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oldunclemark

Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Its turned into Tom-TV

pretty much.

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Jax seems to be sitting back in a 2-deep zone...Brady eats that up

Especially with no pressure. 

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Just now, MB-ColtsFan said:

D playing WAAAAYYY too soft. Almost like a prevent.

This sucks.

Exactly..what are the 2 safeties doing in  the end zone on a 'red zone' play...20-17 now

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If Bortles doesn't get a FG out of this I don't think Jax can survive.  D is playing not to lose.

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Why the # does everyone go super conservative when leading the pats just play you game don't change when you have the lead it's why EVERYONE loses 

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Obviously i hope the pats lose but i like the play calling from McDaniels. Even if they lose i am still impressed. 

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NE only gives you so many chances to beat them...you have to get off the field. This is feeling like SB all over.

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1 minute ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

If Bortles doesn't get a FG out of this I don't think Jax can survive.  D is playing not to lose.

You're right..Oddly enough..Bortles has to win the game for them now

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

jags just need to play press coverage forget about getting beat deep

Exactly..Brady;s not trying to beat them deep he's just taking 10 at a time

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I must admit Romo is saying something I like

 

"Run your best 3rd down play on second down"    You get softer coverage and less rush

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