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Some notes on the Dallas Pass rush

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  1. SVN

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    5 Rings for Brady!! In the Starting Line-Up

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    Sounds like a chance to use a tight end on either end of the OL, and run the ball right at Ware. :D
     
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    Bring it then. I see Kyle Brady as a very effective tool in Max Protection, and we know that guys like Faulk pick up the blitz very well.

    We also know the downside of blitzing, and if Brady could destroy Denver's blitz in that playoff game, then I have no sweat ever again that he can handle a blitz game plan.

    Matt Light's health may be a bigger issue than anything Dallas plans on doing. But again, that's where Brady II can shine. Nobody is penetrating on the side where Brady II lines up.
     
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    The Guidebook to Beating Brady



    We have a cognitive dissonance here.
    I recall that Denver playoff game as
    the league's guidebook on how to beat Brady (Brady I)
    ... provided the D can execute it.

    Fortunately, the Patriots' O-line - if healthy! -
    is much better now ... than then.
     
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