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Newton might throw for 500 yards Sunday. Seriously. The Jags got torched by the Jets last week. Newton does not rattle and he does not flinch and the Jags are going to have a heck of a time handling Steve Smith. This could be Newton's first NFL win, after a couple of tough losses to start the year.

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poo that's just what he is going to rush for. Stewart will have even more.

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With our depleted defense, we better have some long sustained drives. I'm not as confident about this game as the rest of you guys.

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remember how frustrating it was to watch carolina's defense get methodically pushed down the field because they could stop the run? remember how much time was burned off the clock? remember how little opportunity the offense had to get on the field and score points? remember how out of rhythm the offense was because of it?

that's what jacksonville is going to try to do.

i think it's going to be a lot uglier than people think.

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remember how once the offense got back on the field it was a three and out and back came the defense?

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MJD + a decent passing day by Gabbert could make for a long day.

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