Packers vs. Patriots: Former BC Eagle B.J. Raji Enjoying Homecoming in Foxboro
Former Boston College standout B.J. Raji is having a great game in his return to the New England area. Raji already has two sacks of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the most recent one ended a New England drive in which the Patriots desperately needed to recapture some momentum.
He's been pressuring Brady all night, even when he hasn't gotten the sacks to show for it. Dan Connolly may have given the Green Bay special teams all they could handle on that highlight-reel kick return, but he left the game with a head injury and his replacement, Ryan Wendell, has his hands full trying to keep Raji away from the NFL's leading MVP candidate.
Now trailing by six points following a Packers field goal and a clutch goal-line stand by the New England defense, the Patriots will need to find a way to keep Raji out of their backfield. From here on out it's Brady time and Raji could continue to be a major thorn in the Patriots' side.
Keeping Brady off the turf is now priority No. 1 for New England.
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