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Patriots Vs Seahawks: Keys To The Game


Tomorrow at 6:30 pm ET the Patriots will play the Seahawks and within 3 hours of the game starting we will find out who the 2014-2015 Super Bowl Champions will be.

Here are the keys to a New England win:

1. Protect Tom Brady: I’m not sure if there was ever a week where this wasn’t one of the keys to the game for the Patriots. They have to protect Tom Brady, sometimes they do good and sometimes they do bad, just hope tomorrow is one of the better performances. This playoff season, they have been outstanding and if they continue that tomorrow, Brady should be able to score some Pats touchdowns. It won’t be easy, but if he has time he has a good shot of finding someone open. This is a must and this is the most important key to the game.

2. Stop the Run: They have to stop the run tomorrow and that is without a doubt the most important key on defense. They do that and they will win the game. They have to contain and stop the big, bad, beast mode MarShawn Lynch. They also have to keep Russell Wilson from beating them with his legs. Wilson can run and keep plays alive and he’s really dangerous throwing on the run. That’s the biggest key with Wilson, keep him in the pocket and don’t let him throw it on the run. That’s it, stop Lynch first and keep Wilson from the big run plays and throws on the run.

3. Stop the Deep Passes: The Seahawks love to go deep and they go deep a lot throughout a game. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t so New England can’t get beat deep. They have to keep Baldwin under control and Kearse, especially Kearse deep and the tight end Luke Wilson. They lock those three down and let none of them get behind the defense, they will do fine on defense.


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