Game 1: Not a blow out

Discussion in ' - Patriots Fan Forum' started by harveyw, Jan 10, 2006.

  1. harveyw

    harveyw Practice Squad Player

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    The Pats played brutal in the early season meeting at Invesco, yet had a chance in the final quarter to tie the game. The team has improved greatly due in majority to the return of many starters and the improvement of many young guys. The front 7 has dominated since approx. week 10 giving the secondary much needed help. Smith and Lelie will no longer have a chance to get behind the secondary as Plummer will have much less time than the first meeting. Bell and Anderson still pose a threat but we do have the number one rushing defense in the second half of the season.

    Meanwhile, the Denver Browns defense is the same and will not be able to put substantial pressure on Brady allowing him to pick on the rookie corner on the opposite side of Bailey.

    My prediction: Plummer goes back to his usual self and throws 2 or more INTs and the Pats win going away 28-10.

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