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"Football Scientist:" Pats should be able to handle Rams

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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    Thanks for linking. Just started reading, but this looks like a nice article.
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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    so wilfork is having a bad season...
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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    Avery is due to line up against Deltha O'Neal and O'Neal's history says he shuts down vertical throws. If you take out the San Diego game where O'Neal gave up two bomb completions (bombs being defined as passes thrown 30+ yards downfield), he hasn't allowed a single completion at that depth this season.

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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    His stuff is getting like mad science. Had he at least said he noticed Romo was out last week I mighta fallen for it... It's like Romo's absence is the elephant in the room... Nor do I think anyone informed KC that BJGE is our new weekly starting feature back...

    That said, I think Zolak's analysis was more scientific...he said after a new HC induced 2 game winning streak he thinks the Rams are due to come back to earth the road...
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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams


    I never read that on these boards.
    Nope. No "When is WIlfork going to step up" threads here.:)
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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    Not sure of that, when your middle linebacker leads the team in tackles, your nose tackle is doing his job.....
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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    OTOH it could mean the NT is tieing up that ML's blockers.
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    Re: "Football Scientist":pats should be able to handle rams

    Why mention Romo's absence? The Cowboys have a veteran QB with SB experience! That's a guaranteed win on a team with that much talent, according to a large group study...
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    I think this game comes down to the last possession....hopefully I'm wrong and the Pats roll....we just don't have the running threats this week....Cassel will need to have another strong performance
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    If Steven jackson isn't playing then it will be an easy game for us
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