Packers vs. Patriots: Kyle Arrington Gives Patriots 21-17 Lead
Trailing the Green Bay Packers by four points to start the second half, the New England Patriots needed a big play and Kyle Arrington gladly obliged.
Arrington jumped a slant route at the Green Bay 30-yard line and intercepted Matt Flynn's pass. From then on it was a show of poor tackling and nice moves as Arrington wiggled, juked and sprinted his way to the end zone.
It was New England's NFL leading 21st interception of the season and it gave the Patriots their first lead of the game. Any time a team can erase a deficit without their offense stepping on the field they've got to be happy with their performance.
At the exact moment of this writing, Arrington barely missed his second interception of the night to completely deflate the Packers offense. He was an early-week question mark to even suit up, but he brought his "A" game tonight.
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