Patriots @ Jets live stream

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) warms up before an NFL football game against the New York Jets Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

This is the live stream for the Week 8 Monday night game between the New England Patriots and New York Jets. Ryan Sakamoto and I will announce the game live on the HotMic App. If you have an iPhone, you can download the app in the App Store using invite code COHN10. If you don’t have an iPhone, you can watch the stream below.

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  1. Maybe Brady finishes his career under Shanny. Probably more likely it’s under Gruden in that new Las Vegas Stadium.

  2. Grant and Ryan have been dissing Kaep, so I wish to counter their chatter.
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    Sure, Kaep was not accepted like JG is. Kaep took over from AS, so there were many AS lovers who disliked Kaep. JH almost split the locker room over it.
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    Once JH was fired, Kaep lost his biggest booster, and Baalke did everything in his power to stab Kaep in the back. Case in point, the time on the servers. Sure, Baalke leaked that the computer of Gabbert was turned on for twice the amount of time over Kaep’s. However, he could have turned it on and walked away. The proof is that Gabbert had twice the amount of time, but it did not translate onto the field. Even with all the extra time supposedly studying, Gabbert pulled a Gabbert, and benched himself.
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    Kaep is being blackballed, Ryan, and the proof for that is all the drek QBs playing right now, yet Kaep has not even been allowed to try out for a team.
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      1. Kaep was bad? With a 90,7 QBR, 16-4 TD to int ratio, 4-2 road playoff record and setting the playoff QB rushing record? He got to the SB after only 10 games. To me, Kaep would be far superior to Rosen, Fitzpatrick, Darnold, Dalton and even the present Flacco.

        1. All of that was before the NFL defenses figured out how to stop him. Good QBs learn how to take the next step whiling adjusting.

          1. Lamar Jackson is another mobile QB, who is taking the league by storm. Mahomes, Rodgers, Watson, Wilson and even Murray are mobile QBs. Having an accurate passer, who also is mobile and elusive, will allow the QB to buy time to let a receiver get open, while also worrying the defense about his running threat.
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            Kaep was the first college QB to pass for 10,000 yards, and run for 4,000 yards. He can pass, and run. He is strong enough to shrug off arm tackles, and can put touch on the ball, throwing over the LBs, and in front of the safeties.
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            That tired old saying about how defenses have figured out how to stop Kaep, so he cannot play anymore, can also be applied to every other QB. That is what defenses do, but one cannot give up on a player. Everyone must change and adapt. The good thing about Kaep, is that he can stress the defense with his arm or his legs. His versatility is an asset, not a weakness.
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            We have seen way too many pocket QBs struggle this season. Ben, Rivers, Flacco, Dalton, Darnold, Rosen, Fitzpatrick, Winston, and Goff have also been ‘figured out’.

          2. In no way did you even challenge what I said; all you did was talk around it without actually addressing it.

    1. Eh, my boy Gabbert clearly worked harder than Kaep. Whether it didn’t translate on the field is another matter, but Gabbert clearly is a professional. It’s why he’s still in the league, and Kaep is… not. You could see on the sidelines, where Gabbert was going through the plays with Kaep when he was the backup. When Kaep was the backup, he didn’t do that. I never really got all the vitriol Gabbert gets, to be honest. He’s far from the worst QB in the league, and can make special throws, and has some great wins. He’s not an NFL starter, but not for a lack of tangible traits.

      1. Renas, you are pulling a Gabbert, and benching yourself. Please do not defend the indefensible.
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        Touting Gabbert just does not impress me.

        1. Benching myself from what? It doesn’t really matter if it impresses you or not. You neee only listen to what players, who play with Gabbert, have to say about him. As backups go, he’s not bad. Better than CJB by a mile, and I think he can make more throws than Mullens, but I’d pick Mullens overall.

          1. Renas, you will not impress me with your football knowledge by touting Gabbert. In fact, it makes you look kinda clueless. If you think you look like a QB savant touting Gabbert, you should realize it has the opposite effect. I will say you have very little football knowledge, but I guess you are fine with that.
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            Yes, Arians also was very impressed with Gabbert, and started him. Too bad Gabbert pulled a Gabbert, and benched himself. Arians did not tout him much after that.
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            Gabbert has a 13-35 win loss record, has thrown for almost as many interceptions as TDs, and has a 70.7 QBR. Those stats do not impress me at all.

            1. Renas, you will not impress me with your football knowledge by touting Gabbert.

              I’m not here to impress you, fake Sebbie.

              If you think you look like a QB savant touting Gabbert, you should realize it has the opposite effect.

              I never said it did. Gabbert is one of my favourite players.

              I will say you have very little football knowledge, but I guess you are fine with that.

              Sure. I honestly couldn’t care less.

              Yes, Arians also was very impressed with Gabbert, and started him. Too bad Gabbert pulled a Gabbert, and benched himself. Arians did not tout him much after that.

              Players. O lineman. Palmer. All sung his praises.

              Gabbert has a 13-35 win loss record, has thrown for almost as many interceptions as TDs, and has a 70.7 QBR. Those stats do not impress me at all.

              Not going to defend the stats. What good team has he been on?

              1. Yup, they all sung his praises, then he played, and the silence was deafening.
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                This is OK. Now I will be able to state that you are so clueless, you love Gabbert, who is your favorite QB.

              2. Yup, they all sung his praises, then he played, and the silence was deafening.

                But this was in the offseason, after he’d played his last snap for the Cards.

                This is OK. Now I will be able to state that you are so clueless, you love Gabbert, who is your favorite QB.

                You’re free to do so, but I said nothing about him being my favourite QB. I like quite a few players.

        2. Nobody here needs to impress you, you understand that..right!

          Kaep benched himself and was too difficult to even watch. One trick pony[nobody knew him and he was lucky or looked good b/c the defense carried the team] that every team ‘quickly’ figured out. He couldn’t change or adapt, couldn’t read more that 1 wr and couldn’t hit the side of a barn. He didn’t go bad when JH left or Ballke stabbed him in the back.

          I never really cared how Alex Smith played but he was a nice humble guy that ‘never’ complained. He was finally playing good, 70% completion rate, got slightly hurt and for some reason didn’t come back. Bad decision by the coach or management. Glad he got a chance to play in KC.

          Kaep never was studing plays on the sidelines and made bad decisions of grandstanding on the sidelines instead of other places. Very inaccurate passer. He all by himself slowly pulled the noose harder around his neck and now is in his 30’s, out for years is done. I doubt he comes back.

          1. The problem is, many detractors do not say anything impressive, at all. They just snark away.
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            That tired old screed about not studying plays on the side line? Too bad he had a radio DJ as a QB coach, who was spinning discs rather than discussing plays. Actually, he went back and studied plays, like what every QB does in the league.
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            He is very inaccurate? With a 90.7 QBR?
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            Yes he has been blackballed for years, but Josh Johnson was out for years, and came back and won a game for the Skins.Barkley had not thrown a pass in years, and came back and won a game.
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            AS was gifted a very good KC team with a good HC in Reid, but never could get to the SB. In the NFCCG against the Giants, he threw one pass to his WRs, and was 1-13 in third down conversions.

            1. You are the problem. You aren’t saying anything impressive. Kaep brought this on his own. Being blackballed is bs, your and a few others opinion, that’s it. If he was any good he’d be back, period. And he wasn’t known for studing plays, spin how you want. He was terrible, over threw, underthrew, one read qb but could run. Had a decent qbr breifly when teams didn’t know him yet..lol. Smith should of come back, JH and him finally got in tune of the offense. Defense was strong then after Smith was gone and basically carried the team to the SB.

  3. Now they are comparing Mullens to JG.
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    JG is far superior to Mullens. However, with this defense, Mullens would also win games.
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    Why is JG superior? Because JG is a 2 time SB winner, so he brings that winning mojo with him. He knows how to win. He knows how to lead. JG can throw into triple coverage, and complete passes. Yes, he does throw picks, but I would like aggressive play, rather down a checkdown QB like AS.
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    They think Mullens would make all the throws, and sees the field better, but Mullens has also thrown picks, so he is not perfect. JG just wins. Mullens needs to have won a lot more games, before I would consider Mullens superior to JG. JG has a 14-2 record, so he is doing just fine.

    1. Because JG is a 2 time SB winner, so he brings that winning mojo with him. 

      I like Garoppolo, but he is a two time Super Bowl winning bench warmer.

      1. But he got a ring so he’s a winner! Just like Steve Bono was a SB winner! Sure, he rode the bench, but think about all that leadership and skills he picked up on that pine plank! Just ask Chase Daniel, Matt Flynn and David Carr!

        1. Sorry Seb, but Garoppolo has yet to start in a Super Bowl, so you cannot say he knows what it takes to win a Super Bowl.

          1. Steve Young has 3 SB rings, but played in only his last one. He learned how to win SBs by studying behind the best, just like JG did with Brady.

            1. Apples to oranges Seb. Young was part of a team put together with the sole mission of beating the Cowboys during that season.

              1. They are both QBs who won rings while studying behind legends. More like comparing Pippins to Gravensteins.
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                JG, with his 14-2 W/L record, sure seems to know how to win.

              2. So sitting on your duff because a Super Bowl winning legend is starting in front of you equals knowing how to win the Super Bowl.
                Got it. 🤮

              3. Yup, he was not thrown to the wolves like AS was. Rodgers was able to learn from a Hall of Famer, and his talent was able to be developed and refined without getting bludgeoned.

              4. Awesome, but your comment is still nonsense. In no way does sitting on the bench while Brady was winning a Super Bowl prep Garoppolo to know how to win a Super Bowl.

    2. Grant and Ryan have been dissing Kaep

      Now they are comparing Mullens to JG.

      Seb, why are you even listening to this crap?

      1. This. I watch most of the Periscopes, well more listen as I have a long commute to work, but there are lines to be drawn here. I couldn’t think of much I’d want to see less than Grant’s hot takes on a Patriots game.

    1. I like your website. No fluff, just helpful info.

      Hang with us for a few days and see if you feel the same…

  4. This is the live stream for the Week 8 Monday night game between the New England Patriots and New York Jets

    I’m not sure what this has to do with “inside the 49ers” but whatever you say Grant.

  5. An early peek into a Panthers blog….

    Thanks News! I’ve been harping on the San Francisco Fakers all week! Feels good to see it put on paper.
    Also important to note that the 49ers faced the Steelers the week after Big Ben went down. They’ve been lucky bastards all around. It will feel good to see them put down like the dogs they are.

    Posted by Revshawn on Oct 21, 2019 | 3:11 PM

  6. Grant…

    Is the HotMic braintrust concerned with the proliferation of the term ‘hotmic’ and ‘hot mic’–most of it predating the emergence of your hotmic? You guys/gals have a good attorney?

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