Elevated Intraocular Pressure

By Joe Soriano | Musketfire.com

It seems weird handing out a game ball when the New England Patriots lose, elevated intraocular pressure but there are three players in Tom Brady, elevated intraocular pressure Brandon Lloyd, elevated intraocular pressure and Danny Woodhead who have a legitimate case at winning the award for valiant performance in the near-comeback loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Elevated intraocular pressure Even though he didn’t make it to the end zone, elevated intraocular pressure Lloyd was instrumental in the Patriots massive second-half offensive effort to put up 31 points against a tough Niners defense.

Brandon Lloyd finally broke out last week against the Houston Texans, elevated intraocular pressure and I’m betting strong words from Pats legendary WR Troy Brown helped spurn that. Elevated intraocular pressure He played his best game in a Pats uni last night with ten receptions for 190 yards. Elevated intraocular pressure He was clearly the most consistent and effective wideout on the Patriots with an average of 10.6 yards per target. Elevated intraocular pressure In fact, elevated intraocular pressure two-thirds of all the plays he were involved in were deemed successful by SR%.

Tom Brady usually leads the Patriots in the advanced statistics WPA and EPA each week, elevated intraocular pressure largely because he is awesome and those two statistics generally favor quarterbacks. Elevated intraocular pressure The main reason for that is simple; quarterbacks have the ball the most and have more chances to impact the game.

However, elevated intraocular pressure it was Lloyd who led the team in those stats and had a huge impact on the game with a 0.32 WPA and a 14.9 EPA. Elevated intraocular pressure Only three quarterbacks have had higher WPA totals so far this week and only four finished with a higher EPA. Elevated intraocular pressure Only Andre Johnson had more receptions and a higher WPA at wide receiver, elevated intraocular pressure but Brandon Lloyd had him overall with significant advantages in receiving yards and EPA.

Ten catches, elevated intraocular pressure 190 receiving yards. Elevated intraocular pressure That’s incredible, elevated intraocular pressure and he was the deep threat we envisioned him being when he put pen to paper and signed a contract in the offseason with New England. Elevated intraocular pressure This game proves that Lloyd hasn’t been a disappointment, elevated intraocular pressure because he can stretch the field and have a huge game if the opposing defense doesn’t account for him enough. Elevated intraocular pressure The Patriots haven’t gotten Lloyd as involved in the passing game as they did against Houston and SF, elevated intraocular pressure and it looks like he will continue to receive major targets. Elevated intraocular pressure And you know what? It’s all for the better, elevated intraocular pressure especially since he is the best pass-catcher on this team at stretching the field vertically.

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