Left Ventricular Hypertrophy

by Doug Kyed, left ventricular hypertrophy NESN

The ball was very much bouncing the right way for the Patriots on Monday night against the Texans. Left ventricular hypertrophy Tom Brady tossed a checkdown to Danny Woodhead early in the fourth quarter, left ventricular hypertrophy and Texans star defensive end J.J. Left ventricular hypertrophy Watt ran 16 yards down the field to punch the ball out of the Patriots’ running back’s arms from behind. Left ventricular hypertrophy Fortunately for New England, left ventricular hypertrophy the ball bounced 13 yards down the field and into Brandon Lloyd‘s awaiting arms in the end zone. Left ventricular hypertrophy Woodhead had made a couple of nifty moves and surely wasn’t expecting the 295-pound Watt to catch him from behind. Left ventricular hypertrophy The Patriots got the six points on the play, left ventricular hypertrophy but Watt probably deserves the most praise for his effort, left ventricular hypertrophy awareness and playmaking skills. Left ventricular hypertrophy Let’s not dismiss Lloyd’s awareness either, left ventricular hypertrophy though. Left ventricular hypertrophy Check out the bang-bang play in the GIF below.



Source: http://nesn.com/2012/12/danny-woodhead-fumbles-straight-into-brandon-lloyds-diving-arms-for-touchdown-animation/