Welcome to the Playoffs

Posted: July 1, 2011 in Football
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So tomorrow is the first and only game of the playoffs. Its a rematch of last years semi’s.  The Seahawks are a more improved team than we have seen before which is a good thing because they will walk in the door with more confidence and hence do more things that will allow me to to do better. Confidence makes QB’s stay longer in the pocket and makes the O Line believe they can dominate the line of scrimmage. I love that. Usually after about 5 rushing attempts that run game disappears then I get to pin my ears back and just attack. Well maybe not this week. We are adding something different so that I get a more involved.

Last game they played it smart. Quick passing and screens which pretty much limited my chances to make big plays. It was actually my worst statistical game of the season but when someone game plans against you you need to reinvent what you are doing. Tomorrow I won’t allow them to run away from me this time. I will do what I can to get my face in the mix. Its the play offs of course and that is when the big time players step up.  Not to mention there is one thing to be a dominant player during the regular season but I want to be the most dominant player in the post season. As everyone knows DEFENSE wins championships. Seriously I haven’t been more excited for a game this season than this one. Just because of the different things I will be doing i am interested to see how I handle this. So lets get to predictions.

7 Tackles , 4 TFLs, 1.5 sacks, 1 interception, 1 touchdown, 1 fumble recovery, 2 blocked kicks


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