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  • Week 1 - Sep 05

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    TB 34 @ NYG 41

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    NYG 36 @ CAR 7

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    bye

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    bye

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week one shows running game fail

Shane Vereen and Steven Ridley did not play well against the Miami Dolphins. The Patriots run game was miserable, minus the fact that Julian Edelman had his end around runs, and both Vereen and Brandon Bolden had a nice jaunt on a draw play when New England faced 3rd and 29, the Patriots finished 15 rushes for 41 yards.

There was no consistency with bad blocking or bad running back decisions killed any chance for a good gain.

"New England consistently found itself in 2nd-and-8, 2nd-and-9, or 2nd-and-12. The problems were multi-layered: On one first down carry, Stevan Ridley had a hole, but Dan Connolly couldn’t sustain his block long enough, and Dolphins defensive tackle Earl Mitchell corralled Ridley before he returned to the line of scrimmage."

Another play saw the Patriots on another 1st and 10 carry, "when Connolly pulled, it appeared Ridley opted to cut the wrong way, rendering Connolly’s block in the hole useless.
Rarely ever was a Patriots back able to cut upfield untouched."

Pyro's take: Obviously the running game, and blocking needs to get better for the Patriots if they want to win some games and not get blown-out by teams like the Miami Dolphins.

At this time, it looks like neither Tom Brady, Shane Vereen, or Steven Ridley hold strong value. The blocking and running through the right hole should have been worked out in preseason, so this could be an incoming disaster, be cautious and proceed as you would.

09/09/14, 11:42 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: blog.masslive.com

Vereen is on PYRO!!!

Yesterday, playing in his fourth game since his return, Vereen again flashed his potential.

After Rob Gronkowski went down with an ACL tear in the third quarter against the Cleveland Browns, Tom Brady turned to the back to pull off the team’s dramatic 27-26 win. Vereen had a career day, setting franchise running back records with 12 receptions and 153 yards.

“It’s been a roller coaster ride,” Vereen, who also scored a rushing touchdown, said of his season. “You know, a lot of peaks and valleys, but that’s football. That’s how it goes. Just happy to be here now and happy I can be a part of the team.”

With no Gronkowski, Aaron Dobson (foot) or Kenbrell Thompkins (hip), Brady targeted Vereen 17 times. The number of targets was nearly double the amount for the next player (nine for Julian Edelman) and more than twice as many as the eight other players who caught a pass.


Pyro's take: Vereen has been awesome since returning, and he blew up yesterday. Now that Gronkowski is out for the season Vereeen should see an increased workload the rest of the way.

Shane is a must start this week facing the Dolphins. The Fins have had issues stopping the run, and with Vereen's dual threat ability it could be a long night for their defense.

12/09/13, 05:01 PM CST by Houdini
Source: bostonherald.com

Shane Vereen put on IR with designation to return

The Patriots announced Tuesday that running back Shane Vereen has been placed on injured reserve with a designation to return after undergoing surgery to repair a dislocated bone in his left wrist.

Vereen is eligible to practice after Week 7 and play after Week 9. Due to the Pats' Week 10 bye, the earliest Vereen can return to game action is Nov. 18 versus the Carolina Panthers.

Pyro's take: This is horrible news, considering just yesterday we were being told that this was just going to be a 2-3 week injury. Now he is not going to be able to come back until week 11, which effectively makes him a drop candidate now, unless you are in a real deep or keeper league.

Vereen looked great in this game, and it is unfortunate for the young running back who now seems to be injury prone. This is great news for Stevan Ridley, who looked like he was going to lose his job after fumbling twice. Ridley will need to show that he can hold onto the ball, although there is not much competition behind him now with LaGarrette Blount or Brandon Bolden as options.

09/10/13, 04:59 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.nfl.com

Shane Vereen shows his versatility

Shane Vereen had 3 carries for 12 yards and 2 catches for 18 yards with a 13 yard touchdown catch in the Patriots first preseason game.

Pyro's take: Shane Vereen is locked in as the back up and 3rd down back for the Patriots. He is dynamic in the passing game and showed that off with a great over the shoulder catch down the sideline for a touchdown. Vereen will have a chance to be a real impact player, especially in PPR leagues.

08/10/13, 07:50 PM CDT by Houdini
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Shane Vereen to see more chances in 2013

ESPN's Field Yates, a former scouting intern with the Patriots, says running back Shane Vereen is "worth closely monitoring" in this situation.
"Like Hernandez, [Vereen] has the ability be used in various alignments around the formation, opening the door to the Patriots using him as a pre-snap motion player," Yates wrote Tuesday. "... A versatile player in that mold stresses a defense by forcing it into pre-snap adjustments. The Texans used James Casey in this way, as did the Vikings with Percy Harvin (and the Packers do with Randall Cobb), among a handful of other players with such a skill set."

Pyro's take: Vereen was already being touted by us as someone to watch, as he is taking over the Danny Woodhead role in the offense, which made Woodhead a top 25 fantasy running back. Now with the loss of Aaron Hernandez, and the news that the Patriots are looking to use Vereen all over the field makes him even more intriguing this season. Vereen is going to get plenty of opportunities to make plays in the passing game and could be a PPR steal on draft day.

07/05/13, 11:45 AM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.fftoolbox.com

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