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Who was that Pats CB or Safety who got shook out of their shoes?

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  1. PatsFan2

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    Quite few times last night...that player was in position to make the play and completely whiff....that just cannot happen again!
     
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    Not sure if you're talking about Meriweather but he had a rough night. Dude, can't tackle unless it's another Patriots player.
     
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    Saw Guyton over shoot Kuhn aswell on the chip block route!
     
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    Our team has issues tackling large white rbs see Hillis and kuhn
     
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    Ninko had a pretty good game, but he was the guy who got caught flat footed on one of the last TDs.
     
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    You need to be a little more specific, situations and such. There was lots of poor tackling out there.
     
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    Kuhn's jumping started to p!ss me off. I was hoping someone (Mayo, Chung) was going to see him coming and knock his azz backwards out of the air.
     
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    I think he's had a bad week between the stuff I read where he was being singled out in practice for being late to meetings and then the boneheaded move where he fell into McCourty on the 1st TD. If it wasn't for Tully's penalty he would've been the hero for the INT.
     
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    I was waiting for that to happen, at least a fumble should've come out of all that jumping around.
     
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    Stinkovich can't tackle worth a tinker's dam.....:eek:
     
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    You are talking about Arrington but the blame on that play goes to Nink. Open tackles are not very easy.
     
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    Right. That's why he one of the best football players in the world playing for one of the best coaches ever, on a championship caliber team.
     
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