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Old 01-07-2019, 08:44 PM
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The only area N-E is better than BAL is their passing offense. The Patriots can run the ball but Brady can't do the job L. Jackson did Sunday. He shouldn't drop much ball either... 7 DBs?

On defense, the Patriots are vulnerable against the run (22th). The Ravens were 4th in the league. Gordon, Ek and Jackson can do more than 80 yards next Sunday. I hope!

Is the OL of N-E better than that of BAL? I'm very confident that our defense can go to Brady and hurt him enough he can't finish the game.
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Old 01-07-2019, 09:09 PM
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The only area N-E is better than BAL is their passing offense. The Patriots can run the ball but Brady can't do the job L. Jackson did Sunday. He shouldn't drop much ball either... 7 DBs?

On defense, the Patriots are vulnerable against the run (22th). The Ravens were 4th in the league. Gordon, Ek and Jackson can do more than 80 yards next Sunday. I hope!

Is the OL of N-E better than that of BAL? I'm very confident that our defense can go to Brady and hurt him enough he can't finish the game.
We don't need that. Just get to him enough, to get him to make mistakes, or throw the ball away.
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Old 01-07-2019, 09:19 PM
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We don't need that. Just get to him enough, to get him to make mistakes, or throw the ball away.
Agreed... we don't need to knock Brady out of the game... just make him wish the nightmare will end.


Patriots are not nearly as stout up front... but they have good DBs. That being said, MDub will still be a mismatch... feed the beast.
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Old 01-07-2019, 11:04 PM
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The only area N-E is better than BAL is their passing offense. The Patriots can run the ball but Brady can't do the job L. Jackson did Sunday. He shouldn't drop much ball either... 7 DBs?

On defense, the Patriots are vulnerable against the run (22th).
The Ravens were 4th in the league. Gordon, Ek and Jackson can do more than 80 yards next Sunday. I hope!

Is the OL of N-E better than that of BAL? I'm very confident that our defense can go to Brady and hurt him enough he can't finish the game.
Check again. Pats are 22nd against the pass, 11th v run, 7th v points allowed. Their D is pretty good but not as good as Bal . Good thing. We got 1 TD against Ravens. Prolly need more v NE.
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Old 01-08-2019, 12:02 AM
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There’s no comparison between Tom Brady and Lamar Jackson. You’re talking about arguably the goat and a rookie. NE has much better offensive weapons in Gronk, Edelman, Hogan, White and Michel as well. We’re gonna have to score TDs not fg’s and have a good defensive plan. Lots of dbs on the field again
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Old 01-08-2019, 04:16 AM
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Belichick has run that defense off and on for YEARS. He calls it their Penny defense because of the small players out there. Penny is the smallest coin. You know, Dime package, Nickel package, Penny.

Yeah, its cute and getting lots of press. The Dark Overlord has been there done that.

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Old 01-08-2019, 06:47 AM
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Check again. Pats are 22nd against the pass, 11th v run, 7th v points allowed. Their D is pretty good but not as good as Bal . Good thing. We got 1 TD against Ravens. Prolly need more v NE.
They tend to give up most of the yards between the 20's but are down right stingy buggers in the red zone.


They have lost 6 games. They are beatable... clearly
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They tend to give up most of the yards between the 20's but are down right stingy buggers in the red zone.


They have lost 6 games. They are beatable... clearly
The Patriots are #16 in Red Zone TD's given up this year. About middle of the road. The Chargers #4.



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Old 01-08-2019, 06:58 AM
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NE is a very smart football team. They don't make mistakes and they don't turn the ball over. We need to play mistake free football.
The zebras will be all in for New England for sure.
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Old 01-08-2019, 07:31 AM
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They tend to give up most of the yards between the 20's but are down right stingy buggers in the red zone.


They have lost 6 games. They are beatable... clearly
5 games but great point.
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