Former Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi announced his AFC Championship game winner according to *ESPN. *His pick? The New York Jets. "I am a believer in ground and pound," Bruschi says. "I think they've done a good job this year of knowing who they are. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, winning on first down, getting in manageable second-down and third-down situations and not putting the ball in Mark Sanchez's hands too many times...Twenty-two attempts, that's got to be the maximum amount of attempts that he has," said Bruschi.
The Boston Globe awarded Kyle Arringtonas its top special teams player. Arrington was called up to the active roster from their practice squad in Week 9 and has been a force ever since. He recorded 16 special teams tackles and was among the team leaders in tackles on the special teams unit.
After his initial comment calling WR Randy Moss a slouch, Jets CB Derrelle Revis addressed the issue for the final time according to the Boston Herald. "I don't need to speak on it anymore. I said what I had to say," Revis said yesterday "That's what it is. I said it on national TV. Everybody saw it. I'm just speaking the truth, that's all."
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