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  1. abdul7

    abdul7 On the Game Day Roster

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    At 10-2 , we Are who we are. A team full of confidence, growing up quickly together, and ready to make another statement. Last week was huge, this week is to prove that it was no fluke. It will go right to the end and a game which will be decided on the ground. Look for Taylor more today with BJGE and Woodhead to be the main threat. Chicago won't beat us in the air so their run game will be the main threat also. Game of turnovers I believe in that horrible weather. In the end God Willing we win by 7. Have to feel good about this Team. BB will have them focused. Good luck. GO PATS.
     
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    I still think we'll be pretty balanced on offense. But I think you're right about defense, we have to stop the run.
     
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    Kinda fits the theme and this week's opponent...
     
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    Patsfanin Philly Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Think of it this way, the last four games are all cold weather games, @ Chi, @ Buff, home vs Miami and GB. That should be good preparation for the playoffs and Northeast weather. Pittsburgh also has 4 cold weather game,s three at home and one at Cleveland.
    In contrast, look at Indy's last three games, two at home in a dome and one at Oakland.
    JAX- 2 at home, at Indy in a Dome, and at Houston. Should be interesting when one of these teams (if they make it out of wild card weekend) has to come north in the snow and the cold.
     
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    I'm not a worried about Chicago as everyone else. The weather will be a factor a bit, but that should favor Brady over Cutler. I'll take Brady's ball control over Cutler's anyday.
     
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    fair catch fryar In the Starting Line-Up

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    Running game along with plenty of dink & dunk using Welker, Woodhead, and Gronk.
     
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    Ideal game to tote the rock, using all of the RB's depending upon down and distance. Use that to set up play action, with screens and short passes to keep the Bears on their toes and guessing.

    I look forward to a Patriots win by a comfortable margin.
     
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    I really don't think the Pats are going out to play today to prove last week wasn't a fluke. They've moved on and so should we.
     
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    The Bears are who we though they are, and thats why were gonna take the damn field.
     
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