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    I don't think Odgen was healthy the last time the Pats played the Ravens in 2004. He obviously made a huge difference in the running attack and showed why he is the best LT in the game right now. This is something the "announcers" should be talking about instead of pimping NutriSystem for Shula.

    Kaczur is a target. He has struggled at times and is now the focal point of opposing defenses attack. I know Light was beaten as well but it seemed like they were overloading the right side more often. This is a concern. Yet overall Brady has sick amounts of time on many plays only to have his receivers drop the friggin ball.

    Which brings me to my next point. Why were there so many dropped passes last night? Was it the cold weather? Nerves? Brady throwing the ball too hard? It's cold weather the rest of the way. They better get used to catching in those conditions.
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    I think the wind played some games with the ball tonight. It forced the receivers to adjust to the ball in the air as it was being blown.
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    #18 Jersey

    Maybe Jake Long can be the next Jon Ogden. Maybe we will see him with a Flying Elvis on his helmet.
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    One more point about the game. Heading into last night's contest the Pats needed to win 3/5 in order to clinch HFA. If they lost last night they play a fired up Steelers team on short rest the following week. Not a good scenario. They possibly lose another one. This would make the final 3 games MUST win. Not where they want to be. So this win was huge IMO.
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    I'm hoping if we draft high, this is where we go. An anchor LT, move Light to RT and rotate in more guys so they're fresh to run the ball.
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