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David NewtonESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera said one of the keys when facing a Bill Belichick offense is making sure to perfect what you do best more than coming up with a special scheme. Rivera was 1-2 against the Patriots as the defensive coordinator at Chicago and San Diego, but in those games New England averaged only 16.6 points. The Pats scored 20 in a Monday night loss to the Panthers in 2013.

 

Well... that should be easy.

 

 

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We are man for man better than New England.  Of course their best man is the best ever and having his best season so thats a problem.

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6 minutes ago, sanjay_rajput said:

Weak minded fan who will cave into any media narrative 

Have you seen the Patriots tight ends, dude?

HAVE YOU?

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New England is doing what we are only beginning to try.  Small explosive scat backs and WRs that are too fast to cover and big TEs that dominate the middle of the field.  Brady just distributes the ball.  They have been doing this for years now.

What they have not done well is on defense.  Huge DTs with pass rushers works but they dont have those like they have in the past.

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All we need is for our blockers to hold for 20 seconds, not sure what is so unreasonable

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The key to beating a Pats offense is to constantly harass Brady and man up their receivers and make them beat you one on one. Eric Berry did one hell of a job manning up Gronk all game. Denver also did this in 2015. I don't think we have the personnel to do it though. Zone defense isn't going to cut it, Brady will eat that sh*t up.

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7 minutes ago, rodeo said:

All we need is for our blockers to hold for 20 seconds, not sure what is so unreasonable

Every other team in the league can do that. Why can't we?

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Yep, sounds just like Fox. Man to man, play better than the man across from you. Simplified/easy coaching. That's the plan, that's the scheme. This is what Fox preached and no we are back at it.

No adjustments, no mismatches just perfection and execution. Sure when it works it looks glorious but adjustments and mismatching are FAR more effective in so many other ways see the Patriots for last decade.

JR likes this kind of football as it resembles the 1970 steelers, his idol. Progressive coaching will come with a new owner.

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Translation: All we need to happen is for the Pats to turn into a high school JV team and then we don't have to coach and we can win. 

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49 minutes ago, Lumps said:

Yep, sounds just like Fox. Man to man, play better than the man across from you. Simplified/easy coaching. That's the plan, that's the scheme. This is what Fox preached and no we are back at it.

No adjustments, no mismatches just perfection and execution. Sure when it works it looks glorious but adjustments and mismatching are FAR more effective in so many other ways see the Patriots for last decade.

JR likes this kind of football as it resembles the 1970 steelers, his idol. Progressive coaching will come with a new owner.

A good coach would want both.  Be able to go man to man and win but be able to out wit them when you struggle.  Ron can't seem to get the team to do either.

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