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    Kenny Phillips continues to shutdown the big play.

    Unheralded hero of the defense, along with Boley. To not allow any huge plays by two of the most explosive offenses in the league - Atlanta and Green Bay - is just a testament to what Phillips has done for this team on the back end. He's usually playing high safety by himself, and he may not have the stats Ed Reed or Polamalu or whoever else put up, but KP is so important to this defense.

    Love this kid! Recovered a fumble (overturned -_-) and forced one. Hell of a game today, KP!

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    Re: Kenny Phillips continues to shutdown the big play.

    He had better stats than Ed Reed this season!

    KP had 82 tackles, 4 interceptions, and 11 pass breakups.

    Reed had 52 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 8 pass breakups.

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    Re: Kenny Phillips continues to shutdown the big play.

    [quote user="slipknottin"]He had better stats than Ed Reed this season!

    KP had 82 tackles, 4 interceptions, and 11 pass breakups.

    Reed had 52 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 8 pass breakups.[/quote]

    I Love KP!!!

    He's such a big part of our success on defense



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    Re: Kenny Phillips continues to shutdown the big play.

    His forced fumble on Grant came at just the right time. He definitely is a difference maker in the secondary.

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    Re: Kenny Phillips continues to shutdown the big play.

    [quote user="slipknottin"]He had better stats than Ed Reed this season!

    KP had 82 tackles, 4 interceptions, and 11 pass breakups.

    Reed had 52 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 8 pass breakups.[/quote]Well I didn't check the stats, lol, I just meant people like Troy and Ed get a lot of media attention, and KP really gets none.

    I hope his flying under the radar means we can lock him up long term with a "cap friendly" deal if you know what I mean. KP went down and we got shredded, I do not want to lose him.

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