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  1. pats1

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    6pm

    26°F, Partly Cloudy, feels like 20°F


    9pm

    23°F, Partly Cloudy, feels like 18°F


    12am

    23°F, Mostly Cloudy, feels like 18°F
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    What do we want most?

    I like the QB matchup, but I also like that we are more used to the cold and are proven. So I believe we want cold, but not ridiculously cold (like against Tennessee in 2003), and not windy.

    Although windy might be an advantage for our place-kicking advantage.
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    This is wild it is going to be 25 tonight in Jacksonville. It was 29 last night.
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    Good point, visitor. Boston people are so provincial -- Jacksonville, Miami, what's the difference?

    But seriously, the ball is harder in the cold and guys like Branch have shown they can make a hands catch and get drilled by guys like Polamalu and hold on. Brady has repeatedly shown he can get a grip in the real cold. I've no doubt the JAX guys are tough, but significant experience can help too.

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