Jaguars - trick plays

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Just thinking back to the game against the Packers years ago where Matt Flynn was starter and the Packers executed a successful onside kick to start the game. Usually nothing-to-lose teams on paper will go to their bag of tricks to give the opponent something else to think about.

I don't think the Jags have the stones to do something like that on Sunday - I'm sure no team does - but anyone else think we'll see a lot of trick plays (RB or WR passes, onside kicks, etc) on Sunday? Hopefully the Pats expect it.
 

The Brandon Five

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Just thinking back to the game against the Packers years ago where Matt Flynn was starter and the Packers executed a successful onside kick to start the game. Usually nothing-to-lose teams on paper will go to their bag of tricks to give the opponent something else to think about.

I don't think the Jags have the stones to do something like that on Sunday - I'm sure no team does - but anyone else think we'll see a lot of trick plays (RB or WR passes, onside kicks, etc) on Sunday? Hopefully the Pats expect it.
I think the Jags are confident they can win without that kind of trickery.
 

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Just thinking back to the game against the Packers years ago where Matt Flynn was starter and the Packers executed a successful onside kick to start the game. Usually nothing-to-lose teams on paper will go to their bag of tricks to give the opponent something else to think about.

I don't think the Jags have the stones to do something like that on Sunday - I'm sure no team does - but anyone else think we'll see a lot of trick plays (RB or WR passes, onside kicks, etc) on Sunday? Hopefully the Pats expect it.
 
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