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Week 4 player of the week: Jarvis Green!

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  1. PatsFan4eva

    PatsFan4eva Rookie

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    Finally the NFL has a Patriot as a Player of the week!

    Pats' Jarvis Green, along with Texans Andre Johnson and Browns' Josh Cribbs were named the AFC players of week 4!

    p.s. Laurence Maroney was a nominee!
     
  2. Kdo5

    Kdo5 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Wow, congrats Jarvis :)
     
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    Bella*chick Addicted to the light

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    Way to go, Jarvis!!!
     
  4. Pat_Nasty

    Pat_Nasty Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Although it's nice to see a Pats player's efforts rewarded, I think a little much is being made of Green's 3 sack day.

    He's a good player, and a key contributor, but he's not an elite one, and I don't look forward to the flood of posts on this forum criticising our coaching staff for not having him on the field more whenever we use mostly 3-4.

    Getting 3 sacks in a game is nice, but it's important to remember that these statistical achievments come as part of a combined defensive effort. BB himself pointed this out, according to Mike Reiss, who wrote in http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2006/10/04/hobbs_broke_wrist_vs_denver/]today's Patriots Notebook:

     
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    Yes Green's performance was aided added by other layers on the team, but the same can be said for every payer who won. Football is a team game and nobody does anything by themself. But that doesn't mean their performances weren't still great. And because this applies to every player you can't single out Green with that reality.
     
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    FirstAndGoal Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Give the guy a break. He came in, stepped up, and kicked ass. What's next, take the game ball away from Dillon?:rolleyes:
     
  7. SamBam39

    SamBam39 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    heh heh - can't we just be happy for jarvis?

    these awards are so arbitrary anyway - it's just a nice achievement - that's all.

    who cares about all the specific details?

    maroney could've easily won't as well.

    kinda funny they names so many :)
     
  8. italian pat patriot

    italian pat patriot In the Starting Line-Up

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    bravo Jarvis Green ! compliments ! what a game he had @ Cincy

    very well done
     
  9. LasVegasPatsFan

    LasVegasPatsFan On the Game Day Roster

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    Sure Green had 3 sacks with the help of his teammates but he still had 3 sacks. He deserves his 15 minute of fame. Why not? He never gets to start the hole game so only playing part of the game and having a day that he had says alot. Not to many subed players can do what he did. I would like to see him play alot more. Goes to show that BB and Co. sure know how to pick their groceries.
     
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    Pat_Nasty Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    I'm really happy for Jarvis, and I recognize that he had a great game, especially for a guy who doesn't see the field as much as I'm sure he'd like.

    I'm just not looking forward to the overreaction where people start acting like this is something we should expect every week from him, and ***** about how we should have played more 4-3 to get Green on the field if we have a disappointing defensive performance.
     
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    kptmorgan04 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    geez, can a guy not get any credit for anything. is it to much for some people to say good job, congrats and leave it at that. we all should obviously know that its not just him dominating the line of scrimage but a team effort.
    CONGRATS JARVIS!!!
     
  12. RayClay

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    There's no doubt, Jarvis has closed out some big games. If you don't believe me, ask Peyton.:D
     
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    edgecy Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Hey Jarvis, this fan right here will never downplay your three sacks against Carson. Let's add to Daunte's sack total this weekend, eh!
     
  14. PATRIOT64

    PATRIOT64 In the Starting Line-Up

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    I think anytime you dominate a team like that,Especailly a good team you should have some players up for POTW - As I have said before Jarvis is one of the best backup defensive ends in the entire NFL and has been for sometime,Its a wonder no other team had tried to take him from us with a trade offer ect: and glad no one has yet.
     

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