0-8 since the stomp with no end in sight. Respect the towel!

  3. That had to be one of the most pathetic displays of football ever, on any level. Last week there were comments about the Raiders being quitters who were just putting in their time. They responded with their best effort in a couple of years. It will be interesting to see if the Titans have any stones in their collective pouches or if they are going to roll over and play dead while their head coach takes the fall from the owner.

  4. As proud as I am of the Pats for putting up that type of beatdown, Tennessee disgraced themselves yesterday and showed how little heart they have. The offense was shameful, Kerry Collins is finished as a starting QB, and Vince Young showed absolutely nothing. Their defense couldn’t stop an Ivy League offense, and in reality the Pats could have put up 70 points EASILY.
    Now would be the time to stop the talk of “best 0-whatever team”. They will be lucky to finish the season 4-12. How quickly the tide can turn.

  5. Shouldn’t the Pats have eased off a bit in this one? It’s the NFL, not the BCS. Why kick this bunch when they’re down?

  6. Well, the Skins may be struggling, but at least their games have all been close ones. One or two plays away from having a chance to win every week.
    The Titans were one or two plays away from giving up an all-time record number of points in this one.

  7. why were the patsy’s playing all by themselves/with themselves… wasn’t there suppose to be another team on the field!!!?

  8. What was that quote from Remember The Titans ? “Attitude reflects leadership”. Fisher had better change their attitude immediately or he is definitely gone.

  9. They’re brutal, no doubt about it, but if I was Fisher I would hope my track record there would be more than enough to weather this brutal storm. One lousy year and he’s gone? Him sticking by Collins is one thing, but what’s his option, go with Young? He knows Young can’t play. He looks worse than JaMarcus Russell. That pick is on the owner and why is the GM being absolved of blame here? They have no QB, no TE who can catch and the receivers are brutal. All Fisher’s fault?

  10. Sorry, but the Titans simply played a horrible game, not the Patriots a great one. The Pats played well, but the Titans did not seem to try … they did not tackle, did not cover, that was about the worst performance I have ever seen by a team. Ever as in ‘ever’.
    Well, the last team blown out of Foxboro in the snow (Cardinals) went on to (loose) the Super Bowl that season. Not all hope is lost! Fisher is still a very good Head Coach and possibly the best thing which could happen to a team like the Redskins. I’d rate him higher than Shanny.
    But the Patriots have to (and will) get better by orders of magnitude in order to be a competitor.

  11. TommYD is 100% correct. Titans are winless since they disrespected the Steelers Terrible Towel. Will they ever win again??? Perhaps if they issue a convincing public apology, they may reverse the curse.

  12. Wow, just checked NFL.com Gamecenter for this game …
    Vince Young (0/2, 1 Int) is listed as the statistical team leader at QB. With 0 yds!
    Wow, you are really, really in trouble if that is the case.

  13. “In a day that had seen a crazy second quarter, the last thing the Pats needed was to yank Brady and risk opening the door for what would have been a historic comeback.”
    Seriously??? The Titans were dead on their feet. Anyone could see that. There was little chance of them scoring, let alone coming back in an epic way.

  14. # Krow says: October 19, 2009 10:28 AM
    Shouldn’t the Pats have eased off a bit in this one? It’s the NFL, not the BCS. Why kick this bunch when they’re down?
    _____________________________
    Should they have started easing off before halftime?

  15. “Shouldn’t the Pats have eased off a bit in this one? It’s the NFL, not the BCS. Why kick this bunch when they’re down?”
    ^^^^^^^^^
    If you had watched the game, you’d know that not only did they ease off the gas pedal, but they could have had an additional touchdown and a safety at the end of the game. For Christ’s sake the Pats were up by 4+ touchdowns at the end of the first half, and got two more touchdowns before halftime. It’s a team’s job to play the game to win, not appease a disinterested opponent.
    Stop with all the running up the score talk. It’s un-American.

  16. Thanks for the two toothless idiots for reminding us all why Steeler fans are the reason most of us hate the Steelers.
    For those thinking the Pats kept the pedal to the metal for too long. I recall the score being 52-0 with 7-8 minutes left in the 3rd QUARTER! Then they put in their backup and when they were up 59-0 they had a couple shots at FGs from inside the 20 but opted instead to go for it on 4th and long instead of racking up the points.

  17. “The decision to use Brady in the third quarter with a 45-0 lead likely will spark some criticism, but Brady stayed for only one more post-halftime drive before yielding to unproven rookie backup Brian Hoyer. In a day that had seen a crazy second quarter, the last thing the Pats needed was to yank Brady and risk opening the door for what would have been a historic comeback.”
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    A high school team would be criticized for bringing out their starting QB in the second half when leading an 0-5 team 45 to nothing. “Historic comeback” doesn’t even begin to describe what it would’ve taken for the Titans to make that game interesting.
    Kerry Collins could morph into Peyton Manning, Agent Smith-style, and they’d still lose that game by 20.
    So yeah, Belichick deserves a few hardball questions after risking Brady for even one play in the 2nd half. Didn’t he see what happened last season? Or is he so bored he just wants to see if he can build up Hoyer and trade him for multiple picks?

  18. So yeah, Belichick deserves a few hardball questions after risking Brady for even one play in the 2nd half. Didn’t he see what happened last season? Or is he so bored he just wants to see if he can build up Hoyer and trade him for multiple picks?
    ————————————
    Anything one team can do in the first 30 minutes of football, another team can do in the last 30. It would be stupid to expect him to pull Brady at halftime.

  19. TommYD says:
    You shouldn’t have stomped on that Terrible Towel, LenWhale. Titans now 0-8 since the stomp with no end in sight. Respect the towel!
    Holeinone09 says:
    TommYD is 100% correct. Titans are winless since they disrespected the Steelers Terrible Towel. Will they ever win again??? Perhaps if they issue a convincing public apology, they may reverse the curse.
    ___________________________________
    Ahh, the magic cloth. Typically, pagans believe in such things.

  20. I’m glad (and not at all surprised) that the patriots brought brady back in for the third quarter, if only briefly. Billy B just couldn’t resist doing that. What an idiot move. This is one of the reasons why they are hated. Glad they proved that point again. And to have your starting qb out there on a snowy wet field with a huge lead a year removed from a blown out knee? Stupid. I would have laughed all night if he got knocked out again while they were running it up. Keep coaching just like that. Please.

  21. Last week the Pats were done. This week the babies are crying about them running up the score. Sorry Steeers fans but you needed overtime to beat those chumps. OVERTIME. Fisher is a great coach but his players aren’t listening anymore. Time for a change.

  22. The decision to use Brady in the third quarter with a 45-0 lead likely will spark some criticism
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    Please stop saying garbage like this, it is not college football. Brady seemed to be lacking confidence when he struggled earlier this year, got a big boost here.
    It is professional football, if the other teams decides to throw in the terrible towel(and stomp on it) then they should run up the score just to prove the other team gave up!
    Any word if LenDale White has still managed to stay away from Patron?

  23. “firesnake says:
    October 19, 2009 10:54 AM
    Wow, just checked NFL.com Gamecenter for this game …
    Vince Young (0/2, 1 Int) is listed as the statistical team leader at QB. With 0 yds!
    Wow, you are really, really in trouble if that is the case.”
    What I find interesting is that Vince Young went 0-2 with an INT, and a QB rating of 0.
    Kerry Collins was 2-12, with an INT, and -7 yards. His QB rating was 4.9.
    So it’s better to throw for negative yards than 0 yards in the NFL QB Rating system. Isn’t that weird? -0.6 yards per attempt is better than 0 yards per attempt.

  24. The largest comeback in NFL history was 32 points. This was 45-0. So the Titans had to score two more TDs than the largest comeback in history. So yes it was idiotic for Bill B. to put Brady back in the game.

  25. Krow says:
    Shouldn’t the Pats have eased off a bit in this one? It’s the NFL, not the BCS. Why kick this bunch when they’re down?
    ________________________________
    The Patriots did ease off. Brady played the opening drive of the second half and nothing more.
    The players on both teams are professionals who have contracts to play for their respective teams. Many players have contracts that include “escalators” which will pay them more money if certain goals are reached.
    Would you tell a player that he shouldn’t play more snaps in a particular game, just because the score is a bit lopsided, if one of those escalators includes, for example, “percentage of offensive snaps”?
    Would you tell that player, “Forget about the extra money and how that can help you and your family in the long run. We’re so far ahead, we don’t need you to play anymore today.”
    While that probably wouldn’t be the case with Brady, it could be the case with other players on the offense.
    By the way, these players on both teams get paid to play football, unlike college football. They’re playing to keep a position on a team. There’s many other guys just waiting for their chance to be a starter and don’t you bet against them wanting to do their utmost to keep their starting position if they ever get it. The guys in college are playing their best to get a good NFL contract. Once they get there, they’re fighting to stay there.

  26. running up the score?????? what the hell is wrong with you pats haters? this is the nfl, these guys get paid to stop the offense, and if they dont stop them, well, they lose games like they did yesterday. brady played one series in the 2nd half, that is it.. funny, the oilers/titans had the greatest comeback in history when they beat the bills, and their fans are crying over “running up the score”? wake up. i wish the pats won 85-0 to make up for that cheap ass bobby wade taking out rodney harrisons knee in 06 and ruining our secondary, which in turn killed the pats when they lost to indy that year. screw the titans.

  27. Fisher should have spent less time trying to kick Jerry’s scoreboard and then trying to get PUNT RULES CHANGED, and more time teaching basics to his team during the preseason.
    But Fisher had his own agenda, and that was making sure that refs “follow the flight of the punt”.
    GOOD THING! His team has been doing plenty of punting this year.

  28. Shouldn’t the Pats have eased off a bit in this one? It’s the NFL, not the BCS. Why kick this bunch when they’re down?
    The Titans were simply abysmal, even when the Pats took their foot of the gas which they did…The Pats had to essentially stop themselves on offense for most of the 2nd half, with their backup QB and as many backups as they could play, to keep from scoring more. You can’t ask the Pats to just kneel on the ball every time they get it; but at least they missed some 4th down attempts when they could have kicked field goals to make the score more “respectable”.
    The only question to ask here is why did the Titans even bother showing up at Gillette when they clearly refused to play during the game. Hell, I’m a Pats fan and I was disappointed in the complete lack of Titans effort.

  29. I used to really like Tom Brady but; now I’d kinda like him to break his stupid knee. Watching this arrogant POS with his cocky sneer yesterday; how could anybody cheer for this low life.
    Watching them ahead 45-0 taking time outs so they could score MORE points before the half. Yeah, yeah I know I’ve head it all before its the other teams job to stop them. Pretty obvious they couldn’t, so heck why not just spit on them?? Did it make you feel oh so superior Tommy girl?? Disgusting…
    Do you push little kids out of the way at the airport, take pregnant womens seats, throw pennies to the homeless, what a classy bunch, NOT!!

  30. I wonder how many people (Patriots fan) that are defending continuing to pass instead of just grinding the clock out would be doing the same if it was Peyton Manning and the Colts doing it instead. I guarantee there would have been quite a few stat whore comments.

  31. # workhorse says: October 19, 2009 12:13 PM
    I wonder how many people (Patriots fan) that are defending continuing to pass instead of just grinding the clock out would be doing the same if it was Peyton Manning and the Colts doing it instead. I guarantee there would have been quite a few stat whore comments.
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    Within 5 minutes into the second half, they had backups in, and mostly went with the run. I know the Pats haters love to find the most minute thing to criticize them for, but you are truly barking up the wrong tree on this one.

  32. The question you should be asking is why the Titans bothered getting off the bus?
    BB didn’t run up the score, the lack of defense by the Titans is why the Pats scored a record setting 59 points yesterday!
    I keep hearing how good of a Coach Fisher is but, what’s he done lately? Lost in the 1st round of the Playoffs? Team was 13-0 last year.” We didn’t forget how to coach in the offseason, Fischer said!”
    Jeff, your team has no heart! VY is a bust. Collins is an also ran….Time to blow it up?

  33. “Pretty obvious they couldn’t, so heck why not just spit on them?? Did it make you feel oh so superior Tommy girl?? Disgusting…
    Do you push little kids out of the way at the airport, take pregnant womens seats, throw pennies to the homeless, what a classy bunch, NOT!!”
    A little cheese with that whine?

  34. To Grey32
    Your jealousy of Tom Brady is coming through loud and clear. Are you sure that you don’t hate Tommy Girl (your words) because of his talent for football and attracting good looking girls while your sitting at home on your mama’s couch trying to make love to the centerfold page of the November issue of Playboy? Make sure you pull the staples out before you make your next move!!

  35. If the Pats were trying to run up the score, this game would have been of epic porportions. The score would have (probably) been in the 80s and Brady could easily have had 8 or 9 (or even more) touchdown passes.
    THATs running up the score.
    Coming off a hard loss in OT, not to mention the HARD loss to the Jets as well as the 3 other wins were the timing was off and the offense wasn’t clicking, I don’t blame BB one second for letting the boys have some fun. They needed and deserved it. And I think we all can admit Brady needed work on his longball (not to mention his timing).
    That same Brady played 33 to 35 mins of a 60 minute game.
    Thats NOT running up the score.
    You Pathaters have to grasp at every tiny little thing you can and when there’s nothing there, you imagine up reasons to hate.
    Did even one Pat utter even the slightest disprespect for the Titans before or after the game?
    One?
    Was there even a hint of “rubbing it in”?
    No. There never is. The Pats as always, showed nothing but respect for their opponent. Again, if they wanted to run up the score, the game would have been 80 to 0.
    You that hate the Pats see what you want. You want to hate so you read his bodylanguage (mind) as a sneer but you don’t listen to the words he or any Patriot is saying.
    Some food for thought.

  36. VicksPuppies says:
    October 19, 2009 12:22 PM
    Within 5 minutes into the second half, they had backups in, and mostly went with the run. I know the Pats haters love to find the most minute thing to criticize them for, but you are truly barking up the wrong tree on this one.
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    Not at all. For years Patriot fans bashed Manning and the Colts for running up the score and stat padding. The Colts never came close to to handling themselves the way the Patriots did on Sunday. Now all those that were bashing Manning are defending the Patriots. Hypocrisy.

  37. Why on Earth does there have to be an argument?
    The Patriots are just better. In the future, that MAY or MAY NOT change. The Titans MAY or MAY NOT turn around.
    Patriots did good, although I am surprised that Tennessee just got trounced.
    Why does everybody have to insult and put down every other person because their opinion does not reflect your own?
    If you think somebody is pathetic for attacking your team, it is even more pathetic to put them down and insult them over it.
    Is there a football fan out here that can actually say “Good Game?”

  38. @grey32 says:
    October 19, 2009 12:11 PM
    “I used to really like Tom Brady but; now I’d kinda like him to break his stupid knee. Watching this arrogant POS with his cocky sneer yesterday; how could anybody cheer for this low life.”
    “Do you push little kids out of the way at the airport, take pregnant womens seats, throw pennies to the homeless, what a classy bunch, NOT!!”
    ___________________________________________
    A little thick on the melodrama there? Here’s a tampon emo – obviously you take this shit a little too seriously this time of the month.
    But you have come to the right place to look for scapegoats when your team loses. It’s always everyone else’s fault but your teams at PFT.

  39. The Titans didn’t show up.
    Tom Brady *only* had 380 passing yards. The Titans didn’t bother to try and hold onto the ball. LenDale White went into the locker room to cry about having to play in the snow. (I’d have cut him right then and there… the fat slob isn’t worth being on an NFL team). Kyle Vandenbosh got shut down by a 2nd round rookie swing tackle playing LT? Oh my.
    The fact that the titans didn’t even muster positive passing yards ought to tell you how little they even cared to be there. They couldn’t even manage to get one passing play of 8 passing yards to avoid being in the red, which was the first time in NFL history (post merger).
    You can’t tell me the Patriots are classless for embarrassing a team that didn’t want to play. They DESERVED to get 100 POINTS put on them. Not showing up to a game is an embarrassment to your organization, your coach, your fans, and yourself. Nothing about that game said that the Titans are even worth a franchise. Even the pathetic lions their long and pathetic history have never done that badly in a game. Nor the Rams.
    You can’t tell me they didn’t deserve it.

  40. # workhorse says: October 19, 2009 1:11 PM
    Not at all. For years Patriot fans bashed Manning and the Colts for running up the score and stat padding. The Colts never came close to to handling themselves the way the Patriots did on Sunday. Now all those that were bashing Manning are defending the Patriots. Hypocrisy.
    ———————————–
    Only an idiot would criticize a team for pulling the QB after the first drive of the second half. The Titans had nearly 30 minutes to get back into the game against the Pats’ backups. Did you expect them to stop playing in the second QUARTER? Silly.

  41. 0-6 CAN LEAD TO 0-16. If they play that way ever week titans might be the first team on the clock.

  42. “Do you push little kids out of the way at the airport, take pregnant womens seats, throw pennies to the homeless, what a classy bunch, NOT!!”
    so r u saying the titans r a bunch of kids, pregnant women and homeless people???

  43. TFBuckFutter says:
    October 19, 2009 11:30 AM
    What I find interesting is that Vince Young went 0-2 with an INT, and a QB rating of 0.
    Kerry Collins was 2-12, with an INT, and -7 yards. His QB rating was 4.9.
    So it’s better to throw for negative yards than 0 yards in the NFL QB Rating system. Isn’t that weird? -0.6 yards per attempt is better than 0 yards per attempt.
    —————————–
    It’s not the yardage, it’s the interception percentage. If Young attempts two passes and has one picked off, how many would be picked off if he attempted 12 passes?
    Would 3-12 for 20 yards and 5 INTs be better for the team?
    I’m not sticking up for Kerry Collins and I really have no dog in this fight. I’m just illustrating why Collins’ passer rating is higher than Young’s. A 50% interception rate and 0 yards is worse than an 8% interception rate and -7 yards. Ask the defense if they’d rather get a TFL or an INT.

  44. If Brady had gotten hurt late in the second quarter while he actively pursued his personal record or during the initial series in the second half, this whole message board would light up like a Christmas tree with Pats fan screaming on why was he out there doing more than just handing off with a 45 point lead. No question about it. NONE.
    This was not classy. This was a deliberate upstaging. Yes, the Titans suck and laid down. Did they deserve it? Possibly. All the more reason to stick the knife in, but there was no reason to twist it. The only reason was ego, both Brady’s and Belichick’s.
    And as far as Paul R.’s misguided notion that coaches don’t tell players to sit because . . .
    “Would you tell a player that he shouldn’t play more snaps in a particular game, just because the score is a bit lopsided, if one of those escalators includes, for example, “percentage of offensive snaps”?
    Would you tell that player, “Forget about the extra money and how that can help you and your family in the long run. We’re so far ahead, we don’t need you to play anymore today.”
    Uh, Paul . . . the score wasn’t just a BIT lopsided. Beside, coaches don’t (and shouldn’t)give a crap about what in a players contract. They are responsible for executing a winning strategy for ALL16 games in the regular season and playoffs (if they are so fortunate). The fact remains that playing Brady (and having him throw on the Titans) with the game well in hand in a snowstorm was stupid. He unnecessarily risked the remainder of the season and playoffs just to pad Tom’s piss-poor season stats.

  45. I absolutely can’t stand the patriots, especially tom brady. however that being said, you can’t blame them for how terribly the titans played. you can’t just expect them to stop playing and stand there so get over it. I bet if this had been any team other than the patriots no one would even care.

  46. “funny, the oilers/titans had the greatest comeback in history when they beat the bills, ”
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    funnier is your football knowledge. anything you say is disregarded due to this statement alone. i will let you check the facts on this one to see where you erred.

  47. Didn’t the Titans also have all their starting cornerbacks injured, playing with 2nd-3rd stringers? Not the same team as they were at the beginning of the season.

  48. This running up the score talk is pretty funny.
    In 2007 amid such talk Belichick allowed the team to ease up on the gas pedal, getting out of the habit of playing hard for 60 minutes each and every week.
    Eventually that caught up with them – in the Super Bowl.
    Belichick won’t ever make that mistake again. His teams are going to play hard for 60 minutes, and run their 2 minute offense at the 2 minute mark just like they should.
    If other teams can’t stop them, that’s their problem.

  49. “Adam-Chris Scheftersen says:
    October 19, 2009 1:49 PM
    It’s not the yardage, it’s the interception percentage. If Young attempts two passes and has one picked off, how many would be picked off if he attempted 12 passes?”
    Good point, and I hadn’t considered that.
    I was just looking at is as they both had AN interception, but one threw for no yardage and one threw for negative.
    Thanks for the extra perspective.

  50. JoeSixPack says:
    October 19, 2009 2:56 PM
    This running up the score talk is pretty funny.
    In 2007 amid such talk Belichick allowed the team to ease up on the gas pedal, getting out of the habit of playing hard for 60 minutes each and every week.
    Eventually that caught up with them – in the Super Bowl.
    Belichick won’t ever make that mistake again. His teams are going to play hard for 60 minutes, and run their 2 minute offense at the 2 minute mark just like they should.
    If other teams can’t stop them, that’s their problem.
    —————————–
    If you really think the Patriots lost in the Super Bowl because they let up on the gas pedal in prior weeks… Then I don’t think you’re willing to accept reality.
    Look at what they did in week 17 that year. Brady was 32 of 42 for 356 and 2 TDs. No other QBs attempted a pass. Is that letting up? It was a meaningless game for the Pats and it was a tight game against the eventual Super Bowl champs. The Pats didn’t need that win at all, but Brady played the whole game.
    In fact, in the entire 2007 season a total of 8 passes were attempted by Patriots QBs not named Tom Brady. Is that what you call letting up on the gas pedal?
    Anyway, I don’t so much care about the delicate feelings of the players on the losing team. It’s about caring for your own team. After experiencing a season without Brady in 2008, I’d expect Belichick to be sensitive in regards to putting his QB in a bad position. Playing him for even one play in the second half on a slippery field against an 0-5 team while leading 45-0 can lead to bad outcomes. Guys have a tendency to get chippy when they feel disrespected. The likelihood of Brady getting cheap-shotted goes up.

  51. I heard the Patriots just scored another TD…
    And the Curse of the Terribel Towel continues….
    (check out thier record since Bullock and LeWhale White stomped on the Terrible Towel. LOL!)

  52. Wow. Any other team and this would be called a beating, a thrashing, etc. etc. When it is the Pats it is called running up the score. Have news for you, they DID let up. The Pats could have approached 75-100 points in this game had they kept up the pressure. The refs helped out too, by ignoring an obvious safety.
    I wish the Pats hadn’t let up. I had Brady and Welker on my FF league, and I got beat. Another few points by Brady, or another nice Brady-Welker TD and I would have won.
    This is the pros. There is no Stopping and refusing to move the ball or score because the other team might get its feelings hurt. I am sure that they felt fine after driving home in their Bentleys.

  53. All you NFL coaches out there. Don’t post here, send an email to BB, since he is stupid, and hasn’t had any success in this league, he could use your expert advice. And the classless Pats should have started punting on 1st down in the second quarter, so as not to hurt any feelings. Instead of the Lombardi Trophy, every January, every player should get a little blue ribbon that says “participant”. Everyones a winner!

  54. What part of this don’t you idiots get? I don’t care about the delicate little feelings that the Titans players have. They all make much more money than me. I could care less if their feelings get hurt.
    But Belichick is an idiot to put Brady in a position to get injured again. As fans of the team, you should be concerned about that. The score was 45-0. The Titans are winless and they had given up before halftime. DO NOT RISK YOUR FRANCHISE QB. Especially after you lost him last season.
    Do you think Brian Hoyer can play like Matt Cassell did last year? Do you want to find out? Then just keep putting Brady on the field in blowouts. Someone will eventually take a nice shot at him. Then you’ll see what Brian Hoyer’s made of.

  55. Ralphie, Booner my, my must have tapped a nerve – little boys with their insecurities all exposed. Get over it!!
    PS I’m not a Titian fan, don’t live anywhere near TN. I was a big time Pats fan until they turned into creepy low life sorta like you. get over yourselves if thats possible.
    I was told once never argue with stupid they beat you with their experience every time. Go home to your trailers, molest your kids or whatever you do when your ramped insecurity gets the best of you.

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