Well as a Jags fan, Letfwich comming back so raw from injuries arguably has me worried. Garrard wasn't spectacular but he managed games well and was able to pick up first downs with his feet- something that Byron cannot do well. But I do trust the coaching staff- they realize its a big game and may try to rush Leftwich but I sure as hell know that if he isnt playing well come gametime, they will feel confident in their backup's ability. Both secondaries are banged up and hence, I suspect both teams will try to capitalize on that. Recievers to me seem like a wash- both have burners (matt jones, tim dwight) and reggie williams finally showed signs of life last week. Both teams have excellent QB's who have the ability to get their recievers the ball. The running game is where I think Jacksonville has the edge; simply because of its multi-faceted nature. With Taylor, you have the back that can slip through holes, with Jones you have the power back (despite his woes at the goal line) and with Pearman, who has recently stepped up, you have a pass catching back with excellent moves and speed. For the Pats, Dillon is as good as RB's come but aside from him, no other NE backs are showing signs of life save Heath Evans who has shown his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield and bruise his way downfield. The offensive line, however, is where the Jags win/lose their game. The stats are decieving as they allowed three sacks the last two weeks without the anchor of their line in G Chris Naeole. However, the two question marks on their line (Mo Williams and Vince Manuwai) have played exceptionally and when they are all on the field next week and on the same page, they can really open up the running game and force the DB's to play shallow.