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By Mike Fine, cialis angioplasty The Patriot Ledger

FOXBORO — A week removed from his one-reception performance in a win at Miami, cialis angioplasty Brandon Lloyd might have been doing handstands after the Patriots’ 42-14 blowout win over the Houston Texans Monday night at Gillette Stadium.

Lloyd had just resurrected himself with seven catches for 89 yards, cialis angioplasty including a season-best 37-yard touchdown reception from Tom Brady. Cialis angioplasty He even recovered a fumble in the end zone to cement the game early in the fourth quarter. Cialis angioplasty Two touchdowns in the biggest game of the season and Lloyd acted like he’d done nothing more than buy a can of Coke at 7-Eleven. Cialis angioplasty It just wasn’t a big deal.

What does the win – the Pats’ seventh straight – say about the team, cialis angioplasty he was asked?

“I don’t know, cialis angioplasty” he said.

It means you’re pretty good, cialis angioplasty he was reminded, cialis angioplasty as if he didn't realize the Texans, cialis angioplasty who were 11-1 and had also won six straight, cialis angioplasty were just another game on the schedule.

“Obviously, cialis angioplasty the Texans are a good football team and we did a pretty good job of executing for the first half for the most part, cialis angioplasty but we still have things we need to improve on, cialis angioplasty” he said. Cialis angioplasty “I think we had a great week of practice and we did the things that were necessary to come out and execute well and it was a team effort.”

Lloyd was obviously practicing the Patriots’ way of saying something but saying nothing, cialis angioplasty which is a shame since he was quite enthusiastic earlier in the season. Cialis angioplasty It was a shame because he certainly had something to celebrate after this decisive win.

At 2:49 of the first quarter, cialis angioplasty the Pats having scored on a Brady-to-Aaron Hernandez 7-yard pass, cialis angioplasty Lloyd headed out into the flats and kept on running. Cialis angioplasty Brady lofted a perfectly arched ball that fell into Lloyd’s hands, cialis angioplasty and he was off for the end zone, cialis angioplasty giving the Pats a 14-0 start. Cialis angioplasty “Yeah that was definitely a scheme play, cialis angioplasty” he said, cialis angioplasty “and we worked hard on that all week and when the opportunity presented itself and coach (Josh) McDaniels called it at the right time, cialis angioplasty and we were able to take advantage of it.”

“That was well executed, cialis angioplasty” said coach Bill Belichick. Cialis angioplasty “That was great protection, cialis angioplasty great run fake, cialis angioplasty and Brandon got a couple of steps behind the secondary and Tom hit him. Cialis angioplasty The players did a good job on that.”

Not only was it big for the team, cialis angioplasty but also for Lloyd. Cialis angioplasty A week earlier he’d been targeted only once, cialis angioplasty capping a six-game string of games in which he came up with only 16 receptions. Cialis angioplasty In the first six games of the season he came up with 34.

There were questions about his ability to create separation from defenders, cialis angioplasty and even his ability to mesh with Brady, cialis angioplasty so this performance seemed to slam the door on those thoughts. Cialis angioplasty Yet Lloyd said he had no idea how involved he’d be for this game. Cialis angioplasty He said he had no thoughts about having such a big game, cialis angioplasty either. Cialis angioplasty “I don’t know how many yards I had.”

As for clicking with Brady once again: “I mean, cialis angioplasty we’re just executing the plays. Cialis angioplasty I haven’t seen the film, cialis angioplasty but I don’t really have any comments about it right now.”

Lloyd kept his head in the game nicely, cialis angioplasty though, cialis angioplasty and when Danny Woodhead made a nice run, cialis angioplasty only to have the ball poked out of his hands 45 seconds into the fourth quarter, cialis angioplasty Lloyd was on the spot to fall on the ball in the end zone.

“I don’t know, cialis angioplasty” he said, cialis angioplasty when asked about that play. Cialis angioplasty “It was a screen pass and I’m just doing my best to block downfield and the ball popped out. Cialis angioplasty Pretty much all I know right now. Cialis angioplasty As long as it puts points on the board. Cialis angioplasty It doesn’t really matter how they come.”

Not too high, cialis angioplasty not too low, cialis angioplasty that’s how Lloyd played the game Monday night. Cialis angioplasty We’ll never know exactly how he feels about the performance or about his team. Cialis angioplasty “I don’t know. Cialis angioplasty I think coach Bill has a better gauge on the pulse of the team, cialis angioplasty” he said.

Mike Fine may be reached at mikefine@ledger.com.

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