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In hour one of the show, Craig Mustard and Larry Johnson discuss the news that David Ortiz plans to retire after the 2016 season. Larry is skeptical that Ortiz will follow through, and does not think he should retire yet.
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss all aspects of the Pats win over the Giants.
3rd-and-13 in overtime, just a great, great throw -- and were it not for a terrific defensive play by Sterling Moore on Lee Evans he very likely would have done it last year in the AFC Title Game at Gillette. Matt Schaub was never going to beat Tom
They've won five straight games. The Patriots have only won ten straight. The Patriots were lucky to get here. Lee Evans dropped that pass that Sterling Moore ferociously ripped out of his hands, which was pure luck. Kyle Williams letting
the Ravens were a muddled mess. Coach John Harbaugh was seen shoving an assistant on the sidelines, and wide receiver Lee Evans dropped what would have been a late touchdown pass (with some help from Patriots’ defensive back Sterling Moore). And
Devin McCourty has been asked to covered Cincinnati’s Terrell Owens , New York’s Jerricho Cotchery and Buffalo’s Lee Evans . Heady stuff for any corner, let alone a rookie, but the Rutgers product has acquitted himself nicely. According
Union. The rookie did a more than respectable job on Lee Evans , limiting the receiver to five catches for 54 yards ..... play before that score he defended an end zone pass for Lee Evans and he did manage to make it through the game without
after losing in this game last year, 23-20, when Sterling Moore knocked the game-winning TD out of the hands of Lee Evans and Billy Cundiff shanked a 32-yard field goal in the closing seconds. Note: There is a poll embedded within this
January in the AFC championship game when Sterling Moore knocked the potential game-winning touchdown out of the hands of Lee Evans and Billy Cundiff missed a game-tying chip shot field goal as the Patriots beat the Ravens, 23-20. For more, visit
success with the Patriots in last year's AFC title game when he knocked away a late pass intended for Baltimore receiver Lee Evans that would have given the Ravens a fourth-quarter lead. For more Patriots news, check out weei.com/patriots .
eventually playing a key role in the Patriots' win in the AFC title game when he knocked a pass away from Ravens receiver Lee Evans . The 22-year-old has 13 tackles, one pass defensed and one forced fumble in eight games this season. Martin and
watched the end of the AFC Championship last January at Gillette Stadium. Sterling Moore swipes the ball out of the hands of Lee Evans in the end zone, a catch that if it had been made, would’ve more than likely given the Ravens a come-from-behind win