WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?

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    WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?

    law firm, mccourty, tate, brady, o-line

    gotta give mine to the law firm, 2td 100+ yrds rushing, o line didnt allow a sack and opened some nice holes, mccourty was shut down again had a int could of had 2, tate 100+ and a td, brady made some great clutch plays as usuall no ints. but in the end, gotta give it to the law firm!!!
     
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    Law Firm, NOBODY realized he was that capable!
     
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    Re: WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?

    Everybody.  This is like the Pats from 2001 where everyone seems to step up and make a play when it's needed.  It's almost easier to ask who didn't make a play than who did. 

    The DL and LBs were great today.  Mayo, Spikes, Nink all made nice plays. Wilfork, Pryor, Brace all showed up. McCourty was fabulous (though the safeties seemed a little weak.)

    On offense, Tate, Woodhead, BJGE, Branch (with a key play when we needed one), Welker, Crumpler (for his blocking).  O-line still had some problems in pass protection and Brady wasn't his absolute best, but despite some struggles the offense put it together when it was needed. BJGE and Woodhead at the end of the game really deserve a lot of credit along with their blockers.



     
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    To me, the play of the game was made by Ninkovic when he made an open field tackle on Shiancoe on that key third down. Minny punted, and the Pats went on a big drive and scored a TD.

    Despite that, Ellis had an incredible second half against a run defense that has supposedly been one of the best the past few years. Credit the tight ends and offensive line, but Ellis is doing what Maroney couldnt, and thats hitting the hole hard when it appears.
     
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    Team:  OFF, DEF, and Special Teams
     
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    Re: WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?

    woodhead
     
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    McCourty's strip/interception of a completed pass to Harvin. Reminded me of the playoff game against the Colts(Patriots 20 Colts 3) when Bruschi tore the ball out of Wayne's hands.
     
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    Re: WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?

    Offense - Law Firm TB, Brandon T, Matt Light

    Defence- Devin McC, Kyle Arrington

    Lots of others. This was a real team effort!
     
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    O-line.....Law Firm is just a guy
     
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    In Response to Re: WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?:
    [QUOTE]woodhead
    Posted by Soxpatsfan08[/QUOTE]

    +1....the 3rd down play was huge.
     
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    Law Firm. when was the last time you guys can recall a running back being able to kill gthe clock for the Pats midway through the 4th? Id have to say that hasnt hapened since Clock Killing Corey Dillon
     
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    Law Firm.  BJGE is not just a guy but krismk is.
     
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    Re: WHO GETS YOUR GAME BALL?

    Zoltan Mesko, this was a tough day for punting and he did a great job
     

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