tomorrow night, the New England Patriots will be hosting the New York Giants for their Thursday Night Football game and kicking off Week six of the NFL season.
And quite frankly, a part of me wonders if the two teams would just liketo worry about player safety and call the game off and just give the Vic Street to the Patriots.
Because there is no scenario minus every single player on the Patriots contracting some sort of food poisoning and not being able to play the game being the on leeway, the New York Giants walk away with the victory.
The Patriots won't have to do much in this game.
Basically, all they have to do is make sure they don't beat themselves.
Keep Sony Michelle in the game, both in the running and passing the ball.
The defense just needs to be the regular defense, and Ryan is old.
Matt Lacoste need to start and continue being a key part of the Patriots offense.
We also saw some good news when ESPN ranked the Patriots All Pro cornerback Stefan Gilmore as the number one corner in the NFL.
And even though Gilmore won't admit it himself, I think everybody including the Patriots.
Can't disagree with Gilmore being at the top of the mountain.
Plus, Antonio Brown has made his plea for the Patriots to re sign him.
Mason Rudolph has already returned to Steelers practice, and Josh Rosen is being set up for failure after Brian Flores announced that he rose and will be the starting quarterback of the Miami Dolphins for the rest of the season.
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I had some technical difficulties on last night's stream, both on YouTube and sportscaster.
I apologize for that.
Hopefully will be better tonight, but I am backing this up by recording the audio of this stream tonight.
So if the video cuts out again and my wife is not working, there will be an audio version going up on YouTube.
Now, here's tonight's lineup.
I'm gonna talk about stuff on Gilmore being ranked as the number one cornerback in the National Football League.
I'm gonna look at the Patriots keys to victories over the New York Giants.
I'm gonna talk about the fact that there is nobody in the NFL right now that I dislike more than Baker Mayfield.
I'm gonna talk a little bit about Josh Rosen being set up for failure, becoming the new starting quarterback of the Miami Dolphins and I got to give a little hat tip to the Steelers.
I guess you know backup backup quarterback Mason Rudolph, who returned to practice today after being laid on conscious against the Ravens just last week.
Now, before I get deep into the stream, I want to talk about a couple of things.
The giant shot at winning on Thursday was bleak at best, but reports confirmed today, that's a qualm.
Barkley, Sterling Shepard and Evan Ingraham are all ruled out of the game on Thursday.
So good luck getting anything going when you're missing three key offensive players and facing the best defense in the NFL.
And I don't know if you guys saw this news.
I'm sure you did by now if your pay Tristan.
But Antonio Brown has made his plea to the New England Patriots, and he told Pats Nation to tell Bala, Check that you all still gotta pay me.
So you might as well play me and make me earn it.
I for one of always said that I don't think we're ever going to see Antonio Brown back on this team, especially after calling out Robert Kraft.
If he wouldn't have called out.
Craft, I believe, would be a very different story, but that's where we are right now.
Now I want to jump into the meat of this stream and I want to start talking about our New England Patriots because here a DP and we like football really like football season and everything that goes with it.
All right, guys, let's jump into this.
So look, we all know that the Patriots defense is playing the best football right now around the NFL, and they're really polarizing the league.
I don't think I ever remember seeing a defense this dominant, and only anybody did.
I mean, this team is on the verge of setting multiple historical NFL records throughout the year.
You know, we all do things that we regret.
And back after the Week four game in 2000 and 17 the Patriots lost to the Carolina Panthers, and what had happened was was 1/3 down play.
That sack Cam knew, and it was all set up.
The game was tied.
Punt the ball to the Patriots, give Brady the ball with two minutes.
Laughter was all set up to march down the field, and the Patriots win the game.
The sac is made by Detroit's Weiss Jr.
I remember like it was yesterday.
A flag comes across the screen.
I'm hold hoping for an offensive hold with the kind of rush the Patriots put on, and we find out it's a hands to the face penalty by the Patriots by newly signed big money cornerback stuff on Gilmore that resulted in the first down for Carolina.
They marched down the field.
They kick a field goal, they win the game.
And what I learned that day, what I already knew.
But what I proved that day is I should never tweet when I'm upset.
And I should just put the phone down because I put out a tweet that none of you will ever let me forget.
And I said that the Patriots need to cuts the Faun Gilmore.
Of course, after the Super Bowl last year, some of you decided to dig up that tweet and send it to me, and I fully admit it was idiotic, stupid, and it's something that I'll never be able to take back.
I can take back the words.
I can't take back the tweet.
It's out there and we all make mistakes.
And I bring that up because I always say that if there was anybody whose career with the Patriots could have started out any worse, it was tough on Gilmore now, following 2017 after Gilmore, you know, had a pretty good end to the season.
He had a great game in the A F C championship game when the Patriots faced the Jacksonville Jaguars and then Jalen Ramsey before the 2018 season went on some I don't know mission and went on some street where he met with every publication out there to just talk smack on the entire NFL.
And one thing that he said with the stuff on Gilmore wasn't a great cornerback.
He asked where stuff on Gilmer? Gilmore's All Pro honors, where because he was the All Pro honor of the A F C and Lo and behold 2018 stuff on, Gilmore adds his name to the All Pro list.
Now look, everybody knows that stuff on.
Gilmore is the best cornerback in the NFL.
Max Kellerman told him that he was the best cornerback in the NFL.
Now Gilmore won't come out and publicly say that he's the best.
Gilmore is the kind of guy he lets the like.
He likes to let his play do the talking, but I don't know if you guys saw this.
But Gilmore did make an appearance on Kyle Van Noise YouTube show called vibing with the van noise and Van Noy.
Ask him straight out, he asked.
Gilmore said, Are you the best cornerback in the NFL? And here's what Gilmore had to say.
He said, Quote, A lot of guys say that they're the best corner, But I feel like my job is harder each and every week because I have that guy everywhere he goes, you know, I go to the slot, I go outside, I'm not bailing.
I'm in their face, every snap, So that proves my point.
A lot of guys don't do that. End quote.
So like Gilmore knows that he's a bad man.
Like I said, he likes his play to do the talking.
Even in his description of saying, I'm the bastard out saying I'm the best, he explains to the other corners in the NFL.
And I think particularly guys like Jalen Ramsey, he likes to tell them Hey, here's why I'm the greatest cornerback in the league today.
I'm going to be set up to be back to back all Pro honors and we've seen it happen.
And ESPN is recognized.
A two analysts, former cornerback in the NFL the Angela Hall has ranked Gilmore as the number one cornerback in the NFL, and it's clear to see look at Gilmore stats.
His 18 tackles on this season.
He's been targeted 34 times.
He's let up 18 receptions, covering all of the opposing team's number one receivers.
Now you may see 18 receptions, and you might think yourself, well, that's they catch 50% of the balls that they throw at it, and that's true.
But here's the thing that I need to point out.
It's what's not, what's not on the statue.
I did math today and I went through the Patriots games.
I pulled out a calculator and I did math today and I'm not good at math.
But I figured this one out.
Patriots opponents have thrown the ball against the Patriots 174 times.
They've thrown the ball in the direction of stuff on Gilmore 34 times out of those 174 times.
What's made what clear by those numbers is that they do not want to throw the ball in Gilmore's direction.
His coverage is too good.
He sets them up for interceptions.
He's all over the number one receiver.
He gets thrown at less than seven times per game, covering the number one receiver of that team.
That's the part that's not showing up on the stat sheet.
But that's that stat.
Or that's that number that smart Patriot fans understand.
And we all understand it. I got deep the DP.
An audience is a smart audience, and you guys understand it.
The guys of the opposing quarterback, likes to throw to the most and you're 11 throws per game and it's less than seven per game that they're targeting because Gilmore's on him and because of that, he kind of has these quiet games that are actually really big and really loud.
We just don't see it because the coverage is so good.
He's not making highlight reels because he doesn't have to defend balls.
Here's exactly what DeAngelo Hall wrote about Gilmore.
He said Kumar's of versatile player in the league's top defense, Gilmore has the intangibles to do whatever built Bella checks.
Defense demands whether he follows the opponent's number one receiver or sits in the flats playing cover to Gilmore executes every assignment to the best of his ability.
His six foot 1 £200 frame allows him to battle with the strong physical receivers, and his quickness in and out of brakes allows him to hang with the small fast wideouts.
Gilmore understands route concepts and anticipates the route based on the receivers movement so well that he routinely eliminates space.
Gilmore's technique makes him a problem, as he has yet to give up a touchdown in coverage to five games, and opposing quarterbacks have a 63 point to pass a rating when targeting Gilmore in coverage this season, according to pro football Flook Focus.
In today's NFL, where aging cornerback seemed to slow down, the 29 year old Patriot is getting better and better.
Gilmore is a complete corner, but to be clear, he wouldn't be able to produce at high levels without the other guys in the secondary.
Jason and Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung.
These three players certainly deserve deserve pray ves for what they've accomplished so far.
The whole defense deserves praise for what they've done so far.
I spend anything Monday talking aboutthe linebackers.
I talked about how great the way I looked at Jamie Collins, and I looked at Dante Hi town with Kyle Van Noy, and we talked about everything that they do and how versatile there.
Well, the secondary is justice versa.
This Patriots defense is the hole is performing above and beyond the rest of the NFL like it's not even close.
It's not even a fair comparison to compare the Patriots defense to another defense.
I mean, this defense hasn't given up a passing touchdown.
They have given up two touchdowns and totals that both in rushing touchdowns.
One was a quarterback sneak where he lifted the ball over the other was a flute, not a fluke.
Play a good play, but where the Patriots messed up and, you know, guys like McCord, he missed him key tackles.
So I like to get my analytics from football outsiders, and I like their Devi always.
And I like their analytics because it takes the Patriots scheduling a consideration.
So the guy's like Nick, right? And you know that.
Like to talk about how easy the Patriots, you know, schedule is and ignoring the fact that the painter's got the best defense in the NFL and only want to talk about is Tom Brady.
What the what football outsider doesn't.
What they do is they take the TV away and they take the competition into consideration.
And I've always explained it is probably the best comparison that people understand who don't understand analytics would be like the war in baseball that wins again, you know, over replacement kind of thing, but it's not quite like that, but you'll get it.
So when we take all of that into consideration, all the fancy math gets done.
Football outsiders have the Patriots ranked number two in the past defense of a DV away of 60.
6% their number to run defense with 21.
5 Devi away and an overall with number one ranked defense in the NFL with a 46.2%.
That's with everything taken into consideration.
That's with all the competition and schedule and all that.
That's with all of that taken into consideration, adjusted accordingly, because those numbers, when you look at it just compared to who the Patriots played are much higher, much higher.
But you put it into consideration to go there, and there's still the number one defense and no one's coming close to performing at those levels.
You know, I was asked.
I think after Game one.
It was very early in the season.
It was either preseason or Game one.
I got a message on Instagram and somebody asked me, Do I think that stuff on Gilmore can repeat is an All Pro this year? Can you be a two time All Pro or back All Pro back to back? You know, the answer that I gave was is becoming an All Pro is tough.
I believe that Gilmore could have an All Pro type season.
I believe that he gonna play good enough to be selected have rarely been selected as all pros.
You know, in that first team All Pro, I think Brady has like two or three selections in his life, and then a two time was like five in total or something.
It's just something that it's hard to get your name on that list over and over again.
No matter how you perform, you know when you compare Pro Bowls.
Two All Pro selections is usually not close, but the way Gilmore's played throughout the 1st 5 games of the season, it's just a carry over.
From what we saw in 2018.
You tell me another cornerback in the league right now, that's gonna take that spot away from him.
Any cornerback, you tell me who's good enough, and I invite you.
If you can show me somebody who's better than stuff on Gilmore in the NFL right now, I will gladly concede.
But I say that confidently because you can't nobody can.
Nobody can find a guy who's performing better than stuff on Gilmore.
That's what's gotten so giddy about him.
So I said it'd be very difficult before I change my answer now to absolutely stuff on.
Gilmore will be an All Pro two years in a row.
And it's that simple because everybody, even the biggest of Patriot haters, can now understand just how good it stuff on Gilmore is.
Unless you ask the Chiefs fans.
And he's just a part of the Bella check system and you know, away from just the Patriots, Is this a thing now that anytime anybody is good, we just say it's not damaged the system.
Tom Brady's been a system quarterback for years now.
Stuff on Gilmore is a cornerback or system cornerback.
You know what they talked about Minshew in his system.
Dak Prescott and the Cowboy system.
Russell Wilson, who's dragging the Seattle Seahawks kicking and screaming towards the playoffs? People are giving credit to the Seahawk system.
What system? Why kill me? That's not looking players and say it's the hours of dedication.
It's the years of work.
It's the natural God given talent that makes these guys good.
I'm even seeing Patrick, my home system player, getting floated out there.
How come every time somebody's gun, they don't play for your team? We have to say, Oh, it's because of the system and we just can't accept that These are the greatest athletes in the world, you know? I mean, the greatest athletes in the world.
So I want to move on now, and I want to talk about those New York Giants, those pesky New York Giants, those Super Bowl winning Lucky Catch New York Giants.
You know, I know this isn't a Super Bowl, and this isn't necessarily gonna be revenge per se.
The Giants are coming into this game against the Patriots two and three there, facing the five Patriots agile at Stadium on a short week, and it's absolutely, positively impossible.
Impossible that the New England Patriots are gonna walk away with a loss.
I owe my will guarantee lock.
I will trade you.
My favorite piece of Paige.
It's memorabilia if the Patriots lose to the Giants and the Patriots don't have to do much.
And I talked about that in my introduction.
The Patriots don't have to do all that much to beat the painter to beat the Giants.
The first thing that pages need to do is not let the Giants hang around and not beat themselves.
You know, you think back to that Ah, Sunday game against Washington that first half where the Patriots could have run away from him and there was dropped passes, Miss passes, a bad interception, and it was a bad interception was a bad throw.
You know, the offensive line getting their their messages cleared and given guys free run to Brady on three man rushes.
The Patriots beat themselves not first half and against the Giants that can't let them hang around.
Don't let Daniel Jones pull off some of this magic that he's pulled off ended early.
Let's head in the halftime with a big lead and let's just keep extending it.
Let's pull Tom Brady at the end of the third quarter and let Jared Stadium hand the ball to Brandon Bolden the rest of the game.
That's gonna be the biggest thing for this Patriots offense is.
Don't let the Giants hang around because you're beating yourself defensively.
The Patriot has gotta to what they're doing.
Just keep rolling. Keep being yourself.
People in aggressive.
The Giants are coming in with no running game.
They're facing a rookie quarterback that Bilbao check on his own.
Eats for breakfast.
They're undefeated against rookie quarterbacks at Gillette Stadium.
I talked about the top Squam Barclays out.
The other running back is out.
The tight end is out.
I mean, this defense gonna have a field day.
This defense is just gonna have this day of chewing them up, spitting them out, having a great time.
I'm not concerned at all about what this defense could do.
They just keep rolling offensively, though, in this united the offense, we gotta focus on.
One thing that I want to see is run the ball consistently, run the ball, run a balanced offense and keep Sony Michelle involved in the passing game.
You know, the Patriots ran for 130 yards is a team On Sunday, Sony Michelle finally had that breakout game.
16 rushes for 91 yards, three catches for 32 yards, so he finally had over 100 yards.
But when we really saw the run game open up is when we got Sony.
When they got Sony Michelle involved in the passing game, it became last predictable.
Just because Sony Michelle was on the field doesn't mean it's gonna be a runner play action.
Michelle can now go out and take a pass, and you need to also flip that over to James Whitened Rexburg.
I'd get them involved in the run game this way any time.
The Patriots have a running back out there.
Very similar, and I've already talked about this thing twice this week, now very similar to how they used Brandon Bolden.
Sometimes he runs.
Sometimes he goes out for a pass, use all four of them like that Runa bounced offense, run the ball 30 times and then passed, you know, passed the ball, used your running backs as receivers, not just James White and Birkhead.
Use Brandon Bolden way you've been using him.
You saw me, Michelle, in that same way, just more.
And you do that and that's gonna open the run game wide open, you know, and then won.
The last thing that the Patriots really need to do is they need to keep their tight ends involved in the game.
That's gonna be a really key piece for the Patriots.
Ryan is O'Malley.
Cost finally started really contributing the last game, both in the run game in the past game.
If you break down some of the video and there's I forget who did the article, they did a great job of breaking down the video.
I went back and re watch the game just so I could get a kind of eye on what they were doing.
And Ryan is on Mala cost.
They weren't Gronkowski like what kind of they did a really good job both tight ends blocking for Sony Michelle and really opened up the running lanes for him.
Of course, they also went out costs impact catches.
I think they had like like, 70 combined yards or something and catches on Sunday.
Ryan ISO had two catches for 39 yards and Mala costs had one catch for 22 yards.
I believe, or was it three into something like that? I think it was.
But it was like over 70 yards and passing the tight ends.
Now I know we're so used to the guy like Gronk in 110 120 yards, couple touchdowns, but and Ryan is we did catch a touchdown when he's wide open in the back of the end zone, but obviously built.
Bella check is happy what they seem because he let Ben Watson walk away.
So if you're gonna let Ben Watson go, then you need to take advantage and you need to use.
Ryan is on Matt Lacoste.
You need to use them in your game plan.
You need to show Tom Brady that they Yeah, these guys are good enough.
These guys are good enough to give you that opportunity to get some scores, give give you that opportunity to get some points.
That's just my opinion, all right, I got a couple of quick thoughts of things going around the NFL before we end this cast for the night.
Now that I've spoken about the Patriots, not I've went after Baker Mayfield a couple of times a season.
I went out from the other day with the whole Richard Sherman thing.
I said, even if Baker did shake his hand and I saw the video and he did shake his hand, I always say the Baker Mayfield brings this kind of stuff on himself, and he's doing a press conference today or not.
A press conference was sitting around talking to the press, and he's just so arrogantly and confidently talking to them, taking a little shot at Nick Bosa.
You know, a little shot at Richard Sherman and I'm just looking going, Who are you? You know better than Johnny Manziel all.
He really isn't. He's nobody.
He's Johnny Manziel without the addiction issues.
That's how I look at Baker Mayfield.
He is Johnny Manziel.
Without the addiction issues, you got embarrassed by the guys that you were kind of arrogantly joking about.
You were embarrassed on Monday Night Football, the entire nation, how the entire world watched you get embarrassed.
You threw for 100 yards of passing.
Your team scored three points and you're going to come out with this swag and this arrogance and this just smug look on your face.
Rex Ryan was right.
You are overrated, is how I wanna like Baker.
I talk about it.
I wanna like him.
I like confidence, but I want you to prove it first.
Because before I can like you, I have to respect you and Baker.
I don't respect you.
And because I don't respect you.
I don't like the crap you're pulling.
You call that Daniel Jones for no reason, and he looks like a better quarterback than you.
That's why the Giants drafted him.
What I don't understand is why Cleveland drafted you oversee Guam.
Barkley, the most dynamic and best player in last year's draft.
And now they're Barkley and they have Daniel Jones.
Daniel Jones, who looks better than you.
I don't care how many touchdowns you through last year. Baker.
You're acting like you're Patrick Mahomes or Tom Brady, and you're not.
When you're being smug talking about Richard Sherman, that's a Super Bowl champion, son.
He's done things you could only dream of and have wet dreams about.
I don't like Aaron Rodgers.
I respect Aaron Rodgers.
I hated Peyton Manning, but I respected the hell out of Peyton Manning.
I hate Patrick Mahomes with a passion, but I respect Patrick Mahomes.
I respect and I like, and none of those guys are smug or as arrogant as you.
Mahomes doesn't have a touch as another Super Bowl.
Tom Brady has six Rogers as one's Bree's house wine.
Manning has to, and then you stand around and you act like you're better than all of them.
What have you done? Your team went out and invested in all these Star offensive players, All right, you get your kicking running back after this week as long as he's done, you know, kicking poor women, then he should be fine.
You've wasted Odell Beckham Jr.
The poor guy could have played with Daniel.
Want Barclay? Now he's stuck with you.
Landry wanted to change the culture in Cleveland, and you're running around acting like a jackass, getting embarrassed on Monday Night football and think you're gonna come out and just be air again.
I don't respect you, and I may just be a fan.
I may never play in the NFL.
You can think, Who cares what the fans think? Well, it's a fan driven league Baker.
It's a fan driven league.
That's why there's more people out there, defended Antonio Brown.
Of all people, There's more people defending Antonio Brown.
Then they're defending you because I'm talking to Cleveland fans who are already sick of your shit.
And I'm not mad.
I'm passionate about this because I wanna like your baker.
I want to like you.
I like quarterbacks with moxie.
I like players with moxie, but I need to respect you first.
Let me talk about one guy I respect.
Not because Pat agree not because of how he talks, not because of how he handles themselves.
Mason Rudolph got knocked unconscious on the field on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
He took a hit that I fully admit, would have me running for the Hills.
I would never play another football game again, and this mother was at practice today.
He's already on stage five of the concussion protocol that he returned to practice.
There's rumor he could be playing this week.
I just give you I just You know I hate the Pittsburgh Steelers.
I want nothing but bad things to happen to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but I don't cheer for injuries, but I got to applaud a guy who's that friggin tough man.
You gotta have respect for a guy who has respect for the game, has respect for his body respect for himself but can go through what he went through on Sunday and come back and possibly play the next week.
Now I hope he doesn't.
I hope to give another week to get over this before they bring him back.
But you gotta have respect from Mason Rudolph.
Lastly, another guy I have respect for.
Actually, I feel bad for you.
This poor kid has been set up for failure since the day he was drafted into the NFL.
He goes to Arizona.
They give him no offensive line.
He spends the entire season running for his life.
The fire is coach.
The new coach comes in.
The new coach decides he likes Cuyler Murray.
So they trade away a kid who was drafted in the first round the previous year to the team in the NFL that is openly tanking now, that's not necessarily a bad thing for Josh Rosen.
I think he's broken.
But you know what? Go see Brian Floors, A Bill Belichick disciple.
Maybe he can fix him.
So they bring in Fitzpatrick A little bit of fits.
Magic Rosen can learn from him.
You know, Fitz is in a superstar by any means, but he's been a journeyman.
He's been around.
He's done things.
Josh Rosen is now the starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins for the rest of the season.
This is a kid who's psyche concerns me.
This is a kid who I believe can be a great quarterback in the NFL.
He could be better than Sam Darnold.
When I was a sweetheart of the F C East.
I don't even see him as the third best.
He's probably to me.
He's not the best I have put.
Josh Allen had a Sam Darnold, and I think of Josh Rosen can get right and plan a competitive team.
I put Josh Rosen had a Sam Darnold I wanted so badly for the Patriots to trade for Josh Rosen, cause I thought if he could take over for Tom Brady, the magic that him and Belichick could make together, especially with McKeel Harry on the team and Sony Michelle and that having a nice young nucleus, I mean, Josh Rosen is better than Jared Stadium and I have faith in Jared. Stick him.
I think that Jared said him could become a starting quarterback in the NFL as he develops, more gets more time.
But Brian, there's no reason to put a kid who got beat up all last season who's already broken, who needs to be fixed.
There's no reason to start him this season.
There's no reason to put him through the misery that Miami is going to go through for the rest of this season.
That's my concern with Josh Rosen, because at the end of it, by the time it's all said and done and it's all finished, how good is he really gonna be because of the kid? Has no confidence? I don't know.
That's just my concern.
I don't like it.
I don't like Daniel Jones starting for the Giants.
I thought said him for a year.
Why do we have to rush? Why do we have to rush these young quarterbacks in the starting positions on teams that don't have a chance.
The Giants don't have a chance.
Bred. Far started on the bench.
Aaron Rodgers started on the bench behind behind Brett Farve.
Tom Brady was behind Drew Bledsoe.
Patrick Mahomes was behind Alex Smith.
All these great quarterbacks all spent a year sitting on the bench.
Learning from professionals learning how to be a pro.
Josh Rosen was thrust into the worst possible situation.
You could put a young rookie quarterback with all the pressure in the world on his shoulders, and now you've just moved him on to a team who's playing in front of an audience and in front of a crowd, where you can purchase a ticket cheaper.
Then you can purchase a ticket to go to the Miami Zoo.
It's cheaper to go to the zoo in Miami than it is to go to a Miami Dolphins game.
I'm not making that up.
That's a really thing.
I was. It's hilarious.
It's a really thing.
Nobody wants to go to a Miami game.
Maybe that's why you think maybe that's what Floor's wants to put roses in.
May be, he's thinking, Well, nobody's paying attention anyways.
but the kids is gonna get beat up game after game after game.
He's just gonna keep taking an ass, kicking over and over and over again.
Then what? And then what? I don't like it, but I feel bad for Josh Rosen.
I don't want to see his career ruined.
But watching the Miami Dolphins, who think they have a future ruining their quarterback as a Patriots fan, I just I got a laugh.
I mean, it's tough to know it's not tough to hate the Dolphins.
It's tough to hate Brian Flores.
It stopped to hate Josh Rosen.
Stuff the heat, Fitzpatrick.
But I hate the dolphins is an organization.
And if they want to ruin their quarterback, well, all the best to him.
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