If you believe their stats, it'll make you feel better. The only concern we should have is long, sustained, clock killing drives that wear us out, beat us down and steal the momentum. Well, Football Outsiders' stats say that's not happening. Looking at their OL stats : (http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/ol.php) The Power Success shows 3rd and 4th down with 2 or less yards to go. Jacksonville is ranked 18th. The Stuffed rank shows "Percentage of runs that result in (on first down) zero or negative gain or (on second through fourth down) less than one-fourth the yards needed for another first down". Jacksonville is ranked 23rd. For reference, NE is ranked 9th in Power Success and 3rd (that's good) in Stuffed. Now, they're not saying Jacksonville's running game sucks. They are a very good 2nd in 10+ yard runs (we're 26th). But I'm not worried about that. We'll give up some longish runs, that's a given. However we won't score 13 points. We'll very likely score 30+ and Jacksonville won't beat, or come close to, that with a few long runs. As you would expect from the numbers above, Taylor and Jones-Drew are ranked as good RB, 9th and 22nd in the league (Maroney is 6th, sorry haters). But, again, their Success Rate (you can see the definition at the link, you can probably guess approximately) is 34th and 28th whereas Maroney's is 2nd. To put % to that, Taylor and Jones-Drew have successful runs 45% and 46% respectively whereas Maroney does 58%. http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/rb.php Again, the Jags' running game is good - but it's a big play running game that'll get stuffed more than most and then crack a big one. Honestly that doesn't concern me in the least.