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    Who has to be tomorrow's MVP? (non-Sanchez)

    Obviously Sanchez's performance will be crucial to us winning the game...

    But outside of him, who do you think will (or will need to) stand out and be the game's MVP or X factor for us to win?

    (Don't pick a whole UNIT like "D-Line". Gimme a name.)



    My knee jerk answer is K. Wilson, but I'm going to say Coples. Our 1st rounder is going to have to have the kind of game we drafted him for. Terrorize and Tackle Big Ben. It's going to be essential that Ben doesn't hang on to the ball for any longer than his drop back.


    I'm all in.

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    Wilson, by far. He gets torched, we lose. He plays like a first-rounder, and, well, I like our chances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Wilson, by far. He gets torched, we lose. He plays like a first-rounder, and, well, I like our chances.
    That's the easy answer, but the Steelers have beaten us with Revis. I think in this instance, pressure might be a bigger determinant than coverage. (which one could say is always true)
    Last edited by Paradis; 09-15-2012 at 05:52 PM.

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    Sanchez and the DL. Without a doubt.

    Stephen Hill; and his stats may not show why he's tomorrow's MVP.

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    Tebow, and I'm not that much a fan of him.

    Think about it, it will create so much running lanes for us. I honestly think we're going to need him to get any kind of yards on the ground.

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    TDUB will do his ting prob N the WC. Beat pitt last yr in playoffs.

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    Shonn Greene. A 25 rush, 125-150 yard game and we'd win. I don't think he's capable of doing that though, just sayin' that he could help us win more than any other individual player (except Sanchez of course).

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    Whoever is the QB spy.

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    Ellis Island needs to have a very good game tomorrow ... Needs to create pressure up the middle and stuff the run.

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    The offensive line.

    I think Rex/Pettine will give Wilson help. Maybe some help over the top.

    We need to be able to run the ball to keep them honest. I am even in the favor of using the short passing game as a version of the run game. Some bubble screens maybe. But the line needs to block b.c the way to beat them is through the air.

    I also hope we have this play in our playbook. Preferably to Hill:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOYDoRVDHDI

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    Calvin Pace.


    If he can get 1 sack, 3 tackles and 4 or 5 pressures he'll be the hero!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenwichjetfan View Post
    Sanchez and the DL. Without a doubt.

    Stephen Hill; and his stats may not show why he's tomorrow's MVP.
    I am with you on Hill. If Hill is a star then it also means that Sanchez and the OL are doing their jobs.

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    If you're telling me Sanchez is a "given", I'm gonna say NO ONE else has to step up. Sanchez has a good game, we win. He doesn't, we don't.

    I don't think any other player is going to go Wayne Hunter on us and play so badly that they will be the reason we lose. Give me adequate from everyone and last week from Sanchez (effectiveness, not numbers) and I'll take that to the bank any day . . .

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    We're all wrong.

    It is Eva Longoria.

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    Austin Howard. If he can keep Mario Williams to one single tackle, I'm confident he'll be just fine against the steelers line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    I am with you on Hill. If Hill is a star then it also means that Sanchez and the OL are doing their jobs.
    Right, if he is a star in the game, then that means Sanchez and the OL did their jobs on those plays, and hopefully it's enough to win us the game.

    But apart from that, if Hill gets a few deep looks early (and can convert on at least half of them), he has a chance to be the reason we won.

    -If Hill gets a few deep looks early, he pulls coverage away from Santonio, allowing him to thrive on the #2 cb, and allowing JK to roam the shallow middle.

    -If Hill gets a few deep looks early, he pulls a safety out of the box, helping the run game and wildcat game.

    -If Hill gets a few deep looks early and achieves the desired result in the run game, we can eat up the clock and allow our D to stay fresh and keep Big Ben on the sidelines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Shonn Greene. A 25 rush, 125-150 yard game and we'd win. I don't think he's capable of doing that though, just sayin' that he could help us win more than any other individual player (except Sanchez of course).

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    Maybin. Was he even out there last week. He needs 2 sacks. One of the strip sack variety deep in their own territory.

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    Tebow 6 plays 110 yards 2 TDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Tebow 6 plays 110 yards 2 TDs.

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