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Patriots coach Bill Belichick and Patriots player Aqib Talib exchange a handshake during the Patriots and Colts Game. Image courtesy of espn.com
One thing became very clear for the New England Patriots on Sunday, and that thing was Talib's value. Chris Collisworth stated during the broadcast that "Talib's price is going way up". But what that does is make the team wonder just how much, and will / can they keep him? The answer must be a yes for keeping him that is for sure. At the current state, the patriots can NOT afford to lose another guy, and they need Talib to step it up like he has been and take charge. if that means that it will cost us a bit more, well then so be it. But that means that we MUST have him at any means necessary. Kraft and Belichick know who the good players are, and they have never had a problem in the past paying a bit more for the guys that will perform and step it up when the teams needs them.
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With the Falcons down by seven points in the closing seconds of Sunday Night Football, Aqib Talib broke up a fourth down pass from Matt Ryan in the endzone to seal the 30-23 win for the Patriots. He celebrated by heading to the bench and loungin’ like it wadn’t no thang. The post Aqib Talib seals Patriots win, celebrates like a boss appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
Aqib Talib has an incredible game on Sunday night.
The only thing that was better than his play? Talib’s reaction to his game-winning pass breakup over Roddy White.
Talib simply strutted over to the bench, leaned back and soaked in the moment. If only we could read lips to find out what he was saying.
Check out Talib’s incredible reaction in the GIF below.
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With the Falcons down by 7 points in the closing seconds of Sunday Night Football, Aqib Talib broke up a fourth down pass from Matt Ryan in the endzone to seal the 30-23 win for the Patriots. He went to the bench and sat all regal looking. It deserves much better photoshop opportunities, but this is a great start.
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It looked like the Patriots had a second straight blowout, but a late push from the Falcons made this game very interesting as many of the Falcons faithful had filtered out of the stadium.
This was an all-around effort with one true star: Aqib Talib. The Patriots cornerback was all over the field, knocking passes away and intercepting another fourth quarter pass.
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Ever walked by someone on the street and had to take a double take because that person look like someone you knew? Well, today’s double take is Bill Belichick. Let us know what you think.
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In the end it all came down to the Patriots' defense.
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