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New England Patriots Links 10/14/13 - Greatness in The Clutch

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New England Patriots Daily News and Links for 10/14/13

Chandler Jones sings sweet lullabies to Drew Brees as he puts him to bed
Chandler Jones sings sweet lullabies to Drew Brees as he puts him to bed
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  • Ron Borges writes that Tom Brady delivers at times when the greats are separated from everybody else.
  • Mike Reiss shares his initial thoughts thoughts on the Patriots' 30-27 victory over the Saints and what it means.
  • Jeff Howe highlights Tom Brady guiding a late comeback to beat the Saints.
  • Christopher Price tells us what we learned Sunday: The defense is for real.
  • Tom E. Curran says that when the bombs do fall, the only things left will be the roaches, the grasshoppers and the New England Patriots. Can't kill 'em.
  • Mike Petraglia says Kenbrell Thompkins knew the Patriots 'were going to get another chance.'
  • Mark Farinella reports last night's uplifting victory came at a high cost.
  • Field Yates details how the Pats' defense succeeded in shutting down Jimmy Graham.
  • Field Yates provides us with the latest injuries update.
  • Christopher Price tells us what went right and what went wrong in Sunday's win.
  • Mike Reiss gives us his Ups and Downs for the Patriots. Up: Tom Brady to Kenbrell Thompkins.Ya think?
  • Mark Farinella picks his Hots & Nots from Sunday's impressive win.
  • The Herald staff posts their Best & Worst of yesterday's game. How 'bout that Tom Brady 11-yard scramble for a 1st down?
  • Field Yates reports Danny Amendola left the game with a head injury.
  • Tom E. Curran revisits his pre-game preview, with what actually happened.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Talib, Amendola, Mayo and Connolly left the game with injuries yesterday; Austin Collie jumped Josh Boyce in the WR depth chart, as Boyce was a healthy scratch; Collie worked with WR coach Chad O'Shea every day for 2+ hours extra after practice to get up to speed; Julian Edelman took the heat for that almost disastrous mistake returning a first-quarter punt; Chandler Jones opted for the Pee Wee Herman sack dance for 'good luck' after sacking Drew Brees.

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