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  1. b72s

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    I hope we keep the pedal to the medal.

    After watching Houston implode against colts!!
    Remember Miami's loss to Saints early this year.

    You have to pressure QB and WRs. It is one thing to go on 4th and 2.

    It is an other to just play prevent.

    Which then again we do not have the best pass rush but...

    I assume others feel that Tully And Burgess will be the Key to Pressure Brees.

    While Bodden on Colston.

    Going into the fourth up 17 points once the Pats may have learned their lesson.
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    I actually think Guyton and Mayo are they keys to pressuring Brees.

    But yeah, when they start bleeding, we have to be shoving Aspirin down their throats.
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    If we're up big and start playing soft again I may have to be restrained from running onto the sideline and punching Pees.
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    others have questioned whether this years team is "soft." That perception may stem from our inability to pressure the QB and run the ball with authority. Each is a reflection of both coaching and personnel, but their ability to overcome these limitations will go a long way to determining the outcome tonight (and probably later as well, although Taylor will help the running game when he returns).
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    We all know what's going to happen.......
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    QFT. I may throw my shoe through the TV.
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    I don't see us being up big again...the Saints are better than the Colts IMO and this is a prime time game with those fans being fired up and giving those players added motivation,I would settle for a 3 or 7 point lead throughout.
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    I just hope PATs get enough of their injured defensive players back
    so they can get some good rotation to keep front 7 fresh.

    Also three or four 3 and outs wouldn't hurt either as long as PATs offense
    can stay on the field for at least 7 plays.
    If PATs can win TOP they win this game. IMO.
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    I'm with you. If nothing else their running game is so much better, which helps to sustain drives. In the Colts game they seemed to either score on quick but long drives, or go three and out. That won't be happening with the Saints, they're too balanced.
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    Just Curious...How is the Saints O-line? They must protect Brees but are they like the Vikings O-line?
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