You'd think that with the Jets coming to town, the Patriots secondary could breathe a sigh of relief.
After all, Mark Sanchez isn't exactly Joe Namath. And Tim Tebow, well, he's Tim Tebow.
But then you see Russell Wilson go off on New England, and consider the Patriots injuries now.
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"You look at what happened yesterday, the back end of the Patriots defense, there's no guarantees we're going to see Patrick Chung with the shoulder come back; Steve Gregory has missed two weeks. So the back end of the secondary is in a little disarray," Curran said.
Jets running back Shonn Green looked good last game, but that shouldn't be the focal point of New York's offense come Sunday.
"Go ahead and roll Mark Sanchez out and take your shots down the field," Curran said. "I think that even though they had reduced attempts yesterday relative to what they normally would, if he doesn't throw 30 passes, somebody needs to lose a job not me."
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Former New England Patriots defensive lineman Ron Brace is being laid to rest in his home town.
A celebration of his life will be held at St. John's Congregational Church in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Monday morning followed by a noontime funeral service. Burial will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery.
Brace died at his family's home April 24. He was 29.
Police say his death was not suspicious and appears to be have been caused by a medical condition.
Brace grew up in Springfield and attended Burncoat High School in Worcester, Massachusetts. After a standout career at Boston College, he was drafted by the Patriots in the second round of the 2009 draft and played four years with the team.
He is survived by his parents and six siblings.
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