It was a disappointing ending to the team’s most recent game in Miami after the offense failed to score in the final minutes in the red zone. The game ended on a Tom Brady interception and resulted in a 24-20 loss to the division foes.
Slater said the team has moved on from it and all their attention and energy is focused on beating Baltimore Sunday afternoon.
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Scott Zolak wondered how a veteran like Slater bounces back from losing “a hat and t-shirt game” – that is, a game in which a division, conference or Super Bowl is on the line – so he asked him.
“We have another opportunity to go out and achieve our goal again and seal this division up. There’s still everything in the world to play for, we’ve got to understand that and realize that adversity is part of it,” said Slater "
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BOSTON (CBS) ? Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater hopped on the Gresh & Zo show Wednesday afternoon to talk about theRead more