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    Question for those in the know.

    The Patriot TEs always seem to be running patterns that keep the TE moving all the time. In other offenses (the NY Giants come to mind) the TE often finds a soft spot in the zone and sits there. It it so simplistic and brilliant, a high percentage play that usually ends up with a 5-8 yard gain.
     

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