One and Done: Path to the SB

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    One and Done: Path to the SB

    The path to the SB goes through the Razor. The Pats have to beat some variation of the following teams. What offensive weapon does BB and Co. have to neutralize to give the Pats a chance against each team? 
    • Baltimore: ? Ray Rice. Rice was a monster two years ago in Foxboro - I was there - not a pretty site. He has had two monster games in a row and is on top of his game now. 
    • Pittsburgh: ? Rothlisberger or ? Mike Wallace. I think it's Wallace. Our secondary may have fits with Wallace. Give the rest of the receivers an opportunity to beat us, but neutralize Wallace. 
    • Houston: This is an interesting situation. Do you attack the third string QB or try to take the running game away? 
    • Cincy: ? Dalton
    • Denver: ? Contain Tebow. Use the last three games as a template to totally take him out of his game. 
     
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    Re: One and Done: Path to the SB

    Shut down Ray Rice. Don't see Pissburgh making it to Gillette.
     
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    Re: One and Done: Path to the SB

    score first and keep scoring
     
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    Re: One and Done: Path to the SB

    It's Baltimore.  And Denver is just lucky to get to the playoffs at all.  Love Tebow, but if your team cannot score more than a FG against KC, not a good sign.

    Wish it was Pittsburgh...Pats would thrash this team at home.
     
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    Re: One and Done: Path to the SB

    I don't know, they have alot of weapons. When I think back to 09, a team with no Welker, No Gronk, and No Hernandez in the playoffs. How did that team even get to the playoffs? Then last year two rookie TE's and Welker clearly struggling from knee surgery only RB option was BJGE. This team is far superior than those two IMO.
     
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    Re: One and Done: Path to the SB

    WHICH Ravens team will we see, if they come to Foxboro?  They are a Jekyll and Hyde team on the road and have played much worse on the road this season.
    The Steelers, the health of Big Ben will play a big part as he gassed the Pats with his mobility last game.
    With a two week layoff, the Pats will be getting back some O-line players and defensive players.. this will be huge and no one is taking this into account.
     
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    In Response to Re: One and Done: Path to the SB:
    [QUOTE]score first and keep scoring
    Posted by sday4x4[/QUOTE]

    This^  is the only way.



     
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    Re: One and Done: Path to the SB

    In Response to Re: One and Done: Path to the SB:
    [QUOTE]WHICH Ravens team will we see, if they come to Foxboro?  They are a Jekyll and Hyde team on the road and have played much worse on the road this season. The Steelers, the health of Big Ben will play a big part as he gassed the Pats with his mobility last game. With a two week layoff, the Pats will be getting back some O-line players and defensive players.. this will be huge and no one is taking this into account.
    Posted by agcsbill[/QUOTE]

    agcs....Agreed and maybe a better secondary with McCourty at FS and Moore at corner
     
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