Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by danam404, Sep 21, 2010.
It Is What It Is The most complete series of Kevin Faulk highlights ever assembled
The guy who made that video is a member of this forum
Yeah, I saw that on Youtube a while back. The guy is an amazing player. Very underrated.
I miss him already!
As much as Welker is called our 'dependable player' I believe he just barely scratches the surface of what Faulk did for this franchise. Great player, great team member. If this is indeed his last season (likely it is) hopefully the team can go out and win a few more games than they otherwise would for him.
Great vid! Thanks.
Thank you for posting that and thank you whoever created that. Kevin will be sorely missed.
Get better soon!!
The pass to Brady reminds me how creative our offense used to be. Faulk reminds me how many great players we used to have. We were fortunate to root for them.
Kevin is perhaps my all-time all-round favorite Patriot. So clutch you're surprised when he doesn't get a crucial 1st down. Best hands on the team in the last decade except maybe Moss and Brown. Developed into an utterly fearless pass blocker who always knows what he needs to do. One of those guys on those dynasty teams that refused to lose. Great, great player. I've always dreaded the day he would hang them up. I fear we may have seen the last of him.
Willie, Troy, Rodney, Tedy, and now Kevin. The heart of a dynasty. Damn, those were players!
hopefully pats can get him one more ring, since troy's number wasn't retired I can assume Faulk's won't be then. Faulk hasn't said anything on coming back or retiring yet? I think he only tore ACL and not MCL if that makes recovery not too long.
looking at that vid i just cant help but think that there are some runningbacks that an OL just loves to block for...and its evident from this video taht faulk was one of these guys
now if only we can get another rb that the OL would go all out for
Great stuff from Kevin, he never quits, and he lays out his body.
And yes, I can't remember the last time the Patriots tried a trick play, but that maybe more a sign of my deteriorating brain.
What a playmaker. So clutch.
People thought he might be like his brother, he never was a starter, but he became a solid, professional spanning a decade.
I would like to know if he will ever play again.
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