On the third down play, nose tackle Vince Wilfork did what he normally does, and that’s control the point of attack, take up two blockers, and free up space for linebacker Jerod Mayo to come down hill and make a play. Wilfork’s superb ability to anchor and not be moved laterally or horizontally is nearly unparalleled and vital to the defense’s success. On the following play (when Greene fumbled), Wilfork was able to penetrate a gap and cause disruption in the backfield with a host of teammates there to assist.
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