2014 Top 5 Patriots Offensive Plays Of The Year

Spectacular plays come in two varieties: the stupendously athletic and the beautifully conceived. The 2014 New England Patriots posted many terrific plays ‒ the bomb to Brian Tyms in Buffalo, Shane Vereen’s layout against the Jets, Brandon LaFell’s sublime route running versus the Broncos ‒ but Inside The Pylon‘s Mark Schofield was tasked with only making a list of the Top 5.

Schofield protested. “But, what about Gronk’s incredible catch?”

Sorry. Did not make the cut.

“OK, but you’ve got to let me list the seam route against Miami. That was a perfect throw against Cover 1.”

Nope. Not up to snuff.

So, without further ado…

2014 Top 5 Patriots Offensive Plays of the Year

* #1: The PassJulian Edelman‘s touchdown pass against the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round.

* #2: Gronk’s RumbleRob Gronkowski tramples the Indianapolis Colts secondary underfoot.

* #3: Amendola’s ScrambleDanny Amendola improvises when the play breaks down against the New York Jets.

* #4: Edelman’s Dash ‒ Julian Edelman scampers after the catch against the San Diego Chargers.

* #5: Wright’s CatchTim Wright‘s catch signals that Tom Brady and the Patriots offense was finally clicking against the Cincinnati Bengals.


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