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2009 New England Patriots Season - Regular Season Results - Week 3: Vs. Atlanta Falcons
... The Falcons moved the ball 72 yards on their 12-play opening drive, but settled for a 26-yard Jason Elam field goal after being stopped on 3rd-and-3 from ... drive of their own, beginning with a 19-yard dump-off pass to Morris ... play on the drive would go for more than 9 yards, and the Patriots themselves were stopped short of a touchdown, with wide receiver Joey Galloway catching a pass with his foot out of bounds in the back ...
2008 New England Patriots Season - Regular Season Results - Week 10: Vs. Buffalo Bills
... After a 21-yard Cassel pass put the Patriots in the Bills' red zone, a 13-yard Cassel touchdown scramble gave the Patriots a 7–0 lead ... throw was intercepted by Hobbs to begin the Patriots' next drive from the Bills' 34-yard line ... Seven plays later, a 32-yard Gostkowski field goal extended the Patriots' lead to 10–0 early in the second quarter ...
2008 New England Patriots Season - Regular Season Results - Week 8: Vs. St. Louis Rams
... On the opening possession, a 35-yard reception by Rams wide receiver Donnie Avery from quarterback Marc Bulger put the Rams in the Patriots' red zone, but the Rams eventually settled for a 20-yar ... Rams' 12-play drive with a 13-play drive of their own, ending in a 2-yard Green-Ellis touchdown run that put the Patriots ahead 7–3 ... and Avery again connected on a pass this one went for 69 yards and a touchdown to reestablish a Rams lead at 10–7 early in the second quarter ...

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