At least he looked good doing it. When you hear Color Rush for Thursday night games, you’d think the Patriots would be wearing something blue or red. But they went with all whites. They looked solid, and as a kicker, Gostkowski’s stayed clean as a whistle.
Much like picking off Brady, forcing a fumble on him is a big deal. That’s what Adarius Glanton did:
So when the Buccaneers linebacker got to him on a second-and-4 late in the third quarter, he celebrated by going fishing:
Not much has gone right for Kansas State. Following season-opening blowout wins against weaker non-conference opponents, K-State has lost three of its last four games. The Wildcats have seemed ill-prepared for their past two opponents, something K-State fans are not used to with Bill Snyder-coached teams.
There are a lot of things that aren’t taking place, and that falls in my lap, Snyder said following the latest loss, a 26-6 defeat at the hands of unbeaten TCU last week. We were 0-for-7 or 0-for-8 on third down in the first half.
If there was a positive for the offense at Tennessee, it was the play of the line. After allowing 18 sacks in the first five games, Indianapolis didn’t permit one on Monday night. The Colts also averaged more than four yards per carry, although the inability to get explosive rookie Marlon Mack more than two carries was puzzling.
Starting right tackle Marshall Newhouse did not practice Tuesday because of a foot injury. Vadal Alexander likely would start in his place if the injury keeps Newhouse out of the Thursday game. Starting right guard Gabe Jackson was also limited in practice with a foot injury.
While the mention of the Chiefs-Raiders rivalry normally evokes bad blood and hard feelings among fans and players alike, Del Rio and Chiefs coach Andy Reid see themselves as more friendly adversaries.