OK, somebody explain to me this: Why did the Jax O look so good on that drive and why did the Pats D look so bad? How did the Pats manage to keep it from happening again? It was the only point in the game where I got nervous. Some stats: * 95 yards in 11 plays * More than 7 minutes elapsed * 7 first downs * 34 rushing yards (almost 1/2 the Jax total) * NO THIRD DOWNS! Jax was really moving the ball at will. I watched it again this morning and couldn't figure out what they were doing differently. The Pats were in their base 3-4 the whole time. Regular personnel. Maybe someone with a sharper eye than me can figure it out. Here is the full play-by-play for the drive: 1st and 10 at JAX 5 (14:53) M.Jones-Drew right guard to JAX 8 for 3 yards (T.Bruschi). 2nd and 7 at JAX 8 (14:13) D.Garrard pass short left to M.Lewis to JAX 19 for 11 yards (R.Gay). FUMBLES (R.Gay), recovered by JAX-M.Jones-Drew at JAX 17. M.Jones-Drew to JAX 17 for no gain (R.Gay). 1st and 10 at JAX 17 (13:31) D.Garrard pass short left to I.Smolko to JAX 24 for 7 yards (R.Gay). 2nd and 3 at JAX 24 (12:57) M.Jones-Drew up the middle to JAX 34 for 10 yards (R.Harrison, J.Sanders). 1st and 10 at JAX 34 (12:20) D.Garrard pass short right to M.Jones-Drew to NE 48 for 18 yards (A.Samuel). 1st and 10 at NE 48 (11:37) F.Taylor up the middle to NE 33 for 15 yards (J.Sanders). 1st and 10 at NE 33 (10:56) F.Taylor up the middle to NE 28 for 5 yards (J.Seau, R.Gay). PENALTY on NE-J.Seau, Face Mask (15 Yards), 14 yards, enforced at NE 28. 1st and 10 at NE 14 (10:25) D.Garrard pass short left to M.Jones-Drew to NE 9 for 5 yards (R.Seymour, J.Seau). pass tipped by NE 93-Seymour 2-5-NE 9 (9:42) F.Taylor right guard to NE 2 for 7 yards (M.Vrabel, R.Harrison). 1st and 2 at NE 2 (9:01) JAX 76-Collier eligible. F.Taylor up the middle to NE 1 for 1 yard (J.Green, J.Seau). 2nd and 1 at NE 1 (8:18) JAX 76-Collier eligible. PENALTY on JAX-T.Pashos, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at NE 1 - No Play. 2nd and 6 at NE 6 (7:54) D.Garrard pass short left to E.Wilford for 6 yards, TOUCHDOWN.