12-23-2006, 07:02 PM
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Re: This will be a tough game tomorrow
Our offense vs Jagwads D...
Big DL. Very strong against the run. We need BOTH Dillon & Maroney to have a run game. Inside & outside.
Good front 4 pass rush. They don't blitz much but if we go pass formation a lot (I think we will Sunday) they'll bring more blitzes.
Like every other team that causes us problems they'll bring up the safetys (hurting our run) and play the CBs close up to the LOS. It will be up to our ragtag wideout bunch to beat this coverage with some consistency, enough for a couple drives. Bam could be an interesting factor here as well as on STs. Bam may be backup for an ailing Faulk on returns. If Faulk is not hurt and is full speed, he can counter the rush with some screens.
Brady needs time (bring your A game Light & co) and SOMEBODY has to be reliable geting seperation.
Our D vs Jagwads O:
Star RB Taylor out but mini-Drew is fast and hard to tackle. Maybe he's slowed down by injury. Dunno. BIG OL. Strong not finnese. With Wilfork OUT, my man Mike Wright needs someone to spell him at NT. Green can play NT but mostly in a pass D 3-4.
How hurt or healthy is Vrabes? Big factor for the hurtin' run D with Seau gone.
Last playoff we made some big turnovers. Garrard is a good runner and maybe we can disguise our coverages so that Asante can get another pick and price himself totally out of our consideration in '07.
Speaking of which, our DBs are way out-heighted. The Jagwads throw up the long ball and rely on the receivers to out jump and out muscle the DBs. Hopefully, no tacky PI calls against us here.
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