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  1. bostonia3333

    bostonia3333 Rookie

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    My MVP was Gostkowski. He was ridiculous with his kickoffs and was right down the middle with 4 of his FGs. We needed him more than anything yesterday and he came through BIG time. All of a sudden, Gostkowski's job will be under the microscope now that close games are gonna be there throughout the year. Yesterday was an incredible performance by Gost
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  2. KY Pats Fan

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    I agree that Gost is the MVP. With the jets having a very good return game, those touchbacks are invaluable.
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    Jordan for me was 1A with Gostkowski being 1.
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    The Dline

    specifically Seymour. Playing like a man possessed. Has anyone noticed he doenst have as big of a gut this year?
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    How come he doesn't kick it to the back of the endzone every game? Seems like he could do it with ease.
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    Gostkowski and Jordan were both very good, and quite frankly the play that I love re-watching.. is the 4th quarter sack of Farve& Washington by Adalius. Take em' down!!
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    Warmer air is less dense than cold air, so there's less air resistance. Also, as the temperature gets colder, the ball becomes more and more like a brick, meaning that there's less efficient transfer of energy from his leg to the ball.
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    Gost is da man!!
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    Gost and Seymour
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    ...I'm going a different route with this...

    the Jesters' punters. His ****ty kicks kept the Pats in good field position.
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    Gost; not close for me. I understand kicking like that in Denver, but in New Jersey?
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    uggh now my brain hurts

    I say Seymour, Wilfork, Warren
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    This game to me was a defensive battle with two heavyweights slugging it out especially in the first half and where field position and forcing turnovers were critical in securing a win. I can think of no single player who single-handedly influenced the field position battle like Gost. So yes, my vote also goes to the idiot kicker. He was great yesterday.
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    The whole D is #1 for me with Faulk, Ghost, and Jordan in that order.
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    Disable Jersey

    Mr Ellis Hobbs
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    Coach Bill Belichick. He was a Chess Master yesterday playing against a checker player
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    Ok, then why didn't he do it in the 5 warmer games the Pats have played so far?
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    LOL:D

    10chachas
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    Faulk seemed pretty valuable to me.
    Don't know what his numbers were.
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    #12 Jersey

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