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  1. The Predator

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    My props go out to Jabar Gafney. Excellent play today.
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    seymour, all day today played like the big time player he is
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    I'll go with the obvious one. KING BRADY.
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    someone on the OL :)
  5. PaulNEPats

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    I'd say Wilfork, who dominated on the DL today, as well as the heady play grabbing the loose ball.
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    Patters Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Brady played an outstanding game, but it's true that Wilfork, Gaffney, and Seymour all did some terrific work.
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    We'll eventually mention half the team in this thread, but Asante Samuel should have been given props by now.
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    it is tough to see what he is doing much of the time, but what an awesome day for him.
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    #50 Jersey

    If there is an MVP award, I think its gotta go to either Seymour or Warren. They were the difference makers today.
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    How many MVP threads are we gonna have?

    I'd say the O-line, Gaffney, Faulk, MAroney, coaches, defense, cb's
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    Michael Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Re: How many MVP threads are we gonna have?

    Wilfork / Samuel
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    Re: How many MVP threads are we gonna have?

    As many as it takes.
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    Re: How many MVP threads are we gonna have?

    Tons of people played excellent.

    Offense:

    Oline
    Brady
    Gaffney

    Defense: I'll say the whole defense. They did a very good job.

    And Gostkowski. Theres problably more, everyone played well today.
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    Dan Koppen...There was more than a few plays where he took on 2 players at the same time. Anyone out there with the Tivo check it out...I was in awe of him.
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    I'll second Gaffney as (at least) most surprising guy of this game.

    He just kept being open.

    But as we've said elsewhere that's the beauty of a spread attack... that guy will always surface. Make sure Gaffney is locked down (as if anyone's gonna double this guy every play?) Then Reche or Troy's open (or a TE or a back out of the backfield.)

    This is stating the obvious and is true of any team... but it all goes back to Brady. Once you've got that open guy, he will find him. Not to take it away from Gaffney today, he was open play after play.

    PFnV
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    Gaffney .
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    Logan Maaaaaaankins
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    Both lines played well, Gaffney and Brady.

    The O-line play was and will be key.

    Jaworski said it best during countdown, if Brady is left standing, and not knocked down, we will win the SB.
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    BB...you know he wanted this win and he probably slept in his offense a few nights this week.
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    See, I thought those Giants rumors started because of his sleeping (around) habits this week...

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