Just because somebody asked me to, so here you go. (I'm not sure what forum this belongs in, so feel free to move it.) * Their whole offense is MJD, like you didn't know that already. Garrard looked very average. I don't know if he just hasn't built any chemistry with his receivers yet, but there was no fear of Garrard. Holt is the only receiver worth a crap. * The o-line is vulnerable. The rookie OTs may be good one day, but I would be worried if I was a Jags fan right now. * Keeping people at home in the middle is the key to stopping their ground game. That's where they had the most success against the Colts. The Jags have had a lot of success running on the Colts, so the fact the Jones-Drew only managed 97 yards was an accomplishment. * On defense they are not the Jags of the past. The Colts moved the ball pretty effectively the whole game. A bad decision by Peyton resulted in a pick in the endzone and Addai fumbled in their territory once. Outside of the two turnovers, the Colts only punted twice. The Colts missed two short fourth down conversions, but that was more because of Colts choosing to running off tackle instead of up the gut than the Jaguars being stout. * Gonzalez went down on the second series and the Colts passing game was able to do well with Reggie being doubled nearly every play and a rookie and a second year guy at the other two receiver spots. The Patriots should be able to pass the ball with success. * Reggie Hayward broke his leg. He is not the player that he once was, now he won't be contribute for a while if at all. So if you contain MJD, Garrard will not beat you. Their defense is suspect compared to years past (at least at this point of the season) and the Patriots should be able to take advantage of it. While it is just the first game of the season, I see no reason that you guys should lose to Jacksonville, especially if Del Rio is still their coach.