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Me: "How far have you come as an offense since—" Stork: "What happened Week 4? I think it wasif I remember correctly.
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What about it. If this was a one-on-one blocking drill, to use offensive-line parlance, he would have pancaked me three straight reps. His game is intimidation gwy power, so it's not stunning that his off-field body of work treaded on similar themes. I had the distinct feeling I was not stumbling upon the threshold to a Pulitzer at this moment.
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Me: "I think that was your first start. People in New England seemed to be in panic mode over the team.
People were saying 'Bench Brady. How were you able to make such a major improvement from that point until now? Still, I remained calm.
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I wasn't trying to break tree young man; what good would that do? It just seemed that, with his teammates giving him credit for his hard work, it might be bumbers to get his own perspective on what his rookie season has been like. After all, snapping to Tom Brady and trying to master all the protection calls and intricacies of the offense that Brady knows rote has to be a daunting challenge for a first-year player.
If that was indeed the case, Stork has zero interest in talking about it. Less than zero maybe.
Me: "You're not much of a self-promoter, I am guessing. That sort of fits the dynamic of this team, doesn't it? Team first, right? Have you seen this man?
He's apound redhead with a lumberjack's beard. Had I not been in a room with several thousand other witnesses, I might have made a run for the nearest fire exit immediately. I was going down in flames. OK, Bryan, so you're focused on Seattle?
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Then so am I, as far as this chat is concerned. Let's talk us some Seattle.
Me: "When you look at this Seattle front, they seem to have a lot of quickness and penetration ability. What makes them so effective up front? I thanked him for his time and found the closest salvation I knew of: Garoppolo.
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The cherub-faced rookie quarterback whom my wife sat up and took keen notice of on draft weekend last May was a great chat I discovered when we talked extensively on his pro day before he was drafted in the second round by the Patriots. He speaks easily, and often with a smile, and would provide me some much-needed post-Stork salvation. I asked Garoppolo about the center, who was drafted two rounds later, and how they've gotten to know each other as rookies.
But playing with him there, I realized You can't ask for a better lineman than that. He knows the whole offense inside and out.
We loved his intelligence. His championship pedigree. He's a guy that finishes to the whistle on every play frse has a tremendous amount of fortitude.
Sometimes at the beginning of the season you have to kind of demonstrate some patience as an offense. We were not playing as well as we wanted to earlier in the year.
We needed numbres people to grow into their roles. There were some people we were pushing, but they were not quite ready yet, and Bryan would fall into that category.
Bryan came back that next Tuesday a gsy player because of all the things he had gone ffree in the game. He learned a lot from that. He's done everything we've asked him to do and done it with a great attitude and work ethic. Much like the Seahawks don't concern themselves too much with Marshawn Lynch's decision not to talk to the media, the Patriots are not spending time worrying about Stork's brusque style publcly either.
Heck, numbesr might have even endured him so much to Bill Belichick, it was the reason they drafted him. Who knows? All I know is that I am glad I am not the one lining up opposite him, whether Stork is injured or not. And at this point, my ego might need more icing than his troublesome knee. Have a tip? him at edholm yahoo-inc.