NFL Network's Brian Baldinger takes a look at three plays that showed why the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 8 of NFL action.
travel to Buffalo and will not play in Sunday's game against the Bills . Both were listed as doubtful. 8. The Patriots have downgraded linebacker Kyle Van Noy (calf) and defensive back Brandon King (hamstring) to out Sunday vs. Steelers .
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his 11-yard line , only to cycle backward dangerously into the end zone, where he was tossed to the godless turf by Brandon King for a safety that put the Patriots up 9-7. Benjamin bounced back with the fourth-quarter score, but his gaffe
Take a look through our freeD vision as New England Patriots defensive back Brandon King takes down Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin in the end zone after muffing a punt for the safety.
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin picks up his fumble and runs backwards where he is tackled in the end zone for a safety.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws for over 330 yards and a touchdown as the Patriots are able to overcome 132 yards and a touchdown from Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon for a 21-13 victory.
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knee) and Elandon Roberts (ankle), cornerback Stephon Gilmore (ankle), special teamer Matthew Slater (hamstring), starting right tackle Marcus Cannon (ankle) and defensive back Brandon King (hamstring) are also questionable.
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New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler, top right, celebrates his interception with Brandon King , left, during the first half of an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams, Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Tuesday, June 7, 2016: New England Patriots defensive back Brandon King (36) works on a drill at the New England Patriots mini camp held on the practice field at Gillette Stadium, in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Eric Canha/CSM (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)