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Looking at NE. How will we fare against Brady if the front can't get any pressure?

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If Kenbrell Thompkins can torch Darelle Revis for two touchdowns, Aaron Dobson burn both Ike Taylor and Ryan Clark for a long bomb, and drop 2 long touchdowns against Antonio Cromartie on Monday Night, and Danny Amendola have a good game against Seattle's secondary in the past with Sam Bradford throwing him the ball then there is no reason to believe that they couldn't get open one on one with Captain Munnerlyn or Drayton Florence during single coverage or down the field.  Only a fool would think that, telling you now cannot single cover these guys... At the end of the day I don't care what record Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh or New York have.. Ike Taylor, Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie are still one of the best at what they do and they were all beat by Patriot receivers BEFORE Tom developed Chemistry, now that he has... if 1 on 1 happens, it could get ugly.

     Have you not seen how many turnovers our team has forced? Years of yall trading back to accumulate 3 smart but average players instead of taking top tier talent when you have the chance is catching up to you. The Pats have had 2 weeks to prepare for their last couple of Super Bowls, did not help them then, and it won't next Monday. Brady is still a great QB and if yall get the ball back with a chance to win in the last 2 mins we will all be nervous as hell. But great pass rushes give you fits and you are about to face one as well as a secondary that is not scared of any receiver on your team. AND your defense is pedestrian at best, We will run for a 150 yds minimum on you, and you will lose. It's ok though, you are still one of the best teams in the AFC, your just running into a buzzsaw

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New England is overrated.  The Panthers are underrated.  I think we should win this game.

 

About the pressure:  They will have to max protect to stop our front 4.  That means we will have 6-7 in coverage blanketing Brady's 3-4 targets.

 

 

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I respect the pats but I don't fear them if the Saints Defense could get pressure on him I know our Defense can't and we don't blitz as much as they do. I think we will let our front four do the most work with trying to get to him. And I said it before in another game I don't see our Offense playing like that again the 49ers Defense is not an easy team to score points on.

 

I think the reason Brady has been off has been the ability of the secondary to jam their wrs at the line of scrimmage.If we can do the same it gives our DL time to get to him. I am concerned about Gronk even with Davis and Luke on him.

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That offensive line for New England is healthy now, amazing how half their roster was hurt but yet 7-2, now that they're healthy, on a bye with two weeks to prepare, that coach Dante Scar will have something cooked up for the front four more than likely.  Mankins and Solder for stretches dominated Geno Atkins and Demeto Peko.. those two big o-lineman like I said are fully healthy now.

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Pats, like every season, are lucky to exist in one of the worst divisions in football.

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Pats, like every season, are lucky to exist in one of the worst divisions in football.

Well they have in my opinion the best quarterback in football and the best coach in football.  That always helps.  And actually, I'll say those two are the best that I've ever seen, especially with what they've had to work with outside of 2007 over the years.  3 SBs, 5 SB appearences, 11 playoff seasons, 100 wins.. thats incredible

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Well they have in my opinion the best quarterback in football and the best coach in football.  That always helps.  And actually, I'll say those two are the best that I've ever seen, especially with what they've had to work with outside of 2007 over the years.  3 SBs, 5 SB appearences, 11 playoff seasons, 100 wins.. thats incredible

 

and the weakest division in football. starting the season 5-1 has its advantages.

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Will Vereen be back? Hope not. If he is playing, I'd imagine there will be quite a few screens and dumps to him in the flats to try and negate the pass rush. Hopefully Luke can sniff those out like he did against ATL.

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they're going to use those quick inside slants that killed us during preseason. I feel better about the DBS now versus then but that's their point of attack!

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There are a lot of "If' in this game for NE. They need everything to go right to beat us in our own house. Every time they have faced a legit defense they have lost and we are the best they will face all year.

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ron needs to put us on that saints type of offense mentallity of getting to the goal line EVERY time we get the ball. We need points major points. If we cant get pressure on brady our offense will have to play huge. If we get brady on the ground this game can very much be ours

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You have to remember we are a top running team and the pats don't have 2 starting DTs... I mean chris ivory took it 34 times on them.. chris ivory.. imagine our backfield going at them.


Chris ivory is pretty good when healthy

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