Matt Light

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    Matt Light

    does this man receive enough credit?  has anchored the O-line of the patriots to 4 superbowl appearances, 3 wins, helped brady to a HOF career, made 2 pro bowls including a first team all pro in 2007, and barely a mention of him is heard when people discuss lineman of the 00's.
     
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     . . .  and that's not to mention all the bonus points he should get for this:


     
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    Yea he's great so great they named one of these after in NYC
    The revolving-door prison...
     
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    Keep a special place in your memory for Bruce Armstrong
     
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      He's so durable they named this flashlight after him
     
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    He was named to the Pats 50th all Pats team as the LT so i would say he gets plenty of credit.
     
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    Matt Light is part of an offensive line that for the most part has stayed together for a few years now and the results on the field show. Continuity on the OL is one of the most important factors in winning football games at any level.
    Like any other Ol or unit, they have had their bad days, but have enjoyed far more good days.
    From Brady to Matt cassel, they have provided solid pass pro and run blocking.
    And Matt Light being the "premier" player on that line (LT usually is) says good things about him. He is probably not super respected as a star individual player, but obviuosly is a key part of a very consistant and solid unit.

    Just thank your lucky starts the Pats are not the Buffalo Bills, who have assembled all these skill guys (TO, Trent Edwards, Marshawn Lynch, Lee Evans), but let the only Olinemen they have developed over the last few years(Jason Peters) go to Philly (another good organization with a consistantly solid group of OL). Buffalo will also be starting 2 rookies. Not an enviable position, and the Bills 2 cent line will be their undoing, or never-get-starting, no matter whop they ahve to run catch or pass.
     
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