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Your prediction - first defensive play of the season for the Patriots

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  1. JoeSixPat

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    Like the prediction on offense, what play would you run first on Defense against the Bills

    This one's an easier pick for me -

    A safety blitz, with Rodney coming around to let Losman and the entire NFL know - "He's Back!"

    Yeah - probably not going to happen - but I'd LOVE it!
     
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    Digger44 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    i dont see rodney blitzing very much in these first few games. he need to get some more confidence reps in. i would take Vrabel on the outside for a sack though, because I believe Tedy is gonna be next to Jr. in the middle.
     
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    It will be a stuff the run play.
     
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    #24 Jersey

    A simple run play, with Geno in deep coverage. Wilfork pushes the gap back and Seau tackles McGahee for a gain of 1 measly yard.
     
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    Not sure what it will be but sincerely hope it ends up in somebody on the DL, preferable Wilfork, pancaking that a-hole offensive lineman, Brad Butler, who went at Kiwanuka's knees after the play in last year's BC/UVA game.
     

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