Let's face it, a huge key to this game will be whether or not Brady feels comfortable in the pocket. In 2007 he had pressure on him all day long, and didn't have time to make reads and this led to a certain level of discomfort in the pocket and prevented Brady from getting in a rythym. Yes it's a different team (of course) but any QB under pressure is going to have a long tough day. I think the key to this game is slowing down the Giants highly formidable pass rush. On 3rd and long they line up Tuck, Kiwanuka, Osi, and Jason Pierre Paul and they cause havoc! I would employ Gronk and chip JPP. What's a chip? Gronk was kind enough to demonstrate what a TEXTBOOK chip block looks like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhamDo7F9yI&feature=player_embedded The best part of this block is that when a defender sees the man that just de-cleated him lined up in the same position as before he is going to protect himself first, and pass rush second. Chipping their DEs is going to be KEY since it will allow the pass rush to be slowed down a bit and make life easier for our Tackles. Inside, Mankins, Connelly, and Waters are going to need to handle whoever they put inside. Usually Tuck and JPP. How would you slow down their DEs?