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Old 12-03-2012   #15
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Default Re: Bring on New England

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post
That's why we need the OL & our RBs to step it up next week. We can't just win the T.O.P. we've got to dominate the T.O.P. If we can limit the Bradys to 3 or 4 possessions per half, get two or three stops.... we should win.

What we can't do is get into a shootout. down by 20 in the first half, run the ball. Down by 14 in the 3rd, run the ball. Keep it out of the hands of Tom Brady.
Yep, I would like to see NE's O on sidelines much as possible. I do not want Brady bringing his A game to us. Establish running game early and worn out NE's D with our RB trios by keep rotating for a fresh pair of legs. Our OL need to stay strong and no stupid fouls please. Perhaps, an occasional short to mid range pass to keep NE's D off balance and a few long and safe pass to surprise them(If no chance to complete, just throw it away long where no one able to catch). But, basically run first O.

Go Texans!!!
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