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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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#91 Kuechly59

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Posted 13 November 2013 - 02:59 PM

Don't know the Panthers well, but, after reading this board, I'd say the Pats will sell out to stop the run and stifle Olsen, then force Cam to win the game.

 

 

The 30th ranked run defense can sell out all they want there still going to get punched in the mouth and lose that battle...



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Posted 13 November 2013 - 03:10 PM

Most years, you'd be right. This year? The AFC East is 8-3 in non-conference games.

 

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

 



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Posted 13 November 2013 - 03:17 PM

As always, the Pats d gives up a lot of yards, hence that ranking, but they aren't giving up a lot of points this year, especially in the red zone.

 

 

The 30th ranked run defense can sell out all they want there still going to get punched in the mouth and lose that battle...



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Posted 13 November 2013 - 03:39 PM

Tom Brady devolves into a very average QB once he's been put on the turf a few times. His feet start jumping like he's on "Dancing With the Stars" and he lets passes fly a split second too early.

 

That being said, Carolina needs to ensure that a sack on Tom Brady needs to be prefaced with a pillow-fluffing, turn down the sheets and make sure he's comfortable on the turf because the game is on Monday night. The refs will call anything Tom Brady tells them to, the refs will favor the Patriots and the refs will make sure Tom Brady continues as the golden boy of the NFL.



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Posted 13 November 2013 - 03:44 PM

I don't see a lot of Panther games - do they commonly put in a lot of sub packages on the D side of the ball? If they do, that will help the Pats. Once Brady sees the right combo on the field, he'll go no huddle and keep that group on the field.

If they are in a nickle / dime defense, more rushes; the other way, go 4 / 5 wide, get the defense winded and confused.

Few if any other teams in the league can do it. It takes a Brady or Manning to execute it, along with a well-disciplined team. Pats couldn't do it much early in the season (too many new pieces on the O). Only saw it in action a lot agains tthe Saints so far this year. I expect to see a lot of it this Monday night.


That the thing about our whole line. We do not have to sub, all of our DTs can rush the passer and pass rush. No huddle would play into our favor because we can get pressure with 4 or even more pressure when we use our LBs.

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Posted 13 November 2013 - 04:02 PM

 

As always, the Pats d gives up a lot of yards, hence that ranking, but they aren't giving up a lot of points this year, especially in the red zone.

 

 

 

The 30th ranked run defense can sell out all they want there still going to get punched in the mouth and lose that battle...

 

 

21st overall rated defense gives up 19.3 ppg hardly what I would call not giving up a lot of points....




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