FOXBOROUGH -- A look at who's up and who's down from the Patriots' 41-7 win over the Broncos:
Up Sammy Morris -- Running back totals 138 yards on 16 carries, playing only in the first half before leaving with a knee injury.
Run-blocking -- Left tackle Matt Light, left guard Logan Mankins, center Dan Koppen, right guard Billy Yates/Stephen Neal, right tackle Mark LeVoir, tight ends Benjamin Watson and David Thomas, fullback Heath Evans, and even the receivers on longer runs pave the way with smash-mouth blocking.
Ball-hawking defense -- Ty Warren, Lewis Sanders and Mike Wright force fumbles that are all recovered by the Patriots, while James Sanders and Brandon Meriweather intercept passes.
Randy Moss/Wes Welker -- Receivers total 11 receptions for 132 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Welker adds 63 yards on 3 punt returns.
Richard Seymour -- Totals 1.5 sacks, one tackle for a loss, and 3 quarterback hits, as the Patriots generated a much-needed pass rush.
Down Quarterback hits -- Matt Cassel is sacked six times and knocked to the turf a total of 11 times, which is a combination of protection breaking down, Cassel holding the ball at times, and receivers not open.
15-yard penalties -- Rodney Harrison (roughing the passer), Vince Wilfork (unneccesary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct), and Jonathan Wilhite (unnecessary roughness) total 60 yards in penalties.