One key play made the biggest difference in the game...

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    One key play made the biggest difference in the game...

    ....the Riddley fumble on the Panther 13 yard line.  Granted, there were many plays after that, but, given how the Pats were moving the ball fairly easily against the Panthers, that fumble resulted in a swing of a minimum of 6 points.  If the Pats had gotten at least a FG, and the Panthers did not get their FG, the TD scored by the Panthers towards the end of the game, assuming all is equal, would have made the score 23 - 21 Pats.

    Thems the breaks, huh?

     
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    I Think The It wasnt the only play not stopping Cam Newton on third down attempts was the main problem , with hightower and spikes running in  pedestrian speed , they couldnt even stop the "fridge" .

    the offense punted only once but the defense couldnt get off the field and made cam newton look like joe montana , arrington has to be benched immediately , him cant cover anyone he is a starting CB .

    On Another Note THE OL didnt look sharp enough solder looks lost at at times not picking up blitzez.

     
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    Re: One key play made the biggest difference in the game...

    In response to agcsbill's comment:

    ....the Riddley fumble on the Panther 13 yard line.  Granted, there were many plays after that, but, given how the Pats were moving the ball fairly easily against the Panthers, that fumble resulted in a swing of a minimum of 6 points.  If the Pats had gotten at least a FG, and the Panthers did not get their FG, the TD scored by the Panthers towards the end of the game, assuming all is equal, would have made the score 23 - 21 Pats.

    Thems the breaks, huh?



    But the Pats would have erased that mistake if they have gone for a rushing play instead of Brady throwing the ball away when they had 3rd down and one in the red zone in the third QTR.  Had they ran the ball, and Blout is more likely will get the first down.  Then Brady and his offense would have start all over with three more downs to try to get 7 points instead of 3 points.

    Pats have made so many bonehead plays via defense or offense in the third QTR in all year along especially the game against the Jets!!

     

     
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    Re: One key play made the biggest difference in the game...

    One key play made the biggest difference in the game...

     

     ARRINGTON... 

    EVERY (insert Profanity here) WEEK he blows a big play.

    Get him Gone!

     
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