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Monday, 30 September 2013 01:20

New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons: Halftime Thoughts

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The Patriots and Falcons are at half time of a 10 - 10 game.  

Some good defense through the first half by the Patriots.  Two redzone trips end up with 10 points for the Falcons.  The Falcons went for it on fourth down and Matty "Melts Like Ice" Ryan misses a wide open Roddy White.  He did look good in a two minute drill to tie things up.

Could it be I actually like the play calling by Josh McDaniels,  the balance has been something astute Patriots fans have been calling for all season long. 

Tom Brady extends his streak of game with a touchdown pass to 52 games. 

Tony Gonzalez is still a stud at age 37.  Seven catches for 90 yards and a touchdown. 

In Micheal Holley's book War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team there is an exchange between Bill Belichick and Falcon's general manager Thomas Dimitroff about trading up for Julio Jones.  Belichick advised Dimitroff that it wasn't worth the draft capitol to get him.  Through two quarters Belichick has his defense shutting Jones down to two catches for six yards

The Patriots will get the ball for the first time this season to start the second half. 

The Patriots have not scored a second half touchdown all season.  They will need to reverse this trend if they want to come out victorious. 

Make sure to tune in to the CLNS Radio Patriots Post Game Show following the game with Jeff Kane and Patrick Shankhour.  Call in number is 347-215-7771

 

Jeff Kane

Jeff Kane is the Patriots Beat Manager for CLNS Radio He is the lead host for Patriots Beat and Host of the Patriots Post Game Show. His quick-witted style and knowlege of the New England Patriots are some of his endearing qualities to CLNS listeners.

Jeff is a lifelong Boston sports fan who grew up right outside of Boston. His passion for the New England Patriots dates back to watching his first game in 1984. Jeff grew up with love for the Larry Bird led Celtics, watching games after his bedtime with his father Chuck.

A self describe football know-it-all. Jeff says his favorite sports memories are the Snow Bowl Game and attending game one of the NBA playoffs with his father in 2008.

Jeff currently resides in New Hampton, New Hampshire with his Wife Michelle and his two sons Connelly and Saygen.

Jeff can be reached by email: jkane@clnsradio.com

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