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anyone else think Pats can run down their throats all game long?

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  1. yukon cornelius

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    think the pats run the ball down their throats all day?


    ray lewis can make 17 tackles all he wants.....as long as they are 6-8 yards down field


    baltimore has been run upon all/most of the year.....this patriot team can run the ball with the best


    keeps the ball out of flacco's hands....limits that "big play offense"


    grind the snot out of a defense that has played a lot of post season snaps, and is the league's oldest



    then bury them in the 2nd half
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    Yep.

    Baltimore will sit in nickel all game long daring the Pats to pass add to that Ellerbe is questionable with a back + something else and Lewis doesn't have full range of movement in his arm, running should be somewhat easy going.
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    doesnt matter if they will be able to run, question is will they ? Pats do like to throw the ball even on 3rd and shorts.
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