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Thomas Menino is the mayor of Boston, and he supports Boston athletes. In a recent phone conversation with Baltimore’s mayor, which was, for whatever reason, videotaped by the media, Menino began to rattle off the names of some New England Patriots: like Vince “Wilcock,” whose jersey he was wearing.
The Patriots didn’t finish off these turkey legs quite like they beat the Jets last night. They were a little easier on the turkey than they were on the poor Jets. But they still provided some enduring images – enough that we decided we’d better collect a few. Tom Brady, everyone is on to you.
Ravens Guard Blatantly Tries To Fool Replacement Refs, Captures Players’ Lack Of Respect For Them Nicely
Here we have a relatively innocuous and common play in the NFL from last night’s New England-Baltimore game: Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, noted weight loss guru, jumps into the neutral zone prematurely, then quickly jumps back into an onside position.
When giant Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork recorded the first interception of his very good career (now in its eighth season) two weeks ago, we expressed some surprise that he’d never picked one off before. Well, it was almost like Vince heard us.
Patriots defensive lineman Vince Wilfork’s had himself a nice career. He’s a three-time Pro Bowler and a mainstay on what’s almost annually one of the best teas in football. But there’s one thing that, prior to yesterday’s game against the Chargers, Wilfork didn’t have: an NFL interception. One deflection of a Philip Rivers pass, though, changed all that. And our lives are all the richer for it.
New England Patriots lineman Vince Wilfork reveals his SpongeBob SquarePants fandom after the Pats’ 38-7 win over the Miami Dolphins on January 2nd. Being 6-foot-2, 345 pounds, it’s more than likely that he’d have a tough time fitting into any sort of pineapple, let alone one that’s under the sea.