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    Jets are going to run the ball like crazy and try to win the clock control game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    How.
    a couple of things. 1 Must keep that Saints offense off the field- run the ball successfully . 2 Limit your turnovers. 3. can't settle for field goals as you need to score Td's to win. and 4 Due to D Brees height- you want to get pressure up the middle. The BIG boys have to open up the lanes for your LB to blitz behind.( there is no accident they have two top guards blocking for him)

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    The Saints have a good run Defense, I'd like to see creative ways to run the ball and tire that D line out. The Fins showed us what to do against the almighty Bengals. Run, run, run, and then pass, pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJK View Post
    The Saints have a good run Defense, I'd like to see creative ways to run the ball and tire that D line out. The Fins showed us what to do against the almighty Bengals. Run, run, run, and then pass, pass.
    Whatcha talking about Willis. The Saints don't have a good run defense. They give up an average of 4.8 yards per carry. The Saints offense is so good that opposing teams usually have to pass to play catchup and they abandon the run.

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    Watched a NO game last year where they showed in slow motion how the OLine not only protects Brees, but they open up passing lanes to compensate for his height. So a) our Dline should have opportunities to swat down or intercept if they watch for the lanes and b) moving an Olineman where he doesn't want to go will collapse the lanes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadFan View Post
    That's easy! By giving the rock to the guy they thought is no good, buried him on the depth chart, and traded away to the Jets. Feed an angry Chris Ivory. Early and often.


    This

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    1. Get pressure on Brees up the middle. Like Brady, Brees struggles most when you get pressure up the middle and collapse the pocket. It's why they pay their guards big money and go cheap on their tackles. Bring A gap blitzes by Davis and Harris, line Wilk up inside, etc.

    2. Harass and mug Jimmy Graham at the line. Even if it costs us some five yard holding penalties I think you want to throw him out of rhythm and off his game. When he dominates the Saints are unstoppable.

    3. Make them one dimensional. They aren't a good running team, we need to keep them one dimensional -- we need to spy Sproles as quick passes to him constitute their short game.

    4. Pound the ball with Ivory. He may be one dimensional but he's a much more effective runner than Powell. We need to hammer them and control the clock.

    5. Saints are susceptible to the big play. I like some play action shots down the field, combined with a few easier throws to get Geno's confidence up and keep him in a rhythm.

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    Pressure bust pipes

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    Need to score on our first possession and force a 3 and out on their first possession. We can't get behind right off the bat like we did against Cincy. If we fall behind Geno's going to start making mistakes against a good defense and it'll be over real quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billygreen View Post
    By not letting Brees stand back there for 60 seconds without anybody laying a glove on him. Beat the Saints like you beat the Patriots; GET THAT QUARTERBACK ON HIS BACK...
    The way it's done along with all the obvious is to keep Brees of the field, however we don't have the Offense to do just that, not yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Need to score on our first possession and force a 3 and out on their first possession. We can't get behind right off the bat like we did against Cincy. If we fall behind Geno's going to start making mistakes against a good defense and it'll be over real quick.
    We're at home and hopefully we don't get these selective PI against our secondary that happened early in the 1st quarter at Cinci.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    Whatcha talking about Willis. The Saints don't have a good run defense. They give up an average of 4.8 yards per carry. The Saints offense is so good that opposing teams usually have to pass to play catchup and they abandon the run.
    Not according to the talking heads at NFL Network.

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    Have the saints listen to Justin Bieber and Kanye West tonight, they'll be so disgusted with life they
    won't want to play - theyll forfeit.

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    Send Dee Milliner on delayed blitzes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    How.
    we don't. sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intellifan View Post
    Have the saints listen to Justin Bieber and Kanye West tonight, they'll be so disgusted with life they
    won't want to play - theyll forfeit.
    Cant we just joint together as one team to kick the snot out of Bieber. Burn him in effigy only actually burn him instead.

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    Some luck tomorrow wouldn't hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusion View Post
    we probably dont
    but maybe we will, just like the Pats did. Who knows, at least we have home fileld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJK View Post
    but maybe we will, just like the Pats did. Who knows, at least we have home fileld.
    That's it then... with home fi-le-id we can't be beat! Add a little hi didle didle and it's all over

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    The Saints pass D has been very good this year, but their run D is weak. This is the week that we need to establish the run and try to control the pace of the game.

    Brees is more turnover prone than Brady/Manning/Rodgers triumvirate, so if we can get an INT or two (I know, I know) and avoid turnovers of our own, we can put ourselves in position to steal another game.

    We have very little margin for error though, and if we get down by double digits then we're dead. Most of Geno's problems occur when we're down and he's trying to make plays to get us back into the game. The Saints have a defense built to exploit that.

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