Patriots Win

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Jets–Patriots Rivalry - Notable Moments - 2008 Season
... forced to take over for Brady, and after leading the Patriots to a 17–10 win over the Chiefs Cassel made his first NFL start ... Sammy Morris rushing touchdown and four Stephen Gostkowski field goals led the Patriots to a 19–10 win as Favre went 18 of 26 for 181 yards and a touchdown but threw a costly ... game was New England's first overtime loss since the 2000 season against the Bills, while the win was the fourth in seven career meetings against the Patriots (his ...
New England Patriots - Rivalries - Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts Rivalry
... The Patriots rivalry with the Colts ran through the two clubs' tenure together in the AFC East (1970-2001) ... close games, such as on December 19, 1971 as a late Patriots touchdown decided a 21-17 New England win on September 18, 1978 the Colts rallied to defeat the Patriots 34-27 on Monday Night Football on a virtual one-man ... The Patriots defeated the Colts in back-to-back overtime games, 23-17 on December 8, 1991, and 37-34 on November 15, 1992 ...
1996 New England Patriots Season - Notable Games
... Despite being intercepted three times, Jim Kelly burned the Patriots as his Bills won 17–10 ... was picked up and Kelly found Quinn Early for a 63-yard touchdown the Patriots drove to the Bills 5 in the final seconds but were stopped on a draw play to Dave Meggett ... The Buffalo win put the Patriots at 0–2 ...

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    When I was going through my transition of being famous, I tried to ask God why was I here? what was my purpose? Surely, it wasn’t just to win three gold medals. There has to be more to this life than that.
    Wilma Rudolph (1940–1994)

    The great end of all human industry is the attainment of happiness. For this were arts invented, sciences cultivated, laws ordained, and societies modelled, by the most profound wisdom of patriots and legislators. Even the lonely savage, who lies exposed to the inclemency of the elements and the fury of wild beasts, forgets not, for a moment, this grand object of his being.
    David Hume (1711–1776)