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The final hour of the Saturday Mustard & Johnson show as the guys discuss the year in Bill Belichick decision making.
In hour one, Craig Mustard & Larry Johnson look back to last week's Patriots-Jets game and the controversial finish in OT.
away from at times. Take the 25-yard completion to Eric Decker early on. It looked like the Pats were in a Cover-3 ..... Malcolm Butler covering the deep third of the field and Decker got free in front of him. Maybe that’s an example of them missing Devin
One player who has drawn our eye is Denver wide receiver Eric Decker , who had a career-best 87 catches for 1,288 receiving ..... will likely be on the market when free agency opens. If Decker isn’t your speed, how about cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
more of a consistent threat. There’s also the possibility of the free-agent market -- veterans Anquan Boldin and Eric Decker could also be available, and both would seem to be good fits in New England. The Patriots could also renew their pursuit
rid of the ball quicker than he would have liked. As a result, he ended up almost dumping it off to Eric Decker . Only problem was, Decker didn’t look like he was completely ready for it, and Ryan jumped in front of the ball
Talib-Demaryius Thomas should be a good one. While it remains to be seen how the Patriots will try and match up with Wes Wellker, Eric Decker and Julius Thomas (again, much of it depends on who is healthy and who isn’t), there will be some terrific individual
for getting teams up for meaningless games and he’ ll be doing all he can to slow down the red-hot Jets. Still, Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall are playing at a very high level right now and the Jets have everything to play for. If you need
Eric Decker scores the game winning touchdown in overtime against the Patriots Sunday. (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images) Bill Belichick has
them the game, as the Jets scored a touchdown on the first drive of the overtime period when Ryan Fitzpatrick found Eric Decker in the end zone for a five-yard touchdown. After the game, Marshall and his former coach in Denver and current Patriots
days in the secondary over the course of their careers. That’s why Harmon was the first one to comfort Ryan after Eric Decker caught the game-winning touchdown in overtime to hand the Jets a 26-20 overtime win. Harmon and Ryan were assigned
in regulation. But a controversial decision to allow the Jets first possession in overtime burned the Patriots when Eric Decker caught a 6-yard touchdown pass just 2:37 into overtime to end the game. DraftKings has your shot to play for FREE