4 Up, 4 Down: Bolden, Cunningham Make Their Case

August 30, 2012 12:00 AM
4 Up, 4 Down: Bolden, Cunningham Make Their Case
" BOSTON (CBS) – Wednesday night’s final preseason tilt for the New England Patriots was not a pretty one, but there were a few good moments throughout the 6-3 loss to the Giants.

But just by looking at the score, you can tell there were just as many — if not more — bad ones.

Here are the 4 up, 4 down for the Patriots’ final preseason game of 2012:

4 Up

Brandon Bolden

The undrafted running back was tabbed the feature back in the first half, and made the most of his time on the field. He ran for 59 yards on 15 carries for a 3.9 yard average. He did more than enough to make the team, so it appears the Patriots will once again start the season with five running backs on the roster (Ridley, Vereen, Bolden, Demps and Woodhead).

We’ll see how many are healthy at the end of the year though.

Bolden Postgame: 

Jermaine Cunningham

The defensive end needed to have a good performance to shake the “bust” tag (at least for now) and he took advantage of his chance "

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