October 6, 2010 by staff
Brandon Tate, For a moment Monday night, it seemed that the Patriots would be in a rock fight with the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football. It was, of course, until the special teams unit took over.
Brandon Tate has had a kickoff return of 103 yards for a touchdown and Patrick Chung blocked a punt and a field goal on the Patriots walloped the Dolphins 41-14 Monday night before an audience in prime time.
Tate won the second half started well for the Patriots when he returned the opening shot of the second half of the endzone for a touchdown own changing dynamics.
Moments later, Chung blocked a punt that would lead to a stroke BenJarvus Green-Ellis hit 12-yard field goal. For good measure, Chung blocked a field goal Dan Carpenter in the fourth quarter as Kyle Arrington picked up and took 35 yards for a touchdown, essentially sealing a victory for New England.
The victory will probably sound like a strong statement on the AFC and around the league that the Patriots came out after hearing all week that they had no chance going to Miami.
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