Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Fencer, Mar 10, 2007.
Jerome? - Is that Jermaine's Jewish Uncle?
I would disagree. I think Jermaine Wiggins against the Raiders (Snow Bowl) was pretty good
I don't know if you understand Fencer's post...He means the guy with ONE game you could say that was the upper echelon of his career and standout performance by far,otherwise you may not have ever even remembered his name..Right Fencer?
Yea, I understand. I was being a bit facecious by "disagreeing" with him (he said his name was Jerome), and then implying that I think that the only game I remember Jermaine Wiggins for was the Snow Bowl.
Scott Zolak game in the 1999? playoffs.
Scott Secules game in 1993.
I've got to say J.R. Redmond. He personally kept a major portion of the final drive in Superbowl 36 alive through hard work and toughness! :rocker:
Mike Cloud who?
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Great question. Unoriginal got my answer, so what does that make me if I say it again?
Given the chance, I'd switch to Wiggins.
I came here to say this too. Good job thinking like me (?)
How about Heath Evans introductory game against his former team in 2005 ?
17 carries for 84 (4.9 per) and 3 catches for 17 yards.
In that one game, he compiled almost 30% of the yards he would get in the next 27 games.
50% Wiggins / 50% J.R. Redmond
Brooks Barnard-THE true 1-game wonder. Signed before the Miami "snow fireworks" game in Dec '03 after Walter was released. Came on and had 10-11 good punts in really bad conditions, although Brady trumped that with one pooch punt to the 1-yd line.
Pats release Barnard after the game, never to be heard from again.
Bethel Johnson nearly returned two kickoffs against the Colts one game. I'll give it up for BJ.
Anyone remember Jon Vaughn going nuts against the Jets in 1992(I think he had close to 200 yards).
I thought he was the next big thing but he disappeared.
Anyone remember Scott Lockwood?
Good catch on my not even remembering Wiggins' name!
And Redmond was one of my runners-up, but I'm not sure how good he was beyond that one drive. One of the Faulk-like plays in that game was actually made by Faulk, for example, not Redmond.
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Not a postseason game; not enough better than J. Wiggins' post-season game performance, if it indeed was better at all.
But yes; if I'd been making a poll he would have been on the list too.
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