MOST LIKELY WISHING HE HEARD A HORN BEFORE GETTING TRUCKED
Gary Gibson -- no contest. New England looked to clear the way for running back Brandon Bolden on the first play of the game. Dan Connolly did his part by nearly sending Gibson into the second row of the Gillette Stadium stands. The hit was clean; Tampa's defensive lineman, unfortunately, had not kept his head on a swivel. He stayed down on his butt, shaking that rattled noggin, for several minutes after the whistle. Bolden ended up with a 12-yard gain.