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Sunday Night Football

Season 8 Episode 7

Week 4: New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Sep 29, 2013 on NBC
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Week 4: New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons
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The New England Patriots (3-0) travel to the Georgia Dome to face the Atlanta Falcons (1-2).
Final Score: New England 30 Falcons 23

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  • Patriots Falcons

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    What is wrong with you Atlanta Falcons? I wanted to go to bed. When it was 30 to 13 you should have just rolled over, but instead they battled back and made it a game causing me to have to stay up until its completion. This was a huge road win for the Patriots. I know Atlanta is now 1-3, but this is still probably a playoff team.



    The Patriots receiving core needs to get better. If they can, New England can definitely make it back to the Super Bowl. The defense still has some holes, but they are playing motivated football right now.moreless

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    • Atlanta Coach Mike Smith: You get what you earn in the NFL. We've earned a 1-3 record through the first quarter of the season. That's what we are.

    • New England Coach Bill Belichick: We've got to do a better job of finishing out the game, but we did a good job of putting ourselves in that position with a 17-point lead with 6 minutes to go in the game.

    • Tom Brady: We slugged it out. We came to Atlanta, which is a tough place to play and they've got a very good team. It's nice to win and be 4-0.
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      (on rookie wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins six-catch, 127 yard effort)
      Tom Brady: He's an impressive young player. It's really rare to see that with a young player, to step in with confidence like that he has

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