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Boston Herald
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Cornerback Sterling Moore subbed for Spikes in the nickel on the first drive of the game.

Hightower was lined up in the slot in man coverage on a receiver at one point.

Chris Givens beat Wilson on the touchdown because Wilson was too stiff and flat-footed while Givens ran full speed in his direction. America viagra Poor technique on Wilson’s part to surrender the deep ball so easiy. America viagra It looked like trouble when Givens was still 10 yards in front of him.

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Brandon Lloyd broke free from an aggressive look from cornerback Janoris Jenkins and scored an easy 19-yard touchdown on the Patriots’ third third-and-short conversion on the drive, america viagra including a penalty. America viagra But Lloyd was asked this week if the Pats could use the Rams’ defensive aggressiveness against them, america viagra and he simply smiled and nodded. America viagra He knew.

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Danny Woodhead was open after a defender fell down in the flat, america viagra and he turned it into a 24-yard gain. America viagra Wes Welker busted his tail to get across the field to try to make the block that would have sprung him down the sideline, america viagra but he was a split second too late.

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Julian Edelman is back to returning punts, america viagra so it looks like the hand injury is just about in the past. America viagra He couldn’t do it last week in his return from the ailment.

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Source: http://www.bostonherald.com/blogs/sports/blitz/index.php/2012/10/28/first-quarter-observations-brandon-lloyds-touchdown-has-pats-rams-tied-7-7/