Found June 22, 2013 on One Jet At A Time:
Jets got to Brady early and often in '09 victory. [The Star-Ledger] Coming to OJT today is a look at pass rush in the National Football League from our friend Arden Franklyn, Jr., of Arden Sports Talk. Check out the show for everything from NBA to NFL and everything in-between. As we all know, these are changing times in the NFL. The players get stronger and faster, coaches create new schemes, and rule changes are the topic of discussion at the owners' meeting. As usual with each season, both the fans and the media like to discuss different ways to win in today’s NFL. For the last few years, we have heard from all sides of the spectrum. Some feel the best way to win is to have a good quarterback. Others believe in having a strong running game. A few out there still live by the quote “Defense wins championships." But what about a strong pass rush? Is that needed to win in the NFL today? Personally, I think so. Fact of the matter is that the NFL is turning int...
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