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zero margin for error when it comes to health over the second half of the season. FEW OPPONENTS BEDEVIL THEM LIKE JERRICHO COTCHERY Patriots fans were already well acquainted with Cotchery from his time with the Jets, as the North Carolina State
half to his thigh, and he was extremely limited down the stretch. • The Patriots cannot find a way to slow down Jerricho Cotchery . The tight end — who was able to torture New England on a regular basis when he was with the Jets — was up to
rhythm early on. New York showed real life in the second half — cutting the lead to 24-19 when Mark Sanchez found Jerricho Cotchery on a four-yard touchdown pass with 3:06 remaining — but in the end, their early struggles cost them down the stretch, as Pittsburgh
running time is ... sixteen minutes and 11 seconds. Oh well. 7:11: Sanchez with a big third-down conversion to Jerricho Cotchery , who is giving off a big Troy Brown vibe this postseason. 7:12: Jim Nantz just described Santonio Holmes and
pass, or it was Welker's fault that Pat Chung called for that fake punt, or it was ol' Wes who failed to cover Jerricho Cotchery on that 58-yard catch. Blame Belichick for a lousy game plan, or failing to make adjustments. But to put this
Patriots rookie cornerback Devin McCourty has been asked to covered Cincinnati’s Terrell Owens , New York’s Jerricho Cotchery and Buffalo’s Lee Evans . Heady stuff for any corner, let alone a rookie, but the Rutgers product has acquitted
for the Moron File in the second quarter, getting correctly flagged for a late-hit penalty after coming in on Jerricho Cotchery . That 15-yard penalty gave the Jets a first down at the Patriots 28-yard line and the drive would end in a TD
half to his thigh, and he was extremely limited down the stretch. • The Patriots cannot find a way to slow down Jerricho Cotchery . The tight end — who was able to torture New England on a regular basis when he was with the Jets — was up to his
competitor that has cap issues. (The Steelers depth chart at receiver would include a top three of Antonio Brown , Jerricho Cotchery and Plaxico Burress . Yikes .) Two, with Sanders in the fold — and if he shows any sort of proficiency in the Patriots
for injured start Ben Roethlisberger , suffered two cracked ribs in Sunday night’s loss to the Ravens. Receiver Jerricho Cotchery sustained multiple rib fractures in the same game. And receiver Antonio Brown has missed the last two games with a
he could block. If they squib it or pop it, he could be a guy that we’d have with a ball in his hands. ... Jerricho Cotchery did a nice job for us in that role. Brad Smith, before he became the [primary return] guy, did some of that for us
zone and was beaten by Calvin Pace on a third-quarter sack and forced fumble of Brady and Jerod Mayo whiffed on Jerricho Cotchery ’s key 58-yard catch on the first play the fourth quarter. Anyone ever question the mental toughness of those
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