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Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis

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Excellent.........very strong...against the Bills

Not many sacks but the pressure was consistent.....They had to double team Freeney and it just opens the door for others.

Mathis was as quick as I've seen him...

I should never have worried about their position changes....

The whole thing about them moving to linebacker is so cosmetic..because they play the rush-end slots they always have on pass downs which is 2/3 of the time.

....a good day defensively

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They might not have the stats because they didn't get the sacks, but they applied solid pressure all game and have been improving all year long

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they did their job today! it doesn't always have to be numbers that shows productivity... just commanding a double team allowing someone else to get pressure or the sack is just as good as gettign a sack or hurry.

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If they can get to the quarterback, it would be a lot better. We'd see a few strip sacks and force some more turnovers.

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If they can get to the quarterback, it would be a lot better. We'd see a few strip sacks and force some more turnovers.

.......all you can get is pressure...especially is they double-team...

The QB can always get rid of the ball...

Today was fine..more than fine

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