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Byline: Curt Sylvester
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. _ Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid knows what to expect from the New England Patriots. So does quarterback Donovan McNabb.
And they know if Philadelphia has any chance at an upset Sunday in Super Bowl XXXIX, the Eagles will have to weather a defensive storm put together by two of the NFL's most clever schemers _ coach Bill Belichick and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.
Typically, Belichick and Crennel try to take away their opponent's most dangerous offensive weapon, which means they will focus on McNabb.
The Patriots know McNabb will complete passes. They just don't want to give him the luxury of having time to move around in the pocket, giving his receivers time to get open or him time to scramble for rushing yardage.
McNabb knows what he will be seeing on …