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Patriots Rally for 34-31 Win Over Texans

1 December 2013 | 9:14 pm Patriots rally again, get 34-31 win to send Texans to franchise-record 10th straight loss

Patriots 34, Texans 31

1 December 2013 | 9:07 pm HOUSTON – Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski drilled a pair of 53-yard field goals in the fourth quarter to help New England to a 34-31 victory over the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium on Sunday. The Patriots (9-3) snapped a three-game road losing skid as quarterback Tom Brady passed for 371 yards and a pair of touchdowns. New England amassed 307 yards in the second half and overcame a …–nfl.html

Patriots narrowly escape Texans

1 December 2013 | 6:05 pm New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans in HoustonTX on 2013-12-01. Find NFL box scores, game recap, play by play, photos and more at

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Halftime: Patriots Come Out Flat, Trail Texans 17-7 – Pats Pulpit

1 December 2013 | 7:23 pm The Patriots came out flat in Houston, and trail the Texans 17-7 at halftime as a result.

Kenbrell Thompkins injury: Patriots WR comes down on hip hard …

1 December 2013 | 6:44 pm The rookie receiver left the game for a short period, but has returned.

Patriots Name Inactives; Ridley Out – Pats Pulpit

1 December 2013 | 4:39 pm Patriots name their inactives against Houston. The Patriots have named their inactives for today's game against the Texans: LB Steve Beauharnais – Rookie LB with primarily an ST role, means that LBs Dane Fletcher and

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3 Responses to Patriots

  • The Doctor says:

    The Future In Political FEMA Camps Would Americans Follow Orders From Authority’s Figures To Gas Selected? Groups of people in holding cells and other locations IF asked to do so by figures of so called high authority’s?

    the facts are that tests have been done and you get to take that ‘ One Step Beyond ‘ in your answers here congratulation patriots and government supporters……the floor is now yours…….dr

  • Wysakre says:

    Does The USA Have An Affective Missile Shield? NEMP added to the below makes an affective shield only if we have enough intercept missiles, so, are the 2,000 Patriot batteries owned by theusa sufficient? how many boost phasedinterectptors do we really have, they were building like mad at Vandenburg when i was there??!!

    Ballistic missiles have become a serious threat to international security. Missiles are fast, traveling up to 15,000 mph. They can cover long distances, with the most advanced missiles reaching into space and traveling over the North Pole to hit targets. Because they are expensive and can carry only small payloads, rogue countries are more likely to outfit them with weapons of mass destruction.

    Countries must be able to detect a missile launch, track an incoming missile or warhead, and then intercept it.

    The United States and its allies have developed several overlapping systems to stop missile attacks. Raytheon plays a major role in almost every one of them.

    We are, quite simply, the most trusted global partner in missile defense.

    Raytheon’s powerful AN/TPY-2 radar can discriminate between threats and other objects.

    Stopping a missile attack begins with detecting a launch. Space-Tracking and Surveillance System-Demonstrator (STSS-D) satellites carrying Raytheon-built sensors can spot multiple missile launches and beam the information to ships and interceptors.

    Early warnings also come from the Sea-based X-Band Radar (SBX), a nine-story-high radar mounted on a converted oil drilling platform. The AN/TPY-2 radar, a mobile radar mounted on a semi truck chassis, provides warning from sites on land.

    Raytheon also makes airborne equipment that can detect missile launches, including Airborne Infrared (ABIR) sensors and the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevator Netted Sensor System (JLENS), a radar system carried by tethered airships.

    Upgraded Early Warning Radars are building-sized radars based in California, Alaska, the United Kingdom and Greenland. They and the AN/TPY-2 radar provide tracking information out to 3,000 miles.

    Working together, these systems provide detailed information about a missile’s type, trajectory and possible target. They can also help identify a warhead if it is accompanied by decoys.

    The Standard Missile-3 can intercept missiles while they are still in space.

    The United States and its allies use overlapping layers of long-range, mid-range and short-range interceptors to shoot down missiles and incoming warheads at a variety of altitudes.

    Aegis: This system is carried on warships. It fires the Raytheon-built Standard Missile family of interceptors. The Standard Missile-3 releases a small, non-explosive “kill warhead” that smashes into missiles in space.

    The United States is developing a land-based version of Aegis that can be deployed in Eastern Europe. Raytheon is also developing advanced versions of the SM-3, known as the IB and IIA variants. The IIA is a joint project with Japan.

    Raytheon is also expanding the capabilities of its sea-based Standard Missile-6 to defend against ballistic missiles in the last phase of their flight.

    Ground-based Midcourse Defense: This system uses large, powerful Ground-Based Interceptor missiles launched from underground silos in Alaska and California. The interceptors carry Raytheon’s Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle, which uses sensors and small thrusters to slam itself into warheads. GBIs can reach targets at the highest point in their arc, known as the mid-course phase of flight.

    Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD): This land-based system is designed to shoot down threats as they descend from outer space into the upper atmosphere. A Raytheon-built AN/TPY-2 radar detects the threat launch, then guides them toward their targets.

    Patriot: This short-range system uses a truck-size radar and launcher. It can fire either the Guided Enhanced Missile (GEM-T), which carries an explosive charge, or the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile, which destroys threats by slamming into them. A new version of the PAC-3 missile, known as the Missile Segment Enhancement, adds a more powerful motor and larger fins.

    The Patriot can also defend against aircraft and cruise missiles. Twelve countries use the Patriot system.

    Hawk XXI: A short-range system used by 17 nations, the Hawk XXI can defend against aircraft, cruise missiles and tactical ballistic missiles. It works seamlessly with the Patriot or NASAMS systems.

    National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System: NASAMS can fire three different Raytheon missiles: the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile, the AMRAAM and the AIM-9X.

    The SM-3 kill vehicle destroys targets through the sheer force of impact.

  • NFL 2014 Regular Season Predictions? Here are mine.
    NFC North
    1. Packers 0-0-16
    2. Lions 0-0-16
    3. Bears 0-0-16
    4. Vikings 0-0-16

    NFC South
    1. Falcons 0-0-16
    2. Saints 0-0-16
    3. Panthers 0-0-16
    4. Buccaneers 0-0-16

    NFC East
    1. Giants 0-0-16
    2. Eagles 0-0-16
    3. Redskins 0-0-16
    4. Cowboys 0-0-16

    NFC West
    1. Seahawks 0-0-16
    2. Cardinals 0-0-16
    3. Rams 0-0-16
    4. 49era 0-0-16

    AFC North
    1. Steelers 0-0-16
    2. Bengals 0-0-16
    3. Browns 0-0-16
    4. Ravens 0-0-16

    AFC South
    1. Texans 0-0-16
    2. Titans 0-0-16
    3. Colts 0-0-16
    4. Jaguars 0-0-16

    AFC East
    1. Dolphins 0-0-16
    2. Patriots 0-0-16
    3. Bills 0-0-16
    4. Jets 0-0-16

    AFC West
    1. Broncos 0-0-16
    2. Chargers 0-0-16
    3. Raiders 0-0-16
    4. Chiefs 0-0-16

    What are your thoughts on my 2014 NFL season predictions?

    What are yours?

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