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  • deathfromabove123 deathfromabove123 Oct 17, 2011 10:25 AM Flag

    Stevan Ridley, what is it?

    Can any Pats fan or anyone with any insights please fill me in on what the Pats game plan was starting Ridley yesterday? Did they want to test him out on the first drive and if they felt confidant enough just keep sitting Green-Ellis out? I have Ridley and I don't know what to make of the situation. I thought he did good in his first series.

    I am bit confused about this.

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    • The Pats, Saints and Skins have one thing in common: absolute unpredictability in game plan and players used. Unpredictability is what makes their teams interesting and, in all but the Shanahanskins case, dynamic. Owning their RBs is quicksand: the only question is in which round of the playoffs do you get bageled by your imprudent start of one of their RBs.

    • Only reason for having Ridley is as a handcuff to the Lawfirm. He's #3 on the depth chart behind woodhead.

      Wood head was coming back frominjury and the Lawfirm hurt his toe during practice this week (Turf Toe) but going into their bye week both played.

      Ridley started because he was an option open to the Hoodie Emperor.

      Could be worse Started Hightower this week because dickhead Shanahan listed him as the starter when there was no way he was going to play.. he was the number #3 reserve.. Thanks Mike..

    • Rule #1 of fantasy football:

      Do not trust NE running backs. Belichick will screw you every time.

    • I recently dropped ridley and traded for law firm. Pats have alot of trust in BJGE, and hes gonna be their guy down the stretch


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