Insider Only James Harrison shines late, Patriots advance to SB LII

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The New England Patriots are headed back to the Super Bowl and James Harrison showed he can still play.

New England always finds a way and they did again with a 4th quarter comeback in rallying past the Jaguars for a 24-20 win in the AFC Title Game.

New England trailed by 10 in the 4th quarter but in typical New England fashion, the Patriots would outscore the Jaguars 14-0 in the final nine minutes of the game to secure a trip to Super Bowl LII.

The Steelers couldn’t find time for James Harrison to even get 5 snaps a game.

When the Patriots needed stops, all Harrison did today was go out and provide 3 QB pressures in the 4th quarter and a sack at the 2-minute warning to force a 3rd and 19 for the Jaguars and eventual turn over on downs.

The Steelers could have used a part time player last week get to the QB.

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William DePaoli

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William DePaoli is the President/Founder of Inside Pittsburgh Sports LLC and can be reached at wdepaoli@insidepittsburghsports.com