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  1. charter04

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  2. charter04

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    Patriots beat the Bills 29-26
    -This was crazy game. The Pat's were very lucky to win this one. They got down 19-7 in the third and it seemed like there was no way they would win. The only way it was possible was because of holding the Bills to FG instead of TD's. The Bills went for a FG in the third and missed wide right. That opened the door for the Patriots to come storming back. They made it 14-19 after a long Vereen run. The Bills scored again to make it 14-26 but, NE was gaining confidence. Mallett hit his old Arkansas team mate Greg Childs for a long TD pass to make it 21-26. Child's made a great catch on the play and he came up big the whole forth quarter. The Pats held and got the ball back and made a late drive to score a TD, make a 2pt conversion, use a lot of clock, and made the Bills burn some time outs. With a 29-26 lead and under a minute to go the Patriots held to get the important road win.

    The keys going into the game were
    -Giving up FG's instead of TD's
    -Only one Turn over help keep us with in sticking distance.
    -Red zone TD's (We scored TD's every time in the red zone)

    Key players

    1. WR Greg Childs- He had 5 catches for 98 yards and a great TD catch.

    2. TE Rob Gronkowski had 6 catches for 130. He was dinged up for some of the second half but, came back in the forth.

    3. RB Shane Vereen had 12 carries for 89 yards and 2 big TD's. He is really playing well as of late.

    Next up for the Patriots will host the Bengals.
     
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    Jags 12- Titans 35

    This one felt like the Titans of last year. We controlled the line of scrimmage and managed to keep the Jaguars to FGs. It was tough for the Jags to get anything while both of their QBs were injured. Dennis Dixon just couldn't produce in clutch situations.

    Johnson was finally effective after getting bottled up in every game thus far. As for the Titans, our success was based on just spreading the ball around and playing loosy-goosy.

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