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CINCINNATI — Bengals defensive end Wallace Gilberry was called for roughing the passer in the final minute of Sunday’s game, giving the Patriots 15 yards as they drove down the field for a potential tying touchdown.
It was at that moment that Gilberry knew he was in Tom Brady’s head.
“He looked at me and winked at me,” Gilberry said not long after the Bengals’ 13-6 win. “So when you got them doing that, you know they’re focusing on where you’re at at all times, instead of where the receivers are. That’s a good thing.”
Brady had a pretty good idea where Gilberry and his defensive linemates were all day — on top of Brady.