The history of the NFL goods

The Jets and Patriots played an NFL game on September 23, 2001. It was a hot, wet night at Old Foxboro Stadium. Were five minutes when linebacker Mo Lewis steamrolled the quarterback of the New England Patriots, Drew Bledsoe. Soon after he went into the dock – he suffered an internal bleeding that could have cost him his life – and his replacement came in: a 24-year-old, unknown, who the previous year had been chosen in the sixth round of the draft, in 199th place.

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