Of course when you score on your first three possessions like that, it's greatNew England 24, Minnesota 17 Nov 24, 2002
We just go out and play the game. The only message we sent today is we're 2-0New England 44, NY Jets 7 Sep 15, 2002
I saw Lawyer coming and he got a good block on him, and the next person I saw was Richard Seymour just creaming the kicker, and it was free sailing from thereNew England 27, Cleveland 16 Dec 09, 2001
I'm looking forward to finishing the season out strong and whatever happens, happensNew England 27, Cleveland 16 Dec 09, 2001
We felt like we were in the game right up until the endNew England 27, Cleveland 16 Dec 09, 2001
Troy Fitzgerald Brown (born July 2, 1971 in Barnwell, South Carolina) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League. He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the eighth round of the 1993 NFL Draft. He played college football at Marshall.
Brown played his entire 15-year career with the Patriots. He earned three Super Bowl rings with the team and retired as the franchise leader in career receptions.
In college, Brown was a standout wide receiver, punt returner, and kickoff returner for Marshall University, leading the Division I-AA in both kickoff and punt return average in 1991, a year in which he and quarterback Todd Donnan tied a record by combining for a 99-yard pass play against Virginia Military Institute. The following year, Marshall claimed its first national championship with Brown as its primary wide receiver and returner. In the championship game, Brown sealed the win by intercepting a Hail Mary Youngstown State pass in the final seconds of the game.