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Monday, October 01, 2007

Pats / Bengals at the half: 17-7 Patriots

Half-time in the Pats / Bengals game.

What can I say so far? Great job by the Patriots. The Bengals have gotten pressure on Tom Brady at times but the Pats have answered that problem with Sammy Morris and the run game. The first half offense featured some great throws by Brady but what really has stood out has been Sammy Morris and the Offensive Line, pounding the ball, chewing up yards and running the clock.

Randy Moss continues to amaze me. His TD catch to put the Pats up 17 - 7 was simply incredible. This is something above and beyond, what we are seeing with Moss on this team. Moss is sooo goddamn good.. It's just amazing to watch this guy! I know I'm gushing, but I fully have a manly-man crush on Randy Moss. I love that he is a Patriot. The fucking balls dude.

The Bengals are not folding in this game by any means. They are hanging tough with the Pats but just when it looked like the Bengals were going to cut the score to 17-14, Pats CB Asante Samuel stepped in front of a pass intended for Chad Johnson to end the scoring chance. Nice job to Asante Samuel. Earning that money baby. Hey, that's what you're there for. No problem, keep it up. Awesome.

2nd Half time...



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