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Call him a game-breaker

Play of Pollard (TD, INT) hurts Patriots again

By Joe Sullivan
Globe Staff / January 4, 2010

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HOUSTON - Bernard Pollard doesn’t care if all of New England hates him. Pollard is the player who dived at Tom Brady’s knee, shredding the quarterback’s ligaments and ending his 2008 season before the first game was complete. Pollard tormented the Patriots again yesterday, recovering a fumble for a touchdown, and intercepting a Brady pass that set up the winning ... (Full article: 706 words)

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