Pats don't want to face the Jags in the postseason
The Jags will upset the Pats if they play in the postseason because the Pats' defense is overrated, writes Jeremy Green.
Originally Published: December 19, 2007By Jeremy Green
There are a couple of things I am pretty sure about as the 2007 playoffs approach: the New England Patriots are going to finish the regular season at 16-0 and the Jacksonville Jaguars will beat them if they play in the Divisional round of the playoffs.
Last week I wrote a blog about how the Vikings could go to the Super Bowl. I said could. Now I am going to tell you why the Jaguars would beat the Patriots in the postseason. The Jaguars are motivated, this team is built for the cold weather, the Patriots defense is overrated and Jaguars QB David Garrard is underrated. Simply put, the Patriots should be worried.
Fernando Medina/US PresswireDavid Garrard has thrown a league-low two interceptions.
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