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Rodney Harrison on Football Night in America basically said - If Tom Brady struggles against pressure, going outside the pocket and feels uncomfortable in that situation, why did the Atlanta Falcons just rush 4 and give him all day to throw? I don't get the gameplan. In which Keith Olbermann responded, you mean do what the Jets did and they were so effective? Rodney Harrison - exactly.

I agree with the former Patriot 100%.

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Rodney Harrison on Football Night in America basically said - If Tom Brady struggles against pressure, going outside the pocket and feels uncomfortable in that situation, why did the Atlanta Falcons just rush 4 and give him all day to throw? I don't get the gameplan. In which Keith Olbermann responded, you mean do what the Jets did and they were so effective? Rodney Harrison - exactly.

I agree with the former Patriot 100%.

Probably because our personnel doesn't stack up the same as the jets.. We can't leave our corners on an island...Yes I know leaving brady back there to pick us a part didn't work either. All around ****** day for the birds, We'll get back on our winning ways though.

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The coaching staff has no faith in our db's and I see why. But there comes a point when you're gonna have to have faith in your team, say eff it and go for the jugular. You have nothing to lose..

I was talking to a friend of mine after the game. I drew this analogy.....If you're going to die, would you rather die lying down from a thousand little cuts or be blown to pieces charging your opponent?

I'll take the second one please.

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Last I checked the Jets have Revis who is a ton better than all our CB's put together so...They can blitz wild w/o having to worry about coverage.

So would you not take the risk when you're going to lose by not pressuring anyways? Getting pressure in a QB's face sometimes masks the deficiencies in the DB's. Giving Brady all day to throw and not blitzing is exactly what he wants. Overloading a side, blitzing is what he doesn't want.

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