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    There isnt any reason why bulger shouldnt pick the pats secondary apart, as long as he is standing upright. Even if dillion plays and shreds our weak d, we should still be able to quick strike and force the pats to pass. The receiving corp must be licking thier chops looking at these inexperienced corners.


    And Martz,

    IT IS OKAY TO USE YOUR 2 STUD RUNNING BACKS IN THIS GAME!!!!

    :helmet:

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    Re: O-line Must Protect

    Matz should give his O-line a jump start. Pound the ball the whole first quarter with a steady dose of #39, throwing in a bunch of #28 for good measure. That should set up the last three quarters for some STUFF downfield. Run, run, run, pass. Run, run, run, pass. Run, run, run, run !!!
    Got to take it to em Mikey. Keep the ball in our hands ALA the Steelers last weeks 42 min. to 18 min. ratio. That should help Mr. Williams confidence

    Maine - Ram :ramlogo:

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    • #3
      Re: O-line Must Protect

      I'm expecting to see a lot of delays and draws from Martz, because I think that's one of the best ways to counter the blitz, which I expect the Pats to use in order to counteract their secondary shortage.

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