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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Brandon Bolden
LeGarrette Blount's first season with the New England Patriots started slowly.
Cornerback Johnathan Joseph is active for the Houston Texans after missing two games with a hamstring injury.
Brandon Bolden's philosophy on running the football is simple: Focus on getting four to six yards first, but don't lose sight of the end zone.
For six years, everyone else has had their say.
"That big one's always there, but you've just got to get in that rhythm," Bolden said. "Once you get into that rhythm the possibilities are endless."
"It wasn't shocking because last fall I actually saw Powe run down Devin Thomas in the open field," running back Brandon Bolden said of another of the team's fastest sprinters.