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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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    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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    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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    ...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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    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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    Ok, then why didn't he do it in the 5 warmer games the Pats have played so far?
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    Faulk seemed pretty valuable to me.
    Don't know what his numbers were.
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    It was not only the temperature; the air molecules around the Meadowlands have a high sewage content whichs adds to the aerodynamic lift.

    Or maybe it was Flubber
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    Great picks. It was a team victory. Honorable game balls to those not named include Welker, Mankins, Mayo, , Meriweather, Tedy and Thomas .

    And let's not forget the QB, who under great pressure in his first start in 8 years, played a solid game. Remember how many on this board insisted that he be cut? With experience and growing confidence, he'll only get better
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    I'm just trying to explain why we don't see it in December/January, not why he isn't doing it in August/September. :)

    :rofl: :rofl:
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    cassel . Didnt do anything stupid and completed all the passes he needed to. Especially after watching tavaris jackson earlier cassel clearly made the most +ve impact since it was the big unknown.
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    Humidity needs to be taken into account also. Humid air is thicker with more molecules leading to more resistance. Hot and dry is not common in New England, but that was probably the conditions at Giants Stadium.
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    I'd agree with that. He did his job pretty well in his first NFL start.
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    Check out the starting point for each team's drives:
    Pats: NE21, NYJ48, NE27, NYJ48; NE21, NYJ31, NYJ39, NE20, NYJ47
    Jets: NYJ20, NYJ20, NYJ20, NYJ20, NYJ25; NYJ23, NYJ20, NYJ20, NYJ20

    The Pats average start was at the 42; the Jets on their 21.

    I think this was a big key to the win, so I'd say it should be a defensive player (Seymour) with a special teams player (Gostkowski) as runner-up.
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    Cassel for me.

    "What will the pats do without Brady"
    The same as any other NFL team where their starter goes down for the season bring in the back up that knows the plays and get him to do his job maybe not as well as the starter thats why he isn't the starter but he's there for a reason!

    "Your beloved pats will loose to Farve tonight without brady"
    Really the jets sucked without Farve and with him what happens if he gets injured jets fans?

    "You guys are screwed now without a qb"
    We have a qb who our coaches trust.

    "He hasn't started in years"
    Doesn't mean he has played tho and thats what counts arron rodger had never started a game in a few years no one seemed worried then.

    Thats why it's cassel for me he defied what everyone was saying about him.
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