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Vince Wilfork has never had a problem getting the juices flowing for a big game and he has no problem calling those out who don’t match his enthusiasm when it comes to playing on Monday Night Football.
Vince Wilfork on MNF: "If you can't get crunk for Monday night football, then you are in the wrong business."
— Lee Schechter (@LeeSchechter) September 25, 2014
Vince Wilfork is a big man that enjoys living life for what it is. He loves his wife. He loves his barbecue (proof coming later). He loves the game. So when we see him make a game-ending interception for the New England Patriots we know the man is happy.How happy?via Bleacher ReportRead more »
The New England Patriots beat the Oakland Raiders Sunday, but it wasn’t pretty.
A Vince Wilfork interception helped New England escape with a 16-9 win despite gaining less than 300 total yards for the second straight week.
The Patriots managed just 76 rushing yards against the worst run defense in the NFL and added just 221 yards through the air. Their meager performance comes...
The Oakland Raiders had just had a touchdown called back because of a penalty and on the next play, an interception was thrown. It certainly wasn’t Derek Carr’s fault, but this tipped ball found its way into Vince Wilfork’s lap who finished the play off doing a solid belly flop. [SB Nation]
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Vince Wilfork celebrates his interception.The Patriots had just 1 turnover against a weak Oakland Raiders team all game, an interception by Vince Wilfork with 59 seconds left in the game, making it the first game in which they didn't have multiple turnovers (3 agains Miami, 4 against Minnesota). Granted, the lone turnover the Patriots had came at the best possible time - with...
The New England Patriots played nowhere close to their best football Sunday afternoon, but they still were able to leave Gillette Stadium with a win.
Putting the bow on the 16-9 victory was defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, who intercepted Oakland Raiders cornerback David Carr in the red zone with 59 seconds remaining.
Carr’s pass bounced off Raiders receiver Denarius Moore and...
The Raiders were threatening to tie the game up as they marched on the Patriots with less than a minute to go, down seven.
Derek Carr found a wide open Denarius Moore but Moore started to look for defenders before he secured the ball. After being sandwiched by Rob Ninkovich and Logan Ryan, the football bounced like a ping-pong ball into the waiting arms of Vince Wilfork.
After a disappointing loss to the Miami Dolphins to open the season, the New England Patriots made a statement against the Minnesota Vikings this week, dominating 30-7. While many fans pressed the panic button just seven days ago, the Patriots showed that they are a force to be reckoned with. Here’s what we learned from the Patriots’ Week Two victory:
The Patriots’ Defense...
Everyone has their own way of getting a message out to people without actually having to talk to them. Prior to the Patriots preseason game against the Carolina Panthers Vince Wilfork--the 325 pound man-mountain/defensive lineman for the New England Patriots--decided to wear his message on a shirt.No word on whether anyone actually said hi.via Twitter Loading...