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James Harrison will play a big role on Sunday

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  1. illthrill

    illthrill On the Roster

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    I think the steelers will use him just like the Ravens used Barnes and the Eagles used Gocong. Harrison has 5.5 sacks in the last 5 games. I think he'll be a big factor and the pats have to game plan to keep him away from brady.
     
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    patsox23 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    That would be a GREAT idea, because - as everyone knows - what you want to do to beat the Patriots is the same thing that worked a couple games in a row. Belichick is TERRIBLE at addressing such matters and making adjustments.
     
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    PonyExpress In the Starting Line-Up

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    You must be Nostradamus.
     
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    RussFrancis Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    He had 3.5 of those sacks against Baltimore and McNair, who's now on IR. 2 sacks in the other 4 games. Dont get me wrong, he's a good player. But NE has faced many a great pass rusher this year. Freeney, Jason Taylor, Merriman, DeMarcus Ware, Terrell Suggs. Harrison is good, but theyll handle it.
     
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    ClevTrev Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Heh! True, true. You think they've had enough practice at this point? I've never seen a BB team that couldn't adjust, just keep that blueprint coming.
     
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