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7 Things for Saturday: Part III

By TOM

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Freezing-Ass Weather.

By TOM

5. Pats D Vs Titans O- First, they have to stop Mariota from running and throwing on the run. "[Mariota's] an extremely athletic guy, so there is a huge factor of mobility with him," Patricia said. "He's a very strong-armed quarterback. He can extend plays. He can scramble to run, or he can get out of trouble and then find his receivers downfield. He also has a run element to him and the run game is very extensive." Mariota can really hurt the Pats on the ground.

But he is at his best when he can play action after successful runs from Henry. "Coach Mularkey and Coach Robiskie do a good job of really scheming up the run plays with different formations, different looks and motion," Patricia said. "When you have a quarterback threat that's also part of the run game, along with Henry and [DeMarco] Murray, who are both very talented players, it's kind of a triple threat that you've got to defend. So I think the task at hand with him is not only going to be in the passing game, and contain and being able to defend the routes that they're running, and how they scheme that up.

"But there will be a big element to the run game with him and tackling is going to be critical. He's a very tough guy. This guy is a physically tough player. You definitely see that on film. You see some evidence of him throwing blocks, obviously, if he has to do that, too. So, just an overall really competitive, very good, outstanding football player we've got to defend." Mariota showed he was a 2nd Half QB last week, if they let him run free it is going to be a long day.

He has not been a consistent thrower yet, but if he gets hot he has some terrific weapons. "I think they do a really good job understanding how competitive the teams are we play each week, Tennessee being the one that's up right [there] now, and understanding that we've got to dive in and study and learn the different players and their positions: the quarterback position, the running back position," Patricia said. "[And] the skill players: Matthews, Decker, [and] Davis. Those guys that are out there. And understand how they get lined up, along with the tight ends." Those are three excellent weapons for Mariota, and it was the rookie Corey Davis who was his best weapon last week.

But his favorite target all season was Walker. "They do a great job with the tight end position in this offense. So there's so much to learn every week on top of really studying your opponent, making sure that you know how they attack a defense and how they get lined up and where they put themselves in position to make plays," Patricia said. "And then on top of that trying to study the game plan. So, it's a week process that just takes time as we go through the week and to really kind of be in that routine of focusing each day on whatever the point of emphasis is for that day. I think when you get in those sort of routines, then that's what we're trying to do to build towards the end of the week to play to the best of our ability here, which will be Saturday night for us this week." They want to run-run-run to wear the defense down in the 1st Half, like the Pats, and then take over in the 2nd Half, like they did against KC.

6. Pats O Vs Titans D– The Titans D is as physical and tough as any defense they have faced. They kicked the crap out of KC's Offense in the 2nd Half last week. It was really impressive. In a cold weather game that really favors the defense. Except of course against Brady, who is all but undefeated in freezing-ass weather.

They are a well-balanced defense on every level. "They're good. They're good at all levels. They've got veteran players at all levels," Brady said. "They take advantage of bad football. They've got a lot of interceptions in the secondary. They rush. They cover well. I think it's a good group. They've got a great coordinator. He's been coaching a long time, so they'll be prepared for us. Ultimately, it's got to just be about us trying to go out there and trying to execute against a team that's already won a playoff game." I could not have been more impressed with their D last week, after they settled down in the 2nd quarter.

Their defense is going to be especially effective in the artic wind slashing through New England right now, like a froze machete. "Titans have got a good defense, a very, very good defense. They don't do a lot of things to beat themselves. They're one of the fewest penalized teams. They create a lot of turnovers, sacks, and also I think they're the best run defense in the AFC right now, haven't given up many long runs," Andrews said. "So, they're playing very good football right now. It's definitely going to be a challenge. Like I said, they do a good job of getting to the quarterback, stopping the run, and that's really kind of what you ask out of your front line guys. So, they do a good job with the blitz schemes, all those things, so it's going to be a challenge, but every week is." That is what I saw last week.

7. Pats Win- Pats win. I think the weather tonight is going to debilitate the warm weather team. I just took my damn dog on a walk to go pee-pee pop-poo, and I almost froze my face off in that friggin' artic wind. And I have been walking in that frozen wind for a month.

This game is really going to come down to the Pats home field advantage. "I think it's going to be about how we play and not necessarily where we're playing," Brady said. "We've actually, probably, played better on the road at times this year than at home. I think crowd plays a factor into the games with the communication and hopefully we can take advantage of that. We've done a good job playing at home. We're out to do a great job this week against a very good team in the biggest game of the year." It is just too much for the Titans to overcome.

 

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