I can't help but get the feeling that the Jags might be pulling a rope-a-dope with their annoucement of Leftwich as QB. The guy broke his ankle just more than a month ago - and while he's recognized as a pocket passer, not a scrambler, strategically the Pats would know that he's even less likely to be able to scramble now. ...not to mention the fact that he may be rusty after more than a month off... Meanwhile the Jags scrambling backup QB might actually present a more challenging matchup for the Pats, requiring that they put one of their LBs in an elephant position rather than solely pressuring the QB and taking pressure off the secondary ...and obvisously, winning 5 out of 6 games Garrard is not a bad QB The fact that these two QBs are so different and require different game planning and preparation by the Pats leads me to believe there's a good chance that this may be a rope-a-dope BB of course has probably already taken this into account, but ultimately he's going to have to make a choice on what QB to focus on - so he's probably focussing 75% of his gameplanning attention on the announced starter, Leftwich I would not be shocked to see Leftwich start, falter under the intense pressure Patriots LBs are sure to bring, and see Del Rio switch to Garrard, hoping that he can take advantage of the fact that the majority of the Patriots game planning was for Leftwich. Am I looking at this from the grassy knoll or do others share my suspicions? If the shoe were on the other foot and BB were the coach of the Jaguars, I expect that's exactly what he would do.