Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by weswelker#83, Jan 2, 2008.
I have a feeling that the Jaguar love-fest is going to die an early death.
I think you're right. I watched them play against Indy once and they got their asses handed to them. Jags called the most ridiculous plays during that game. I don't see them going very far
I saw the Indy@Jags game earlier this year and felt I should look up the stats on number of concussions Jack Del Rio suffered as a player. The coaching/play calling was that horrible in that game.
I expect Pitt to kick their a$$es.
I also wouldn't be shocked if Tennesse beats the Chargers. (I'd feel better if Tenn actually had anything that resembled an NFL passing game).
This idea of one team won the last time they played, even just a few weeks ago holds no weight with me.
The Jags have a history of coming up short in big games, and being expected to win against a good steeler team IN Pittsburgh sets that up well.
Same for the Chargers, who IMO are the single-most narcissistic team in the NFL.
This is a perfect spot for them to end up shaking their heads again and wondering how they aren't as good as they think they are.
The Jags don't have the offensive talent to beat the Pats or Colts. I fail to see how a team that got swept by the Colts is a "serious" contender. Maybe a guest, but not a real threat. I could see them beating Pitt, then again I just can't see Pitt going down again like that at home. We'll see.
I dunno. I see Pittsburg as a pretty depleted team. Gerrard doesn't look that much better than Leftwich on paper, but in practice, he's a big upgrade, IMO. The last play-off we had with the Jags I was amazed Leftwich never took advantage of the height advantage of his receivers. Not a pass over shoulder high. Just plain dumb.
wow you saw them by play 1 game with their backup QB against a fully healthy Colts team (the 2nd best in the league).
this makes you an expert!
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