If the PATS get up by 10 or 14 points, Sanchez will be forced to throw, and I don't think our OL can handle their rush on every down. We'll end up getting trounced.
If we keep it close and have the flexibility to mix it up, I think we can pull one out.
The Pats DBs & Safeties are not good enough to jam the Jets WRs at the line of scrimmage.
Hill is HUGE compared to them/Schillens also.
Cumberland should abuse these safeties if BB takes Keller away.
Sparano can NOT BE AFRAID to attack them!
Sanchez also needs to make some plays with his legs on 3rd down!
Last year Pats played 8/9 guys on LOS
I don't think they can do that this year with Kerley/Hill/Schillens/Keller
Remember we had Plaxislow Burress last year & that made it EASY for the Pats secondary.
Pete Carroll knew that you have to go after them, also could get some easy PIs.
Hill & Schillens could have a coming out party vs these midgets.
Other than McCourty, they are SMALL!
Seriously?Key to the game: Don't get down by more than 7
Is this like John Madden once saying (on air) that the key to winning is to score more points that your opposition?
No TurnerOvers and force Field Goals. Then Jets have a chance.
Last edited by bman; 10-18-2012 at 02:52 PM.
Is there a game where it is key to get down by more then 7?
Analysts always say that a Bill Belichick defense "takes away what you do best" and forces you to beat them another way.
Thankfully, there's nothing we really do well at all on offense, so Billy Boy is probably scratching his head right now.
Any offense worth anything would pass deep on them all day (given their awful secondary, particularly their terrible safety play) but that's not an issue against us because our passing game is dreadful.
We also have to make sure we don't turn the ball over...and score more point than them.