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Patrick Chung leads Patriots to a big win over Dolphins with stellar show

Updated at 11:41 a.m.

By anyone's measure, an NFL game in which a safety returns an interception for a touchdown and blocks a punt and a field goal ought to have "defensive player of the week" stamped all over it.

Patrick Chung, managed all of the above in the New England Patriots' 41-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins thanks to woo-sa.

"It's just relax. Don't get too hyped. Just relax. Woo-sa," he told The Boston Globe's Albert Breer with a laugh. "If you play calm, you know what you're doing. You can play fast when it comes down to it."

Read more about Chung here. (His mom was a reggae star in Jamaica.)

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In the wake of the poor performance against the Patriots, the Dolphins have fired special teams coach John Bonomego, according to a tweet by the Miami Herald's David Neal.

By Cindy Boren  | October 5, 2010; 8:22 AM ET
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That firing has to go down as the most predictable in history. You can't keep your job when the players in your unit have as bad a night as they did last night. Worst special teams performance I have ever seen.

Posted by: Barno1 | October 5, 2010 4:53 PM | Report abuse

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